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Various Artists - The Other Side Of The Trax: Stax-Volt 45rpm Rarities 1964-1968 (2016) {Kent-Ace Records CDTOP 442}

Various Artists - The Other Side Of The Trax: Stax-Volt 45rpm Rarities 1964-1968 (2016) {Kent-Ace Records CDTOP 442}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 250 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 144 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 65 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2016 Kent / Ace Records / Stax | CDTOP 442
Soul / Rhythm & Blues

Ace has long been associated with the Stax catalogue and we are continually looking for new ways to keep the connection going via packages of exciting vault discoveries. Many of our recent Stax compilations have concentrated on the company’s later era – the yellow period, as it’s known in collector circles – but we’re starting our 2016 schedule with a project that draws on releases from their earlier blue period.
Miles Davis Quintet - The Great Prestige Recordings (2009) [24/96] {180g 45rpm 5x2LP BoxSet} [Analogue Productions APJ 035-45]

Miles Davis Quintet - The Great Prestige Recordings (2009) [24/96] {180g 45rpm 5x2LP BoxSet} [Analogue Productions APJ 035-45]
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC (tracks) – 3.72 Gb | Full Scans – 75 Mb | Label: Analogue Productions / Prestige
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop | RAR 5% | Rec. CAT #APJ 035-45

One of Analogue Productions' most successful and collectible projects has been the Miles Davis Quintet/The Great Prestige Recordings deluxe box set on 33 1/3 LP. Now, that beautiful five-album set is being reintroduced. And at 45 RPM, it's more stunning than ever! Featuring a 12" x 12" 16-page gorgeous booklet, packaged with the LPs in a deluxe, heavy-duty box, this set is the end-all of Miles' work for the legendary Prestige label from 1951 through 1956. Stereophile awarded the first incarnation of this set Recording of the Month in their March 1997 issue, giving it five stars for both music and sonics. That was at 33 1/3 RPM. Imagine these same records at 45 RPM!
Winston Tong ‎– Theoretical China (1984) Les Disques Du Crépuscule/12TWI310 - 12"/45RPM - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Winston Tong ‎– Theoretical China
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz
Label: Les Disques Du Crépuscule / 12TWI310 | Release: 1984 | Genre: Techno-Pop

Tong's final solo effort, or at least the last one that has seen any sort of formal release, Theoretically Chinese is at times quite an intriguing attempt at an art-pop/dance effort, mid-'80s vintage.
Elvin Jones - Genesis (1971) {2011 Music Matters 45RPM 2xLP} (24-96 vinyl rip)

Elvin Jones - Genesis (1971) {2011 Music Matters 45RPM 2xLP} (24-96 vinyl rip)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Scans | 827 MB | Label: Blue Note | USA pressing
Genre: jazz, post-bop | RAR 5% | Rec. CAT #MMBST 84369 / BST 84369 | 2011

The graphics are kind of dull on this late-period Blue Note LP, but the music is anything but boring. Elvin Jones' band had expanded during 1969-71 from a pianoless trio to a three-horn quintet. With Dave Liebman and the returning Joe Farrell on tenors and sopranos and Frank Foster contributing some tenor, alto flute and bass clarinet (bassist Gene Perla completes the group), it would not be an overstatement to call this a powerful unit. On five originals by band members (best-known is Jones' "Three Card Molly"), the musicians take long, heated solos that straddle the boundary between hard bop and the avant-garde. Their album (not yet out on CD) has plenty of invigorating music.

Sonny Clark - Sonny's Crib (1957) {2011 Music Matters 45RPM vinyl} 24-96  Vinyl & HR

Posted by Hungry Mind at March 29, 2012
Sonny Clark - Sonny's Crib (1957) {2011 Music Matters 45RPM vinyl} 24-96

Sonny Clark - Sonny's Crib (1957) {2011 Music Matters 45RPM vinyl} 24-96
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 965 MB
Genre: jazz, hard bop | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Music Matters | CAT #MMBST-1576

Recorded in 1957, Sonny's Crib features a front line of Curtis Fuller, Donald Byrd, and John Coltrane with Sonny Clark on piano, Art Taylor on drums, and Paul Chambers on bass. Truly still a bebop recording, done a full year before the landmark Cool Struttin' session, nonetheless the set produced some awesome readings of classic tunes, like the opener, "With a Song in My Heart," with one of the knottiest Byrd solos ever. As Chambers and Taylor up the rhythmic ante and Clark comps with enormous chords in the background, the entire line solos, but it is Byrd's that is stunning in its complexity – though Coltrane could play bebop as well as anybody.
Lobo - Me And You And A Dog Named Boo - Walk Away From It All (1971) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96

Lobo - Me And You And A Dog Named Boo - Walk Away From It All (1971) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96
Flac tracks, no cue, no log, 16-44 - 51 MB, 24-96 - 130 MB | 300dpi scans, JPEG included or TIFF - 52 MB
Rock | 1971 Big Tree Records # BT 112 | 5% recovery record | Source: My 45

Here is Lobo's first big hit single but the value here to Lobo fan's is the B side, "Walk Away From It All" which has never been issued on any LP or CD. Basically, if you don't own the original issue 45 you probably have never heard this track and can't get it anywhere else. This was also the first Big Tree single to be distributed by Ampex Records.
Bill Evans Trio - Everybody Digs Bill Evans (2010) {Analogue Productions 45rpm 180g} 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip plus CD Version

Bill Evans Trio - Everybody Digs Bill Evans
Part of Bill Evans Riverside Recordings Box Set

Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (5% Recovery) | m3u & Tech Log, no cue | HQ Artwork
882 MB (24/96) + 261 MB (CD) | RAR 5% recovery | DR Analysis | Jazz | 1958
Analogue Productions ~ APJ-018 (2010)
45rpm Double LP mastered by Kevin Gray ~ Pressed in Germany

is the second record album by jazz musician Bill Evans, released in 1958. It was a trio date, recorded with Sam Jones and Philly Joe Jones.
Cannonball Adderley - Know What I Mean? (2010) {Analogue Productions 45rpm 180g} 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip plus Redbook CD Version

Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans - Know What I Mean?
Part of Bill Evans Riverside Recordings Box Set

Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (5% Recovery) | m3u & Tech Log, no cue | HQ Artwork
840 MB (24/96) + 250 MB (CD) | RAR 5% recovery | DR Analysis | Rock | 1961
Analogue Productions ~ APJ-018 (2010)
45rpm Double LP mastered by Kevin Gray ~ Pressed in Germany

is a 1961 album by jazz musician Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, accompanied by Bill Evans and the rhythm section of the Modern Jazz Quartet. It was originally released on the Riverside label as RLP-433.
The Winstons - Love Of The Common People - Color Him Father (1969) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96 *Re-Up*

The Winstons - Love Of The Common People - Color Him Father (1969) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96
FLAC tracks, no cue, no log, 16-44 - 64 MB, 24-96 - 144 MB | 600dpi scans, JPG & TIF
R&B | 1969 Metromedia Trophy Series (early 1970s reissue) stereo| 5% recovery record | Source: My 45

This is The Winstons 2 biggest hits reissued on one 45. I bought this new back in the early 70s.
Public Image Ltd - Metal Box (UK Original 3 x 12'' @ 45rpm) Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/ 96 Khz + CD

Public Image Ltd - Metal Box (1979)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz & 16-bit/44.1kHz | FLAC (Tracks), artworks | Stereo | 353 Mo, 1,19 Go | 5% RAR Recovery
Styles: Post-Punk | RapidShare Download
Virgin Records 3 x 12''@45 rpm

Only John Lydon could claim to be "getting rid of the albatross" by tying it around his neck in the form of an obtuse ten-minute album opener. Less a band than a menacing juggernaut, PIL recorded an unforgiving second album, propelled by Keith Levene's livewire guitar work and Jah Wobble's endless, rubbery basslines. Lydon (still Rotten, just not by name) used these perpetual motion machines to launch bitter screeds against society, and it's hard to imagine more anti-social music. But the group were aware of the potential hypocrisies in holding up a dark mirror image to the public, implied by their corporatist name. Second Edition was originally released as Metal Box , literally packaged in cost-prohibitive film canisters. For this, Lydon was eternally grateful to Virgin, his pride and price for showing that major labels were capable of issuing genuinely challenging art for mass consumption. –Christopher Dare
The sound is breathtaking….