Chi Coltrane - Chi Coltrane (1972)

Author: perkow Date: 2009-03-16 00:22:33

Chi Coltrane - Chi Coltrane (1972)
Rock/Pop | MP3 CBR 192 Kbps | 57 MB | RS.com

Chi Coltrane - The Best Of (1988)

Author: perkow Date: 2009-03-13 23:21:00

Chi Coltrane - The Best Of (1988)
Rock/Pop | MP3 CBR 160 Kbps | 52 MB | RS.com

Chi Coltrane - Ready To Roll (1983)

Author: perkow Date: 2009-03-13 23:15:35

Chi Coltrane - Ready To Roll (1983)
Rock/Pop | MP3 CBR 256 Kbps | LP Rip | 63 MB | RS.com

Chi Coltrane - Let It Ride (1973)

Author: perkow Date: 2009-03-13 23:11:04

Chi Coltrane - Let It Ride (1973)
Rock/Pop | MP3 CBR 192 Kbps | 48 MB | RS.com

Chi Coltrane - Yesterday Today And Forever (The Best Of 1982-2007) [2009]

Author: perkow Date: 2009-10-22 20:40:22

Chi Coltrane - Yesterday Today And Forever (The Best Of 1982-2007) [2009]
Pop | MP3 VBR ~185 Kbps | 106 MB | Frontcover | RS.com

Tangerine Dream - 1987 Tyger [Flac]

Author: Holbrooki Date: 2007-10-25 08:43:00

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Tangerine Dream - Tyger
1987 | Genre : Electronic | OST | [EAC-CUE-LOG-FLAC] - Lossless | 352 Mb | RS | Covers & Label incl

The artistry of William Blake is his blending of light and dark, good and evil, in arriving at the big existential picture.So it comes as something of a surprise that the music of Tyger, which combines Blake’s poems (sung by Jocelyn B. Smith) with the electronics of Tangerine Dream, is so genteel. After all, Blake’s work was lurid, often diabolical in intent, and TD has released some diabolical music in its day, but not here. Both the songs and the instrumentals are closer in scope and effect to the subsequent Optical Race, where Paul Haslinger (like Johannes Schmoelling before him) helped focus the band’s vision and streamline their sound. Compared to Cyclone (the last time TD used intelligible vocals), Tyger is far less frightening. Smith’s voice is strong and direct, taking Blake’s lyrics at face value. Behind her voice, crouching as polite embellishment, is the music of Tangerine Dream. On the opening “Tyger,” the trio sound most like Cluster, playing with a light hand while the dark implications of Blake’s poem cast their shadow over the listener’s mind. “London” is moodier, poken/sung by Smith while TD pluck their electronic lyres in obeisance. This and “Smile” could be seen as electronic pop poetry, refined in its execution. You can’t argue that TD are rough handlers of Blake’s artistry; in fact they may be too careful not to bruise the delicate brutality of the poet/artist’s inner eye. It would seem that the project gave the band pause to refine their own artistry, scripting the music carefully where before charges of improvisational composition might have held. Perhaps it’s the influence of Haslinger, but an instrumental like “Alchemy of the Heart” evokes modern-day classical music, self-contained and linear in development. The compact disc adds “21st Century Common Man,” again a harbinger of Optical Race that likewise looks back to the economical approach of Tangram and Force Majeure. (The CD actually breaks out as six tracks rather than five, from which one might assume that the bonus track is divided into two distinct parts.) While Tyger is an interesting animal in the Tangerine zoo, it’s far from ferocious. Like subsequent collaborations with Chi Coltrane, this is an equal alliance of popular sound and artistic vision. Yes, it is ambitious, but also restrained, even understated. The Tangerine Dream of ten years’ past would have approached this differently, adopting the artistry of Blake as a launching point rather than his poetry, but what remains is still eminently intelligent. I’d follow Optical Race first among the Haslinger-era recordings, but Tyger is certainly worth stalking in your travels.

VA - Time Life: Sounds Of The Seventies Collection 38 CD (1989-1998)

Author: Discograf_man Date: 2015-03-12 14:36:43

VA - Time Life: Sounds Of The Seventies Collection 38 CD (1989-1998)
Pop, Disco, Rock, Oldies | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 6,01 Gb | Covers - 70 Mb
Label: Time Life | Release Year: 1989-1998

Sounds of the Seventies was a 38-volume series issued by Time-Life during the late 1980s and early-to-mid 1990s, spotlighting pop music of the 1970s.

VA - Dusty Heard Them Here First (2014)

Author: SERTiL Date: 2014-10-21 15:47:17

VA - Dusty Heard Them Here First
Soul, R&B | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 70:25 min | 177 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Ace Records | Tracks: 24 | Rls.date: 27-01-2014

The previous volumes in Ace Heard Them Here First series focused on Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard, the Ramones and the New York Dolls. This edition features the original versions of numbers recorded by Dusty Springfield, the UK's premier female vocalist of the 1960s. Dusty's expertise as an interpretive singer prevented her from being viewed as a cover artist and allowed her the luxury of recording the songs of her favourite American performers and writers. The selection spans Marie Knight's Nothing In The World', a super song Dusty recorded on her first LP, through to K.T. Oslin's 'Where Is A Woman To Go', a highlight of Dusty's swansong album.

Various Artists - Rockin' 70s (3CD Set, 2004) RESTORED

Author: Rehabilly Date: 2009-08-17 16:10:57

Various Artists - Rockin' 70s (3 CD, 2004)
WV+CUE+LOG or MP3 CBR 320 | Covers | 1,14 GB or 376 MB
40 songs compilation / Sony Special Products # A3H 71840

Various Artists - 40 Jaar Top 40 (2004) (20xDVD5) Re-up

Author: Andi_Deris Date: 2011-09-17 17:12:16

V.A. - 40 Jaar Top 40 (2004) (20xDVD5)
Video: PAL 720x576 (4:3) | Audio: Dolby AC3 6ch, 2ch / Pseudo DTS | 69.9 Gb
Genre: Pop, Rock, Disco, Funk, R&B, Synth-Pop | Label: Universal TV, A Division Of Universal Music B.V.

'40 Jaar Top 40' is a whopping 20 DVDs compendium of hits. This is the biggest and best collection of rock, pop, blues, disco, funk, punk and new wave, etc. artists - unmissable. This is a great!

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