Journey Live In Houston 1981 The Escape Tour (2006) [dvd9]

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Journey - Live in Houston 1981: Escape Tour (2005)
DVD-9 | PAL | VOB | 4:3 (720x576) | MPEG-2, ~6.0 Mbps VBR | 25.000 fps | 76:57 min | All Regions | 5.5 GB | Scans
English | Color | LPCM, 1536 kbps, 48.0 khz, 2 ch | AC3, 448 kbps, 48.0 khz, 6 ch | RAR Rec.
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock | SONY BMG Music Entertainment

Recorded and filmed on Journey's "Escape" tour in November of 1981 at the Houston Summit in Houston, Texas, "Live In Houston 1981" captures the band at the height of their commercial success. The concert was first filmed and recorded as a concert for the then-fledgling MTV network.

Journey - Live in Houston 1981: Escape Tour (2005) (DVD9)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at May 17, 2011
Journey - Live in Houston 1981: Escape Tour (2005) (DVD9)

Journey - Live in Houston 1981: Escape Tour (2005)
DVD9 | Video: PAL 720x576 (4:3) | Audio: DD 5.1 Surround, L-PCM 2.0 | 5.4 Gb | Time: 01:16:57
Genre: Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock | Label: SONY BMG Music/CMV | Cat.: 750702

Recorded in 1981, this DVD live set presents Journey at the peak of its powers, on tour in support of the highly successful ESCAPE album (and novelty video game… remember?). The arena-rock band is clearly at home in the cavernous Houston venue, offering up many of the aforementioned record's songs, including the energetic title track, the prom classic "Open Arms," and the anthemic "Don't Stop Believin'." Vocalist Steve Perry belts out the hits in his dramatic signature style and plays the role of hard-rock frontman to perfection, and keyboardist Jonathan Cain, drummer Steve Smith, and guitarist Neal Schon each take lengthy solos, with Schon's moment in the spotlight truly sending fans into a frenzy.
Nigel Kennedy Quintet - The Blue Note Sessions: Live In Paris At The New Morning (2007) [DVD9]

Nigel Kennedy Quintet - The Blue Note Sessions: Live In Paris At The New Morning (2007)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR, Auto Letterboxed 29.97fps 5495 (8052) kbps
Audio: PCM 48000Hz stereo 1536kbps (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | 01:41:54 | 6.77 GB
Jazz, Classical | Nitroflare/Uploadable

Journey - Live in Tokyo (1981) (DVD5)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at April 18, 2011
Journey - Live in Tokyo (1981) (DVD5)

Journey - Live In Tokyo (1981)
DVD5 | Video: NTSC 720x480 (4:3) | Audio: L-PCM 2.0 | 4.2 Gb | Time: 01:37:39
Genre: Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock | Label: Showtime | Cat.: SHOW005-9

With the distinctive voice of Steve Perry, the Show in Tokyo from 1981 contains all the major Journey hits. Featuring Journey's best ever line-up, the musical capabilities of each member are exceptional. Their performance as a band is making Journey to one of the greatest US Rockbands of all time. Tracks include 'Where Were You', 'Line Of Fire', 'When The Love Has Gone', 'Dead Or Alive', 'Too Late', 'Party Is Over', 'Anyway You Want It', and more.
Chris Rea - The Road To Hell & Back: The Farewell Tour (2006)

Chris Rea - The Road To Hell & Back: The Farewell Tour (2006)
DVD9(image) | Language: English | 110mins | 720 x 480 | FPS (29.97fps) | MPEG-2 9800Kbps | DTS-768Kbps | 7.29 GB
DVD5(image) | Language: English + Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese | 55mins | 720 x 480 | FPS (29.97fps) | MPEG-2 9800Kbps | PCM-1536Kbps | 3.85 GB
Genre: Rock | Studio: Universal Music Operations

Chris Rea was a rock star with the sort of gravel voice that was ideally suited to singing the blues, or was he a blues star who occasionally lent his talent to performing rock. The Road to Hell & Back was his 28th album in total including five different greatest-hits compilations, but was his first live album. Recorded at various venues during his 2006 tour from Warsaw to Moscow and Plymouth, Oxford and Brighton, all the tracks show a tight, together band, the Fireflies led by Chris Rea, not in the best of health but enjoying performing to appreciative, sometimes too polite audiences, who applaud in all the right places (at the end of each song).

Journey - Live In Manila (2009) [2016]  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 27, 2016
Journey - Live In Manila (2009) [2016]

Journey - Live In Manila (2009) [2016]
2CD | EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 1,02 Gb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 337 Mb
Scans (PNG, 600 dpi) ~ 176 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Classic Rock, Hard Rock, AOR, Arena Rock | Eagle Vision #EVB335449

Originally released on DVD in 2009, Journey Live In Manila is now being reissued on DVD and Blu-ray; but for the first time featuring the audio from the show on 2CD. This release captures Journey's concert at the SM Mall Of Asia in Manila, Phillipines on March 14th, 2009. It marked the return to his hometown of the band's then newly arrived singer and frontman Arnel Pineda. Journey delivered an inspired performance in front of an adoring crowd as they played a set of greatest hits interspersed with tracks from their 2008 album Revelation. This is a must-have for any Journey fan.

Journey - Live In Manila (2009)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Oct. 21, 2016
Journey - Live In Manila (2009)

Journey - Live In Manila (2009)
Blu-Ray: MPEG-4 AVC 30000 kbps, 1080i, 29.970 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
LPCM 2.0, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit / DTS-HD MA 5.1, 48 kHz, 2726 kbps, 24-bit
Hard Rock | Eagle Vision | Scans Included | 02:21:48 | ~ 39.71 Gb

On March 14, 2009, Journey returned to Arnel Pineda's homeland and introduced him as their newest lead singer to a crowd of nearly 30,000 at the Mall Of Asia Concert Grounds. By the time Journey made their way to Manila, more than 800,000 copies of Revelation had been sold and had been supported with sold-out shows all over the world…
Caro Emerald With The Grandmono Orchestra - Live In Concert At The Heineken Music Hall (2011)

Caro Emerald With The Grandmono Orchestra - Live In Concert At The Heineken Music Hall (2011)
Blu-Ray: MPEG-4 AVC Video, 29999 kbps, 1080i, 25 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
LPCM Audio 2.0, 48 kHz, 1536 kbps, 16-bit
Jazz, Swing, Pop | Grandmono Records | 01:22:12 | ~ 20.15 Gb

Caro Emerald and the Grandmono Orchestra turned the Heineken Music Hall into their own personal ballroom for three fantastic nights in December 2010. It's the perfect ambiance to enjoy all of the hits from her unprecedented cinematic debut album "Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor" live…
Ben Sidran - Dylan Different Live In Paris At The New Morning (2010)

Ben Sidran - Dylan Different Live In Paris At The New Morning (2010)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 61 min | 141 MB
Label: Bonsai Music | Rel: 2010

Pianist-vocalist Ben Sidran is one of those rare characters celebrated as much for their intelligent pronouncements on jazz as their ability to play it, and his 1971 book Black Talk remains one of the great dissertations to deal with both the music and its wider socio-cultural context. In fact, there has always been something wily and urbane in Sidran’s lyric writing and delivery, regardless of whether the subject is lovers, critics, or lovers who criticise. That the smart 67-year-old Chicagoan should tackle the songbook of Bob Dylan, another famously sharp pen in contemporary pop culture, thus makes a certain amount of sense and right from the downbeat Sidran appears to revel in the words as well as melodies of songs that he grew up with and on.
Nicolas Gombert - Missa Media Vita In Morte Sumus - The Hilliard Ensemble (2006) {ECM New Series 1884}

Nicolas Gombert - Missa Media Vita In Morte Sumus - The Hilliard Ensemble (2006) {ECM New Series 1884}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 343 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 180 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 11 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2006 ECM Records | ECM New Series 1884
Classical / Renaissance / Choral

The music of Flemish composer Nicolas Gombert (accent it like "Dilbert"), active in the first generation after Josquin in the 1530s and 1540s, has remained almost completely untouched by the growth in audience enthusiasm for Renaissance music in recent years. Is this because, according to one of those music-historical sidelights reproduced in the notes here, Gombert was once fired from a job for committing "gross indecency" with a choirboy? More likely it's the relatively unchanging texture of his unaccompanied choral music; although it is far from inexpressive, it is quite dense. His language is derived from that of his mentor Josquin, but there are no high-relief points of imitation to grab onto, no moments of lucidity. It's sort of a Renaissance wall of sound, dark-colored, but with flashes of intense red and blue.