VA - Here Ain't The Sonics (1989) MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 90 mb Genre: garage rock, pub rock, rock'n'roll, alternative
Here Ain't The Sonics is a 1989 tribute album to the Seattle, Washington garage rock group, The Sonics. A collaborative album between the Popllama and Estrus record labels, it features Sonisc covers by Screaming Trees, Young Fresh Fellows, The Mono Men, The Fallouts, and Girl Trouble along with international music by Thee Headcoats and Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper. (More…)
Artist: Various Artists Title: Ministry of Sound - The Chillout Session 2 Year Of Release: 2001 Label: Ministry of Sound UK Genre: Downtempo, Lounge, ChillOut,Trip-Hop Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps Total Time: 02:30:51 Total Size: 354 MB
Artist: Slade Title: Old New Borrowed And Blue Year Of Release: 1974/2006 Label: Air Mail Archive - AIRAC-1303 Genre: Glam Rock, Classic Rock Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)/320 Total Time: 45:14 Total Size: 286/125 MB
Whales & Nightingales is a 1970 album by Judy Collins. It peaked at #17 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. The album included material by Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Jacques Brel and Joan Baez, as well as Collins' top-forty version of "Amazing Grace", and the traditional "Farewell To Tarwathie", on which Collins sang to the accompaniment of humpback whales. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1971, for sales of over 500,000 copies in the US.
Luciana Souza - Neruda (2004) Vocal Jazz, Bossa Nova | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 49 min | 116 MB Label: Sunny Side | Rel: 2004
It's an audacious move, putting the words of one of the 20th century's greatest poets to music. All those who are familiar with the words have their own perceptions of the images, and - on some level - a feeling of the settings they should have. With just voice, piano, and a little percussion, Souza imposes her own vision on the poems of Pablo Neruda, as she has before on the work of Elizabeth Bishop, and it can initially seem strange and take listeners by surprise, as on the relatively upbeat and busy "House." "We Are Many" is imagined as almost an art song. Translating poetry to song is difficult, especially this work, with no regular rhythm or meter, and that's reflected in the tidal shifts of "Sonnet 99." There's true adventure in "I Will Come Back," sung over only percussion, a jaunty beat that's a celebration of life, rather than a commiseration of death. On "Sonnet 49" she employs marimba, giving a stately exoticism to the music. (More…)