80's Songs 1984

Ofra Haza - Fifty Gates Of Wisdom (Yemenite Songs) (1984)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 28, 2016
Ofra Haza - Fifty Gates Of Wisdom (Yemenite Songs) (1984)

Ofra Haza - Fifty Gates Of Wisdom (Yemenite Songs) (1984)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 254 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 98 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Ethnic Pop, Worldbeat, Middle Eastern Traditions | Label: Shanachie | # 64002 | Time: 00:38:35

It would have been groundbreaking enough for the Israeli Ofra Haza to have performed an album of Yemeni Jewish songs. But when she and producer Bezalel Aloni added synthesizers, drum machines, and a generous helping of dance beats, they ended up creating one of the seminal records of world music–one of the very first ethno-techno releases whose reverberations extended into dance clubs around the globe, most especially with "Galbi." While its contemporary sound might make it seem shallow, there really is a lot of depth here, the lyrics coming from the poetry of 16th-century rabbi Shalom Shabazi. Along with fellow spirits like Dissidenten, Haza helped pave the way for Transglobal Underground, Natacha Atlas, and Banco de Gaia.

Tonis Maroudas - Unforgettable songs (1984)  Music

Posted by Speedyclick at Aug. 6, 2011
Tonis Maroudas - Unforgettable songs (1984)

Tonis Maroudas - Unforgettable songs (1984)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) & mp3 @ 320 kbps | tracks: 21 | ~ 340 Mb & 155 Mb | 47:07 | Scans
Label: MINOS-EMI | 5% recovery record | Genre: Greek love ballads

One more album of the famous troubadour with the golden voice. The recordings are remastered from the original LP mainly of the sixties, and the sound quality is very good. You will have the opportunity to hear the multi million selling hit "What is this that they call love" at track no 2 (from the movie "Boy on a dolphin"). The arrangements are for orchestra and voice and often the mood is smooth jazzy. Maroudas' voice is pure magic and becomes familiar from the first song. A wonderful experience.

Chick Corea - Children's Songs (1984)  Music

Posted by axess at Nov. 8, 2008
Chick Corea - Children's Songs (1984)

Chick Corea - Children's Songs
MP3 | 128 kbps | 34.4 MB | 20 Tracks
1984 | NO COVERS | 1 CD | JAZZ
Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42} [Re-Up]

Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 474MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Three CD box set of Chick Corea’s piano music, reminding us that the distinguished solo piano tradition at ECM started in 1971 with Corea’s spontaneously-recorded volumes of improvisations and jazz tunes (all by Chick save for Monk’s “Trinkle, Tinkle” and Wayne Shorter’s “Masqualero”). The “Children’s Songs”, recorded in 1983, are finely-honed yet playful solo piano miniatures that can be related to the tradition of Bartók’s “Mikrokosmos” and Kurtág’s “Játékok”. Violinist Ida Kavafian and cellist Fred Sherry join Chick for an “Addendum”. Booklet includes liner notes by Chick Corea and Neil Tesser, plus archive photos.
Various Artists - 80's Re Covered: Your Songs With The 80's Sound (2015)

V. A. - 80's Re Covered: Your Songs With The 80's Sound (2015)
Label: Music Brokers | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 126:31 min | 289 mb
Synth-Pop, Europop, Disco, Pop Rock

2015 two CD set. The 80s is a decade that has left us not only an unforgettable catalog of songs, but also a wide list of talented artists that so many years later, are still active, both touring and recording new material. 80s: Re-Covered is a fantastic project in which 12 essential artists of the 80's (Kim Carnes, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Heaven 17, ABC, Black, Kim Wilde, etc) take on the challenge of reworking non-'80s songs with an '80s sound. The result is an album with an amazing repertoire that also works as a hidden-gem of the 80s. The recordings were created exclusively for this project, arranged and produced by a team that includes Robin Millar (Sade, Fine Young Cannibals, Big Country, Eric Clapton and Sting among many others). 80s: Re-Covered is a pharaonic and unique project, which has been already acclaimed and requested by our distributors and fans all over the world and definitely will deliver it's fair share of worldwide hit singles. An album that will make history.
Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42} [Repost]

Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 474MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Three CD box set of Chick Corea’s piano music, reminding us that the distinguished solo piano tradition at ECM started in 1971 with Corea’s spontaneously-recorded volumes of improvisations and jazz tunes (all by Chick save for Monk’s “Trinkle, Tinkle” and Wayne Shorter’s “Masqualero”). The “Children’s Songs”, recorded in 1983, are finely-honed yet playful solo piano miniatures that can be related to the tradition of Bartók’s “Mikrokosmos” and Kurtág’s “Játékok”. Violinist Ida Kavafian and cellist Fred Sherry join Chick for an “Addendum”. Booklet includes liner notes by Chick Corea and Neil Tesser, plus archive photos.
Chick Corea - Solo Piano Improvisations / Children's Songs (2010)

Chick Corea - Solo Piano Improvisations / Children's Songs (2010)
EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 3 CDs | 440 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Modern Creative, Post-Bop, Piano Jazz | Label ~ ECM Records

This 2010 ECM collection Solo Piano Improvisations/Children's Songs brings together three of pianist Chick Corea's '70s solo piano recordings. Included are 1971's Piano Improvisations, Vol. 1, 1972's Piano Improvisations, Vol. 2, and 1984's Children's Songs. These reflective, atmospheric, but quite technically agile recordings found Corea exploring and discovering new ways of expressing himself alone at the piano. ~ AllMusic

Momus - Slender Sherbet (Classic Songs Revisited)  Music

Posted by carrak at Jan. 11, 2009
Momus - Slender Sherbet (Classic Songs Revisited)

Momus - Slender Sherbet (Classic Songs Revisited)
MP3 320 kbps | Scans + Lyrics | 167 MB
Electronic/Synth-Pop/Acoustic | Cherry Red Records #CD BRED 123| 1995
Jimmy Somerville - The Singles Collection 1984-1990, Featuring Bronski Beat And The Communards (1990)

Jimmy Somerville - The Singles Collection 1984/1990 (1990)
Featuring Bronski Beat And The Communards

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 546 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 194 Mb | Scans included
Pop, Synth-Pop, New Wave, Hi-NRG, Pop/Rock | Label: London | # 3984 28249 2 | 01:16:06

17 track Best Of from the lead singer of Bronski Beat and the Communards. Both of those groups are represented here as well as some of Jimmy's solo songs. Jimmy's distinctive falsetto voice could not be mistaken for any other. Bronski Beat had six UK hits but only the first four are included here. The four that made it are 'Small Town Boy', an unlikely medley (with Marc Almond) of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love', 'Johnny Remember Me', 'Why' and 'It Ain't Necessarily So'. The Communards had a UK #1 hit with 'Don't Leave Me This Way'. Other hits included here include 'Never Can Say Goodbye', 'So Cold The Night', 'You Are My World', 'Disenchanted', 'Tomorrow', 'For A Friend' and 'There's More To Love'. Jimmy had five UK hits without either group, the biggest of which was 'You Make Me Feel Mighty Real'. A cover of 'To Love Somebody' (Bee Gees) made the UK Top Ten. 'Comment Te Dire Adieu', 'Read My Lips' and 'Run From Love' round out this collection. Despite the omission of one major UK hit and one minor hit, this is an excellent collection of music by one of the best British pop singers of the '80s.

Level 42 - True Colours (1984) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at May 31, 2017
Level 42 - True Colours (1984) [Re-Up]

Level 42 - True Colours (1984)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 267 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 103 Mb | Scans ~ 129 Mb
New Wave, Pop/Rock, Jazz-Funk | Label: Polydor | # 823 542-2 | Time: 00:45:17

Level 42 was steadily perfecting and evolving their dance/pop, funk, and rock mix during the '80s, and when they hit the big time, the label began reissuing their earlier, less successful material. It's hard to understand why this didn't do as well as later albums like World Machine, Running in the Family, and Staring at the Sun, although the obvious reason would be that no singles ever broke that compared with the ones from those releases. But it was just as well produced, the songs were almost as cutely performed, and the arrangements are very similar.