Barbara Dickson

Barbara Dickson - The Love Songs  Music

Posted by Acheron at Jan. 8, 2007
Barbara Dickson - The Love Songs

Barbara Dickson ''The Love Songs'' | Genre: Vocal / Easy | 1989
MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps | 59:31 | 136 MB

Barbara Dickson was born on September 27, 1947 in Dunfermline, Scotland. In the 1960's she began making her name as part of the burgeoning Scottish folk scene of the time alongside Jack Beck, Archie Fisher and Rab Noakes. Turning professional in 1969, Barbara cut three acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful folk albums for Decca Records. On the advice of Hamisch Imlach she moved to the north of England to expand her career on the folk circuit. Fate intervened in 1974 when friend Willy Russell offered her the singing role in the hit Beatles' musical "John Paul George Ringo…& Bert". Hits such as "Answer Me", "Another Suitcase In Another Hall" and "January February" followed throughout the late 70's and well into the 1980's, with regular appearances on TV in shows such as "Scotch And Wry" and "The Two Ronnies". By 1985 Barbara was selling out major venues such as London's Royal Albert Hall as she enjoyed her first number one, "I Know Him So Well", with Elaine Paige.
Amy Dickson, Sydney Symphony Orchestra - Island Songs: Peter Sculthorpe, Brett Dean, Ross Edwards (2015)

Peter Sculthorpe - Island Songs; Brett Dean - The Siduri Dances; Ross Edwards - Full Moon Dances
Amy Dickson, saxophone; Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Benjamin Northey & Miguel Harth-Bedoya
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 276 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 149 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony Classical/ABC Classics | # 8875169062 | Time: 01:00:08

Sony has packaged this album like a 1980s disc of music to snog by, but the saxophonist Amy Dickson’s new release is an intriguing and entirely serious collection of recent works by Australian composers, works she did much to create. The title work, premiered by Dickson in 2012, is a late score by Peter Sculthorpe. The first movement is sun drenched and full of yearning, the saxophone soaring over a teeming orchestra; the second is a more unsettled expression of homesickness. Ross Edwards’s concerto entitled the Full Moon Dances – recorded, unlike the rest, live in concert – is elegantly scored and evocative, especially in the opening Mantra, in which the saxophone interweaves with the orchestral soloists, and in the pulsing, almost Stravinsky-esque First Ritual Dance. But it is Brett Dean’s 2007 flute concerto The Siduri Dances, here arranged for saxophone, which offers the most wide-ranging demonstration of Dickson’s mastery with its note-bending, buzzing effects and hectic rhythms.

Patrick Bruel - Bruel Barbara: Le Châtelet (2016) [Live]  Music

Posted by LoveHive at Dec. 1, 2016
Patrick Bruel - Bruel Barbara: Le Châtelet (2016) [Live]

Patrick Bruel - Bruel Barbara: Le Châtelet (2016) [Live]
Chanson | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:32:41 | 214 MB
Label: Columbia

Un voyage émouvant et intense à travers le répertoire de Barbara. Après un album consacré double platine et une tournée triomphale de plus de 40 dates, retrouvez Patrick Bruel comme vous ne l’avez jamais vu ni entendu ! Revivez toute l’émotion de ce concert enregistré le 6 juin 2016 au Théâtre du Châtelet
Bob Marley And The Wailers - The Legend Live: Santa Barbara County Bowl November 25th 1979 (2016)

Bob Marley And The Wailers - The Legend Live: Santa Barbara County Bowl November 25th 1979 (2016)
Reggae, Roots | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:28:57 | 210 MB
Label: Trojan Records | Release Year: 2016

The concert contained on this CD took place at The Santa Barbara County Bowl in the autumn of 1979, when Bob was touring in support of his militant Survival album. And the resulting film is an epochal record of a Bob Marley performance; one that stands up as being easily an equal of the better known Live at the Rainbow show filmed on the Exodus tour in 1977. For all intents and purposes, the Survival tour had kicked off on September 24 1979, when Bob and the Wailers had played a benefit concert for Rasta children in the National Heroes Arena in Kingston: 1979 was the United Nations’ International Year of the Child. At that ‘Heroes’ Park’ show, Bob introduced the audience to a pair of new songs from the imminent Survival album - “Ambush in the Night,” the story of the assassination attempt on his life by gunmen on December 3 1976, and “Zimbabwe,” in which he expressed his militant support of the freedom movement in the country still known as Rhodesia.

Barbara Mandrell - Acoustic Attitude (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Nov. 22, 2016
Barbara Mandrell - Acoustic Attitude (2016)

Barbara Mandrell - Acoustic Attitude
Country | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 38:07 min | 101 MB
Label: Direct | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2016

Acoustic versions of Barbara Mandrell's biggest hits

Amy Dickson - Glass, Tavener, Nyman (2009)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Oct. 24, 2016
Amy Dickson - Glass, Tavener, Nyman (2009)

Amy Dickson - Glass, Tavener, Nyman (2009)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) - 272 MB | MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) - 140 MB | Covers Included | 58:15
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony Music | Catalog: 88697376792

When it comes to the soprano saxophone, some of us might think right off the bat of New Orleans legend Sidney Bechet, which is good. But most think of Kenny G, which is not so good. When it comes to women who play the saxophone, we might think of Candy Dulfer, who is definitely a good player. However, she has a tendency to be ruthlessly commercial and suave, and perhaps that's also not so good. With Australian Amy Dickson we discover a female soprano saxophonist who is offering something far different from either of these mixed options; her main focus is with classical literature, and Dickson has a luscious, creamy tone that sounds somewhere between a clarinet and a flute, reflecting the instrument in the light of the intentions of its creator, Adolphe Sax; even Bechet would have found it tough to beat that action.

Barbara Jay - Reminiscing With Barbara Jay (2003)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 3, 2016
Barbara Jay - Reminiscing With Barbara Jay (2003)

Barbara Jay - Reminiscing With Barbara Jay (2003)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 57 min | 136 MB
Label: Warner Bros | Rel: 2003

Vocalist Barbara Jay is one of the leading vocalists on the international jazz scene. For her first album for some time, she is backed by a quintet of outstanding musicians including Tommy Whittle on tenor sax and Keith Ingham on piano. On a programme of thoughtfully selected songs one is able to appreciate the delicate subtlety and skill that Barbara Jay brings to this classic jazz repertoire.
Barbara Dennerlein - My Moments: Live On Hammond & Pipe Organ (2016)

Barbara Dennerlein - My Moments: Live On Hammond & Pipe Organ (2016)
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps | 71:41 | ~168 Mb
Label: Bebab Records | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2016

Pure magic! Flying hands and feet! An amazing Jazz concert like you never experienced before at both, the Hammond and the pipe organ in a unique concert hall, the Studio Acusticum in Piteå/Sweden. Explore all the wonderful sound details of the Hammond organ with footpedal bass providing acoustic bass samples and the mighty and colorful pipe organ in this unique solo performance. Perhaps only once in a generation or two, a musician emerges whose talent, skill and innovation takes virtuosity on their chosen instrument to a level never seen or heard before. Barbara Dennerlein is such a musician, and the organ, both the Hammond B3 and the Pipe Organ, are her instruments.
Barbara Carr - Savvy Woman 2009 (Remastered Deluxe Edition 2016)

Barbara Carr - Savvy Woman 2009 (Remastered Deluxe Edition 2016)
Blues, Soul, RnB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:03:31 | 148 MB
Label: Barbara Carr | Release Year: 2016

After decades of toiling in obscurity (including a low-profile stint on Chess), Barbara Carr finally began to make a name for herself in the late '90s as a brassy, often X-rated belter in the Southern soul-blues vein. A native of St. Louis, Carr was born Barbara Crosby on January 9, 1941, and began singing in church as a choir girl, eventually forming a family gospel group called the Crosby Sisters. She joined a singing/dancing troupe in grade school and went on to sing in the high school choir, around which time she also helped start a singing group called the Comets Combo that played popular material at local clubs. In 1963, she joined a locally popular group called the Petites, which opened for Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. She met St. Louis-based saxophonist/bandleader Oliver Sain through her brother-in-law (she adopted her husband's last name, Carr) and successfully auditioned to join Sain's band.

Barbara Ray - Vintage Afrikaans (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Aug. 18, 2016
Barbara Ray - Vintage Afrikaans (2016)

Barbara Ray - Vintage Afrikaans (2016)
Country, Vocal | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:07:17 | 158 MB
Label: Gallo Record Company | Release Year: 2016

Barbara Ray McKenzie Brown was born in Dalmellington, Scotland. She is now lives in South Africa where her lifetime achievements have earned her the titles of the undisputed "Queen Of Country" in South Africa.