John The Revelator 1970 Wild Blues

John The Revelator - Wild Blues (1970)  

Posted by v3122 at July 10, 2013
John The Revelator - Wild Blues (1970)

John The Revelator - Wild Blues (1970)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2003 | Pseudonym Records, CDP-1087-DD | ~ 381 or 383 or 161 Mb | Scans Included
Blues / Blues Rock

This is a wonderful CD. Great musicianship, instrumentation, beat. Combo of blues, rock, rock and roll. Can listen to the songs over and over again. Makes you want to get up and dance or at least sway to the beat…
Phil Kline - John the Revelator: A Mass for Six Voices (2009)

Phil Kline - John the Revelator: A Mass for Six Voices (2009)
Contemporary Classical, Vocal | Cantaloupe | 2009 | 49:19 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Booklet | RS | 292 MB
Lionheart (vocal ensemble), ETHEL (string quartet), Phil Kline (organ)

From vast boombox symphonies to chamber music and song cycles, Phil Kline's (b. 1953) work has been hailed for its originality, beauty, subversive subtext, and wit. ...In terms of its harmonic make-up this album begins in a traditional enough format, but once the inaugural choral sequence is dispensed with, the uncompromising strings of 'Offertorium' bring a very contemporary sense of uncertainty, as the piece swells with strange and ambiguous drama. Towards the end of the mass the choir lose their grip on language altogether, groaning their way through 'Dark Was The Night' , as all the while jagged strings stab and slash around in the background. Powerful stuff.
John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers (1966) [MFSL, UDCD 616]

John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers (1966)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1994 | MFSL, UDCD 616 | ~ 247 or 88 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 54 Mb
Blues-Rock / Blues

Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton was Eric Clapton's first fully realized album as a blues guitarist – more than that, it was a seminal blues album of the 1960s, perhaps the best British blues album ever cut, and the best LP ever recorded by John Mayall's Bluesbreakers…
John Lee Hooker - Don't Turn Me From Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues (1963) Japanese Reissue 2012 [Re-Up]

John Lee Hooker - Don't Turn Me From Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues (1963)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 189 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 119 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Blues, Country Blues | Label: Warner Music Japan Inc. | # WPCR-27583 | Time: 00:43:34

Don't Turn Me From Your Door comprises a set of 1953 sessions that were originally released in 1963 and later in 1972, under the title Detroit Special. Despite its twisted historical background, this is fine, first-rate Hooker. A few tracks feature the support of guitarist/vocalist Eddie Kirkland, a few others, an unnamed bassist, but this is pretty much pure John Lee Hooker – just him and a guitar, running through a set of spare, haunting blues that include such tracks as "Blue Monday" and "Stuttering Blues." There are none of his best-known tracks on the album, but it's one of his most consistent original records.
John Surman, Stu Martin, Barre Phillips - The Trio (1970) {2CD Victor-Dawn Records, Mini LP 20bitK2, VICP-62207~8}

John Surman, Stu Martin, Barre Phillips - The Trio (1970) {2CD Victor-Dawn Records, Mini LP 20bitK2, VICP-62207~8}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 680 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 234 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 40 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1970, 2002 Victor / Dawn Records | VICP-62207~8
Jazz / Post Bop / Avant-Garde Jazz

This set was also issued as two separate LPs under John Surman’s name, Vogue VJD 505/1 and VJD 505/2. Rare bit of free jazz by this trio of British players from the early 70′s. The music is very intense, without any of the noodling that sometimes ruins Brit sessions from the time. Surman plays baritone, soprano, and bass clarinet, and he really blows like mad in some passages. The sound quality of this album is stunning! In the autumn of 1969, John Surman decided to make a break and joined forces with Barre Phillips and Stu Martin, to form a group they called The Trio. Phillips had a varied background, having worked as a sideman with Archie Shepp, Jimmy Giuffre and George Russell, as well as performing solo in Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic.
John Renbourn ‎- The Lady And The Unicorn (1970) Lost Lake Arts/LL-0087 - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - NEW EQUIPMENT!

John Renbourn ‎- The Lady And The Unicorn
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb & 200mb
Label: Lost Lake Arts/LL-0087 | Release: 1970 | This Issue: 1986 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive folk music
Renbourn's last solo album for the next six years overlaps with his Pentangle work, featuring Terry Cox playing hand drums and glockenspiel, with future John Renbourn band member Tony Roberts and violinist Dave Swarbrick.
Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection (1970) [Reissue 2004] {2.0 & 5.1} PS3 ISO + FLAC {RE-UP}

Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection (1970) [Reissue 2004] {2.0 & 5.1}
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 59:39 minutes | Scans included | 4,21 GB
or FLAC 2.0 (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | 60:08 mins | Scans included | 1,25 GB
Remastered SACD Reissue 2004 | Features 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 multichannel surround sound

Tumbleweed Connection is the third album by English singer/songwriter Elton John. It is a concept album based on the country and western/Americana themes. All songs are written by John and Bernie Taupin, with the exception of "Love Song" by Lesley Duncan. The album was recorded at Trident Studios, London, England in March 1970 and released in October of the same year. It peaked at #2 on the UK Albums Chart and #5 on the US Billboard 200 chart. In the US, it was certified gold in March 1971 and platinum in August 1998 by the RIAA. In 2003, Tumbleweed Connection was ranked #463 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers (Decca 1966) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers (1966)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 787Mb inc. 5% recovery
Rapidshare | Rock, British Blues | 1974 Decca repress / SKL 4804

It's hard to believe by listening to the sort of watered-down pap that Eric Clapton has cranked out the past few years, but at one time the big King of all Guitar Gods played with great style, passion and ingenuity. Look no further than Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton to find documentation of the artist's early six-string prowess. Reverend Keith A. Gordon, About.com: Blues

Eddy 'The Chief' Clearwater - Reservation Blues (2000)  Music

Posted by Designol at Nov. 18, 2016
Eddy 'The Chief' Clearwater - Reservation Blues (2000)

Eddy ''The Chief'' Clearwater - Reservation Blues (2000)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 396 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 150 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues | Label: Bullseye Blues & Jazz | # 11661-9636-2 | 00:54:49

Eddy Clearwater is equally talented as a bluish singer and as an improvising guitarist. On Reservation Blues, he ranges from Chicago blues to rock & roll, throwing in a couple instrumentals too. His repertoire includes both socially relevant lyrics and good-time music, featuring some of the latter when the former gets a bit too somber. Although there are some solid solos from his supporting players (including three guitar spots for Duke Robillard, two fine solos from tenor saxophonist Dennis Taylor, and a guest appearance by Carey Bell on harmonica during "Find Yourself"), Clearwater is the main star throughout. Fortunately, he is heard in prime form, whether happily jamming "I Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down" and "Blues Cruise" or singing in a more serious mood on "Winds of Change" and "Everything to Gain." A gem.
The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues At Carnegie Hall (1966) [1994, MFSL 24-Karat Gold, UDCD 596]

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues At Carnegie Hall (1966) [1994, MFSL 24 K Gold, UDCD 596]
Jazz, Post Bop | EAC Rip | WavPack, Img+CUE+LOG+Full Scans-300dpi (JPEG) | 41:23 Min | 236,25 Mb
Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (USA) | Released: 1994-01-09 (1966-04-27)

Blues at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American jazz group the Modern Jazz Quartet featuring performances recorded at Carnegie Hall in 1966 at a benefit concert presented by The Manhattan School of Music and released on the Atlantic label.