VA Time Life: The Folk Years (2002)

VA - Time Life: The Folk Years (2002)  

Posted by Discograf_man at Feb. 24, 2015
VA - Time Life: The Folk Years (2002)

VA - Time Life: The Folk Years (2002)
Folk, Folk-Rock, Folk-Pop | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 800 Mb
Label: Time Life | Release Year: 2002

This collection of 8 discs may be the most comprehensive collection of its type. There are a total of 120 songs from almost as many artists. There are a few artists represented more than once, with The Kingston Trio represented by 9 songs, every one memorable. The era represented by these songs spans about ten years. The earliest songs in this collection date back to the late 1950's. The latest songs date to about 1968.

VA - Time Life: The Teen Years (2011)  

Posted by Discograf_man at April 15, 2015
VA - Time Life: The Teen Years (2011)

VA - Time Life: The Teen Years (2011)
Pop, Rock, Oldies | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 867 Mb
Label: Time Life | Release Year: 2011

The fifties and sixties were such a wonderful time to grow up and fall in love. It was the first time teenagers had their own music and their own love songs. Time Life is proud to offer The Teen Years, a new 10-CD, 150-song collection filled with teen idols, doo-wop groups, girl groups and more.

VA - Time Life - The History Of Rock 'N' Roll (1995) 5 DVD *Re-Up*  Music

Posted by firepower at Nov. 26, 2011
VA - Time Life - The History Of Rock 'N' Roll (1995) 5 DVD *Re-Up*

VA - Time Life - The History Of Rock 'N' Roll (1995) 5 DVD
DVD rip | AVI DivX 873kbps | 480x368 | 23fps | English | No subtitles | 9.5 hrs | MP3 123kbps | 3.56 GB
Rock/Documentary | 5% recovery record | Source: Internet - Time-Life Music

The History of Rock and Roll is a mammoth and, when considered on its own terms, frequently successful undertaking. The series, which was first presented in 1995, consumes some 578 minutes, with 10 episodes (there are no bonus features) spread out over five discs. Its pedigree is impressive, as is its scope, beginning in the pre-rock days of bluesman Muddy Waters and boogie woogie master Louis Jordan and continuing through the death of Kurt Cobain and the birth of the Lollapalooza festival in the mid-1990s. Along the way, dozens of big-name performers (with the notable exception of the Beatles) are on hand to lead us through the story.
VA - Time-Life - The Singers & Songwriters Collection, The Classics - Disc 11 - Rock n' Roll

«VA - Time-Life - The Singers & Songwriters Collection, The Classics - Disc 11 - Rock n' Roll»
BitRate: 192 | Format: MP3 | 84,16 Mb Approx

VA - Time Life Music - Your 50s Hit Parade: 12CDs (1988-1992)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at Nov. 1, 2016
VA - Time Life Music - Your 50s Hit Parade: 12CDs (1988-1992)

VA - Time Life Music - Your 50s Hit Parade: 12CDs (1988-1992)
Oldies, Traditional Pop, Jazz, Swing | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,95 Gb
Label: Time Life Music | Release Year: 1988-1992

Your Hit Parade – was a 41-volume series issued by Time-Life during the late 1980s and early 1990s, spotlighting popular music from the pre-rock era years of 1940-1954, and non-rock and roll songs from 1955 through mid-1960s.
Much like Time-Life's other series chronicling popular music, volumes in the "Your Hit Parade" series covered a specific time period, including single years in some volumes and stylistic trends in others.

Time Life's - Lost Civilizations (2002)  

Posted by vivid23 at Sept. 15, 2013
Time Life's - Lost Civilizations (2002)

Time Life's - Lost Civilizations (2002)
PDTV | 720x480 | AVI/XviD @ 1762 Kbps | 10x50mn | Audio: English AC3 192 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 10x712 MB
Genre: Documentary

Never before could you get this close to 7000 years of history. Dazzling spectacles re-create rituals and events – from the bloodletting of Maya kings and a pharaoh’s last journey to the secret pleasures of a Roman empress. Original location cinematography in 25 countries takes you from Cusco in Peru to Petra in Jordan. Computer graphics restore Egypt’s pyramids and the Great Wall of China with breathtaking accuracy.

VA - Time-Life AM Gold Early '70s Classics  

Posted by EktorasClub at June 29, 2013
VA - Time-Life AM Gold Early '70s Classics

VA - Time-Life AM Gold Early '70s Classics
EAC Rip | Included: EAC Log + Cue + Flac + Covers | Size: 480 MB | RAR files
Release: 1992 | Label: Warner Special Products, Time Life Music | Number: AMI-15
Style: Oldies, Funk, Soul | Stereo | FilePost.com, RapidShare.com

By 1971, James Taylor, was recognized as the living embodiment of the post-hippie singer-songwriter movement. But until YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND, culled from his third album, he hadn’t enjoyed a No.1 single. The song was written by former Brill Building tune-smith Carole King, who had fled New York for laid-back California and during the early '70s, was herself making the transition to solo recording artist.
Taylor and King were introduced to each other by Danny Kortchmar, a guitarist who had previously worked with him in the Flying Machine and with her in the City. As Carole was recording her landmark album Tapestry, James was a few blocks down the street cutting his own Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, and You’ve Got a Friend appeared on both sets. King decided not to release her version as single, so Taylor did-though when they toured together that summer, they usually shared the song in a show-closing duet.

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1979 (1997)  

Posted by EktorasClub at June 9, 2013
VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1979 (1997)

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1979
EAC Rip | Included: EAC Log + CUE + Flac + Covers | Size: 464 MB | RAR files
Release: 1997 | Label: Time Life, EMI-Capitol Music | Number: AM1-26
Style: Funk, Soul, Rock | Stereo | FilePost.com, RapidShare.com

While the nose-thumbing 1970s musical (or anti-musical, as its detractors deemed it) movement called punk rock never quite managed to upset the world-conquering way its safety-pinned revolutionaries hoped it would, punk did nonetheless have a significant impact on pop music. If nothing else, the back-to basics, do-it-yourself attitude of punk gave many musicians the inspiration to try to make their own kind of music, regardless of whether it “fit in” anywhere or not. By 1979, punk’s nonconformist approach had helped create a number of sub-genres that, while not as overtly threatening as punk was perceived to be, nonetheless signaled the emergence of fresh musical perspectives.

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1975 (1997)  

Posted by EktorasClub at June 9, 2011
VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1975 (1997)

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1975
EAC Rip | Included: EAC Log + CUE + Flac + Covers | Size: 483 MB | RAR files
Release: 1997 | Label: Time Life, Warner Special Products | Number: AM1-22
Style: Funk, Soul, Rock | Stereo | FileServe.com, RapidShare.com

This series started out in 1990 as Super Hits, with each issue having a cartoonish photo/drawing as cover art. There were 20 volumes in the original Super Hits series. In 1995, the series was renamed AM Gold. The first four volumes were reissued using the new series title and a modified version of the cover art work from SUD-05, but that was soon replaced with a second AM Gold cover design that featured a gold record. The Super Hits series used the SUD- prefix, while the AM Gold series used the AM1- prefix. In the late 1990s, the AM1- prefix was replaced with the R834- prefix, but the volumes continued as before. Two AM Gold budget box sets were introduced in the late 1990s, with 12 tracks instead of the usual 18-24. These were meant for retail sales, unlike the normal subscription CDs.

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1970 (1990)  

Posted by EktorasClub at May 19, 2011
VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1970 (1990)

VA – Time-Life Music – AM Gold 1970
EAC Rip | Included: EAC Log + CUE + Flac + Covers | Size: 421 MB | RAR files
Release: 1990 | Label: Time Life, Warner Special Products | Number: AM1-02
Style: Funk, Soul, Rock | Stereo | FileServe.com, RapidShare.com

Album Notes This series started out in 1990 as Super Hits, with each issue having a cartoonish photo/drawing as cover art. There were 20 volumes in the original Super Hits series. In 1995, the series was renamed AM Gold. The first four volumes were reissued using the new series title and a modified version of the cover art work from SUD-05, but that was soon replaced with a second AM Gold cover design that featured a gold record. The Super Hits series used the SUD- prefix, while the AM Gold series used the AM1- prefix. In the late 1990s, the AM1- prefix was replaced with the R834- prefix, but the volumes continued as before. Two AM Gold budget box sets were introduced in the late 1990s, with 12 tracks instead of the usual 18-24. These were meant for retail sales, unlike the normal subscription CDs.