John Entwistle The Rock

John Entwistle - The Rock (1996)  

Posted by uff at Dec. 9, 2013
John Entwistle - The Rock (1996)

John Entwistle - The Rock (1996)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Repertoire REP 4696-WV | rel: 1998 | 350Mb

The Rock is the sixth solo album by John Entwistle, bassist for The Who. It is his only solo album on which he did not sing lead vocals, a role performed instead by Canadian Henry Small. Beginning in 1985, the album was recorded over an 18-month period at Entwistle's own Hammerhead Studios in England and, on completion, was released as a private pressing by his label, WEA Records, but it was not publicly released until 1996. Having remained in the vaults for ten years, the album has subsequently been released in four different editions between 1996 and 2005, with separate covers for each. ~Wikipedia
John Fogerty - The Rock & Roll All Stars: Live Broadcasts 1985-1986 (2014)

John Fogerty - The Rock & Roll All Stars: Live Broadcasts 1985-1986 (2014)
Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:12:07 | 166 MB
Label: Iconography | Release Year: 2014

Having split Creedence Clearwater Revival at the end of the previous year, John Fogerty went solo in 1973 and released his first solo-album as The Blue Ridge Rangers. Fogerty played all the instruments on covers of old county songs such as Hank Williams Jamabalaya , a hit single in the same year. His second, eponymous solo album was released in 1975 but sales were slim and legal problems delayed a follow-up, although it yielded Rockin' All over the World , a top 40 entry for Fogerty in North America and, in 1977 a huge hit for Status Quo that made the song world-famous. Fogerty finished an album called Hoodoo in 1976, but it was rejected by his label Asylum and the tapes were destroyed.

John Entwistle - So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology (2005)  Music

Posted by Hungry Mind at April 20, 2012
John Entwistle - So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology (2005)

John Entwistle - So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology (2005)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 1,08 GB | Complete Scans | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.98) - 362 MB
Genre: rock | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Sanctuary Records | # SMEDD 138 | 2005

As evidenced by the songs John Entwistle wrote for the Who ("Boris the Spider," "My Wife," "Success Story," etc.), the group's bassist had a knack for penning straight-ahead hard rockers. But those expecting Entwistle to stick with hard rock on his subsequent solo outings were in for a surprise, as evidenced by the double-disc collection So Who's the Bass Player: The Ox Anthology. Covering his entire solo career (1971's Smash Your Head Against the Wall through 2000's Music from Van-Pires), The Ox Anthology is a fine overview of Entwistle's unpredictable work outside the Who.
John Berberian and the Rock East Ensemble - Middle Eastern Rock (1969)

John Berberian and the Rock East Ensemble - Middle Eastern Rock (1969)
World | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Acid Symposium AS006 | rel: 2001 | 260Mb

Released originally in 1969, Middle Eastern Rock is a unique, compelling fusion record from Armenian-American oud player John Berberian. The Rock East Ensemble, Beberian’s backing band, consists of the artist’s standard group, which specializes in traditional Armenian music with a jazz edge, and American session musicians who bring more of a rock sound. The results, which blend elements of psychedelia, free jazz, surf music, and various klezmer, African, and Middle Eastern textures, are dazzling, and are sure to thrill anyone with a taste for rare "outside" albums. ~Allmusic
VA - The Many Faces Of The Who: A Journey Through The Inner World Of The Who (2016)

VA - The Many Faces Of The Who: A Journey Through The Inner World Of The Who (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image) +cue, log, scans - 960 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 322 MB | 02:20:29
Classic Rock, Hard Rock | Label: Music Brokers | Release Year: 2016

For many The Who is the best British rock band that emerge in the 60s. In its original formation (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon and John Entwistle) the group had four unique and charismatic personalities. Townshend was always the ideologue and visionary of the band, someone that from a cultural point of view, always rose above the average rock musician. Also, although being a limited –technically speaking- musician, he was highly original, both for the sophisticated chords he played and for his particular ideas when he was approaching his guitar solos, not to mention his devastating stage presence that made him one of the rock's biggest guitar icons.

John Entwistle - Bass Guitar Master Class  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at July 27, 2015
John Entwistle - Bass Guitar Master Class

John Entwistle - Bass Guitar Master Class
DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~6638 kbps | English: AC3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | Subtitles: Spanish, French, German, Italian | 01:03:44 | 2.96 GB
Genre: Guitar Lessons

The Who's legendary John Entwistle gives a personal bass lesson that covers fingering, licks, octave style, chords, hammer-ons, pull-offs, picking techniques, harmonics, soloing concepts, walking bass lines, string-bending and phrasing all in the famous Entwistle style. Here is a unique chance to learn from the man who wrote the book when it comes to rock 'n' roll electric bass.
John Entwistle - Thunderfingers: The Best Of John Entwistle (1996)

John Entwistle - Thunderfingers: The Best Of John Entwistle (1996)
Rock | EAC rip | Ape: IMG+CUE+EAC/log -> 474 MB | mp3@VBR V0 (249kbps) -> 150 MB
76:00 min | scans | RAR inc. 3% recovery | UL & FF | Rhino Records R2 72570
John Barry - The Knack ...And How to Get It: Original MGM Motion Picture Score (1965) Limited Edition Reissue 2011

John Barry - The Knack …And How to Get It: Original MGM Motion Picture Score (1965)
EAC | FLAC (Image) + cue.+log ~ 206 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 77 Mb | Scans ~ 57 Mb
Soundtrack, Score, Easy Listening, Jazz | Label: Quartet | # QRSCE024 | 00:33:15

A superbly atmospheric John Barry score effectively conveyed the mood of swinging London for this 1965 film by Richard Lester. Usually playing around with variations of the haunting main theme, Barry used vivacious horns, melancholic strings, and above all a groovy jazz organ (played by Alan Haven). A couple of the tracks don't work well in isolation: the vaudevillian "Something's Up!," and the vocal version of the main theme (not used in the film) by mediocre singer Johnny De Little. But overall, it's got a consistently captivating groove, rating as one of Barry's best scores.
John Mayer - The Search For Everything (2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

John Mayer - The Search For Everything (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 43:54 minutes | 952 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

John Mayer is back with his first full-length album in more than three years. Mayer's 12-track set "The Search for Everything" includes four previously-unreleased works and recordings from the first two "Wave" EPs, which both bowed at No.1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart earlier this year.

John Mayall - The Last Of The British Blues (1978)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 16, 2017
John Mayall - The Last Of The British Blues (1978)

John Mayall - The Last Of The British Blues (1978)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 278 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 96 Mb | Scans included
British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: One Way Records | # MCAD-22074 | Time: 00:40:25

This was the last of the six albums John Mayall originally made for Blue Thumb/ABC Records between 1975 and 1978, about which he has said, "ABC released six of my albums as a tax write-off. A week after they were released you couldn't find them in any store." It's a live album on which Mayall fronts a quartet consisting of guitarist James Quill Smith (who sings lead on several songs), bassist Steve Thompson, and drummer Soko Richardson. The approach is rock-oriented, and the set list includes such Bluesbreakers favorites as Mose Allison's "Parchman Farm," and Freddie King's "Hideaway" (taken at a frantic tempo), along with the usual complement of generic Mayall originals, among them, a remake of "The Bear," from Blues From Laurel Canyon.