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Vocal Trance Vol.1 (2008-2013) 720p/1080p WEBRip

Vocal Trance Vol.1 | 2008-2013 | 720p/1080p WEBRip | 3.1 Gb

Original title: Vocal Trance [A selection of clips] Vol.1
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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Tony Banks – A Curious Feeling (1979) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Tony Banks – A Curious Feeling – 1979
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-96 kHz | Redbook 16 Bit-44 kHz | FLAC | Cue | No Log | Scans | 1,11 GB + 331 MB
1979 / Genre: Prog-Rock / Polydor – CA

Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks has made several stabs at a solo career since 1978, writing and recording in various styles and occasionally under different group names. However, none of his attempts have been very commercially successful, a sore point for the man many deem responsible for a large portion of the Genesis sound. For many observers, Banks is one of the more undeservedly underrated keyboard players in progressive rock — while flashier figures such as Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman, with their extroverted personalities, long ago gathered the press coverage needed to earn the admiration of starstruck listeners from the 1970s (and enjoy instant name recognition even 30 years later). Banks’ work was so subsumed into the output of Genesis for so long that he never quite achieved the profile of his slightly older rivals, despite playing an essential role in shaping the sound of his group, which, along with Yes, was one of the two most successful prog rock bands of the 1970s. “Enjoy this beautiful atmospheric album with impressive vocals of the relative unkwown Kim Beacon”.

Note > No silence was deleted; please burn this album gapless..

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Supertramp ‎- Crisis? What Crisis? (1975) (Spanish Repress) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Supertramp ‎– Crisis? What Crisis? (1975)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks | Tech Log | Artwork | 920 Mb
A&M Records – AMNP 123 (1983) (Spanish Repress) Art Rock

Crisis? What Crisis? is the fourth album by progressive rock band Supertramp, released in 1975. Album unfairly treated by critics, especially in the lyrics of their songs, but musically is perhaps the best managed.
The Spanish press is excellent and great sound.

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Shakti ‎- Shakti With John McLaughlin (1976) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Shakti ‎– Shakti With John McLaughlin
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/96kHz: 1.14gb – 16bit/44kHz: 332mb
Genre: Acoustic-Fusion | Label: Columbia / KC 34162 | First US Pressing | Release: 1976

Believe me, I am not joking when I saw awesome, because it really is. Think about one suberp guitarist , who again show us what he can do with that strings and that fingers, and a superb violin, a superb tabla, so after all it could be a super band no?
I really like John Mclaughlin, I think he is one of the best guitarist ever, so the fact of Mclaughlin here, is one extra point, in this music, you will remind some Mahavishnu Orchestra ( but forgot electric guitars and focus on acoustic), because of the excellent musicianship, and because some passages are very fast, guitar – violin oriented, with tabla and a very particular south indian percussion instrument called mridangam making Raga music, indian music, which could sound a bit rock.
It is a live album which consist in 3 tracks, 2 “epics” and one mid tempo and slow second track. “Joy” is the first track, an 18 minute song showing us how great are the musicians, fast fingers, fast music, all instruments gathered together, and tehy don’t let you go, it is a bit repetitive, but you can’t leave it, you can’t get tired of it, it is awesome because it`s a concert, so that lucky people could appreciate the complexity of the sound, it is full of scales, but you can listen how fine can play the musicians, 18 minutes of an indian trip, which you will enjoy.
“Lotus Feet”, is the shortest song, and is the slowest of them all, i mean, it is not a fast song, it is beautiful and show us the quality of the music, with a more reserved sound, violin is precious, and percussion background beautiful, after this, prepare yourself for the last song.
“What Need Have I for This – What Need Have I for That – I Am Dancing at the Feet of My Lord – All Is Bliss – All Is Bliss “, what a name no?, the name is so long, and the song is longer I think, the best way to end this album is this almost 30 minutes masterpiece, which is full of joy and a ridicoulous (in the good sense of the word) musicianship, is simply awesome, it can’t be 30 minutes of the same way, so you can imagine some changes, I use to listen to this with eyes closed , letting my mind reveiving it, and it is really a pleasure, a can’t say another word, it is simply beautiful, guitar in one hand, violin in other, suddenly both in one hand, it is a tremendous track, I’d love to see something similar until die, I have no words to describe the feeling when I’m listening to it, in fact I don’t open my mouth, only my ears and mind.
After all, Raga – Prog Indo -Prog is my less familiarized genre, but when I listen to this, I have the will to get more of this, not sure if the name of masterpiece of progressive rock is the best for this album, but it clearlydeserves 5 stars, and of course, I highly recommend it to all of you, maybe it is not everybody’s cup of tea, but if you like it the first time, you will love you ever.
5 Stars !

progarchives.com

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Pink Floyd – Animals (1977) (Original USA) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip) (same vinyl, two different carts)


Pink Floyd – Animals (1977)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks | Tech Log | Artwork | 870 Mb + 890 Mb
Columbia – JC 34474 (1977) (Original USA) | Progressive Rock

Animals is the tenth studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in January 1977. A concept album, it provides a scathing critique of the social-political conditions of 1970s Britain, and presents a marked change in musical style from their earlier work. Animals was recorded at the band’s studio, Britannia Row, in London, but its production was punctuated by the early signs of discord that several years later would culminate in keyboardist Richard Wright leaving the band. The album’s cover image, a pig floating between two chimneys on Battersea Power Station, was conceived by bassist and writer Roger Waters, and photographed by long-time collaborators Hipgnosis.

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Ofra Haza ‎- Galbi (1986) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Ofra Haza ‎– Galbi
Vinyl | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1) | 24bit/96kHz: 396mb
Genre: Synth-Pop | Label: Globe Style / NST 117- 12″ 45 RPM | Release: 1986

Ofra Haza ( born Bat-Sheva Ofra Haza; 19 November 1957 – 23 February 2000) was an Israeli singer of Yemenite Jewish origin, an actress and international recording artist.
Her voice has been described as mezzo-soprano, of near-flawless tonal quality, capable of lending itself to a variety of musical styles with apparent ease. Inspired by a love of her Yemenite and Hebrew culture, the appeal of her music quickly spread to a wider Middle Eastern audience, somehow bridging the divide between Israel and the Arab countries. As her career progressed, Haza was able to switch between traditional and more commercial singing styles without jeopardizing her credibility. Her music fused elements of Eastern and Western instrumentation, orchestration and dance-beat. She became successful in Europe and the Americas; during her singing career, she earned many platinum and gold discs.

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Eric Clapton ‎- Money And Cigarettes (1983) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Eric Clapton ‎– Money And Cigarettes (1983)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks | Tech Log | Artwork | 856 Mb
Warner Bros. Records – 9 23773-1, Duck Records – 1-23773 (1983) (Original USA) | Rock, Blues

Money and Cigarettes is an Eric Clapton album, released in 1983. It is his eighth studio album. The cover depicts Clapton, cigarette in hand, standing next to a melting Fender Stratocaster guitar. Clapton chose the name of the album “because, that’s all I saw myself having left,” after his (first) rehabilitation from alcoholism. The single “I’ve Got a Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart” became a hit in the U.S., peaking at #18, but was relatively unsuccessful in the UK, where it did not reach the Top 50. (Wiki)

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David Sylvian – Secrets Of The Beehive (1987) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

David Sylvian – Secrets Of The Beehive (1987)
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-96 kHz | FLAC | Cue | No Log | Scans  | 744 MB
1987 / Genre: Art-Rock / Virgin – UK

Secrets of the Beehive is the fourth solo album by British singer-songwriter David Sylvian and was released in 1987. Produced by Steve Nye and David Sylvian, the album features Ryuichi Sakamoto, David Torn, Mark Isham and Steve Jansen among others. “Enjoy this beautiful melancholy album with the brilliant vocals of David Sylvian; a perfect album to listen in the late evening.”

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Yes – Relayer (1974) (Original UK) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Yes – Relayer (1974)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks |Tech Log | Artwork | 950 Mb
Atlantic ‎– K 50096 (1974) (Original UK, Porky cut) | Prog Rock

Relayer is the seventh studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in 1974 on Atlantic Records. Relayer reached #4 in the UK (remaining 8 weeks in the Top 40) and #5 in the US (remaining 16 weeks in the Top 200).
It is the only Yes studio album to feature keyboardist Patrick Moraz, who replaced Rick Wakeman earlier in the year. Wakeman returned to his position in 1976.
After the ambitious concept double album Tales from Topographic Oceans, Rick Wakeman left Yes to resume his solo career. The band auditioned several prospective replacements, the closest contender being the Greek keyboardist Vangelis. He did not become a member of Yes, but these auditions paved the way for several future collaborations between Vangelis and Jon Anderson. The band finally chose Swiss-born Patrick Moraz, previously of the bands Refugee and Mainhorse, as a replacement while this album was well into production. The album title comes from the lyrics of “The Remembering (High The Memory)” from Tales from Topographic Oceans.

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Steve Howe ‎- The Steve Howe Album (1979) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Steve Howe ‎– The Steve Howe Album
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/96kHz: 895mb – 16bit/44kHz: 259mb
Genre: Symphonic-Rock | Atlantic ‎/ SD 19243 | Release: 1979

Steve’s second solo album is a really nice record, presenting to the listener a palette of guitarist’s styles in a honest and enjoyable way. The music is mostly instrumental, which is a good thing as Steve is not as good in singing as he is with playing guitar. One tune “All’s a Chord” give us an example of this, though the fragile song is not totally ruined by the honest vocal interpretations. There are also few quite jolly rags here, “Cactus Boogie” and “Meadow Rag” which are technically good of course, but perhaps too light-minded rants for my appreciation. Then the rest of the album is really great stuff; the opener “Pennants” is an interesting rock track with complex details, carrying forward the progressive legacy of Yes, which already had started the slow disintegration process concluding at the end of 1970′s. “Look over Your Shoulder” is a calm piece for lady singer, and then the rest of songs are in constructed in European classic music style, ranging from solo guitar works to orchestrated pieces. I like classical music very much, so these song pleased me certainly. The orchestrations are done in a very professional way, and the detailed arrangements are created as essential element of the composition, so these are not typical wallpaper fillers done with the strings. “Double Rondo” is the longest of these classical tunes, and it leads to an arrangement of Antonio Vivaldi’s 2nd Movement of his Concerto for guitar and orchestra in D, melodically really beautiful number also used by Peter Sinfield on his “Song of The Seagoat”. I would recommend this album of course for fans of Yes and the performer himself, but also anybody enjoying elegant and light classical music with art rock crossover blending. The gatefold vinyl covers with Roger Dean’s design and photographs of Steve’s guitar collection make this as a nice object for any vinyl collector too.
progarchives.com

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