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Junko Onishi Trio - Live At The Village Vanguard II (1994) {Blue Note CDP 7243 8 33418 2 8}

Junko Onishi Trio - Live At The Village Vanguard II (1994) {Blue Note CDP 7243 8 33418 2 8}
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© 1994 Blue Note / Somethin' Else Records / Toshiba-EMI | CDP 7243 8 33418 2 8
Jazz / Post Bop / Jazz Piano Trio

This is a follow up release of additional material from the May 1994 concerts at the Village Vanguard by the 20-something piano sensation, the first volume having been released in 1995 to wide attention. Onishi is a master of the post-bop piano, playing with speed and command. She is also characterized by a heavy-handed, propulsive approach.
The Lounge Lizards - Live In Berlin 1991 Vol. II (1992) {veraBra records - vBr 2055 2}

The Lounge Lizards - Live In Berlin 1991 Vol. II (1992) {veraBra records - vBr 2055 2}
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© 1992 veraBra records | vBr 2055 2
Jazz / Modern Jazz / Non-Jazz

When saxophonist John Lurie originally formed the Lounge Lizards in 1978, it was a type of joke band, a satirical group that made fun of the idea of a jazz combo. However, after a short time he began taking the music much more seriously without losing his wit. The 1991 version of the Lounge Lizards was potentially one of his strongest, featuring such notables as saxophonist Michael Blake, trumpeter Steven Bernstein and vibraphonist Bryan Carrott.

Colosseum II - Wardance (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 28, 2018
Colosseum II - Wardance (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}

Colosseum II - Wardance (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}
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Jazz Rock, Fusion | MCA Records / Warner-Pioneer Corp. #18P2-2757

Wardance shows many of the attributes associated to symphonic rock, from a surrealistic record cover and detailed information about what amplifiers and cymbals the band uses, to song titles like "Star Maiden/Mysterioso/Quasar." But even though Colosseum II had much in common with symphonic rock, they were more of a jazz-rock or fusion band. While none of the musicians are anything even close to restrictive in their playing, Moore's solo guitar is what many of the songs are built up around. His distinctive way of playing, while still in development, is clearly heard, as are similarities to his first solo album Grinding Stone, especially in the album's only vocal song, "Castles." This was the second album released by Colosseum II in 1977, and their third in two years.

Colosseum II - Electric Savage (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 27, 2018
Colosseum II - Electric Savage (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}

Colosseum II - Electric Savage (1977) {1989, Japan 1st Press}
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Jazz Rock, Fusion, Progressive Rock | MCA Records / Warner-Pioneer Corp. 18P2-2756

Colosseum II was a British band formed in 1975 by the former Colosseum drummer and leader, Jon Hiseman, following the 1974 demise of his band Tempest. Hiseman announced his plan to form the band eventually named Colosseum II in November 1974, but only Gary Moore was named as a member. Rehearsals were due to begin on January 1, 1975, but a permanent unit was not finalised until May 1975. Among musicians who almost made the group were Graham Bell, Duncan Mackay and Mark Clarke. The final line-up was completed by Don Airey, Neil Murray and Mike Starrs. The band was oriented toward jazz fusion, much of which was driven by the guitar work of Moore, leading to a much heavier sound than the original Colosseum band.

Colosseum II - Strange New Flesh (1976) {1989, Japanese Edition}  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 27, 2018
Colosseum II - Strange New Flesh (1976) {1989, Japanese Edition}

Colosseum II - Strange New Flesh (1976) {1989, Japanese Edition}
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Jazz Rock, Fusion, Progressive Rock | Bronze / Teichiku Records #TECP-18014

Several years after the original art rock supergroup Colosseum disbanded, drummer Jon Hiseman formed Colosseum II, a more jazz fusion-oriented outfit featuring guitarist Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy) and keyboardist Don Airey. Their eclectic debut, Strange New Flesh, shows some impressive chops from all involved, with an emphasis on Moore's soulful guitar leads. Vocalist Mike Starr, while not an immensely engaging singer, does a nice job keeping up with Hiseman and bass player Neil Murray. Highlights include the technically showy but blissfully irreverent ode to Pink Floyd, "Dark Side of the Moog," a nice version of Joni Mitchell's "Down to You," and the funky "Gemini and Leo."
The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips - John Taverner: Missa Corona spinea - Dum transisset Sabbatum I and II (2015/2018)

The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips - John Taverner: Missa Corona spinea - Dum transisset Sabbatum I and II (2015/2018)
Classical, Vocal | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 267 MB
Label: Gimell | Tracks: 18 | Time: 61:57 min

The Tallis Scholars return one again to the music of John Taverner with the Missa Corona spinea. A challenging mass setting, the magnificence of its conception can be heard in both the overall structure of the movements and the detail within the vocal writing. Taverner felt able to ignore the natural boundaries of the text and experiment with scoring. It is believed to have been a commissioned work, but the occasion and commissioner's identity remain unknown.

Golden Earring - Naked II (1997) {2003, Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 10, 2018
Golden Earring - Naked II (1997) {2003, Reissue}

Golden Earring - Naked II (1997) {2003, Reissue}
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Rock, Acoustic | Universal Music #067 980-2

This 1997 follow-up to The Naked Truth repeats the basic "live and acoustic" formula of that album, but it isn't the uninspired retread one might expect. Since the last album used most of the group's familiar numbers, this collection of songs digs deeper into the group's catalog to highlight some lesser-known gems that will delight Golden Earring fanatics. Two of the best examples are "Buddy Joe," a rousing adventure tale that translates perfectly to the acoustic setting, and "Bombay," a tune that takes an almost hoedown-style quality when stripped of its electric guitars. The set list also includes a few covers that appeared on Love Sweat, "Who Do You Love" and "This Wheel's on Fire." Both songs are ideally suited to the stripped-down atmosphere and are given performances that are energetic enough to make the listener forget this album is not electric.

Calendar 366 II 2.1.0  Software

Posted by tnt-reloaded at Feb. 27, 2018
Calendar 366 II 2.1.0

Calendar 366 II 2.1.0 Multilingual | macOS | 14 mb

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Chris Norman - The Original Album II: Different Shades (1987) {2006, Reissue}

Chris Norman - The Original Album II: Different Shades (1987) {2006, Reissue}
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Soft Rock, Pop Rock | Edel #0174222ERE

Known for his solo hits in the 1980s as well as his hits with the band Smokie in the '70s, Chris Norman is a British soft rock singer with an international following whose career spans several decades. As Smokie's popularity trailed off around the turn of the decade, Norman split from the band and made his solo album debut in 1982 with Rock Away Your Teardrops. While his debut album was fairly unsuccessful, his second full-length effort, Some Hearts Are Diamonds (1986), was another story, spawning the international Top Ten smash hit single "Midnight Lady." Norman's popularity was greatest in Germany, where he racked up several additional hits during the late '80s, among them "No Arms Can Ever Hold You," "Sarah (You Take My Breath Away)," and "Broken Heroes."
WAZ Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung Dortmund-Süd II - 13. Februar 2018

WAZ Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung Dortmund-Süd II - 13. Februar 2018
German | 56 pages | True PDF | 43.2 MB