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The Doors: Mr. Mojo Risin – The Story of LA WomanBlu-ray AVC 1080I DTS HDMA 5.1

Mr Mojo Risin is the story of the making of the Doors last album with Jim Morrison L.A. Woman . 2011 is the 40th anniversary of the albums release and this programme goes into detail of how the album came about, its recording and what was happening to the band at the time. The story is told through new interviews with the three surviving Doors: Ray Manzarek, Robbie Krieger and John Densmore plus contributions from Jac Holzman, founder of their label Elektra Records, Bill Siddons, who was their manager, Bruce Botnick, engineer and co-producer of the album and others associated with the Doors at this time. The show includes archive footage of the Doors performing both live and in the studio, classic photographs and new musical demonstrations from the Doors.
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Michael Feinstein – The Sinatra Project II:The Good Life (2011) [Official Digital Download 24bit/88,2kHz]

Michael Feinstein – The Sinatra Project II:The Good Life (2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | Time – 41:17 minutes | 838 MB
Jazz | Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks.com | Digital Booklet

Michael Feinstein has built a career out of interpreting standards and favorites from the American Songbook, so THE SINATRA PROJECT, an album of tunes made famous by Ol’ Blue Eyes, comes as no surprise. Rather than trying to imitate Sinatra, Feinstein takes pains to arrange and deliver standbys like “Fools Rush In,” “I’ve Got a Crush On You,” and “You Go To My Head” in a style distinctive from the master. Romantic, sophisticated, and filled with nostalgia, Feinstein’s THE SINATRA PROJECT is both a suitable tribute to the icon, and a lovely listening experience in its own right.

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Wynton Kelly Trio & Wes Montgomery – Smokin’ at the Half Note (1965) (Universal Japan 200g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Wynton Kelly Trio & Wes Montgomery – Smokin’ at the Half Note (1965) (Universal Japan 200g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 869 / 233 mb incl. recovery | 1965 | Jazz
Universal Japan 200g LP / Cat.#: UCJU-9083

Smokin’ at the Half Note is essential listening for anyone who wants to hear why Wes Montgomery’s dynamic live shows were considered the pinnacle of his brilliant and incredibly influential guitar playing.

– Jim Smith/AMG (5/5 Stars)

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System of a Down – Toxicity (2001) (Original US LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

System of a Down – Toxicity (2001) (Original US LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 1,01 gb/316 mb incl. recovery | Alternative | 2001
American Recordings LP / Cat.#: BL 62240 ~ Mastered at Oasis Mastering

Hands down one of 2001′s top metal releases, Toxicity may well prove to be a lasting heavy metal classic to boot.

– Eduardo Rivadavia/AMG (5/5 Stars)

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Sam Cooke – The Best of Sam Cooke (1962) (Analogue Productions 45rpm DoLP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Sam Cooke – The Best of Sam Cooke (1962) (Analogue Productions 45rpm DoLP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 730 / 211 mb incl. recovery | Soul; R’n’B | 1962
Analogue Productions 45rpm 180g 2xLP-Set ~ Cat.#: APP 2625-45
Mastered by Kevin Gray @ CoHearent Audio, LA ~ Pressed @ RTI

The Best of Sam Cooke is a 1962 compilation which contains most of Sam Cooke’s most well-known hits from 1957 to 1962.

“…He had an incomparable voice. Sam Cooke could sing anything and make it work. But when you’re talking about his strength as a singer, range is not relevant. It was his power to deliver — it was about his phrasing, the totality of his singing,” — Van Morrison, for Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Greatest Singers Of All Time, ranking Cooke at No. 4

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R.E.M. – Lifes Rich Pageant (1986) (MFSL 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

R.E.M. – Lifes Rich Pageant (1986) (MFSL 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 866 /256 mb incl. recovery | Alternative Rock | 1986
Half-speed mastered on “Gain 2 Ultra Analog System” by Shawn R. Britton
Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs 180g LP / Cat.#: MFSL 1- 361

1986 Landmark Finds R.E.M. Blossoming Into Iconic Artists: Arguably the Quartet’s Finest-Ever Outing

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Ray Charles – What’D I Say (1959) (Friday Music 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Ray Charles – What’D I Say (1959) (Friday Music 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 684 / 200 mb incl. recovery | Rhythm & Blues | 1959
Mastered by Kevin Gray @ CoHearent Audio, LA
Friday Music 180g LP / Cat.#: FRM-8029

Here is his most famous Atlantic era recording. Includes the title hit, plus “Rock House (Parts 1 & 2),” “Roll With My Baby,” “Tell Me How Do You Feel.”

What’d I Say is a studio album recorded by Ray Charles in New York City and released in 1959. What’d I Say peaked at #20 on the Billboard “Pop Albums” chart in 1962. The album launched Charles’ first top 10 hit, “What’d I Say”, and became his first gold record.

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Pink Floyd – Works (1983) (Japan LP 1st Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Pink Floyd – Works (1983) (Japan LP 1st Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

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Artwork | DR Analysis | 874 / 241 mb incl. recovery | ProgRock | 1983
Japan LP 1st pressing / Cat.#: EMS-81600

Works is a Pink Floyd compilation album released in 1983 by their former American label, Capitol Records, to compete with their then-current album The Final Cut. The main interest for collectors is the track “Embryo”, an outtake from Ummagumma that later became a concert staple in a greatly elongated form, which originally only appeared in January 1970 on a scarce various artists compilation album promoting Pink Floyd’s UK label Harvest Records entitled Picnic – A Breath of Fresh Air. Also unique to Works, the tracks “Brain Damage” and “Eclipse” are presented as alternate versions, possibly stereo mixes from the master tapes of the quadraphonic edition of The Dark Side of the Moon.
The cover art for the album was inspired by the c. 1948 poster “Nederland industrialiseert” (“Holland industrialises”)[3] designed by Dutch graphic artist Wladimir Flem.

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Nina Hagen Band – Nina Hagen Band (1978) (Music on Vinyl 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Nina Hagen Band – Nina Hagen Band (1978) (Music on Vinyl 180g LP) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Definitive Master Vinyl Rip)

Definitive Master vinyl rip (presented in 24/96 & 16/44.1) | FLAC | m3u, cue & Tech Log
Artwork | DR Analysis | 957 / 283 mb incl. recovery | Rock | 1978
Music on Vinyl 180g LP (limited to 500 copies coloured vinyl) / Cat.#: MOVLP458
Mastered from the original analog master tapes

One of the most important record in german rock history….

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