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1966: Wes Montgomery - California Dreaming Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
1966: Wes Montgomery - California Dreaming
Artist: Wes Montgomery
Album: California Dreaming
Year: 1966, release: 1990
Label: Verve Records
Format: mp3, 320kb/s; FLAC ( cue, log)
Time: 35:49
Size: 80mb; 245 mb (with scans)

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Wes Montgomery's last album for Verve (other than an exciting collaboration with Jimmy Smith) is a so-so orchestral date featuring arrangements by Don Sebesky. The material (which includes "Sunny" and "California Dreaming") is strictly pop fluff of the era and the great guitarist has little opportunity to do much other than state the melody in his trademark octaves. This record was perfect for AM radio of the period. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1947-1949: Sidney Bechet - 1947-1949. Chronogical Classics Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz » New Orleans Jazz
1947-1949: Sidney Bechet - 1947-1949. Chronogical ClassicsArtist: Sidney Bechet
Album: 1947-1949. Chronogical Classics
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Classics Records
Format: mp3 320 kbps
Time: 1 h 17 min 10 sec
Size: 163 mb
AMG Rating 1947-1949: Sidney Bechet - 1947-1949. Chronogical Classics


The Classics label has treated the Sidney Bechet canon with trademark thoroughness, with superb chronological sets chronicling his entire career. For many fans, however, it's Bechet's immediate postwar output that ranks above all else, and 1947-1949 compiles what is arguably the greatest period in Bechet's recording career. Masterpieces abound, from the devastating "Royal Garden Blues" to the wonderful "Buddy Bolden Stomp." Classics has done a fine job at improving the sonic fidelity, and the liner notes are very informative. A truly wonderful disc that should appeal to longtime fans of Bechet and neophytes alike.
~ Thomas Ward, All Music Guide
2003: Django Reinhardt - Swing From Paris Music » Jazz » Swing
2003: Django Reinhardt - Swing From ParisArtist: Django Reinhardt
Album: Swing From Paris
Label: Membran Records
Year: 2003
Format: lossless APE
Time: 62:38
Size: 193Mb


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2000: Stacey Kent - Dreamsville Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
2000: Stacey Kent - Dreamsville
Artist: Stacey Kent
Album: Dreamsville
Year: 2000, release: 2001
Label: Candid
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54 min 14 sec
Total Size: 124 mb

Vocalist Stacey Kent may or may not be "the greatest ballad singer in half a century," as her PR claims, but her straightforward renditions of these by-request ballads are not at all generic. What makes them consistently delightful is her unique sound and delivery. There's a certain brassiness, a trumpet-like pointedness, in her voice, as well as a host of endearing idiosyncrasies. Listen to her pronounce the word "idea" in George and Ira Gershwin's "Isn't It a Pity?" Or deliver these remarkable lyrics from the same song: "What joys untasted!/You, reading Heine/Me, somewhere in China." And later, "My nights were sour, spent with Schopenhauer." Kent knows how to make every tune fit her own musical persona. Dreamsville includes a number of seldom-heard gems, particularly "You Are There" by Johnny Mandel and Dave Frishberg, "You're Looking at Me" by Bobby Troup, and the ever-stunning title track by Henry Mancini. She also presents perennial favorites like "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" and "Thanks for the Memory" (the latter not exactly a ballad). And although this is Kent's hour all the way, her band provides expert backing and more than a few surprises. The singer's husband, Jim Tomlinson, takes a break from tenor sax to play a sumptuous clarinet solo on "Polka Dots." And in the midst of Rodgers & Hart's "Little Girl Blue," pianist David Newton, bassist Simon Thorpe, and drummer Jasper Kviberg fall away, entering again only after Tomlinson and Colin Oxley perform a hushed tenor/guitar duet chorus.
~ David R. Adler, All Music Guide
Taj Mahal & The Hula Blues Band - Hanapepe Dream Music » Blues
Taj Mahal & The Hula Blues Band - Hanapepe DreamArtist: Taj Mahal & The Hula Blues Band
Album: Hanapepe Dream
Label: Tone Cool
Year: 2000
Release: 2003
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kb/s
Time: 44:47
Size: 103Mb
AMG Rating: Taj Mahal & The Hula Blues Band - Hanapepe Dream

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Recorded in the year 2000 in Bremen and in Hawaii, Hanapepe Dream is ethnomusicologist, guitarist, and composer Taj Mahal's own gumbo of Caribbean, Polynesian, African, and American folk roots styles done up in the glorious dress of "song," for anyone who has ears to hear, feet to shuffle, and an ass to shake. Featuring a large band replete with three ukuleles (little, baritone, and tenor), Hawaiian steel guitars, slack key guitars, horns, steel drums, and standard bass, drums, and guitars, Mahal reveals why he's a master of combining traditions and musics from different histories and regions. In fact, Mahal can prove, via his very fine performance here, that all forms of soul and blues, reggae, jazz, and rock & roll music come from one source and that source lies in the African Diaspora. Mahal's own songs here are fine offerings: There's "Great Big Boat," the opener full of celebratory drums and choral singing and loping winds and horns, and "Baby You're My Destiny," a slippery swing tune that borders on Hawaiian folk music and could have been recorded by Django Reinhardt with Louis Prima, Gabby Pahinui, and Ike Quebec sitting in. . . .
Anthology of Russian Blues - I Won't See Mississippi Music » Blues
Anthology of Russian Blues - I Won't See MississippiArtist: Anthology of Russian Blues /
Album: I Won't See Mississippi / 2
Label: AudioVideo
Year: 2004
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kb
Time: 59:53
Size: 138Mb

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Sonny Boy Williamson II - Keep It To Ourselves (1990) Music » Blues » Harp
Sonny Boy Williamson II - Keep It To Ourselves (1990)Artist: Sonny Boy Williamson II
Album: Keep It To Ourselves
Year: 1990
Label: Apo
Genre: Blues
Format: mp3, 320kb/s
Time: 47:41
Size: 110Mb

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An intimate 1963 collection of Sonny Boy Williamson in solo and duet (with guitarist Matt Murphy) formats; on three tracks, pianist Memphis Slim hops aboard. This delightful addendum to Williamson's electric output of the same era was cut in Denmark and first issued on Storyville.
~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide
Robben Ford & The Blue Line - The Authorized Bootleg (1998) Music » Blues
Robben Ford & The Blue Line - The Authorized Bootleg (1998)

Artist: Robben Ford & The Blue Line
Album: The Authorized Bootleg
Label: Blue Thumb Records
Year: 1998
Genre: Blues
Format: mp3, 320kb/s
Time: 51:51
Size: 127 Mb

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This is a keeper from the word "go." Recorded live in 1995 (but not released until 1998) at Yoshi's in Oakland, CA, Robben Ford is joined by long-time Blue Line trio members Roscoe Beck on bass and Tom Brechtlein on drums, as well as Bill Boublitz on a baby grand piano. Although nearly all of the songs can be found on other Ford albums (most are from Handful of Blues), one of the things that makes this jazzy recording so special is that Ford is playing only an acoustic guitar. The Ray Charles gem "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" (which you WON'T find elsewhere) is simply beautiful, and on Paul Butterfield's "Lovin' Cup," it's just Ford and his guitar. The brilliance of his playing and the reason behind why so many guitar players put him at the top of their list can be found in Ford's performance on this release, alternating between lead and rhythm. The Authorized Bootleg also has great (albeit laid-back) versions of "When I Leave Here" and "Tired of Talkin'." Highly, highly recommended. ~ Ann Wickstrom, All Music Guide
Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session (1983) Music » Blues » Modern electric blues
Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session (1983)Artists: Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan
Album: In Session
Label: Stax Records
Year: 1983
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320 kbps
Time: 63:49
Size: 153 Mb

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan In Session is a Blues album by Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan recorded live for TV in 1983 at CHCH-TV studios in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and released as an album in 1999.
This album is notable as this is the only known recording of Stevie Ray Vaughan and his idol Albert King together. It was recorded for one of a series of live television sessions recording the performances of various artists. The TV show was called In Session. Another interesting aspect of the album is that it includes short audio segments of the banter between the artists between songs (remembering that this was being broadcast as well).
Mick Taylor - A Stone's Throw (2000) Music » Blues » Slide guitar
Mick Taylor - A Stone's Throw (2000)Artist: Mick Taylor
Album: A Stone's Throw
Release 2000
Time: 00:57:25
Genre: Slide guitar blues
Format, bitrate: mp3, 192 kb/s
Size: 82 Mb

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Former Stone and John Mayall alumnus cuts loose on this 1999 session in the company of English stalwarts Max Middleton and Rabbit Bundrick. Taylor is a more than capable vocalist, and his playing as always walks the fine line between blues and rock bombast. Most revealing is the laid-back "Never Fall in Love Again," a wistful change of pace from the stronger electric side of this very rock-oriented blues album. Other highlights include "Lost in the Desert," "Late at Night," and "Blind Willie McTell." ~ Cub Koda, All Music Guide
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