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Tommy Castro - Painkiller (2007) Music » Blues
Tommy Castro - Painkiller (2007)Artist:Tommy Castro
Album: Painkiller
Label: Blind Pig Records
Year: 2007
Format mp3, bitrate: 320 kbps
Time: 48:02
Size: 109,9 MB

Every now and then even the most jaded music fan will find an album where all the pieces just fall into place. That's the case with Painkiller, Tommy Castro and his band firing on all cylinders as they roll through this spirited collection of blues, rock, R&B, and soul. Producer John Porter (Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Santana) has created a bright, beautiful mix for these songs, allowing Castro's charisma and the entire band's talents to shine right through your speakers. Painkiller won a 2008 Blues Music Award as "Contemporary Blues Album of the Year", and for good reasons...this album rocks!
(Blind Pig Records)
Gabor Szabo Live with Charles Lloyd 1974 Jazz, Post-bop
Gabor Szabo Live with Charles Lloyd 1974Artist: Gabor Szabo
Album: Live with Charles Lloyd 1974
Year: 1974
Format/Rate: MP3/256
Size: 70 MB

This is a live album by hungarian guitarist Gabor Szabo, it was recorded in 1974 at The Troubadour in Hollywood CA and released on Blue Thumb Records, personnel is Gabor Szabo on guitar, Wolfgang Melz on bass, John Dentz on drums, Mailto Correa on congas & percussion, Charles Lloyd on flute, Tommy Eyre on keyboard and Tony Ortega on flute & echoplex. Production by Tommy LiPuma
Alessandro Lanzoni Trio - On The Snow 2007 Jazz, Mainstream
Alessandro Lanzoni Trio - On The Snow 2007Artist: Alessandro Lanzoni
Album: On The Snow
Year: 2007
Label: Philology
Format/Bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Size: 144MB

They say he is one of the most talented jazz pianists heard in Italy in the last few years. What do they eat there in Italy??? I guess a very swingable food :-)
Enjoy the music!
Art Farmer/ Benny Golson Meets The Jazztet Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Art Farmer/ Benny Golson Meets The Jazztet
Artists - Art Farmer & Benny Golson
Album - Meets The Jazztet
Label - MCA/Chess
Year - 1960, release - 1991
Quality - MP3@320 kbps
Size - 62,7 mb
Total time - 36:18
Art Farmer/ Benny Golson Meets The JazztetArt Farmer/ Benny Golson Meets The Jazztet

Although this CD has the same program as the original LP, it gets the highest rating because it is a hard bop classic. Not only does it include superior solos from trumpeter Art Farmer, trombonist Curtis Fuller, tenor saxophonist Benny Golson, and pianist McCoy Tyner (who was making his recording debut) along with fine backup from bassist Addison Farmer and drummer Lex Humphries, but it features the writing of Golson. Highlights include the original version of "Killer Joe" along with early renditions of "I Remember Clifford" and "Blues March." This was Fuller and Tyner's only recording with the original Jazztet, and all ten selections (which also include "Serenata," "It Ain't Necessarily So," "It's All Right With Me," and "Easy Living") are quite memorable. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
The Miles Davis and Gil Evans - Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (6CD Box) (1957) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
The Miles Davis and Gil Evans - Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (6CD Box) (1957)
Artists: Miles Davis and Gil Evans
Album: Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (6CD Box)
Genre: Post-bop, Third Stream
Year: 1957
Label: Columbia
Format: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 12 files, 920mb total (
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THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA STUDIO RECORDINGS compiles all of Miles Davis' collaborations with composer/arranger Gil Evans. Included are the original and alternate versions of the four albums that Davis and Evans made together--MILES AHEAD, PORGY AND BESS, SKETCHES OF SPAIN and QUIET NIGHTS--as well as various outtakes and unreleased tracks. More than half of the material is previously unreleased.
The Pandelis Karayorgis Trio - Heart And Sack 1998 Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Avantgarde
The Pandelis Karayorgis Trio - Heart And Sack 1998
Artist: Pandelid Karayorgis
Album: Heart And Sack
Year: 1998
Label: Leo Records
Format/Bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Size: 116MB
Genre: Avantgard Jazz

John Corbett's liner notes to this album cite Misha Mengelberg, Paul Bley, and Lennie Tristano as possible influences on pianist Pandelis Karayorgis' playing. Thelonious Monk might be another. Yet, Karayorgis is an original voice, one who meshes tonal clusters with an uncannily angular and subtle style. Here, with drummer Randy Peterson and bassist Nate McBride, the pianist makes every note count, with an unpretentious, deliberately paced mix of attractive originals, plus some not-so-well-known pieces by Eric Dolphy, Duke Ellington, and Ken McIntyre. Karayorgis' lines follow their own logic, and sound almost as though he is performing with his elbows, which of course he isn't. Peterson and McBride are both very effective partners, sharing the leader's penchant for quirky, carefully constructed nuance. As a trio, they may not be trailblazing entirely new territory, but the journey is filled with tastefully delicious twists and turns. ~ Steve Loewy, All Music Guide
Silje Nergaard - Hjemmefra (From Home) (1996) Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Silje Nergaard - Hjemmefra (From Home) (1996)
Artist: Silje Nergaard
Album: Hjemmefra (From Home)
Label: Kirkelig Kulturverksted
Year: , release 1996
Genre: contemporary jazz
Format Mp3, bitrate: 224 kb/s
Time: 40:03
Size: 64,4 Mb

Silje Nergaard's clear and honest voice - capable even at this early pass of some surprisingly subtle nuances - and her obvious talent for originality in her vocal improvisations thrilled and converted audiences and critics alike. It was, perhaps not unexpectedly, the roving gaze of Pat Metheny's renowned eye for talent (and commercial promise!) which was the first to alight on her with serious intent, and it was he who recommended Nergaard to producer Richard Niles, who signed her to Lifetime Records. Her debut single Tell Me Where You're Going (1990), featuring Metheny's guitar, only spent a short while in the British charts. In Scandinavia, though, the album Tell Me Where You're Going was a top ten hit; the Japanese loved it even more, catapulting it to Number 1 on the notoriously cutthroat J-Wave charts - Nergaard was the most played artist of 1990 on several Japanese radio stations. The Japanese took to her so thoroughly that shortly afterwards, she became the first western artist ever to perform at the magnificent Heian Shrine in Kyoto; they even named a new brand of sake after her!

This is Silje's last album sung in Norwegian. Here she concentrates on vocals and vocal harmonies which are awesome. The whole album is very much introspective. - Bubu Hans
Yoko Miwa Trio - Fadeless Flower 2002 Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Yoko Miwa Trio - Fadeless Flower 2002
Artist: Yoko Miwa
Album: Fadeless Flower
Year: 2002
Label: Polystar
Format/Bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Size: 149MB

Yoko Miwa's regular gig is with the Ryles Jazz Orchestra in Boston, her adopted home since she left the classical world behind and took advantage of a Berklee scholarship to complete the jazz studies she'd begun in her native Japan. She has since been a member of the Berklee faculty and gigged regularly in the Northeast, but she really shines in the trio context. Her second album as a leader (supported beautifully by bassist Greg Loughman and drummer Scott Goulding) is one of the warmest, most unapologetically lyrical jazz albums of the year, but despite its surface charms it doesn't come across as shallow or simplistic in any way. Miwa displays her facility with a variety of styles on this all-original program, from strutting blues ("Blues in the Cave") to reflective ballads (the gorgeous "In My Heart") and percolating bebop ("Black Bunny"). But what's consistently impressive is her ability to deliver complex and challenging musical ideas in a compelling and yet frequently gentle and inviting way. Very highly recommended. ~ Rick Anderson, All Music Guide
Stephane Grappelli & Stuff Smith - Stuff and Steff Music » Jazz » Swing
Stephane Grappelli & Stuff Smith - Stuff and Steff
Artists - Stephane Grappelli & Stuff Smith
Album - Stuff and Steff
Label - Universal/EmArCy
Year - 1965, release - 2002
Quality - MP3@320kbps
Size - 87,2 mb (shareonall)
Total time - 38:46
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Violinists Stéphane Grappelli and Stuff Smith performed together on a few occasions, but this 1965 studio session, first issued by Barclay, was one of the more difficult dates to acquire until Universal Music reissued it on CD in 2002, as a part of their extensive Jazz in Paris series. With a solid rhythm section (pianist René Urtreger, bassist Michel Gaudry, and drummer Michel Delaporte) that pretty much sticks to a supporting role, it is clear that Smith's gritty tone rubs off on Grappelli as the session progresses. Highlights include Smith's "Blues in the Dungeon" (during which Grappelli playfully alternates between playing pizzicato and arco to back Smith's hoarse but swinging vocal) and an equally playful, swinging take of "This Can't Be Love." Jazz violin fans may give Smith the nod over Grappelli on this date, but both men obviously enjoyed themselves during the making of this disc. The glorious 24-bit remastering produces sound that is greatly improved over the tinny Everest LP reissued under Smith's name during the 1970s. ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
J.J. Cale - Shades (1980) Music » Blues
J.J. Cale - Shades (1980)
Artist: J.J. Cale
Format: FLAC
Size: 200 MB (full scans)
Label: Mercury
Total time: 33:22

After the relative polish of '5', J. J. Cale reclaimed some of the smoky ambience of earlier albums with this 1980 offering. The blues of 'Shades' leans a little toward jazz with the five-minute instrumentals, 'Pack My Jack' and 'Cloudy Day', but both of these, especially the sax on the latter are superb. 'Runaround' is of a similar style. The more familiar blues/boogie is represented on 'Deep Dark Dungeon' and 'Love Has Been Gone', which features some great guitar interplay. 'What Do You Expect' is a funkier track, while 'Wish I Had Not Said That' is a slower, more reflective item. On some of the tracks, Christine Lakeland adds an almost whispering harmony vocal which has a slightly eerie effect. Meanwhile, 'Mama Don't' lends a touch of humour and the haste of 'Carry On' provides an arresting opening to the album. Full of infectious tunes and rhythms, 'Shades' was my introduction to Cale and is a great album.- by D.J.H. Thorn,
1979-2004: The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Best of Brubeck Cool, Brubeck Dave
1979-2004: The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Best of Brubeck
Artist: The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Album: Best of Brubeck (1979-2004)
Label - Concord
Original Release Date: Sep 12 2006
Format: Best of, Live
Quality: mp3 CBR 320
Size: 82+73+76+75MB
Scans size: 23 MB

- 2 (David Goloshchokin - Four 2) (2008) Music » Jazz » Mainstream
  -  2 (David Goloshchokin - Four 2) (2008)
Artist: David Goloshchokin
Album: Four 2
Year: 2008
Genre: Mainstream Jazz
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Time: 63:46
Size: 138 Mb

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Ron Carter and Jim Hall - Live At Village West Hard-bop, Post-bop
Ron Carter and Jim Hall - Live At Village WestArtist: Ron Carter and Jim Hall
Album: Live At Village West
Label: Concord Jazz
Year: 1982
Time: 58:47
Size: 234 MB Incl. 5% Recovery.
AMG Rating: Ron Carter and Jim Hall - Live At Village West

The second live collaboration between bassist Ron Carter and guitarist Jim Hall follows their first recording together by a decade, but their chemistry together is every bit as strong, if not improved. Other than the occasional sound of the bar cash register, there is little in the way of background noise as the audience remains transfixed to the intricate improvisations of the duo, along with their solid comping for one another. The fare includes brilliant renditions of standards such as "All the Things You Are" and "Embraceable You"; classic jazz works like "Bag's Groove," "St. Thomas," and "Blue Monk"; along with originals like Carter's stunning "New Waltz" (with its very abstract improvised arrangement) and Hall's infectious "Down From Antigua," which deserves to become a jazz standard. Highly recommended.
Ken Dryden, AMG
The Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca Years Swing, Traditional Jazz, Vocal Jazz
The Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca Years Artist: The Mills Brothers
Album: The Best Of The Decca Years
Year: 1941-1955
Release: 1990
Label: MCA Records
Format, bitrate: MP3, 320 kbps
Time: 38:44
Size: 68 MB
All Music Guide Rating: The Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca YearsThe Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca YearsThe Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca YearsThe Mills Brothers - The Best Of The Decca Years

Most of The Mills Brothers' best-known hits were remastered well, with good notes.
Charles S. Wolfe, AMG

Every so often, a musical act appears that influences hundreds, or even thousands of youngsters to take up music - usually, because what's being done looks like fun, and looks relatively easy to imitate. That's what happened when Elvis Presley sang "Heartbreak Hotel," when the Kingston Trio inspired thousands of young men to learn a couple of guitar chords and don striped shirts, and when The Beatles-and later, punks like the Sex Pistols-first became popular. Decades earlier, the same thing was happening in the world of popular music. Bing Crosby's deceptively easy style demonstrated that one needn't be a Caruso to sell a song, as did Frank Sinatra a few years later.
One of the most influential groups of the '30s - and beyond - were four young men from Ohio, whose innovative harmonies and rejection of traditional musical accompaniment helped set a precedent for young singing groups for years to come. It's not too much of an exaggeration to state that street-corner accappella singing owes very much indeed to the Mills Brothers.
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