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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:24 am 
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Artist: Billy Vaughn
Title: The Complete Singles (1954-1971) CD4
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Dot Rec.
Genre: Instrumental
Quality: CBR 320 kbit/s
Total Time: 65 min
Total Size: 160MB


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Tracklist:
01. Billy Vaughn - Blue Flame (2:47)
02. Billy Vaughn - Someone (2:10)
03. Billy Vaughn - Down Yonder (1:48)
04. Billy Vaughn - I'm Waitin' (1:52)
05. Billy Vaughn - Meditation (Meditacao) (2:43)
06. Billy Vaughn - Release Me (2:27)
07. Billy Vaughn - Happy Cowboy (2:29)
08. Billy Vaughn - Broken Doll (1:58)
09. Billy Vaughn - Sukiyaki (2:18)
10. Billy Vaughn - Theme From A Summer Place (2:27)
11. Billy Vaughn - I'm Sorry (1:59)
12. Billy Vaughn - Rag Mop (1:57)
13. Billy Vaughn - Cumberland County Feud (2:13)
14. Billy Vaughn - Chow Chow Amore (2:13)
15. Billy Vaughn - Blue Tango (1:59)
16. Billy Vaughn - Boss (2:12)
17. Billy Vaughn - Lucky Duck (1:49)
18. Billy Vaughn - The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) (2:15)
19. Billy Vaughn - A Guitar Serenade (2:20)
20. Billy Vaughn - Chianti Song (1:48)
21. Billy Vaughn - People (2:22)
22. Billy Vaughn - The World I Used To Know (2:06)
23. Billy Vaughn - Pearly Shells (Popo O Ewa) (2:20)
24. Billy Vaughn - Maybe (2:06)
25. Billy Vaughn - Billy's Theme (1:59)
26. Billy Vaughn - Song Of Peace (2:42)
27. Billy Vaughn - In The Ocean Of Time (2:51)
28. Billy Vaughn - There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere (2:13)
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:55 am 
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Artist: Johnny Nash
Title: I Can See Clearly Now (Expanded Edition) (2011)
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Reggae/Pop
Quality: Flac (tracks)/320 Kbps
Total Time: 41:56
Total Size: 252/103 MB

Tracklist:
1. Stir It Up (3:03)
2. That's The Way We Get By (Album Version) (2:53)
3. Guava Jelly (3:14)
4. (It Was) So Nice While It Lasted (Album Version) (3:36)
5. Ooh Baby You've Been Good To Me (2:32)
6. You Poured Sugar On Me (3:25)
7. I Can See Clearly Now (2:46)
8. Comma Comma (Album Version) (3:00)
9. We're All Alike (Album Version) (2:29)
10. How Good It Is (2:42)
11. The Fish And The Alley Of Destruction (Album Version) (4:09)
12. There Are More Questions Than Answers (2:46)
13. Cream Puff (2:16)
14. Stir It Up (Alternative Mix) (3:01)
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Though by no means an artistic innovator on par with contemporaries such as Bob Marley or Jimmy Cliff, singer Johnny Nash nevertheless proved a pivotal force behind the mainstream acceptance of reggae with the international success of his 1972 chart-topper "I Can See Clearly Now." Born in Houston, Texas on August 19, 1940, Nash honed his vocal skills singing in his Baptist church's choir and by 13 was a regular on the local television series Matinee, performing covers of current R&B hits; in 1956 he was discovered by Arthur Godfrey, appearing on his radio and TV broadcasts for the next seven years. Nash signed to ABC-Paramount to release his 1957 debut single "A Teenager Sings the Blues," scoring his first chart hit early the following year with a rendition of Doris Day's "A Very Special Love"; in late 1958, he also teamed with Paul Anka and George Hamilton IV for the inspirational "The Teen Commandments." Marketed as a rival to Johnny Mathis, he even began a film career with 1959's Take a Giant Step, also appearing in 1960's Key Witness before his career flagged with a series of little-noticed singles for Warner Bros., Groove, and Argo.
Nash returned to prominence in 1965 when the ballad "Let's Move and Groove Together" reached the R&B Top Five; more importantly, the record became a major hit in Jamaica, where he traveled in 1967 on a promotional tour. During a return trip, he cut the ska-influenced single "Hold Me Tight" at Byron Lee's Federal Studios -- a Top Five pop hit on both sides of the Atlantic, the record was issued on his own JAD label, which in early 1970 scored a Top 40 hit with a reggaefied rendition of Sam Cooke's "Cupid" as well. The following year Nash scored a major British hit with his reading of the Bob Marley perennial "Stir It Up"; while living in Britain, he signed to Epic, which in 1972 released his biggest hit, "I Can See Clearly Now," which sat atop the American pop charts for four weeks. Although his popularity at home again dimmed, Nash returned to the U.K. charts in 1975 with his number one classic "Tears on My Pillow," followed a year later by another Sam Cooke cover, "(What A) Wonderful World."
He gradually retired from performing, although he released an album, Here Again, in 1986, and made a few live appearances. In the early 2000s he began the work of transferring analog tapes of his material from the '70s and '80s to a digital platform at Tierra Studios in his native Houston. Intensely private, Nash stayed out of the public eye except for occasional tours as the 21st century deepened. ~ Jason Ankeny/Quote]
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:38 am 
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Artist: Gary LeMel
Title: How Fast Forever Goes
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: K-Tel
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 37:33 min
Total Size: 101 MB

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01. (I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over
02. Bluesette
03. Everything Must Change
04. Forget To Remember
05. How Fast Forever Goes
06. Satin Doll
07. Send In The Clowns
08. Softly As I Leave You
09. She Was Too Good To Me Since You Stayed Here
10. I'm All Smiles
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Less well known as a performer than as a music industry executive, Gary LeMel began his showbiz career as vice president at Jerry Weintraub's Management III. A stint at First Artists Music followed, and it was there that LeMel was tapped by Warner Bros. to supervise the music for the Barbra Streisand films A Star Is Born and The Main Event; the soundtrack to the former was particularly successful, selling over six million copies in the U.S. alone. After serving as senior VP at Neil Bogart's Boardwalk Company, LeMel moved to Columbia Pictures in 1983; there he supervised a series of smash soundtracks including The Big Chill, Ghostbusters, Against All Odds and St. Elmo's Fire. Three years later he accepted an offer from Warner Bros., in the years to follow moving up the corporate ladder to become the president of the company's music division; again working extensively in film soundtracks, he launched hits including The Bodyguard, Singles and Space Jam. As a jazz vocalist, LeMel also recorded the occasional LP, including 1994's Romancing the Screen and 1999's Bobby Darin tribute Moonlighting. Lost In Your Arms appeared in summer 2001. ~bio by Jason Ankeny

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:10 am 
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Artist: Louis Hayes
Title: Return Of The Jazz Communicators
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/48kHz]
Total Time: 75:32
Total Size: 973 MB (Covers)

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As the story goes, the original Jazz Communicators were formed back in 1967 when Hayes put together a group featuring Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, and Kenny Barron. This new edition was formed out of Hayes' desire to use the vibes in a quintet setting. It is fabulous to hear Steve Nelson in this ensemble, being that his recorded appearances are rare these days. A veteran of other Hayes ensembles over the years and another gifted musician we hear from too rarely, Abraham Burton first made a name for himself playing alto with Art Taylor back in the '90s. Lately, he's been heard on tenor and the tart sound he used to get on the smaller horn transfers exceedingly well to the bigger horn.
The set kicks off with Mulgrew Miller's classic vibe tune, "Soul-Leo" and everyone seems to be inspired by a form that shifts between a straight eight feel for the verses and a bridge that goes into swing. That inspiration is also to be heard on the ballad numbers that feature both Nelson and Burton, the former on a classy rendering of "Lush Life" and the latter on a commanding version of "A Portrait of Jenny."
The more upbeat numbers, like "Shape Shifting," "Simple Pleasures," and "Village Greene" hit a synergistic highpoint with Hayes at the helm, his large cymbal beat and crackling snare at the center of the vortex. It's also worth noting how Hayes interjects his comments within the context of the melody on the Ernie Wilkins chestnut "Groovin' for Nat." Never too flashy, Hayes has honed his fills to the highest sense of musicality, and it's this supportive role that makes him one of the drum legends.
Over the course of the album's generous selection of twelve tracks, the contributions of pianist David Bryant and bassist Dezron Douglas are not to be underestimated. Bryant knows how to play with a vibraphonist, never getting in the way, but complementing what is happening chordally. As for Douglas, his solos are few, but he makes each one of them count.
Although Hayes has made many albums over the years as a leader, this one securely holds a place as one of his best. The live setting inspires his musical muse and his drums have never sounded better.

Tracklist:
01 - Soul-Leo
02 - Shape Shifting
03 - Lush Life
04 - Groovin' for Nat
05 - It's to You
06 - Without a Song
07 - Simple Pleasure
08 - Vagabond Ron
09 - Portrait of Jennie
10 - Lou's Idea
11 - Village Greene
Recorded in November 2013 at New York's Smoke Jazz Club.
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Louis Hayes - drums
Dezron Douglas - bass
David Bryant - piano
Steve Nelson - vibraphone
Abraham Burton - tenor sax

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 Post subject: Jesse - Hard Sky (2017)
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:41 am 
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Artist: Jesse
Title: Hard Sky
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Gotta Groove Records
Genre: Alt Country, Pop
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:34:24
Total Size: 102 mb

Tracklist:
01. Luck
02. Wild Sun
03. Games of Chance
04. Worried Woman
05. Cinco's Lament
06. When I Call Your Name
07. De-Pression
08. Hotel Rising
09. You Had It Comin'
10. Hard Sky
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Hard Sky is the anomalous solo debut of Corpus Christi, TX based Jesse Jerome Jenkins V (of Pure X). Whereas Pure X wrote their languid songs as a unit of shared consciousness, Jesse's Hard Sky is a remarkably singular effort that puts the singer & multi-instrumentalist on full display from the inside out. Self-recorded, and taking on the majority of the instrumental duties throughout the LP, Hard Sky is a direct expression of Jenkins' bleak, yet playful, personal creative attitude; all narrated and guided by his unmistakable buoyant vocals. By integrating influences from all modern eras, but operating outside of strict styles and traditions, Jesse's solo debut achieves a balance and identity that is as impossible to categorize as it is devilishly inviting to listen to.
Unpredictable, spontaneous, yet deliberate and intentional in its compositional trajectory, Hard Sky precariously sets a course lead by Jenkins' endearing embrace of both the euphoric and abysmal actualities of this life. By invoking the aid of luck, fittingly the title of the album's opener, a palpable, pervasive acknowledgement that both the highest highs and lowest lows are equally possible permeates throughout the LP. These eventualities are, of course, approached with equal reverence but differing preference. Life's impossibly dark moments are given levity with an unattached restraint and maturity across the album as Jenkins watches his thoughts, losses, joys, and existential-crises pass over the horizon like clouds in the sky. Both lyrically and musically, it's almost as if Jenkins is simultaneously laughing at life's inevitable struggles while accepting that he is barely hanging on.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:12 am 
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Artist: Jorge Pardo
Title: Cafe Latino 25 Aniversario
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Karonte
Genre: Jazz Fusion, jazz flamenco
Quality: MP3, 320 Kbps
Total Time: 1:09:04
Total Size: 139.98 MB

Tracks
01. La del Pulpo
02. Intro Cafe Latino
03. Amor Ascensor
04. El Efecto Centolla
05. Luces de la Fragua
06. Cebreiro
07. Beat Street
08. Toda Una Vida
Personnel
Jorge Pardo (Soprano and Tenor Saxophone)
Abe Rábade (Piano)
Josemi Carmona (Guitar)
Javier Colina (Double-Bass)
Jeff Ballard (Drums)
Chonchi Heredia (Vocals)
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:42 am 
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Artist: Richard Stoltzman
Title: Collaborations
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Sony Classical
Genre: Classical, Jazz
Quality: flac lossless
Total Time: 00:59:14
Total Size: 241 mb

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01. Sonata For Two Clarinets - Richard Stoltzman
02. Sofðu unga ástin mín - Richard Stolzmann
03. Dona nobis pacem - Richard Stoltzman
04. Danny Boy - Richard Stoltzman
05. At the Woodchopper's Ball - Richard Stoltzman
06. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring from Cantata, BWV 147 - Richard Stoltzman
07. Introduction and Allegro for Harp with Accompaniment of String Quartet, Glute and Clarinet - Richard Stoltzman;Tokyo String Quartet
08. Lily - Richard Stoltzman
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Artist: Anne Pe
Title: Glowing Seas
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: RAR marketed by Motor Entertainment
Genre: Pop, Folk, Acoustic
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:44:38
Total Size: 103 mb

Tracklist:
01. Seagull
02. Myth of a Man
03. Feuerfuchs
04. Glowing Seas
05. Fine Dream
06. Seal Woman
07. The Dark Side of the Light
08. Passage
09. Music
10. Amanita
11. Fine Dream (Metronome Mix)
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