Ingram Washington

VA - Hongkong 2008 AV Show: The Perfect Sound (2008)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Aug. 21, 2017
VA - Hongkong 2008 AV Show: The Perfect Sound (2008)

VA - Hongkong 2008 AV Show: The Perfect Sound (2008)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 159 mb
Genre: pop, jazz, classical, percussion

Hongkong 2008 AV Show: The Perfect Sound is a 2008 compilation CD released in Hong Kong. It was a promotional disc made for an audio show, focusing on quality audio equipment but also some of the music featured on this disc, a mixture of Chinese artists and musicians from the west.

Ingram - Jazzed Up & Funked Out: 50 Years of Good Music (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 31, 2017
Ingram - Jazzed Up & Funked Out: 50 Years of Good Music (2017)

Ingram - Jazzed Up & Funked Out: 50 Years of Good Music (2017)
Soul, RnB, Funk | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:45:52 | 105 MB
Label: Society Hill | Release Year: 2017

The multi-talented Ingram was a self-contained group of sisters and brothers from Camden, NJ, consisting of Norman (bass and trumpet), James or Jimi (vocals, keyboards, sax, flute), Barbara (vocals), Billy (guitar, bass, trombone), John (lead vocals, drums, tuba), Timmy (drums, percussion, trumpet) and Francis, Edith, and Virginia Ingram (vocals). Their love of music is rooted in gospel and comes from their father, a minister, who had a radio show on Philadelphia's WIMR. They came out as the Ecstasies, minus Norman (Butch), who was pursuing a professional basketball career and did various solo projects before merging into a family group.

Ingram Marshall - Evensongs (1997)  Music

Posted by Piterets at Dec. 10, 2012
Ingram Marshall - Evensongs (1997)

Ingram Marshall - Evensongs (1997)
Contemporary Classical, Electronic | New Albion | 1997 | 54:14 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Booklet | Various File Hosts | 313 MB
The Maia Quartet, The Dunsmuir Piano Quintet

...Marshall’s (b. 1942) Evensongs represent a return to home ground. Based on two protestant hymns of his childhood, Now the Day Is Over and Abide with Me, the piece mixes taped elements—including a chorus of music boxes--with a live string quartet. Once part of a ubiquitous American soundtrack, the melodies in Marshall’s six variations shift in and out of focus like half-recalled memories. Both songs are Victorian era meditations on evening. Now the Day was written as a children’s hymn; Abide, whose author knew himself to be ill, is a frequent funeral piece. Between these two aspects—the rosy end of day and the gloomy end of life—Marshall’s music stakes out a tremulous middle ground. There, in the shimmering twilight, with echoes of his own child’s voice on the tape, innocence and experience blur.

Ingram Marshall - Dark Waters (2001)  Music

Posted by Piterets at Jan. 23, 2012
Ingram Marshall - Dark Waters (2001)

Ingram Marshall - Dark Waters (2001)
Contemporary Classical, Electronic | New Albion | 2001 | 45:43 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Booklet | Various File Hosts | 241 MB
Libby Van Cleve (English horn & oboe d'amore), Ingram Marshall (electronics)

Like the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, much of the music here has a quality of timeless lament, of inconsolable sorrow. Tenderly human in expression yet superhuman in scale, it seems to contemplate our condition from a very great height. Mr. Marshall (b. 1942) enhances this effect by interweaving conventional instruments with prerecorded, computer-manipulated sounds or with live devices, like digital delay. The fusion of electronic manipulation and human intention is seamless but never slick.

James Ingram - Always You (1993) {Warner Bros}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 25, 2011
James Ingram - Always You (1993) {Warner Bros}

James Ingram - Always You (1993) {Warner Bros}
EAC 1.0b1 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U+MD5 | Full Scans 600dpi | 391MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 130MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Soul,R&B

Always You is an album by James Ingram, released in 1993. Following a four-year hiatus, singer-songwriter James Ingram came back in 1993 with "Always You", his fourth album on Qwest Records, the label run by producer Quincy Jones.

Ingram Marshall - Fog Tropes; Gradual Requiem; Gambuh I (1994)  Music

Posted by Piterets at Dec. 29, 2010
Ingram Marshall - Fog Tropes; Gradual Requiem; Gambuh I (1994)

Ingram Marshall - Fog Tropes; Gradual Requiem; Gambuh I (1994)
Contemporary Classical | New Albion | 1994 | 61:54 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Booklet | RS | 242 MB

The first piece “Fog Tropes” was composed in 1979 at the request of performance artist Grace Ferguson. Marshall (b. 1942) wanted to create a piece reminiscent of the fog-shrouded bays of San Francisco, so he went around the waterfront and made numerous field recordings of different fog horns. Now, the end result sounds nothing like the flatulent fiesta you’d expect after a piece based on fog horns. Marshall marries queasy drones, unsettlingly dissonant strings and the soothing, but authoritatize blare of the fog horn to create a noirish soundtrack to 3am on a lonely pier.

James Ingram - It's Real (1989) {Warner 9 25924-2}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Dec. 1, 2010
James Ingram - It's Real (1989) {Warner 9 25924-2}

James Ingram - It's Real (1989) {Warner 9 25924-2}
EAC 0.99pb3 | FLAC tracks level 6 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 323MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Funk,Soul

It's Real is the title of the third full-length recording from R&B singer-songwriter James Ingram. It was released in 1989 on Quest/Warner Bros. Records, and features the smash hit single "I Don't Have The Heart", which peaked at number 1 for 1 week. It also features a remake of the classic song "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, re-written with different lyrics and entitled "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man".

Ingram Marshall - Three Penitential Visions  Music

Posted by Piterets at Nov. 9, 2009
Ingram Marshall - Three Penitential Visions

Ingram Marshall - Three Penitential Visions
Contemporary Classical | Nonesuch | 1990 | 45:46 | EAC (FLAC, cue, no log) | Front cover | 191 MB

This is one more (out of print and hard to find) disc by Ingram Marshall to go along with two other discs shared here earlier this year by peachfuzz.

Ingram Marshall: Savage Altars (2006)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at Jan. 31, 2009
Ingram Marshall: Savage Altars (2006)

Ingram Marshall - Savage Altars (2006)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 258 MB

Savage Altars, from a concert performance by the Tudor Choir, derives its title from the Roman historian Tacitus' Annals Book I, which chronicles the Roman campaigns against the German tribes. They suffered a devastating defeat by the Cheruscan soldiers in the Teutobugian forest. Six years later, the remains, bleached out bones, splintered spears and debris, of three Roman Legions, were found, the whole of which was named "barbarae arae"—savage altars. Elements of the hymn Magnificat, and the canon "Sumer is i cumen in" are also interwoven in melodic and textual contributions. This was written on the eve of the first Gulf War under Bush the elder.
—Ingram Marshall

Ingram Marshall: Kingdom Come (1997)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at Jan. 13, 2009
Ingram Marshall: Kingdom Come (1997)

Ingram Marshall - Kingdom Come (1997)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 193 MB

Ingram Marshall (b.1942) is a composer who refuses to be categorised. He feels strongly that too many convenient ‘tags’ are placed upon artists simply to make discussions of art easier; he resists attempts to lump him together with minimalists (itself a term purloined from the visual arts), downtowners, New Romanticists or the "California School". In fact he is on record as saying, 'I hope my music is remembered for its personality rather than its style or historical position … I feel strongly now that music always points to something else, has other meanings, and in that sense I am an ‘ expressivist’' These comments are interesting in the light of the present disc, which probably represents the best of his current aesthetic.
—Tony Haywood

Featuring Kronos Quartet and The Theatre of Voices, this disc shows us Ingram Marshall at his eclectic best, and although his mode of expression has been fashionable in American contemporary music for some time, the pieces on this CD show us the most human and accessible face of this expression.