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Willie Dixon - The Chess Box (1988)  Music

Posted by uff at May 12, 2014
Willie Dixon - The Chess Box (1988)

Willie Dixon - The Chess Box (1988)
Blues | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chess/MCA MCD 16500 | 32bit remaster 1997 | 605Mb

This was the most unusual, and probably the most difficult to assemble of MCA's Chess Box series, mostly because of the unusual nature of Willie Dixon's contribution to Chess Records. To be sure, Dixon rates a place in the history of the label right alongside that of Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Little Walter, but his role was more subtle than that of a performer (indeed, two of the half-dozen recordings here that feature Dixon as a singer were previously unreleased). So he is all over this two-CD set, as a songwriter, producer, and bassist, and occasionally as a singer as well, but the unifying element are the Dixon songs, and he is the only blues songwriter to be honored by a major label with a retrospective of this type.

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991) REPOST  

Posted by uff at Feb. 12, 2014
Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991) REPOST

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991)
Blues | 3cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chess/MCA CHD3-9332 | rec: 1951-73 | 1040Mb

This three-CD box set currently rates as the best – and most digestible – overview of Howlin' Wolf's career. Disc one starts with the Memphis sides that eventually brought him to the label, including hits like "How Many More Years," but also compiling unissued sides that had previously only been available on vinyl bootlegs of dubious origin and fidelity. The disc finishes with an excellent cross section of early Chicago sessions, including classic Wolf tracks like "Evil," "Forty Four," "I'll Be Around," and "Who Will Be Next?" Disc two picks it up from there, guiding listeners from mid- to late-'50s barnburners like "The Natchez Burning" and "I Better Go Now" to the bulk of the Willie Dixon classics.

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991)  

Posted by justthev at Dec. 28, 2010
Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991)

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box (1991)
EAC Rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Artwork | 3 CD | 982 MB
Blues | Label ~ Chess | Release Date: November 26, 1991

Muddy Waters - The Chess Box (1989)  

Posted by justthev at Dec. 27, 2010
Muddy Waters - The Chess Box (1989)

Muddy Waters - The Chess Box (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | 3CD | Scans | 1000 MB
Blues | Label ~ Chess | Original Release Date: November 7, 1989

Muddy Waters - The Chess Box [LAME 3.97 MP3 320kbps]  Music

Posted by Sega at Dec. 30, 2005

Muddy Waters - The Chess Box

LAME 3.97 MP3 320 Kbps

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box [Re-Uploaded]  Music

Posted by Sega at Feb. 1, 2006

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box
ID Tagged, LAME 3.97 MP3 320kbps | 378 MB | RAR Split Archive + 2% Recovery

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box  Music

Posted by Sega at Jan. 9, 2006

Howlin' Wolf - The Chess Box

ID Tagged, LAME 3.97 MP3 320kbps | 378 MB | RAR Split Archive + 2% Recovery
Chuck Berry - Berry Is On Top + St. Louis To Liverpool (1959 & 1964) (MFSL) [Re-Up]

Chuck Berry - Berry Is On Top + St. Louis To Liverpool (1959 & 1964) (MFSL)
Rock & Roll | 2lp on the cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
MFSL UDCD776; limited edition | rel: 2008 | 400Mb

Berry Is On Top: If you had to sweat all of Chuck Berry's early albums on Chess (and some, but not all, of his subsequent greatest-hits packages), this would be the one to own. The song lineup is exemplary, cobbling together classics like "Maybellene," "Carol," "Sweet Little Rock & Roller," "Little Queenie," "Roll Over Beethoven," "Around and Around," "Johnny B. Goode," and "Almost Grown." With the addition of the Latin-flavored "Hey Pedro," the steel guitar workout "Blues for Hawaiians," "Anthony Boy," and "Jo Jo Gunne," this serves as almost a mini-greatest-hits package in and of itself. While this may be merely a collection of singles and album ballast (as were most rock & roll LPs of the 1950s and early '60s), it ends up being the most perfectly realized of Chuck Berry's career.
Drifters - The Drifters Box: Rockin' & Driftin' [3CD Box Set] (1996) "Reload"

Drifters - The Drifters Box: Rockin' & Driftin' [3CD Box Set] (1996)
EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks +cue +log +Booklet/Scans | 23 April 1996 | 1.13 GB
Genre: Oldies, R&B, Soul | Label: Rhino

Vocal groups and styles came and went from the 1950s through the 1980s, but somehow the Drifters evolved and persevered, spanning doo-wop and disco before being relegated exclusively to the oldies touring circuit. Rockin' & Driftin' collects highlights from the group's embryonic Clyde McPhatter-led era (beginning with 1953's "Money Honey") into the mid-'70s, when the group still had some standing in the U.K. "On Broadway," "There Goes My Baby," "Up on the Roof," "Under the Boardwalk"–they're all included in this handsome, thoroughly annotated three-disc box set. All told, there are 79 selections here; the 16-song Very Best of the Drifters is a viable option for more casual fans interested in a selection of '59 to '64 smashes. More thorough-minded fans of vocal groups will find that Rockin' & Driftin' satisfies their hunger for Drifters nuggets great and small.
Chuck Berry - Have Mercy: His Complete Chess Recordings 1969 To 1974 (2010) {4CD Set Hip-O Select B0013790-02}

Chuck Berry - Have Mercy: His Complete Chess Recordings 1969 To 1974 (2010) {4CD Set Hip-O Select B0013790-02}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.56 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 646 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 60 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1969-74, 2010 Chess / Geffen / Hip-O Select | B0013790-02
Rock & Roll / Blues / Early R&B

Following an unsatisfying three-year stint at Mercury Records, Chuck Berry returned home to Chess in 1969, just like Phil Chess predicted. Heading home didn’t necessarily mean retreating, as the four-disc Have Mercy: His Complete Chess Recordings 1969-1974 illustrates. During his time at Mercury, Chuck followed the kids wherever they went, aligning himself with the psychedelic ‘60s in a way none of his peers did. This shift is immediately apparent on “Tulane,” the very first song he cut upon his return to Chess. An ode to a couple of kids who dealt dope underneath the counter of a novelty shop, “Tulane” puts Chuck on the side of the counterculture, and over the next five years, he never strayed back to the other side of the fence, often singing about getting stoned, dabbling with a wah-wah pedal, rhapsodizing about rock festivals, cheerfully telling smutty jokes.