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Jimmy Burns - Live at B.L.U.E.S. (2007)  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 1, 2016
Jimmy Burns - Live at B.L.U.E.S. (2007)

Jimmy Burns - Live at B.L.U.E.S. (2007)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 459 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 188 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues | Label: Delmark | # DE 789 | Time: 01:07:43

Born in Dublin, Mississippi in 1943, Jimmy Burns derived his earliest inspiration from the records of Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and others. After Jimmy moved to Chicago in the mid-'50s he discovered a scene that was perfect for the meld of traditional blues, churchy emotionalism, and forward-looking pop/R&B sophistication that by then comprised his musical aesthetic. When he finally signed with Delmark in the mid-'90s, he was primed and ready to take his place as a leading blues recording artist. Live at B.L.U.E.S. captures perfectly the indelible combination of joyful spirits, warm-hearted intimacy, and sharp-witted intelligence that characterizes Jimmy Burns, as both a musician and a man. With special guest vocalist Jesse Fortune.

Jimmy Burns - Stuck In The Middle (2011)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 27, 2013
Jimmy Burns - Stuck In The Middle (2011)

Jimmy Burns - Stuck In The Middle (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 374 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 138 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues | VelRone Records | VR001

The younger brother of bluesman Eddie Burns, singer/guitarist Jimmy Burns followed in the family tradition, becoming a staple of Chicago's West Side club circuit after a long absence from the spotlight. Born February 27, 1943 in Dublin, Mississippi, he cut a handful of singles early in his career, but upon marrying and starting a family, he largely applied the brakes to his musical aspirations to focus on domestic life. Burns performed only rarely in the decades to follow; however, with his children all grown in the early 1990s…

VA - Down Home Blues: Detroit Special (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Feb. 4, 2017
VA - Down Home Blues: Detroit Special (2016)

VA - Down Home Blues: Detroit Special (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, artworks - 1.26 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 532 MB | 03:45:20
Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Oldies | Label: Wienerworld | Release Year: 2016

Down Home Blues Detroit is THE definitive collection of blues music from Detroit-based musicians from the late 1940s to the early 1960s. It features over 20 artists who were influential in developing the Detroit blues scene, including John Lee Hooker, Bo Bo Jenkins, Sam Kelly, Eddie Kirkland, Little Sonny, Detroit Count, Eddie Burns, Baby Boy Warren, Big Ed And His Combo and many more. This three CD set, packaged in a deluxe digipak with an outer slip case, features 82 rare tracks, all digitally remastered, with some unissued recordings and others which have not been available for decades. Includes a 48 page book featuring an essay on the origins of Detroit music by renowned blues researcher and historian Mike Rowe, complete with rare photos, tracklisting and full sessionography. Detroit, Michigan.

John Lee Hooker - Gotta Boogie, Gotta Sing (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at June 7, 2017
John Lee Hooker - Gotta Boogie, Gotta Sing (2017)

John Lee Hooker - Gotta Boogie, Gotta Sing (2017)
Blues, Acoustic Blues, Electric Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:32:35 | 361 MB
Label: Jasmine Records

asmine's first John Lee Hooker release 'Blues In Transition 1955-1959' concentrated on the recordings he made for his core audience and the emerging college folk scene which helped to propel him to international fame. This second excursion into the iconic bluesman's prolific career focuses on his material from late 1948 to 1954. By early 1949 'Boogie Chillen' was #1 on Billboard's R&B chart and was reputed to have sold over a million copies. It is these numerous boogie recordings that are collected on disc one of this unique package. Most of these discs are solo but several do feature other musicians and special note should be made of the contributions made to several tracks by these other musicians.
Eddie Shu & Bob Hardaway - Jazz Practitioners (1954-55) {Bethlehem Toshiba-EMI TOCJ-62084 rel 2001}

Eddie Shu & Bob Hardaway - Jazz Practitioners (1954-55) {Bethlehem Toshiba-EMI TOCJ-62084 rel 2001}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 153 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 104 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 140 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1954-55, 2001 Bethlehem / Toshiba-EMI | TOCJ-62084
Jazz / Cool / Bop / Trumpet / Saxophone

Not that this artist isn't pretty cool; far from it. Credited either as Bob Hardaway or Robert Hardaway, he spent much of the 20th century at the top of the studio musician scene in Los Angeles, playing a bewildering array of woodwind instruments — even bass clarinet, English horn, and alto flute — on a tall stack of records that stylistically give the impression of having been snatched at random out of a burning used record store, the Partridge Family, Dinah Washington, Bonnie Raitt, and his efforts with the Eddie Shu/Bob Hardaway Jazz Practitioners among them.
VA - Chess Blues Guitar: Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork 1949-1969 (1998) 2CD Set [Re-Up]

VA - Chess Blues Guitar: Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork 1949-1969 (1998) 2CD Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 657 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 97 Mb | Time: 02:09:28
Genre: Blues, Rock & Roll, Soul-Blues | Label: Chess/Universal | # 329 393-2, MCD 09393

This 45-song, two-disc collection is subtitled "two decades of killer fretwork", and never was a set so aptly described. Chess Records was the home to seemingly every hot guitar player in the Chicago area, and many of them make their appearance here. Besides the usual label guitar hotshots (Muddy Waters, Jimmy Rogers, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy, Lowell Fulson, Earl Hooker, Otis Rush, Robert Nighthawk, Little Milton), space is given to sideman work from legends like Hubert Sumlin and Robert Jr. Lockwood and great one-offs by lesser-known artists like Jody Williams, Danny Overbea, Eddie Burns, Joe Hill Louis, Morris Pejoe, Lafayette Thomas and others. It seems as if everyone recorded for Chess at one time or another, also explaining the inclusion of tracks by John Lee Hooker, Albert King, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Lonnie Brooks, Hound Dog Taylor and Elmore James. If electric blues guitar's your thing, then look no further than this fine two-disc compilation.

Various Artists - Soul For Dancers (2015)  Music

Posted by vItOrrEs2009 at April 22, 2016
Various Artists - Soul For Dancers (2015)

Label: Fantastic Voyage | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 154:54 min | 354 mb
Soul, Funk, RnB,

2015 two CD set celebrating music played in the 60s clubs that were precursors of the Northern Soul scene. Contains 61 examples of dance floor-friendly R&B and soul from the 50s and early 60s. Compiled and annotated by journalist and R&B authority Lois Wilson, whose previously compilations for Fantastic Voyage including the highly successful Get On The Right Track, Right On and Ain't Gonna Hush. Featured artists include Ray Charles, Etta James, Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Ike and Tina Turner, but collectors will also relish the tracks by obscure names like Bruce Cloud, Eloise Carter, Bunker Hill, Willie Cobbs and Mary Johnson.

VA - The Age Of Northern Soul! (2012)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 12, 2015
VA - The Age Of Northern Soul! (2012)

VA - The Age Of Northern Soul! (2012)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue & Log) ~ 375 mb | MP3 320 kbps CBR ~ 198 mb | Scans included | 68 min
Soul, RnB, Funk | Label: Outta Soul Records | Rel: 2012

1973 was a pivotal year for the Northern Soul movement. Its high-temple - Wigan Casino - had opened its doors to the faithful and this, slightly peculiar, underground music scene was about to break nationally. But it was all a far cry from the spiritual home of the music's roots which lay in the Bible Belt of the southeastern United States. It can be traced back to the late forties, to the birth of rhythm and blues, itself a hybrid of gospel, blues and hot jazz. A decade later, due to the rapid expansion of independent record labels (not least Detroit's Motown Records), R&B music inevitably found its way to these shores, and captured the imagination of insurance salesman and budding DJ Guy Stevens. Rhythm and Blues had arrived and buried deep in its grooves was the unmistakable dance beat that we call Northern Soul.

VA - Pioneers Of The Electric Guitar (2013)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Nov. 18, 2015
VA - Pioneers Of The Electric Guitar (2013)

VA - Pioneers Of The Electric Guitar (2013)
Blues, RnB, Jazz, Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 213 min | 499 MB
Label:Not Now Music | Rel: 2013

If you're looking for a collection of how the electric guitar changed a number of music genres, this is it. This collection does a good job across the entire gamut of the electric guitar, and how it was used in several genres. Included are good/great examples of blues, r&b, jazz, r'n'r, and even a little c&w. The digitally remastered sound is very good overall. The jump from genre to genre can be a bit jarring at times, but marveling at how the electric guitar can so easily fit into so many types of music makes the genre a non-issue. A good example is Disc 2. From "Maybelline" (Chuck Berry), to "Hide Away" (Freddie King), to "Have Guitar-Will Travel" (Scotty Moore Trio), to "West Coast Blues" (Wes Montgomery), to "Out Of Limits" (The Marketts), to "Taking Off" (Milton Brown And His Musical Brownies), To "Miss Ann's Tempo" (Grant Green), to "Guitar Bustin'" (Arthur Smith), to "Nuages" (Django Reinhardt), the scope of this collection is very wide.

The J. Geils Band - Original Album Series Vol. 2 (2014)  Music

Posted by uff at April 14, 2014
The J. Geils Band - Original Album Series Vol. 2 (2014)

The J. Geils Band - Original Album Series Vol. 2 (2014)
Rock | 5cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Atlantic 8122796157 | orig. rel: 1974-79 | 1750Mb

The J. Geils Band was one of the most popular touring rock & roll bands in America during the '70s. Where their contemporaries were influenced by the heavy boogie of British blues-rock and the ear-splitting sonic adventures of psychedelia, The J. Geils Band was a bar band pure and simple, churning out greasy covers of obscure R&B, doo wop, and soul tunes, cutting them with a healthy dose of Stonesy swagger. While their muscular sound and the hyper jive of frontman Peter Wolf packed arenas across America, it only rarely earned them hit singles. Seth Justman, the group's main songwriter, could turn out catchy R&B-based rockers like "Give It to Me" and "Must of Got Lost," but these hits never led to stardom, primarily because the group had trouble capturing the energy of its live sound in the studio.