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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ‎– Deja Vu (1970) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ‎– Déjà Vu
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Genre: Country-Rock | Label: Atlantic / SD 19118 | Original Release: 1970 | This Issue: 1977

The second LP “CSN & Y” is this “Déjà Vu”, a key album that marked a generation of bands of country-rock genre in their country of origin, U.S.
This is the only album of his early career (the best, in my opinion), they are all four together, coupled with the legendary live record “4 way street”.
And, in all honesty, “CSN & Y” are far from being a folk-rock band, sometimes unclassifiable … pop? Progressive? fusion? all, for me this is a transcendent album breaker schemes, its members very young, but consolidated racing beforehand.
I could write pages and pages, about the genius of each personality of each member on this record.
I think it is best to listen to them, no doubt.

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Appaloosa ‎- Appaloosa (1969) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Appaloosa ‎- Appaloosa (Featuring Al Kooper)
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Genre: Psychedelic-Folk | Label: Columbia / CS 9819 | Original First US Pressing: 1969

From the Boston folk scene, emerged John Parker Compton’s band of Appaloosa, from which would also come Earth Opera (and its continuity Sea Train) and James Taylor. JPC (vocals & ac guitars) had formed an experimental duo with David Batteau and his cello that played a few gigs around Boston and Cambridge as they were still teenagers. The duo evolved with David’s brother Robin taking over with his violin, before expanding to a quartet with the arrival of Eugene Rosov (cello) and David Reiser (electric bass) and opened for Tim Harding and played every Sunday afternoon at the Cambridge Common Music Concerts. Rosov and Batteau were Harvard students, while Reiser sat in with prominent jazzmen in Boston clubs.
The group popped down to NY to get an audition with the legendary Al Kooper, playing directly in his office and getting instantly a recording deal. The prominent Kooper (producer and musician with The Blues Project, Blood Sweat & Tears, Bloomfield and by then a solo artiste as well and too many sessions to list) was to produce their sole album.
This album was labelled as folk baroque (as was popular at the time), a term also applying to Donovan, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Rush, Nick Drake, Bobbie Gentry, Tim Buckley, Phil Ochs, the Bee Gees, and Tim Hardin, and meant folk mixed with classical/symphonic music. Sadly the album got almost no notice, staying four weeks in the US billboard, peaking at 128, as these folk baroque albums were flooding the airwaves at the time. It would be Appaloosa’s only album, the band splitting up when Compton, Batteau, and some friends drove out to California. John and Robin worked as a duo on Columbia for the Compton & Batteau in California album, with John doing his first solo album shortly afterward. To this day JPC is still active in the folk circles and reformed the group in 05, but nothing yet has come out of that.
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Ancient Future ‎- Quiet Fire (1986) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Ancient Future ‎– Quiet Fire (Narada Series)
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Genre: New-Age | Label: Narada/N-61012 | US Pressing: 1986

When burst Windham Hill label in the music industry, soon imitate his idea by another labels (good and bad): mostly acoustic music, away from the horrible sound of disco-music (that with programmed drums, high-pitched ugly voices and noisy, absolutely massive consumption). From these stamps that followed, the most prominent are Narada and Private Music. I have excellent pressings from Narada, one of them is this “Quiet Fire” by Ancient Future. Anecdotally Windham Hill label musicians appear in this LP.

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Alex De Grassi ‎- Southern Exposure (1983) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Alex De Grassi ‎– Southern Exposure (Windham Hill Series)
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Genre: Acoustic-Fusion | Label: Windham Hill Records / AMWH 61030 – A&M Records / AMWH 61030 | Dutch Pressing: 1983

During my forays into Old Europe, Spain (to be precise), I spent time in record stores go in the “Ramblas from Barcelona”, also in the narrow streets of the medieval city (wonderful, admittedly). I remember it was during the summer of 85, I became record-storage such a good collection of LPs of Pat Metheny, Windham Hill label and many other things that I have shared. Today I share one of my favorite acoustic guitarists that label (WH): Alex De Grassi, an extraordinary technique.
Some describe his music style “impressionist”, I am not much given to label because. But yes, I can say that his style is more oriented to the fusion and a bit jazz. Anyway, is not the most important, and I think that is modestly one of the stars of Windham Hill.

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Alan Parsons Project ‎– Tales Of Mystery And Imagination (1976) (UK Original) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Alan Parsons Project ‎– Tales Of Mystery And Imagination (1976)
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Charisma – CDS 4003 (1976) (UK Original) | Prog Rock

Tales of Mystery and Imagination is the debut album by the progressive rock group The Alan Parsons Project, released in 1976. The album’s avant-garde soundscapes kept it from being a blockbuster, but the interesting lyrical and musical themes — retellings of horror stories and poetry by Edgar Allan Poe — attracted a cult audience. The title of the album is taken from a popular title for a collection of Poe’s macabre tales of the same name, Tales of Mystery & Imagination, first published in 1908 and reprinted many times since.
Musicians featured on the album include vocalist Arthur Brown of The Crazy World of Arthur Brown (who sings The Tell Tale Heart) and Francis Monkman, who had played with Curved Air and later founded Sky. (Wiki)

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Chris Isaak – Beyond The Sun Live (2012) BLU-RAY 1080I

This special showcases Chris Isaak s most beloved hits and his personal tribute to the glory days of the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis and the music created by Chris heroes in that famous room. Chris recaptures the heart and soul of the original songs with his own brilliant band of stellar musicians, while showing the heart and soul of his own deeply rooted musical identity. The show was taped before a live audience of music fans on the soundstage of Austin City Limits, the home of the legendary PBS music series.

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Chris-Isaak-Beyond-The-Sun-Live-Blu-ray/56044/

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Vocal Trance Vol.5 (2008-2013) 720p/1080p WEBRip


Vocal Trance Vol.5 | 2008-2013 | 720p/1080p WEBRip | 3 Gb

Original title: Vocal Trance [A selection of clips] Vol.5
Genre: Pop
Year: 2008-2013
Duration: 2:19:33
Video Quality: WEBRip 720p-1080p
video Codec: AVC, MPEG-4
Frame size: 1920×1080, 1280×720
Bitrate: 4000 kb / s
Language: English
Translation: the original
Codec: ACC
Bitrate: 192 kb / s

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Vocal Trance Vol.4 (2008-2013) 720p/1080p WEBRip



Vocal Trance Vol.4 | 2008-2013 | 720p/1080p WEBRip | 3.2 Gb

Original title: Vocal Trance [A selection of clips] Vol.4
Genre: Pop
Year: 2008-2013
Duration: 2:19:33
Video Quality: WEBRip 720p-1080p
video Codec: AVC, MPEG-4
Frame size: 1920×1080, 1280×720
Bitrate: 4000 kb / s
Language: English
Translation: the original
Codec: ACC
Bitrate: 192 kb / s

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Vocal Trance Vol.3 (2008-2013) 720p/1080p WEBRip


Vocal Trance Vol.3 | 2008-2013 | 720p/1080p WEBRip | 2.8 Gb

Original title: Vocal Trance [A selection of clips] Vol.3
Genre: Pop
Year: 2008-2013
Duration: 2:19:33
Video Quality: WEBRip 720p-1080p
video Codec: AVC, MPEG-4
Frame size: 1920×1080, 1280×720
Bitrate: 4000 kb / s
Language: English
Translation: the original
Codec: ACC
Bitrate: 192 kb / s

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Vocal Trance Vol.2 (2008-2013) 720p/1080p WEBRip


Vocal Trance Vol.2 | 2008-2013 | 720p/1080p WEBRip | 3 Gb

Original title: Vocal Trance [A selection of clips] Vol.2
Genre: Pop
Year: 2008-2013
Duration: 2:19:33
Video Quality: WEBRip 720p-1080p
video Codec: AVC, MPEG-4
Frame size: 1920×1080, 1280×720
Bitrate: 4000 kb / s
Language: English
Translation: the original
Codec: ACC
Bitrate: 192 kb / s

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