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John Mellencamp – Life, Death, Love And Freedom (2008) [Rock, HDTracks, FLAC 96kHz/24bit]

Artist: John Mellencamp
Title: Life, Death, Love And Freedom
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2008
Label: Hear Music
Duration: 51:46
Quality: FLAC 96kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks

"John Mellencamp is true original, a writer and performing artist of passion, talent and spirit who in the course of his exceptional career has maintained a unique and distinctive voice in his songwriting", said Glen Barros, president & CEO of Concord Music Group who oversees the Hear Music label. "The songs on this record are perhaps his most intimate, honest and poignant of his career. We are delighted to have this opportunity to work on 'Life, Love, Death and Freedom.

23Apr/17Off

Heart – Beautiful Broken (2016) [Rock, HDTracks, FLAC 96kHz/24bit]

Artist: Heart
Title: Beautiful Broken
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2016
Label: Concord Records
Duration: 40:25
Quality: FLAC 96kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks

On Beautiful Broken, the Wilson sisters return with all new, heart-wrenching, original material, as well as some hidden gems from their legendary past. The project is so powerful that it has drawn in other superstar friends of the band from across the music world, including Metallica's James Hetfield and Ne-Yo, each lending their incredible talents to the record. The album is made up of 10 magnificent tracks, featuring new original music as well as updates on some treasures from their catalog.

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23Apr/17Off

Steely Dan – Albums Collection (1972-2003) [FLAC]

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Artist: Steely Dan
Album: Albums Collection
Genre: Rock
Year: 1972-2003
Size: ~ 3.3 Gb
Source: CDs
Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit

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Most rock & roll bands are a tightly wound unit that developed their music through years of playing in garages and clubs around their hometown. Steely Dan never subscribed to that aesthetic. As the vehicle for the songwriting of Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan defied all rock & roll conventions. Becker and Fagen never truly enjoyed rock -- with their ironic humor and cryptic lyrics, their eclectic body of work shows some debt to Bob Dylan -- preferring jazz, traditional pop, blues, and R&B. Steely Dan created a sophisticated, distinctive sound with accessible melodic hooks, complex harmonies and time signatures, and a devotion to the recording studio. With producer Gary Katz, Becker and Fagen gradually changed Steely Dan from a performing band to a studio project, hiring professional musicians to record their compositions. Though the band didn't perform live after 1974, Steely Dan's popularity continued to grow throughout the decade, as their albums became critical favorites and their singles became staples of AOR and pop radio stations. Even after the group disbanded in the early '80s, their records retained a cult following, as proven by the massive success of their unlikely return to the stage in the early '90s.

Walter Becker (bass) and Donald Fagen (vocals, keyboards) were the core members of Steely Dan throughout its variety of incarnations. The two met at Bard College in New York in 1967 and began playing in bands together shortly afterward. The duo played in a number of groups -- including the Bad Rock Group, which featured future comedic actor Chevy Chase on drums -- which ranged from jazz to progressive rock. Eventually, Becker and Fagen began composing songs together, hoping to become professional songwriters in the tradition of the Brill Building. In 1970, the pair joined Jay & the Americans' backing band, performing under pseudonyms; Becker chose Gustav Mahler, while Fagen used Tristan Fabriani. They stayed with Jay & the Americans until halfway through 1971, when they recorded the soundtrack for the low-budget film You Gotta Walk It Like You Talk It, which was produced by the Americans' Kenny Vance. Following the recording of the soundtrack, Becker and Fagen attempted to start a band with Denny Dias, but the venture was unsuccessful. Barbra Streisand recorded the Fagen/Becker composition 'I Mean to Shine' on her album Barbra Joan Streisand, released in August 1971, and the duo met producer Gary Katz, who hired them as staff songwriters for ABC/Dunhill in Los Angeles, where he had just become a staff producer. Katz suggested that Becker and Fagen form a band as a way to record their songs, and Steely Dan -- who took their name from a dildo in William Burroughs' Naked Lunch -- was formed shortly afterward.

Can't Buy a Thrill Recruiting guitarists Denny Dias and Skunk Baxter, drummer Jim Hodder, and keyboardist/vocalist David Palmer, Becker and Fagen officially formed Steely Dan in 1972, releasing their debut, Can't Buy a Thrill, shortly afterward. Palmer and Fagen shared lead vocals on the album, but the record's two hit singles -- the Top Ten "Do It Again" and "Reeling in the Years" -- were sung by Fagen. Can't Buy a Thrill was a critical and commercial success, but its supporting tour was a disaster, hampered by an under-rehearsed band and unappreciative audiences. Palmer left the band following the tour. Countdown to Ecstasy, released in 1973, was a critical hit, but it failed to generate a hit single, even though the band supported it with a tour.
Pretzel LogicSteely Dan replaced Hodder with Jeff Porcaro and added keyboardist/backup vocalist Michael McDonald prior to recording their third album, Pretzel Logic. Released in the spring of 1974, Pretzel Logic returned Steely Dan to the Top Ten on the strength of the single "Rikki Don't Lose That Number." After completing the supporting tour for Pretzel Logic, Becker and Fagen decided to retire from live performances and make Steely Dan a studio-based band. For their next album, 1975's Katy Lied, the duo hired a variety of studio musicians -- including Dias, Porcaro, guitarist Elliot Randall, saxophonists Phil Woods, bassist Wilton Felder, percussionist Victor Feldman, keyboardist Michael Omartian, and guitarist Larry Carlton -- as supporting musicians. Katy Lied was another hit, as was 1976's The Royal Scam, which continued in the vein of its predecessor. On 1977's Aja, Steely Dan's sound became more polished and jazzy, as they hired jazz fusion artists like Wayne Shorter, Lee Ritenour, and the Crusaders as support. Aja became their biggest hit, reaching the Top Five within three weeks of release and becoming one of the first albums to be certified platinum. Aja also gained the respect of many jazz musicians, as evidenced by Woody Herman recording an album of Becker/Fagen songs in 1978.
Gaucho Following the release of Aja, ABC was bought out by MCA Records, resulting in a contractual dispute with the label that delayed until 1980 the release of their follow-up album. During the interim, the group had a hit with the theme song for the film FM in 1978. Steely Dan finally released Gaucho, the follow-up to Aja, in late 1980, and it became another Top Ten hit for the group. During the summer of 1981, Becker and Fagen announced that they were parting ways. The following year, Fagen released his solo debut, The Nightfly, which became a critical and commercial hit.
KamakiriadFagen didn't record another album until 1993, when he reunited with Becker, who produced Kamakiriad. The album was promoted by the first Steely Dan tour in nearly 20 years, and while the record failed to sell, the concerts were very popular. In 1994, Becker released his solo debut, 11 Tracks of Whack, which was produced by Fagen. The following year, Steely Dan mounted another reunion tour, and in early 2000 the duo issued Two Against Nature, their first new studio album in two decades. It won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Steely Dan followed it in 2003 with Everything Must Go. Fagan's solo album Morph the Cat was released in 2006, and Becker released Circus Money in 2008 as Steely Dan embarked on another tour. - Artist Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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22Apr/17Off

Gary Clark Jr. – The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim (2015) [Rock, Pono, FLAC 96kHz/24bit]

Artist: Gary Clark Jr.
Title: The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2015
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Duration: 53:41
Quality: FLAC 96kHz/24bit
Source: Pono

The Story of Sonny Boy Slim is the fourth album by American blues rock musician Gary Clark, Jr. It reached number 1 on the Billboard Top Blues Albums chart in October 2015.

22Apr/17Off

Gary Clark Jr. – Blak and Blu {Deluxe Edition} (2012) [Rock, HDTracks, FLAC 48kHz/24bit]

Artist: Gary Clark Jr.
Title: Blak and Blu {Deluxe Edition}
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2012
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Duration: 01:17:31
Quality: FLAC 48kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks

Gary Clark Jr. is a rocking soul man for a new generation. The 27-year-old singer-guitarist shows his deep appreciation for classic hip-hop by fusing it with contemporary soul and rock. Clark has been compared to countless legends including Jimi Hendrix. The virtuosity Clark displays is profound and puts many modern rock shredders to shame. This collection which features twelve Clark originals also includes a blistering cover of Little Johnny Taylor's "Third Stone From The Sun/If You Love Me Like You Say" and two bonus tracks. Blak and Blu has already received praise from publications including the Washington Post, The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and the Boston Globe.

22Apr/17Off

Galen Weston Band – Plugged In (2015) [Rock, Bandcamp, FLAC 96kHz/24bit]

Artist: Galen Weston Band
Title: Plugged In
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2015
Label:
Duration: 01:16:40
Quality: FLAC 96kHz/24bit
Source: Bandcamp

An accomplished and refined player, Toronto guitarist-composer Galen Weston cuts a wide stylistic swath on his long overdue debut as a leader. Weston wails with rare conviction and facility throughout "Plugged In". Accompanied by veteran Toronto session players: David Woodhead on fretless electric bass; Al Cross on drums along with versatile keyboardist Matt Horner; Richard Underhill on alto sax and Rick Lazar on percussion, the guitarist carves out some fresh new territory on this eclectic six-string manifesto.

22Apr/17Off

Eric Johnson – Ah Via Musicom (1990/2012) [Rock, HDTracks, FLAC 192kHz/24bit]

Artist: Eric Johnson
Title: Ah Via Musicom
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1990/2012
Label: Capitol Records
Duration: 41:00
Quality: FLAC 192kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks

Guitar legend Eric Johnson released a heavy rock masterwork with his classic Ah Via Musicom. Johnson explores sounds of rock, pop, blues, jazz and country. His third studio recording featured one of his most popular songs, "Cliffs of Dover," which was listed as one of the "100 Greatest Guitar Solos" by Guitar World magazine. The riveting track would win the GRAMMY Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. Other standouts include "Trademark," "High Landrons" and "Righteous." This stunning recording has remained a staple with the guitar community.

22Apr/17Off

Sahara Hotnights-Jennie Bomb-(74321 86655 2)-CD-FLAC-2001-RUiL

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Sahara Hotnights-Jennie Bomb-(74321 86655 2)-CD-FLAC-2001-RUiL

Release Name: Sahara_Hotnights-Jennie_Bomb-(74321_86655_2)-CD-FLAC-2001-RUiL
Artist: Sahara Hotnights
Album: Jennie Bomb
Genre: Rock
Year: 2001
Tracks: 13
Duration: 00:40:12
Size: 290.28 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Sahara Hotnights - Alright Alright (Here's My Fist Where's The Fight?) - 2:07 (1039 kbps , 15.78 MB)
  2. Sahara Hotnights - On Top Of Your World - 3:17 (1018 kbps , 23.89 MB)
  3. Sahara Hotnights - Fire Alarm - 3:08 (1031 kbps , 23.15 MB)
  4. Sahara Hotnights - With Or Without Control - 3:34 (1005 kbps , 25.69 MB)
  5. Sahara Hotnights - Keep Up The Speed - 3:07 (1020 kbps , 22.8 MB)
  6. Sahara Hotnights - No Big Deal - 1:55 (1056 kbps , 14.51 MB)
  7. Sahara Hotnights - Down And Out - 2:41 (1039 kbps , 19.92 MB)
  8. Sahara Hotnights - Only The Fakes Survive - 3:43 (1008 kbps , 26.75 MB)
  9. Sahara Hotnights - Whirlwind Reaper - 3:38 (965 kbps , 25.02 MB)
  10. Sahara Hotnights - Fall Into Line - 3:29 (933 kbps , 23.2 MB)
  11. Sahara Hotnights - Are You Happy Now? - 2:33 (1017 kbps , 18.56 MB)
  12. Sahara Hotnights - Out Of The System - 2:40 (1035 kbps , 19.73 MB)
  13. Sahara Hotnights - A Perfect Mess - 4:26 (985 kbps , 31.27 MB)

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Rachael Sage-Public Record-CD-FLAC-2003-FLACME

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Rachael Sage-Public Record-CD-FLAC-2003-FLACME

Release Name: Rachael_Sage-Public_Record-CD-FLAC-2003-FLACME
Artist: Rachael Sage
Album: Public Record
Genre: Rock
Year: 2003
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:04:05
Size: 361.22 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Rachael Sage - what if - 4:54 (790 kbps , 27.66 MB)
  2. Rachael Sage - too many women - 5:09 (789 kbps , 29.05 MB)
  3. Rachael Sage - child - 4:26 (879 kbps , 27.88 MB)
  4. Rachael Sage - bravedancing - 4:08 (888 kbps , 26.28 MB)
  5. Rachael Sage - beauty fades - 4:03 (739 kbps , 21.39 MB)
  6. Rachael Sage - back to freedom - 3:36 (794 kbps , 20.48 MB)
  7. Rachael Sage - ambitious - 4:26 (789 kbps , 25.04 MB)
  8. Rachael Sage - of blue - 3:52 (823 kbps , 22.76 MB)
  9. Rachael Sage - sara's song - 4:27 (866 kbps , 27.58 MB)
  10. Rachael Sage - ferris wheel - 4:05 (842 kbps , 24.62 MB)
  11. Rachael Sage - chasing down the girl - 4:24 (836 kbps , 26.29 MB)
  12. Rachael Sage - slow down - 3:16 (672 kbps , 15.74 MB)
  13. Rachael Sage - someone save me / the oil & the water - 7:00 (734 kbps , 36.77 MB)
  14. Rachael Sage - frost - 6:25 (647 kbps , 29.68 MB)

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22Apr/17Off

Maryslim-Split Vision-(KING007CD)-CD-FLAC-2004-RUiL

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Maryslim-Split Vision-(KING007CD)-CD-FLAC-2004-RUiL

Release Name: Maryslim-Split_Vision-(KING007CD)-CD-FLAC-2004-RUiL
Artist: Maryslim
Album: Split Vision
Genre: Rock
Year: 2004
Tracks: 12
Duration: 00:47:07
Size: 336.8 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Maryslim - Wake Alone - 5:10 (999 kbps , 36.88 MB)
  2. Maryslim - All I Want - 3:07 (1028 kbps , 22.93 MB)
  3. Maryslim - B.T.L - 4:21 (989 kbps , 30.82 MB)
  4. Maryslim - Princess Without A Crown - 4:13 (995 kbps , 30.04 MB)
  5. Maryslim - I Don't Mind - 3:38 (983 kbps , 25.52 MB)
  6. Maryslim - Something To Rise - 4:21 (986 kbps , 30.66 MB)
  7. Maryslim - Reason To Live - 3:08 (1006 kbps , 22.54 MB)
  8. Maryslim - Shake It Mama - 3:54 (1041 kbps , 28.98 MB)
  9. Maryslim - My Time - 3:40 (1036 kbps , 27.12 MB)
  10. Maryslim - Just Maybe - 3:42 (1032 kbps , 27.25 MB)
  11. Maryslim - Another Day - 3:14 (1025 kbps , 23.64 MB)
  12. Maryslim - Bring It On - 4:47 (889 kbps , 30.43 MB)

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