The Band Music From Big Pink (mfsl)

The Band - Music From Big Pink (MFSL 1-039) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

The Band - Music From Big Pink
"SuperVinyl" / MFSL 1-039
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , m3u, no cue or log (vinyl) artworks | Stereo | 895 Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1968
Styles: Rock | RapidShare Download

None of the Band's previous work gave much of a clue about how they would sound when they released their first album in July 1968. As it was, Music from Big Pink came as a surprise. At first blush, the group seemed to affect the sound of a loose jam session, alternating emphasis on different instruments, while the lead and harmony vocals passed back and forth as if the singers were making up their blend on the spot. In retrospect, especially as the lyrics sank in, the arrangements seemed far more considered and crafted to support a group of songs that took family, faith, and rural life as their subjects and proceeded to imbue their values with uncertainty. Some songs took on the theme of declining institutions less clearly than others, but the points were made musically as much as lyrically. Tenor Richard Manuel's haunting, lonely voice gave the album much of its frightening aspect, while Rick Danko's and Levon Helm's rough-hewn styles reinforced the songs' rustic fervor. The dominant instrument was Garth Hudson's often icy and majestic organ, while Robbie Robertson's unusual guitar work further destabilized the sound. The result was an album that reflected the turmoil of the late '60s in a way that emphasized the tragedy inherent in the conflicts. Music from Big Pink came off as a shockingly divergent musical statement only a year after the ornate productions of Sgt. Pepper, and initially attracted attention because of the three songs Bob Dylan had either written or co-written. However, as soon as "The Weight" became a minor singles chart entry, the album and the group made their own impact, influencing a movement toward roots styles and country elements in rock. Over time, Music from Big Pink came to be regarded as a watershed work in the history of rock, one that introduced new tones and approaches to the constantly evolving genre. Allmusic.
The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) [Japanese Limited SHM-SACD 2014] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) [Japanese Limited SHM-SACD 2014]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 42:02 minutes | Scans included | 1,45 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 857 MB
The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) [2014, Universal Music Japan, UICY-40114]

The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Universal Music Japan, UICY-40114 | ~ 261 or 117 Mb | Scans(png) -> 201 Mb
Blues Rock / Rock & Roll / Folk Rock / Country Rock

None of the Band's previous work gave much of a clue about how they would sound when they released their first album in July 1968. As it was, Music from Big Pink came as a surprise…
The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz] RE-UP

The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 41:18 minutes | 1,8 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Music from Big Pink is the debut studio album by legendary group The Band. It was released in 1968, and the title refers to "Big Pink", a house shared by Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, and Garth Hudson where some of the music for the album was composed. Al Kooper of Rolling Stone gave the album a rave review, and the album also gained attention due to the fact that Bob Dylan co-wrote three songs (as well as illustrating the cover art himself). In the years since its release, Music from Big Pink has been praised by many; Roger Waters has called it the second "most influential record in the history of rock and roll" after Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and that it "affected Pink Floyd deeply, deeply, deeply". The album was ranked #34 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) [MFSL UDSACD 2044]

The Band - Music From Big Pink (1968) [MFSL UDSACD 2044](2009)
Pop/Rock | EAC rip | FLAC: IMG+CUE+EAC/log -> 244 MB | mp3(VBR V0) -> 74 MB
41:40 min | covers | RAR inc. 3% recovery | UL, FF | MFSL UDSACD 2044 (CD layer only)
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The Band - Music From Big Pink [Remastered and Expanded]
Year: 1968, 2000 Capitol Records | CD#: 7243 5 25390 2 4
FLAC-image + Mp3 320 CBR (tracks) | Complete Artwork (600dpi) | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Rock | CD-length 1:14:05 | File-host: RS.com | 447 MB (FLAC) | 169 MB (Mp3)
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Source: my CD-collection | EAC Secure-rip + LOG + CUE

24bit Digitally Remastered & Expanded Edition

The Band - Music From Big Pink [Remastered and Expanded]

The Band - 6 Albums (1968-1975) [MFSL, 2009-2012] (Repost)  Music

Posted by gribovar at March 12, 2017
The Band - 6 Albums (1968-1975) [MFSL, 2009-2012] (Repost)

The Band - 6 Albums (1968-1975) [MFSL, 2009-2012]
EAC Rip | FLAC/WavPack (image+.cue+log) - 1,8 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 751 MB | Covers - 721 MB
Genre: Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

For roughly half a decade, from 1968 through 1975, the Band was one of the most popular and influential rock groups in the world, their music embraced by critics (and, to a somewhat lesser degree, the public) as seriously as the music of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Their albums were analyzed and reviewed as intensely as any records by their one-time employer and sometime mentor Bob Dylan. Although the Band retired from touring after The Last Waltz and disbanded several years later, their legacy thrived for decades, perpetuated by the bandmates' respective solo careers as well as the enduring strength of the Band's catalog…
The Band - MFSL SACD Collection (6x SACD, 1968-1975) [PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC] {RE-UP}

The Band - MFSL SACD Collection (6x SACD, 1968-1975)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 Stereo > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Scans included | 8,82 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | 2.0 Stereo | 284:44 minutes | Scans included | 5,61 GB
The Band - Collection 1968-1977 [7 Japanese (mini LP) SHM-CD Reissues Ltd., 2013]

The Band - Collection 1968-1977 [7 Japanese (mini LP) SHM-CD Reissues Ltd., 2013]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 2.6 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1 Gb | Scans | 1.2 Gb | TTime: 06:46:00
Classic Rock, Folk Rock, Country Rock, Blues Rock | Capitol/Universal Music Japan | TOCP-95106~12

For roughly half a decade, from 1968 through 1975, the Band was one of the most popular and influential rock groups in the world, their music embraced by critics (and, to a somewhat lesser degree, the public) as seriously as the music of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Their albums were analyzed and reviewed as intensely as any records by their one-time employer and sometime mentor Bob Dylan. Although the Band retired from touring after The Last Waltz and disbanded several years later, their legacy thrived for decades, perpetuated by the bandmates' respective solo careers as well as the enduring strength of the Band's catalog.

Professor Louie & The Cromatix - Music From Hurley Mountain (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at March 15, 2016
Professor Louie & The Cromatix - Music From Hurley Mountain (2016)

Professor Louie & The Cromatix - Music From Hurley Mountain (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 00:41:51 | 103 MB
Genre: Country, Blues | Label: Woodstock Records

Professor Louie & The Crowmatix spread good vibes. From country rock to ballads to New Orleans shuffles with three singers spreading the wealth. - Night Ridder Professor Louie & The Crowmatix have been creating fine music at The Rock 'n' Roll Barn for the past three decades, ever since they first served as backup musicians for The Band. Music from Hurley Mountain, their 12th CD, is inspired by the beautiful farmlands next to their recording studio in the Catskill Mountains. It's a spirited collection of 11 originals and three select tunes (including Jimmy Reed's You Got Me Dizzy), a musical short story that brings listeners along on a day spent by Hurley Mountain.