American Album

Allan Taylor - The American Album & Cajun Moon (1970s, Reissue 2000, Beat Goes On Records # BGOCD488) [RE-UP]

Allan Taylor - The American Album & Cajun Moon
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 438 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Beat Goes On Records # BGOCD488 | Country/Year: UK 2000, 1970s
Genre: Folk Rock, Acoustic | Style: Folk, Singer/Songwriter

Allan Taylor is one of England's most-respected singer/songwriters. His songs have been covered by artists on both sides of the Atlantic, including Don Williams, Frankie Miller, Fairport Convention, Dick Gaughan, the McCalmans, the Fureys, the Clancy Brothers, and De Dannan. Folk Roots praised him for his "ability to crystallize a mood and evoke an era with the ease of a computer memory access, crafting perfect songs with dramatic changes in the spirit of Brecht, Bikel, and Brel."…

American Album: How We Looked and How We Lived in a Vanished USA  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Aug. 16, 2016
American Album: How We Looked and How We Lived in a Vanished USA

American Album: How We Looked and How We Lived in a Vanished USA
American Heritage | 1970 | ISBN: N/A | English | 356 pages | PDF | 49 MB
Allan Taylor - The American Album & Cajun Moon (1970s, Reissue 2000)

Allan Taylor - The American Album & Cajun Moon
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 438 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Beat Goes On Records # BGOCD488 | Country/Year: UK 2000, 1970s
Genre: Folk Rock, Acoustic | Style: Folk, Singer/Songwriter

Allan Taylor is one of England's most-respected singer/songwriters. His songs have been covered by artists on both sides of the Atlantic, including Don Williams, Frankie Miller, Fairport Convention, Dick Gaughan, the McCalmans, the Fureys, the Clancy Brothers, and De Dannan. Folk Roots praised him for his "ability to crystallize a mood and evoke an era with the ease of a computer memory access, crafting perfect songs with dramatic changes in the spirit of Brecht, Bikel, and Brel."…

The American Album: The Perlman Edition (2003)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Jan. 14, 2011
The American Album: The Perlman Edition (2003)

The American Album: The Perlman Edition (2003)
(Original recording remastered)
Itzhak Perlman (violin), Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa & Jules Eskin (violoncello)

EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 317 Mb | no scans
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 149 Mb
Classical/Violin | 64:46

Perlman plays Barber, Bernstein & Foss. Certain artists achieve such eminence that they are almost taken for granted. Now that Isaac Stern has left the stage, Itzhak Perlman finds himself not just at the top of his profession, where he has been for many years, but in the position of doyen So what better time could there be for a major retrospective of his talents and achievements? A career ot such depth and breadth is ideal for tne kind of re-examination offered by this Perlman Edition, in which the mainstream classics sit alongside this great violinist's exploration of some interesting tributaries.

Itzhak Perlman The American Album  Music

Posted by happy_lappy at May 1, 2009
Itzhak Perlman The American Album

Itzhak Perlman The American Album
Classical | DDD | JetAudio CD Rip | FLAC Individual Tracks | No CUEs, No LOGs | No Covers | WinRar 330mb

The great Itzhak Perlman performs Bernstein's Serenade (after Plato: Symposium), for violin, harp, percussion & strings; Barber's Violin Concerto, Op. 14; and Lukas Foss' Three American Pieces, with Seiji Ozawa conducting the Boston Symphony and Jules Eskin (piano).
Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD5 – Best Of Cash On American (2003) (American Recordings)

Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD5 – Best Of Cash On American (2003) (American Recordings)
2003 | Country | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 337Mb+4Mb

To put it quite plainly, Unearthed is essential for anyone who loved the last 10 years of Johnny Cash's recording career - his years with producer Rick Rubin on American Recordings, which many (including myself) consider the best years of Cash's long and storied career. This set features not merely the best of the rest of those recordings, but the rest of the best. While some of them are not fully realized, there are many genuine revelations contained within. It boggles the mind how some of them did not make the original albums; some could have worked interchangeably, some are unquestionably better, while some, perhaps, simply did not fit the mood of the album. In any case, this boxed set, thoughtfully, has not been sequenced randomly: each of the first three discs is thematic and corresponds to a specific American album(s); the fourth, My Mother's Hymn Book, is a never-before-released gospel album; and the final disc is a Best Of for Cash on American records. As such, each disc stands very well on its own.

In my opinion the last track “Hurt” on this 5th disc may well be his best recording ever. Cash trying to prove himself that he’s still alive and aware of things, while looking back on his life. Very impressive and touching at the same time !!!
Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD4 – My Mother’s Hymn Book (2003) (American Recordings)

Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD4 – My Mother’s Hymn Book (2003) (American Recordings)
2003 | Country | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 210Mb+2Mb

To put it quite plainly, Unearthed is essential for anyone who loved the last 10 years of Johnny Cash's recording career - his years with producer Rick Rubin on American Recordings, which many (including myself) consider the best years of Cash's long and storied career. This set features not merely the best of the rest of those recordings, but the rest of the best. While some of them are not fully realized, there are many genuine revelations contained within. It boggles the mind how some of them did not make the original albums; some could have worked interchangeably, some are unquestionably better, while some, perhaps, simply did not fit the mood of the album. In any case, this boxed set, thoughtfully, has not been sequenced randomly: each of the first three discs is thematic and corresponds to a specific American album(s); the fourth, My Mother's Hymn Book, is a never-before-released gospel album; and the final disc is a Best Of for Cash on American records. As such, each disc stands very well on its own.
Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD2 – Trouble In Mind (2003) (American Recordings)

Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD2 – Trouble In Mind (2003) (American Recordings)
2003 | Country | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 355Mb+2Mb

To put it quite plainly, Unearthed is essential for anyone who loved the last 10 years of Johnny Cash's recording career - his years with producer Rick Rubin on American Recordings, which many (including myself) consider the best years of Cash's long and storied career. This set features not merely the best of the rest of those recordings, but the rest of the best. While some of them are not fully realized, there are many genuine revelations contained within. It boggles the mind how some of them did not make the original albums; some could have worked interchangeably, some are unquestionably better, while some, perhaps, simply did not fit the mood of the album. In any case, this boxed set, thoughtfully, has not been sequenced randomly: each of the first three discs is thematic and corresponds to a specific American album(s); the fourth, My Mother's Hymn Book, is a never-before-released gospel album; and the final disc is a Best Of for Cash on American records. As such, each disc stands very well on its own.
Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD1 – Who’s Gonna Cry (2003) (American Recordings)

Johnny Cash – Unearthed CD1 – Who’s Gonna Cry (2003) (American Recordings)
2003 | Country | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 281Mb+2Mb

To put it quite plainly, Unearthed is essential for anyone who loved the last 10 years of Johnny Cash's recording career - his years with producer Rick Rubin on American Recordings, which many (including myself) consider the best years of Cash's long and storied career. This set features not merely the best of the rest of those recordings, but the rest of the best. While some of them are not fully realized, there are many genuine revelations contained within. It boggles the mind how some of them did not make the original albums; some could have worked interchangeably, some are unquestionably better, while some, perhaps, simply did not fit the mood of the album. In any case, this boxed set, thoughtfully, has not been sequenced randomly: each of the first three discs is thematic and corresponds to a specific American album(s); the fourth, My Mother's Hymn Book, is a never-before-released gospel album; and the final disc is a Best Of for Cash on American records. As such, each disc stands very well on its own.
Various Artists - The Golden Age Of American Popular Music 1956-1965 (2006) {Ace Records CDCDH 1111}

Various Artists - The Golden Age Of American Popular Music 1956-1965 (2006) {Ace Records CDCDH 1111}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 327 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 152 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 75 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1956-65, 2006 Ace Records | CDCHD 1111
Pop / Transcended Rock'n'Roll / British Invasion

It was always going to be a dangerous mission. Trevor Churchill’s brainchild, THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN POP, had been in development for some time and the prototype was about to be launched into the fray with a bundle of seemingly undifferentiated repertoire. The potential embarrassment factor was high with risk of heavy flak on the way and snipers on the ground in the landing zone. Trevor was calling for volunteers. There was a lot of nervous shuffling among the ranks. Some of the lads took to studying their toecaps, while others took an inordinate interest in the state of their cuticles, or tried to look inconspicuous by melting into the background.