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Les Schtroumpfs et le village perdu / Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017)

Les Schtroumpfs et le village perdu / Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017)
TS | AVI | 1h 20mn | 720x384 | XVID@2270 Kbps | French (dubbed) | MP3@128 Kpbs | 2 channels | Subtitles: None | 1.36 GB
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

La Schtroumpfette, le Schtroumpf costaud, le Schtroumpf à lunettes et le Schtroumpf maladroit ont filé en douce pour suivre une carte vers un mystérieux village. Mais le chemin qui y mène regorge d'embuches, de créatures magiques et de souterrains labyrinthiques. Il leur faudra par ailleurs redoubl ler de prudence puisque Gargamel n'est pas loin et compte bien les arrêter
Freddy Kempf - Beethoven: Pathetique, Moonlight & Appassionata (2004) [Official Digital Download 24/88]

Freddy Kempf - Beethoven: Pathetique, Moonlight & Appassionata (2004)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88.2 kHz | Time - 62:49 minutes | 906 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

The first disc we released with Freddy Kempf playing Beethoven (BIS-CD-1120) was welcomed with great acclaim all over the world. English reviewers called his interpretations "fresh, vibrant readings presented in a fluent eagerly communicative style‚ (Gramophone) and judged that "Kempf's insight into the character of each of these Olympian masterpieces is astonishing and is allied to formidable virtuosity and musicianship" (Sunday Telegraph). Of course the great thing about Beethoven, as with all great music, is that there are no definitive performances.
Freddy Kempf - Liszt: 12 Etudes d'execution transcendante (2002) [Official Digital Download 24/44]

Freddy Kempf - Liszt: 12 Etudes d'execution transcendante (2002)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time - 66:35 minutes | 387 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Award-winning British pianist Freddy Kempf had already made a name for himself performing these Liszt Études live before releasing this recording in 2002, all while still in his early 20s.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Don't Get Lost (2017)  Music

Posted by delpotro at May 16, 2017
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Don't Get Lost (2017)

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Don't Get Lost (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | 01:10:57 | 427 Mb
Psychedelic Rock | Label: 'a' Recordings

Arriving a scant four months after their last full-length, Don't Get Lost finds Brian Jonestown Massacre trekking ever further afield into the psych wilderness. Since launching his Cobra Studio in Berlin, bandleader Anton Newcombe has turned his operation into a bursting warehouse of sound, opening the floodgates to deliver a torrent of new music over the early 2010s. Bearing the name of a song from 2016's Third World Pyramid, the 14-track Don't Get Lost offers a pretty wide cross-section of BJM's various modes, with a particular emphasis on electronic experimentations.

Channel 4 - Lost Worlds: The Story of Archaeology (2000)  Video

Posted by Tutorial at May 16, 2017
Channel 4 - Lost Worlds: The Story of Archaeology (2000)

Channel 4 - Lost Worlds: The Story of Archaeology (2000)
DVDRip | 704 x 400 | .AVI/XviD @ 2030 Kbps | 6x~50mn | 5.21 GB
Audio: English AC-3 448 Kbps, 6 channels | Subs: None
Genre: Documentary, History

This six-part series presents the definitive history of archaeology, a 250-year worldwide odyssey that began with the unearthing of the ruins of Pompeii buried beneath the ash of Mt. Vesuvius. In a short time, archaeologists started pursuing very different objectives: some were treasure-seekers hoping to plunder antiquities of the ancient world; others sought to prove theories about the origins of civilization or the historical accuracy of Homer or the Bible; still others focused on humans themselves, trying to determine the age of the species.

Freddy Cole - Rio De Janeiro Blue (2001)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 14, 2017
Freddy Cole - Rio De Janeiro Blue (2001)

Freddy Cole - Rio De Janeiro Blue (2001)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 262 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 126 Mb | Scans ~ 66 Mb
Vocal Jazz, Piano Jazz, Latin Jazz | Label: Telarc | # CD-83525 | 00:52:40

Freddy Cole is a marvelous singer, combining consummate ease with a lyric and acute sense of melodic and rhythmic phrasing. Whether it's the lost love of the title song or the reliable romance of Cole Porter's "I Concentrate on You," Cole's warm baritone creates the impression that everything he sings has been made up on the spot, as if every lyric is the current sum of his thoughts and experiences. That conversational art is much in evidence in this mix of Brazilian and jazz tunes, extending to the way Cole interacts with his sidemen and they with him. There are two basic groups here, an all-star Latin septet with arrangements by pianist Arturo O'Farrill and Cole's own working quartet, but there are also several permutations in between. O'Farrill's work is tailor-made to Cole's throaty voice, mixing it with contrasting flute and guitar and complementary trombone timbres, the latter provided by Angel "Papa" Vazquez, just one of several superb soloists. Tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander adds inventive, hard-swinging tenor to "I Concentrate"; Joe Beck's guitars define the delicacy of Jobim's "Sem Voce," sung here in the original Portuguese; and O'Farrill's piano is a dancing delight whenever it comes to the fore.
DJ Shadow/DJ Krush - Lost & Found (S.F.L.)/Kemuri (UK CD5) (1994) {Mo' Wax}

DJ Shadow/DJ Krush - Lost & Found (S.F.L.)/Kemuri (UK CD5) (1994) {Mo' Wax}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 91 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 36 mb
Genre: hip-hop, downtempo, electronica, sample-based

"Lost & Found (S.F.L.)"/"Kemuri" is a split single on Mo' Wax between American producer DJ Shadow and Japanese producer DJ Krush. Originally released in 1994, this CD was released on 27 May, 1996.

Roger Eno - Lost In Translation (1994)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at May 11, 2017
Roger Eno - Lost In Translation (1994)

Roger Eno - Lost In Translation (1994)
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 229 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 125 Mb | Scans | Time: 53:09
All Saints Records Ltd. | ASCD18
Modern Classical, Ambient, New Age, Abstract

First released in 1994 by All Saints Records, 'Lost In Translation' is another stunning album from Roger Eno. 'Ne Cede Mella' is archaic in feel, but still a beautifull piece of vocal work underpinned by contrasting strings, piano and the buzz of electronics. 'Mariachi Funeral' is playful, taking the music of the title and turning it into something peculiarly enigmatic while 'The Green Grass' carries on that same, lilting, processional tone.
Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Lost In The New Real (2012) [2CD Limited Edition] (Repost)

Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Lost In The New Real (2012) [2CD Limited Edition]
EAC Rip | APE (image+.cue+log) - 647 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 213 MB | Data - 320 MB | Covers - 52 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: InsideOut Music/Century Media Records (IOMLTDCD 356/0505870)

Lost in the New Real (also referred to as Arjen Anthony Lucassen's Lost in the New Real) is the second solo studio album by Dutch songwriter, producer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Arjen Anthony Lucassen. It is Lucassen's first solo album since Pools of Sorrow, Waves of Joy released 18 years ago under the name Anthony, before he reached fame with his progressive metal/rock opera project Ayreon. He sang lead vocals for the first time since the first album, and played most of the instruments himself including all guitars, bass and keyboards.
On Lost in the New Real, Lucassen does a very good job at creating some wonderful sound textures, by mixing the melodic progressive rock with some guitar metal riffs and adding some excellent keyboard works, a solid drumming and some folk music amidst.

Freddy Cole - To The Ends Of The Earth (1997)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 7, 2017
Freddy Cole - To The Ends Of The Earth (1997)

Freddy Cole - To The Ends Of The Earth (1997)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 369 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 161 Mb | Scans ~ 49 Mb | 01:07:33
Vocal Jazz, Piano Jazz, Mainstream Jazz | Label: Fantasy Records | # FCD-9675-2

It's hardly a criticism of Freddy Cole to say that he sounds almost eerily like big brother Nat. They share an unmistakable vocal timbre that can only be attributed to incredibly fortunate genes. This 1997 Fantasy album is one of his best. A swinging collection of standards delivered with elegance, emotion, and a mature confidence. Few singers know their way around an old tune like Cole. An outstanding pianist (again like his brother), Cole bows out on the keyboards on all but one tune here in favor of soulful young phenom Cyrus Chestnut.