Ringo Starr Beaucoups Of Blues (1970)

Ringo Starr - Beaucoups Of Blues (1970) Repost  

Posted by v3122 at March 20, 2015
Ringo Starr - Beaucoups Of Blues (1970) Repost

Ringo Starr - Beaucoups Of Blues (1970)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1995 | EMI, 7243 8 32675 2 1 | ~ 260 or 106 Mb | Scans(png) -> 53 Mb
Pop Rock / Country Rock

Ringo Starr had a demonstrated affinity for country music, as heard on such Beatles recordings as "Act Naturally," and he sounded as modestly comfortable on this Nashville-recorded session as in any other musical context. The cream of the city's session players backed up the former Beatle on a set of newly written songs, and the result was a typical country effort, pleasant as long as you didn't expect too much…

Ringo Starr - The Anthology...So Far (2008)  Music

Posted by thingska at Sept. 7, 2010
Ringo Starr - The Anthology...So Far (2008)

Ringo Starr - The Anthology…So Far (2008)
3CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-image +cue +log +Booklet/SCANS | August 15, 2008 | 1.49 Gb
Genre: Pop, Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Eagle | Hotfile, Fileserve

This is not simply Ringo Starr's greatest hits, but a huge assembling of some of Rock's most enduring stars. Ringo has packed top notch band leaders into concert performances that bring back fantastic memories. Highlights include Peter Frampton performing his famous 'live' "Show Me The Way" and "Baby I Love Your Way", Jack Bruce singing the classics, "Sunshine Of Your Love" and "I Feel Free" from Cream and Joe Walsh with "Life In The Fast Land" and "Desperado". This is just a sampling of great tight live performances that Ringo surrounds himself with. He doesn't forget all the classic Beatles hits that he sang, including "Yellow Submarine", It Don't Come Easy", his own "Photograph" and the incredible "With A Little Help From My Friends" as a closer!

Lindisfarne - Nicely Out Of Tune (1970)  Music

Posted by Designol at March 26, 2017
Lindisfarne - Nicely Out Of Tune (1970)

Lindisfarne - Nicely Out Of Tune (1970)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 316 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 143 Mb | Scans included
British Folk-Rock, Folk-Prog, Psychedelic | Label: Virgin | # CASCD 1025 | 00:53:01

Easily the best album the group ever recorded, Nicely Out Of Tune is one of the prettiest folk-rock albums of the late 1960s. If Lindisfarne had never recorded anything else, they'd be one of the most fondly remembered acts of their era just for this album. "Lady Eleanor" is a very pretty tune that manages to incorporate elegant mandolin over some heavy rock riffing. "Road To Kingdom Come" is closer in spirit to the group's usual pub-rock sound, a singalong-type number with lots of really crunchy harmonica, mandolin, and fiddle, and a really catchy chorus – "Jackhammer Blues" is pretty nearly as good a rocker. But "Winter Song" is one of the gentlest, most haunting folk ballads of its period, almost too pretty to have come from a rock band, and "Alan In The River With Flowers" isn't far behind. The rest is in the same class and league, and as a bonus the CD contains two lost B-sides, "Knackers Yard Blues" and "Nothing But The Marvelous Is Beautiful" – they're not bad, either.
Freddie Hubbard - The Hub Of Hubbard (1970/2016) [DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC]

Freddie Hubbard - The Hub Of Hubbard (1970/2016)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time - 35:04 minutes | 988 MB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 35:04 minutes | 695 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, whose Atlantic recordings had straddled the boundary between hard bop and the avant-garde, sticks to bebop on this excellent recording. Performing in a quintet with tenor-saxophonist Eddie Daniels, pianist Roland Hanna, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Louis Hayes, Hubbard is in top form on these four selections.

Jimi Hendrix - Band Of Gypsys (1970)  Music

Posted by Oksana_m at Dec. 24, 2016
Jimi Hendrix - Band Of Gypsys (1970)

Jimi Hendrix - Band Of Gypsys (1970)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log > 314 Mb | Mp3 CBR 320Kpbs > 116 Mb
Psychedelic/Blues Rock | TT - 45:38 | Label: Polydor KK | Cat. # P20P 22006 | 1989, Japan
Scans (Jpg) Included | NitroFlare, FileFactory

Band of Gypsys was the only live recording authorized by Jimi Hendrix before his death. It was recorded and released in order to get Hendrix out from under a contractual obligation that had been hanging over his head for a couple years…

Free - Tons Of Sobs (1970) [1990, Island 842 784-2]  Music

Posted by Oksana_m at Nov. 22, 2016
Free - Tons Of Sobs (1970) [1990, Island 842 784-2]

Free - Tons Of Sobs (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log > 252 Mb | Mp3 CBR 320Kpbs > 105 Mb
Blues Rock, Classic Rock | TT - 38:58 | Label: Island | Cat. # 842 784-2 | France
Scans (Jpg) Included | NitroFlare, FileFactory

Although Free was never destined to scrape the same skies as Led Zeppelin, when they first burst out of the traps in 1968, close to a year ahead of Jimmy Page and company, they set the world of British blues-rock firmly on its head, a blistering combination of youth, ambition, and, despite those tender years, experience that, across the course of their debut album, did indeed lay the groundwork for all that Zeppelin would embrace…
Santana - Santana IV - Live at The House of Blues, Las Vegas [BDRip 1080p]

Santana - Santana IV - Live at The House of Blues, Las Vegas [BDRip 1080p]
BDRip 1080p | MKV | 9911 kbps, 1920x1080 (16:9) at 29.970 fps, AVC (High@L4.1)
Audio: 1742 kbps, 48 khz, 24 bits, 2 channels, FLAC
Genre: Rock, Pop | Length: 02:14:00 | 10.9 GB
Focus ‎– In And Out Of Focus (1970) Sire/SAS-7404 - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Focus ‎– In And Out Of Focus
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz
Label: Sire / SAS-7404 | Release: 1970 | This Issue: 1973 | Genre: Symphonic-Rock

Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.
It's amazing and fascinating to know how FOCUS were (and still are) popular in Brazil. They are good and really deserved that distinction but I also realize that their first output came in a moment that part of the younger generation was eager to some new sounds, experiences and perspectives - a new focus, indeed. Those kids that became teenagers in late 60s had received musical information coming from BEATLES, MOODY BLUES, PROCOL HARUM, early FLOYD and CRIMSON, and so they were naturally looking for novelties, a niche filled amongst other by FOCUS.
Charles Mingus - Three or Four Shades of Blues (1977) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster WPCR-27206}

Charles Mingus - Three or Four Shades of Blues (1977) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster WPCR-27206}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 272 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 105 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 11 Mb | 5% repair rar | 24bit remaster
© 1977, 2013 Atlantic / Rhino / Warner Japan / WEA | WPCR-27206 / 8122-79641-3 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Post Bop / Post Bebop / Jazz Blues / Bass

Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. I have almost everything available by Mingus and had passed on this because I didn't think I needed yet more versions of some of his classics by what seems like an unlikely crew in tow. How wrong I was!!!! Mingus is apparently playing with a mic on his bass and you can easily hear what a monster he is, how sublime he can be, and it is totally thrilling. Coryell and Catherine have their flurry of notes thing going but it does not come off as showing off or dull fusion riffing. They - and the rest of the band- sound as if they were meant to be, really listening and bringing something wonderfully new to Mingus music.

The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)  Music

Posted by uff at March 6, 2016
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)

The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Treshold 983 770-6, SACD Red Book layer | rem: 2006 | 495Mb

Question of Balance, the Moody Blues first real attempt at a harder rock sound, still has some psychedelic elements, but they're achieved with an overall leaner studio sound. The group was trying to take stock of itself at this time, and came up with some surprisingly strong, lean numbers (Michael Pinder's Mellotron is surprisingly restrained until the final number, "The Balance"), which also embraced politics for the first time (Question seemed to display the dislocation that a lot of younger listeners were feeling during Vietnam).