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V.A. - Classic Rock presents Prog: Prognosis 18-19 (2011)  Music

Posted by gribovar at April 29, 2015
V.A. - Classic Rock presents Prog: Prognosis 18-19 (2011)

V.A. - Classic Rock presents Prog: Prognosis 18-19 (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 860 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 326 MB | Covers included
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Future

A spinoff of its parent magazine, Classic Rock Presents Prog takes a look at progressive music and the artists who weave them together. Each issue takes a soul-searching foray into the hearts and minds of the heroes of rock, reviewing both new and old releases. Building upon the history of some of the most genre-defining pieces ever devised and those who followed who continue to refine, revolutionise and completely discard the formulas of those who came before. Reflecting on the proud genesis of this unexpected genre, Classic Rock Presents Prog is an able tutor for those in the dark about the evolution of progressive music, and a tonic for existing fans.
Miles Davis Quintet - Live in Europe 1967: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1 (2011) {3CD + Bonus DVD5 NTSC}

Miles Davis Quintet - Live in Europe 1967: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1 (2011) {3CD + Bonus DVD5 NTSC}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 782 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 474 Mb
DVD5 -> 3.86 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 4:3 | LinearPCM, 2 ch | ~ 65 min | ISO Image
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 305 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1967, 2011 Columbia / Legacy / Sony Music | 88697 94053 2
Jazz / Hard Bop / Post Bop / Modal Music / Trumpet

The explosive transformation of Miles Davis’ “second great Quintet” with Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums) is laid bare on this release. Culled from original state-owned television and radio sources in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, and Sweden, the program spans five northern European festival performances over the course of nine days in October-November 1967. The audio shows consist entirely of previously unreleased or previously only bootlegged material. This is a 3-CD + DVD package, with an 8-panel digipak with 28-page booklet.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 07 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 07 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 80.55+80.39+72.14 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.09 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
VA - Raunchy Sugar: The Pure Essence Of Memphis Rock & Roll (2011) 3 CD Set

VA - Raunchy Sugar: The Pure Essence Of Memphis Rock & Roll (2011) 3 CD Set
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 561 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 471 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Early Pop/Rock | Fantastic Voyage | # FVTD119 | 02:57:38

The argument will forever rage, but Memphis, Tennessee, is as much the fountainhead of rock ’n’ roll as is Cleveland, Ohio. Whilst the north had Alan Freed as its turntable champion, the south was blessed with the madcap deejay, Dewey Phillips. Chances are, ole Dewey would have played most of the 75 titles that go to make up Raunchy Sugar on his Red Hot and Blue show that aired over WHBQ in Memphis.During the 1950s the city was alive with labels, record hops, musicians and the general chaos that goes hand in hand with the big beat. The geographical lie of the land helped a great deal, because the city was central to so many rural areas that harboured musical talent and style. Carl Perkins and Carl Mann gravitated to the area from Jackson, Tennessee, Billy Riley and Conway Twitty did the same from Arkansas, and Elvis Presley hit the trail from Mississippi in order to soak up some of that unique Shelby County action. Outside of Sam Phillips’ legendary Sun Records, the labels included such names as Hi, Cover, Fernwood, Meteor, Vaden Moon and Satellite.
Constance Demby - Albums Collection 1978-2011 (12CD + DVD5) [Re-Up]

Constance Demby - Albums Collection 1978-2011 (12CD + DVD5)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 3.58 Gb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 1.84 Gb (incl 5%) | Scans included
New Age, Neo-Classical, Space Music, Progressive Electronic, Ambient, Spiritual | Time: 11:40:35

Constance Demby is one of the few representatives of the New Age movement (in both her music and her personal philosophies) who consistently creates artistic, highly expressive compositions. Demby was trained in classical music as a child, and her artistic spirit led her to also master several other art forms; at the University of Michigan, she studied painting, sculpture, and music. It was her work as a sculptor that led her to new dimensions of sound. As she was torching a sheet of metal, it roared thunderously, and thus was born the Sonic Steel Instruments: the Whale Sail, and the Space Bass, enormous bowed instruments with deep archetypal resonances.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 06 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 06 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 45.16+57.05+69.48 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 718 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 05 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 05 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 40.10+50.34 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 363 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 04 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 04 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 60.08+47.54+61.38 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 680 Mb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 03 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 03 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 81.11+72.34+65.55+62.29 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.22 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.
Lumieres - La musique du XVIIIeme siecle (29 CD): Part 02 [2011]

Lumières - La musique du XVIIIème siècle (29 CD): Part 02 [2011]
Classical | Harmonia Mundi 2908601.30 | TT: 76.43+73.10+77.59+54.27 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 1.29 Gb

The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.