Using recovery volumes to reconstruct missing and damaged files.

Because Blu-ray Disc/ISO is too big, I have not all backup of these files. But you can using recovery volumes to reconstruct missing and damaged files. Check out this tutorial: https://www.winrar-france.fr/winrar_instructions_for_use/source/html/HELPArcRecVolumes.htm

Eric Clapton – Slowhand (1977) [35th Anniversary Remaster ‘2012] {Hi-Res FLAC 24bit/96kHz}

Eric Clapton – Slowhand (1977/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 39:23 minutes | 800 MB
DAD to Hi-Res FLAC – Source: 35th Anniversary Remaster | No Art

After the guest-star-drenched No Reason to Cry failed to make much of an impact commercially, Eric Clapton returned to using his own band for Slowhand. The difference is substantial — where No Reason to Cry struggled hard to find the right tone, Slowhand opens with the relaxed, bluesy shuffle of J.J. Cale’s “Cocaine” and sustains it throughout the course of the album. Alternating between straight blues (“Mean Old Frisco”), country (“Lay Down Sally”), mainstream rock (“Cocaine,” “The Core”), and pop (“Wonderful Tonight”), Slowhand doesn’t sound schizophrenic because of the band’s grasp of the material. This is laid-back virtuosity — although Clapton and his band are never flashy, their playing is masterful and assured. That assurance and the album’s eclectic material make Slowhand rank with 461 Ocean Boulevard as Eric Clapton’s best albums. (more…)

King Crimson – Larks’ Tongues In Aspic – The Complete Recordings (40th Anniversary Limited Edition, #Disc 15) (2012) [BD Remux]

Genre: Progressive Rock
Year: 2012
Quality: BD Remux
Container: MKV, FLAC
Video codec: MPEG-4/AVC
Audio Codec: DTS, FLAC
Video: MPEG-4/AVC, 1080p, 5183 Kbps, 29.970 fps, [email protected]
Audio 1: DTS-HD MA 5.1 6579 kbps 96 kHz 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 48 kHz, 1509 kbps, 24-bit)
Audio 2: FLAC 2.0 24-bit 2487 Kbps 96kHz
Duration: 00:46:46 +00:46:31 +00:46:46

Downloading content from the presence of the following Blu-ray:

– The 2012 Surround mix by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp /DTS-HD Master Surround 5.1/ (BD Remux, *mkv);
– The 2012 stereo album mix by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac);
– Original UK vinyl transfer /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac);
– Original US vinyl transfer /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac).

Tracklist:

1) Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (Part I) (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Bruford, Muir)
2) Book of Saturday (Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
3) Exiles (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
4) Easy Money (Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
5) The Talking Drum (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Bruford, Muir)
6) Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (Part II) (Fripp) (more…)

John Lennon – Imagine (1971/2014) [Blu-Ray Audio Rip 24bit/96kHz]

John Lennon – Imagine (1971/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 39:45 minutes | 1 GB
Blu-Ray Audio Rip | Sourced Track – LPCM 2.0 Stereo

After the harrowing Plastic Ono Band, John Lennon returned to calmer, more conventional territory with Imagine. While the album had a softer surface, it was only marginally less confessional than its predecessor. Underneath the sweet strings of “Jealous Guy” lies a broken and scared man, the jaunty “Crippled Inside” is a mocking assault at an acquaintance, and “Imagine” is a paean for peace in a world with no gods, possessions, or classes, where everyone is equal. And Lennon doesn’t shy away from the hard rockers — “How Do You Sleep” is a scathing attack on Paul McCartney, “I Don’t Want to Be a Soldier” is a hypnotic antiwar song, and “Give Me Some Truth” is bitter hard rock. If Imagine doesn’t have the thematic sweep of Plastic Ono Band, it is nevertheless a remarkable collection of songs that Lennon would never be able to better again. (more…)

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