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The Beatles: 1962-1970 (24-bit Long Play DVD)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 20 Feb 2022 19:53:10 | Comments : 1

The Beatles: 1962-1970 (24-bit Long Play DVD)
DVD5 ISO | 16:9 NTSC Slides Region 0 | 48/24 2.0 LPCM | 21 x 200 MB + 1 X 117,3 MB| RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Pop/Rock | Unofficial Fan Release (bootleg) | Source: The Beatles USB | Source Label: EMI

Even as the Beatles began heading toward an inevitable breakup, their prolific ways continued; this two-disc look back only skims the surface of their later achievements. Excerpts from Sgt. Pepper, Magical Mystery Tour, the white album, Abbey Road, and Let It Be compete for space with classic singles that do as much or more to prove their eclecticism: the epic ballad "Hey Jude," the plaintive "Strawberry Fields Forever," straight rock & roll of all stripes from the plainspoken "Revolution" and "Get Back" to the surreal "Come Together." Decades after the split, this (and its companion set of 1962-1966 cuts) remains a favored introduction for young listeners and a key sampler for veteran fans. --Rickey Wright @ amazon
Carly Simon: No Secrets (1972 DVD-A 96/24 5.1 MLP to 44/24) DTS CD
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 20 Feb 2022 10:49:01 | Comments : 1

Carly Simon: No Secrets (1972)
DTS CD (cue + wav) | 44/24 5.1 DTS | 3 x 99 MB + 1 X 49,7 MB| RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Pop/Rock | Label: Rhino/Elektra | Source: Retail DVD-A

Carly Simon's third album, 1972's NO SECRETS, was her best-selling release ever, thanks to the inclusion of the huge hit single "You're So Vain". Speculation persists over the identity of the person so deftly skewered in this song (Simon's been quoted as saying that while there are elements of various people in the lyrics, "there's nothing there that isn't true of Warren Beatty"), to such an extent that the excellence of the rest of the album is often overlooked. Besides the gospel-tinged hit "The Right Thing to Do", there's a moving tribute to the Carter Family (an early country music trio of the 1930s). "We Have No Secrets" is a confessional delight, and "Waited So Long" and James Taylor's "Night Owl" are two of the most rocking songs Simon ever recorded. Exquisitely produced and smartly sequenced, NO SECRETS has just the right balance of slick studio polish and soulful rough edges to make this a classic of '70s singer-songwriter pop.


Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (2000)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 20 Feb 2022 00:12:53 | Comments : 2

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (2000)
DVD-A ISO + DTS CD (DTS WAVs) | NTSC MLP/DD5.1 + 44/24 5.1 DTS
33 x 97,7 + 1 x 32,6 MB | 7 x 99 MB + 1 X 87 MB| RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Classical | Label: Teldec| Source: Retail DVD-A

This is the DVD-Audio version of the Ninth Symphony from the Teldec Classics recording of the Beethoven Nine Symphonies with Daneil Barenboim and the Berliner Staatskapelle Orchestra. It is not an "Authenic Instruments" performance. It is rather a return to the more "Traditional" performance style of 40 or 50 years ago when an orchestra and chorus would perform the Ninth at a special concert or occassion. I can say that this DVD-Audio gives you the feeling of being at a special performance. The recording is quite good as is the performance.
James "Blood" Ulmer: Music Speaks Louder Than Words (1997)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 19 Feb 2022 19:01:55 | Comments : 1

Music Speaks Louder Than Words: James "Blood" Ulmer Plays The Music Of Ornette Coleman (1997)
EAC rip | WAV + LOG + CUE | Scans | 374,2 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: Koch Jazz 3-7833-2 H1 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

Blood always sounds best when he's skronking over the top of a free flowing, interactive and understated rhythm section.... He conjures up that more open-ended vibe on this collection of Ornette Coleman compositions.... Former Coltrane drummer Rashied Ali and acoustic bassist Calvin "Hassen Truth" Jones create the ever-shifting textures, implied beats, and rhythmic accents beneath Blood's signature guitar work.... Few other six-stringers can capture the provocative, probing essence and dark beauty of Ornette like Blood.
Music Revelation Ensemble: Knights Of Power (1996)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 19 Feb 2022 18:11:26 | Comments : 0

Music Revelation Ensemble: Knights Of Power (1996)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 355,1 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW/Columbia CK 67101 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

James Blood Ulmer's sporadic and ever-evolving Music Revelation Ensemble has featured at one time or another everyone from David Murray and Roland Shannon Jackson to John Zorn and the late George Adams. The results have been spotty as well, but when Blood is on in this band, his true jamming unit, there's none better. This disc is one example of that power with a rhythm section consisting of Amin Ali on bass and Cornell W. Rochester on drums, and two guests saxophonists who go by the names Arthur Blythe (whose landmark Lennox Avenue Breakdown facilitated Ulmer getting a Columbia Records contract in the 1970s) and Hamiet Bluiett, splitting the eight tunes between them.
Third Rail: South Delta Space Age (1994)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 19 Feb 2022 17:33:48 | Comments : 2

Third Rail: South Delta Space Age (1994)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 317,8 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: Antilles 314 533 965-2| Genre: Jazz/Funk/Blues/Fusion

The jazz-funk supergroup Third Rail has absolutely phenomenal bloodlines and impeccable credentials. The lineup is a who's who of the downtown New York art scene: guitarist James Blood Ulmer of the Music Revelation Ensemble, Ornette Coleman's group, and numerous solo albums; drummer Joseph "Ziggy" Modeliste, formerly of the mighty Meters, New Orleans' definitive band; vocalist, keyboardist, and composer Amina Claudine Myers of the avant-jazz collective Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians; the extraordinary keyboardist Bernie Worrell, of Talking Heads and Parliament/Funkadelic legend; and, of course, Bill Laswell, the bassist/producer who is required by law to appear on every third album recorded in New York City since 1981.
Music Revelation Ensemble: In The Name Of... (1994)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 18 Feb 2022 20:47:42 | Comments : 1

Music Revelation Ensemble: In The Name Of... (1994)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 401,9 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW/Columbia CK 67101 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

Guitarist James Blood Ulmer, whose "harmolodic" approach has given him a reputation as one of the most radically inventive artists on the jazz scene today, leads this eclectic ensemble through a set that combines elements of rock, blues, funk and free jazz. Bassist Amin Ali and drummer Cornell W. Rochester complete the regular cast, while saxophonists Arthur Blythe, Sam Rivers and Hamiet Bluiett all make guest appearances.
James "Blood" Ulmer: Harmolodic Guitar With Strings (1993)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 18 Feb 2022 20:44:23 | Comments : 0

James "Blood" Ulmer: Harmolodic Guitar With Strings (1993)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 254,9 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW-878 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

Harmolodic guitarist James Blood Ulmer extends his own musical vocabulary by using a string quartet to feature his first notated harmolodic compositions. This is not a jazz or classical string quartet but a harmolodic string quartet. Briefly, the system developed by Ornette Coleman and later extended by Ulmer reveals the possibilities for all members of an ensemble to play with equal weight; there is no tonal, melodic, or rhythmic hierarchy. These compositions work that way -- the string quartet doesn't merely back Ulmer. There are five compositions on the disc: three of them are written in movements, and another is a complete reconstruction of Tales of Captain Black.
Lacuna Coil: Karmacode (2006/2008)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 17 Feb 2022 15:42:37 | Comments : 0

Lacuna Coil: Karmacode (2006/2008)
DVD5 | Slides NTSC Region 0 | DTS, DD5.1 | 14 X 99 MB + 1 X 92,4 MB| RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Goth Rock, Hard Rock, Prog Metal | Label: Century Media

Many fans of prog metal would like to believe that once upon a time, the dramatic mood and operatic self-importance that define the genre came as a natural result of the music's compositional influences, and only recently has the over-the-top tone taken priority over musical quality. Whether or not such a magical time ever really existed, Lacuna Coil hearkens back to those possibly imaginary days with their 2006 release Karmacode.
Gary Moore: Back To The Blues (2002)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 17 Feb 2022 15:14:51 | Comments : 2

Gary Moore: Back To The Blues (2002)
DVD-A ISO + DTS CD (DTS WAVs) | NTSC MLP/DD5.1 + 44/24 5.1 DTS
30 X 99 MB + 1 X 84,3 MB/5 x 99 MB + 1 X 6,9 MB| RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Blues/Rock | Label: Silverline | Source: Retail DVD-A

Six years after his successful tribute to Peter Green, Gary Moore follows with another solid electric blues-rock effort that falls squarely in line with his similarly themed albums Still Got the Blues, After Hours, and Blues Alive.
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Music Revelation Ensemble: AFter Dark (1992)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 17 Feb 2022 15:14:23 | Comments : 1

Music Revelation Ensemble: AFter Dark (1992)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 438,2 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW-855 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

MRE is fast becoming Ulmer's most successful and consistent outlet. What's more because of its innovation and hard rocking intensity and groove, it's totally fine to say you like jazz-rock again.
Various Artists: Celebrating The Music Of Weather Report (2000/2001)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 16 Feb 2022 18:42:40 | Comments : 0

Various Artists: Celebrating The Music Of Weather Report (2000/2001)
DVD-A ISO | NTSC MLP, DTS, DD5.1 | 39 X 99 MB + 1 X 61,2 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Jazz/Fusion | Label: Telarc

Telarc and producer Jason Miles brought in a boat-load of contemporary jazz heavyweights to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Weather Report's formation with this recording, and quite a celebration it is. Miles and his all-star cast have managed to remain true to the original music, while updating and opening up the arrangements.
The Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy (2004)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 16 Feb 2022 18:39:34 | Comments : 0

The Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy (2004)
DVD-A ISO + INI | NTSC MLP 5.1/2.0, DTS, LPCM | 56 X 99 MB + 1 X 92,1 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Genre: Pop/Vocal | Label: DTS Entertainment

When the Polyphonic Spree first appeared in 2000, the Dallas symphonic pop group was as much a band as a "happening," in the 1960s sense of the word. The Spree's two dozen members took the stage in flowing robes of snowy white, an appropriate backdrop for their happy and uplifting blend of pop, orchestral rock, and minimal touches of gospel. The costumes changed over the years, but the Polyphonic Spree's message remained consistent, drawing comparisons to the Flaming Lips and the Beach Boys with a smidgen of lively Godspell-like attitude thrown into the mix.
James "Blood" Ulmer: Black And Blues (1991)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 16 Feb 2022 16:56:53 | Comments : 0

James "Blood" Ulmer: Black And Blues (1991)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 347,7 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW-845 | Genre: Blues/Rock/Jazz/Free Funk

"James "Blood" Ulmer (born 2 February 2022 in St. Matthews, South Carolina) is an American jazz and blues guitarist and singer. Ulmer's distinctive guitar sound has been described as "jagged" and "stinging." His singing has been called "raggedly soulful."
Music Revelation Ensemble: Elec. Jazz (1990)
Posted By : wustenratte | Date : 16 Feb 2022 16:47:14 | Comments : 1

Music Revelation Ensemble: Elec. Jazz (1990)
EAC rip | FLAC + LOG + CUE | Scans | 310,1 MB | RS | 3% recovery
Label: DIW-839 | Genre: Jazz/Avant-Garde/Free Funk

Essentially James "Blood" Ulmer's band, the Music Revelation Ensemble both harks back to his early recorded history with saxophonist David Murray and seeks to update the guitarist's unique fusion of funk, out jazz, and hardcore blues.
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