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Wilhelm Kempff - Beethoven Piano Sonatas: The Complete Wartime 78-rpm Recordings (2017)

Wilhelm Kempff - Beethoven Piano Sonatas: The Complete Wartime 78-rpm Recordings (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 04:59:04 | 505 Mb
Classical | Label: APR Recordings

This important set contains the sixteen Beethoven sonatas that Wilhelm Kempff recorded for Grammophon in Germany between 1940 and 1943. Several are reissued here for the first time since their original release on 78rpm discs and none are currently available elsewhere. The sound is excellent for the period and all reveal the young Kempff at his best, in performances that compliment his later thoughts. The release is the companion of two previous APR releases of early Kempff Beethoven recordings the late sonatas (APR6018) and piano concertos 1, 3, 4 & 5 (APR6019), both of which received excellent reviews and were amongst APRs best sellers.

Pandit Ravi Shankar - Vintage 78 RPM Records (2007) {Saregama}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 1, 2017
Pandit Ravi Shankar - Vintage 78 RPM Records (2007) {Saregama}

Pandit Ravi Shankar - Vintage 78 RPM Records (2007) {Saregama}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 167 mb
Genre: world, Indian classical

Vintage 78 RPM Records is a 2007 compilation album by Pandit Ravi Shankar. Released by Saregama, these recordings were originally relerased as 78's and most of them are 3 1/2 minutes in length, for a total of 18 tracks. Some of the songs also featured Ali Akbar Khan on sarod, along with tabla players Chatur Lal, Kishan Maharaj, and Gyan Prakash Ghosh.

VA - Kantolar 78 RPM (1905-1945)  Music

Posted by Manavgat at June 12, 2010
VA - Kantolar 78 RPM (1905-1945)

VA - Kantolar 78 RPM (1905-1945)
1998 | Kalan Music | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 21 Tracks | ~94 Mb
Genre: Tango, Canto & Old Popular

Italian theater and opera has had a profound effect on Turkish culture in the past century. Like the terminology ofseamanship, the terminology of music and theater derived from Italian. In the argot of the improvisational theater of Istanbul the stage was called "sahano", backstage was referred to as "koyuntu", backdrops depicting countryside were "bosko", the appiause was "furi" and the songs sung between the acts and plays were called "kanto".

VA - The Ottoman Military Music in 78 rpm Records (2000)  Music

Posted by Manavgat at June 11, 2010
VA - The Ottoman Military Music in 78 rpm Records (2000)

VA - The Ottoman Military Music in 78 rpm Records (2000)
Kalan Music | MP3 AVR 192 kbps | 21 Tracks | ~80 Mb
Genre: Classic Turkish Music

It was the Turks who early on discovered the power of military bands to excite fighters while encouraging their warrior spirit, and to maintain discipline in unity during marches in times of peace. While the roots of this tradition reach back to the Hun Empire, Turks used music on the military field in an active and functional way. In particular, the morale of the army was boosted by the incessant beating of the large drum, "kos" (a large kettle drum) and by playing inarches.
Byzantine Music - 78 RPM Orfeon-Odeon (1914-1926) (Iakovos Nafpliotis Compiling)

Byzantine Music - 78 RPM Orfeon-Odeon (1914-1926) (Iakovos Nafpliotis Compiling)
2008 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 101 Tracks | ~868 Mb | 5CD
Genre : Oldies & Religious Music | Kalan Music

These new CDs are not being introduced as a simple addition to the consumer market, as they were produced with the consciousness that authentic Byzantine melody is not music intended for popular consumption, nor can it become an object of commercialization. On the contrary, Byzantine music belongs to the realm of transcendence. It is word [logos] in musical form, the word of revelation and disclosure of truth and the experience of the Church that is not related to the provocation of the senses, emotion, pleasure, or delight. The beauty, therefore, of Byzantine music does not have an aesthetic basis, but rather an ontological one, which imprints and defines this beauty in both an iconic and Eucharistic fashion in the Divine Services.

Masters of Turkish Music, compiled from original 78 rpm discs  Music

Posted by nomada at Dec. 28, 2008
Masters of Turkish Music, compiled from original 78 rpm discs

Masters of Turkish Music, compiled from original 78 rpm discs
EAC FLAC cue | Booklet | 336 MB
Rounder CD 1051 (1990) | classical & popular Turkish

Tito Puente - The Complete 78's, Vol. 4 (2009)  Music

Posted by Ibiza at June 1, 2009
Tito Puente - The Complete 78's, Vol. 4   (2009)

Tito Puente - The Complete 78's, Vol. 4
Latin | MP3 320 Kbps | 2 CD | 210 MB
Emusica Records 2009
Don Gibson ‎– The Singer - The Songwriter 1949-1960 (1991)

Don Gibson ‎– The Singer - The Songwriter 1949-1960 (1991)
Country | FLAC (tracks) | Cover | 04:54:58 | 1.38 GB + 5% Recovery
Label: Bear Family Records ‎– BCD 15475 | Tracks: 122 | Rls.date: 1991

The 11 years covered in this first of two Don Gibson retrospectives by the German Bear Family label are the most captivating in his career.
Marillion - Lavender (1985) EMI/12MARIL 4 - 12″/45 RPM/SP Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Marillion – Lavender
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 300mb & 150mb
Label: EMI/052 20 0778 6/12MARIL 4 | Released: 1988 | Genre: Neo-Progressive


Essential: a masterpiece of Progressive Rock music
“Lavender” is a song by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion. It was released as the second single from their 1985 UK number one concept album Misplaced Childhood.
Marillion - Freaks (Live) (1988) EMI/12MARIL 9 - 12″/45 RPM/Original UK Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Marillion – Freaks (Live)
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 200mb & 100mb
Label: EMI/12MARIL 9 | Released: 1988 | Genre: Neo-Progressive


Essential: a masterpiece of Progressive Rock music
“Freaks” is a song by British neo-progressive rock band Marillion. First released in 1985 on the B-side to the number five UK hit single “Lavender”, in November 1988 it was released in a live version on a double A-side single together with the band’s 1985 number two hit, “Kayleigh”. The single was intended to promote the forthcoming double-live album The Thieving Magpie, which documents the band’s history with singer Fish, who had left the band in October 1988; as such, this was Marillion’s last ever single to feature Fish on vocals and cover art by Mark Wilkinson, who would go on to collaborate with Fish.