Accoustic Guitar

Keith Urban - Livin' Right Now (2005)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at June 17, 2016
Keith Urban - Livin' Right Now (2005)

Keith Urban - Livin' Right Now (2005)
DVD9 | Video: NTSC 720x480 (16:9) | Audio: Dolby AC3, 5.1/2.0 | 6.6 Gb | Scans | Time: 01:41:11
Genre: Country Rock, Pop Rock | Label: Capitol Records Nashville | Cat.: 7243-5-44632-9-7

From Capitol Records and Guitar Monkey Entertainment comes this live concert release featuring a set by country Music superstar Keith Urban. Filmed in December of 2004 at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles California, Urban unleashes his incredible guitar skills and perfect pitch vocals onto an audience that gives back the same energy Urban exudes onto them. Beginning the show with songs from his most current release, "Be Here," Urban whips the crowd to their feet with, "These Are The Days," "Days Go By," and his current single, "Better Life."…

Mindgames - Paradox Of Choice (2015)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 5, 2016
Mindgames - Paradox Of Choice (2015)

Mindgames - Paradox Of Choice (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 434 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 167 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | Mindgames #mind004

Paradox Of Choice is a new studio album by Belgian progressive rock band Mindgames. Progrock with refreshing, surprising, big fat chords, heavy tunes and classic arrangements. From melancholy, penetrating sadness to sunlit speed and bombastic outbursts!

Fairport Convention - Fame And Glory (2009)  Music

Posted by uff at April 7, 2014
Fairport Convention - Fame And Glory (2009)

Fairport Convention - Fame And Glory (2009)
Folk Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Matty Grooves MGCD049 | rel: 2009 | 420Mb

Fairport Convention's Fame and Glory is an album given over entirely to compositions by Breton songwriter Alan Simon, who proves to be a good fit for the venerable British folk-rock outfit. The band is well served by material that delves back into the Middle Ages and beyond, referring to the Arthurian legend more than once. A third of the tracks are instrumentals; four are live recordings; and there are guest vocalists including Jacqui McShee and John Wetton. All that said, this remains a characteristic Fairport Convention album, with the violin and flute pacing folk-rock arrangements and Simon Nicol handling most of the singing. Using the Simon songs is just a way of coming up with an album's worth of music to play in their typical style. ~Allmusic

Tugs - Europa Minor (2013) {Ams}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Jan. 11, 2014
Tugs - Europa Minor (2013) {Ams}

Tugs - Europa Minor (2013) {Ams}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 509 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 181 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 189 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2013 Ams | AMS221 CD
Rock / Progressive Rock

Italian band TUGS was formed sometime in the 1970's, but in their initial phase that lasted until the mid 1980's they didn't manage to record any material. Some 20 odd years later Tugs reunited, and work commenced to finalize and record the material they had created when they first started out. Come 2013 and this process was finalized with the release of their debut album "Europa Minor" on the Italian AMS label. One thing that struck me when listening to this album was the frequent use of piano textures, especially on the first ten of the twelve tracks. A detail that generally makes me suspect that many of the compositions started out as piano creations that have later been expanded with arrangements of a more sophisticated nature. If this is the case for this band as well I don't know, but it was a distinct association I got on many of these songs.

Enslavement Of Beauty - Megalomania (2001)  Music

Posted by Aprofene at April 16, 2012
Enslavement Of Beauty - Megalomania (2001)

Enslavement Of Beauty - Megalomania (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image)+CUE+LOG | MP3 @ 320 Kbps | 56:59 min | Complete Scans -> 48 Mb | 427 Mb + 134 Mb
Symphonic Black Metal | Norway | Label: Head Not Found Records | Catalog #: HNF 062

If you liked the melodic and harmonic tunes of Traces o'red, this album surpasses all expectations. It sounds spectacular. No synthetic drums and bass. This is the real thing. Traces was also a great album to contain much midi, but this album does it superbly without any computersound. Also a faboluos song from their early days. So this band really deserves great recognition worldwide. Check it out. It is plain and simple geniality.
Martin Kolbe & Ralf Illenberger - Waves / Colouring the Leaves [2008]

Martin Kolbe & Ralf Illenberger - Waves/Colouring the Leaves
mp3 @ 320 | cover scans | ~170 MB incl. 3% recovery
Genre: Jazz, Instrumental, accoustic guitar duo | Label: Moods, Inakustik | Original recordings: 1977; This re-issue: 2008

With stunning acoustic guitar duels, two young men from the south of Germany gathered a loyal following with their brilliant dialogues. Ralf Illenberger from Stuttgart and his partner Martin Kolbe from Herrenberg, were drawn in by the folk and guitar boom that was everywhere in the seventies. In 1977 they got together and developed their style with the first albums “Waves” and “Colouring The Leaves”: they conjured up huge, orchestral sounds, using dynamism and melodies rather than technical blending.

John Mellencamp - Scarecrow (1985) [MFSL UDCD-II 604]  Music

Posted by Goodspeed at June 24, 2010
John Mellencamp - Scarecrow (1985) [MFSL UDCD-II 604]

John Mellencamp - Scarecrow (1985) [MFSL UDCD-II 604]
EAC+LOG+CUE | Flac (image) | 1 CD | 288 MB | artwork @ 600dpi | FP + UL | 3% recovery
Rock | Release date: June 1985 | PolyGram/ Riva Music Inc. | Catalog # 0 15775 16042 2

Though the comparison has often been applied to him unfairly, it's fair to say that Scarecrow is to John Cougar Mellencamp what Born in the U.S.A. is to Bruce Springsteen: a hugely popular hit that solidified both his fan base and his critical reputation. The one important difference is that U.S.A.'s message was largely misinterpreted (Ronald Reagan co-opted the title song in a manner that's tragically ironic), while Scarecrow's ode to Mellencamp's native Indiana comes through loud and clear.

John Fahey - Live In Tasmania 1981  Music

Posted by micaus11 at Nov. 13, 2008
John Fahey - Live In Tasmania  1981

John Fahey - Live In Tasmania 1981
MP3 @ 256 | 80 MB | Cover
Genre: Guitar

John and I were flying somewhere between Melbourne & Sydney & Perth. A long flight and it was delayed due to the outback haze. Flying Devils were at our heels…We were scared, so we asked the stewardess for some beers. She was scared too, so she had a beer with us. Brought us more. It was, it was, it was… John and I got definitely drunk, definitely charged and rapping freely about whatever seemed timely, especially the stewardess passing out because of the passing Macleayasaurasis. I don't quite remember the complete idioscopic sequence but it went from Tasmanian Devils, Buggs Bunny to Tasmanian Angst und Scienheit so far from everywhere. There in the Outback and then WHAM, Idea!! Let's do a live recorded concert in Tasmania. So much better than…Well folks, the free thoughts were flowing more than the beer. (That's mighty fast in the down-under) and pretty soon the attack plan was formulated.

Viktoria Tolstoy - My Swedish Heart - 2005  Music

Posted by mohet2003 at Nov. 6, 2008
Viktoria Tolstoy - My Swedish Heart - 2005

Viktoria Tolstoy - My Swedish Heart - 2005
Jazz vocal | Time 46:40 | 110 Mb | MP3 320 | All Covers

While the music for the first ACT album by the great-great-granddaughter of Leo Tolstoy was all specially composed by Esbjörn Svensson, this "beautiful singer with classiness coursing in her blood" (Tonart) has dedicated her latest totally to her home country. MY SWEDISH HEART is an expression of love and a tribute to the great Swedish jazz composers from Lars Gullin to her contemporaries. Sweden developed a particularly active jazz scene before all other European countries, helped by the fact that many American greats didn't just tour in Sweden but also made their homes there. The list is long and impressive: Stan Getz, Art Farmer, Dexter Gordon, Sahib Shihab, Ben Webster, Idrees Sulieman, Bill Evans, Quincy Jones, to name but a few. The musical exchange of these great talents with the local scene resulted in a long list of exceptional local jazz musicians: Lars Gullin, Arne Domnerus, Ake Persson, Rune Gustafsson and Bengt-Arne Wallin. All were accepted as equals by their American friends and peers, even in the 1950s. The album releases from that time bear witness to the high level of musicianship. For her new album Viktoria Tolstoy has immersed herself deeply in Swedish jazz culture and selected a special homage from the large choice available.

VA - Zabriskie Point (1970) (1997 Remaster-2CD)  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Dec. 18, 2007
VA - Zabriskie Point (1970) (1997 Remaster-2CD)

VA - Zabriskie Point (1970) (1997 Remaster-2CD)
(Pink Floyd - Grateful Dead - Jerry Garcia)
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG -> 199Mb + 227Mb | MP3 @320 -> 84Mb + 123Mb
Full Artwork @300 dpi -> 86Mb (png) | Rhino / Wea

The "Zabriskie Point" soundtrack was re-issued a few years ago, and this is a most welcome reissue, overseen by the (as usual) reliable folks at Rhino. What originally was a single CD soundtrack now comes to us in 2 CDs.