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Marc Anthony - Sigo Siendo Yo (2006) [Cd Flac]  

Posted by tacna2007 at Feb. 23, 2010
Marc Anthony - Sigo Siendo Yo (2006) [Cd Flac]

Sigo Siendo Yo
Latin Music | 1 CD | FLAC | no CUE, no LOG | 454 MB | 2006 | Covers

Sigo siendo yo de Marc Anthony es un álbum de sus grandes éxitos en español con dos canciones inéditas grabadas especialmente para este lanzamiento: Lo que no te di y Qué precio tiene el cielo.

THE DOORS: BEST OF... Remastered CD [flac, cue]  Music

Posted by Ferry at July 22, 2007
THE DOORS: BEST OF... Remastered CD [flac, cue]

THE DOORS: "The Best Of…" (Remastered)
2 CD - 271+245mb | FLAC + CUE devided in multiple tracks | 89min
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock?
The Kinks - The Kinks At The BBC: Radio & TV Sessions And Concerts: 1964-1994 (Box Set '2012) [Japanese 5x SHM-CD+DVD] RE-UP

The Kinks - The Kinks At The BBC: Radio & TV Sessions And Concerts: 1964-1994 (Box Set '2012)
EAC | 5x SHM-CD | FLAC+CUE+LOGs - 1,68 GB | Complete Scans - 811 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 565 MB | Full DVD - 7,6 GB
Rock | CDs Running Time - 361:47 minutes / DVD ~ 225 minutes | Label: BBC/Sanctuary/Universal Music Japan | Cat # UICY-75305

Limited six disc box set from the British rockers. This release is collated from all of the BBC owned Kinks recordings that still exist in the archive and charts the inexorable rise of the band: from the first steps on the Pye label, to the glory days as one of the greatest acts of all time. The BBC gave the band a platform and support at crucial stages in their career and The Kinks At The BBC could be seen essentially as an alternate Greatest Hits, a musical growing up in public. This incredible archive represents a great set of previously unreleased recordings in the Kinks catalog. The collection has been brought together by trawling the BBC archives, but also by inviting contributions from fans. Included also is a DVD of the bands sought after appearances on Top of the Pops and the Old Grey Whistle Test a well as concerts from throughout the band's career. This is a first for the band as these recordings have never been available in one place before. The Kinks At The BBC is a triumphant collection of the defining moments of a truly seminal British band, as witnessed, broadcast and archived by the voice of the nation, the BBC.
Beba Selimovic - U Srcu Mome Zivis Samo Ti (1984) Jugoton LSY-61870 (24bit/96kHz + CD ormat)

Beba Selimovic - U Srcu Mome Zivis Samo Ti
Vinyl rip in 24bit /96kHz + CD | FLAC+artwork
307/1050 MB | RS+HF+MU+FSc+FS+Multiupload | Folk | 1984 | Jugoton LSY-61870
1984 Release / Style: Folk/World

1-st compilation LP (with new label) of songs from Jugoton master tracks from 1967 to 1977 which represents the earlier releases on singles.
Rainbow - Down To Earth (1979) [2011, 2xSHM-CD, Universal UICY-75056~7, Deluxe Edition]

Rainbow - Down To Earth (1979) [2011, Deluxe Edition]
2xSHM-CD | Hard Rock | XLD Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2011 | Universal Music, UICY-75056~7 | ~ 765 or 770 or 251 Mb | FSonic, FServe
Scans (JPG) -> 260 Mb | Scans (PNG) -> 1218 Mb

With Ronnie James Dio having moved on to explore new pastures, Rainbow returned in 1979 with a new lead vocalist (Graham Bonnet), a new keyboards player (Don Airey), and a new(ish) bassist (Ritchie's former band mate Roger Glover).
After the relatively disappointing "Long live rock and roll", Ritchie Blackmore took the opportunity to lead the band in a subtle(?) change of direction, the result being a sort of cross between the accessible pop rock of Asia, and the heavy driving rhythms of Deep Purple. While some see this as a step backwards, for me this is one of the band's most accomplished albums…
Rainbow - Rising (1976) [2011, 2xSHM-CD, Universal UICY-75022~23, Deluxe Edition]

Rainbow - Rising (1976) [2011, Deluxe Edition]
2xSHM-CD | Hard Rock | XLD Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2011 | Universal Music, UICY-75022~23 | ~ 785 or 782 or 262 Mb | FSonic, FServe
Scans (JPG) -> 258 Mb | Scans (PNG) -> 1215 Mb

Opening with the gothic majesty of 'Tarot Woman' the difference in playing from the debut is immediately obvious,Powell's thundering drums propel the track with Bains bass underpinning everything,while Carey's keyboards enhance and compliment Blackmore's superb guitar playing while Ronnie's vocals are the icing on the cake,simply put its a brilliant track and would have been the albums highpoint if it wasnt for another track to come…
Zlatni Glasovi Jugotona (1988) Jugoton LSY-62281 (24bit/96kHz + CD Format)

Zlatni Glasovi Jugotona (1988)
Vinyl rip in 24bit /96kHz + CD | flac/WavPack+artwork
236/851 MB | 3% recovery | RS+HF+MU+FSc+FS+Multiupload | Folk | 1988 | Jugoton LSY-6228
1988 Release / Style: Folk/Sevdah

Compilation of songs from Jugoton master tracks from 1958 to 1979 which represents four singers from radio Sarajevo BiH. Beba Selimovic, Safet Isovic, Meho Puzic and Nada Mamula.
Melodies From Yugoslavia (1967) CNR-SKLP 4213 (24bit/96kHz + CD Format)

Melodies From Yugoslavia (1967)
Vinyl rip in 24bit /96kHz + CD | flac/WavPack+artwork
230/852 MB | 3% recovery | RS+HF+MU+FSc+FS+Multiupload | Folk | 1967 | CNR-SKLP 4213
1967 Release / Style: Folk/World/Instrumental

Very rare vinyl record recorded and pressed in Rotterdam Holland 1967
Beba Selimovic - Od Sevdaha Goreg Jada Nema (1979) Jugoton LSY 63084 (24bit/96kHz + CD Format)

Beba Selimovic - (1979) Jugoton LSY 63084
Vinyl rip in 24bit /96kHz + CD | flac+artwork
237/862 MB | 3% recovery | RS+HF+MU+FSc+FS+Multiupload | Folk | 1979 | Jugoton LSY 63084
1979 Release / Style: Folk/Sevdah

Secound LP and First album LP by Beba Selimovic recorded in studio RTV sarajevo 1978 and pressed in Zagreb Croatia

Nada Mamula - (1971) Jugoton LPY-V-50929 - 24bit/96kHz & CD format  Vinyl & HR

Posted by Ljubo44 at May 8, 2011
Nada Mamula - (1971) Jugoton LPY-V-50929 - 24bit/96kHz & CD format

Nada Mamula - Jugoton LPY-V-50929 LP
Vinyl rip in 24bit /96kHz + CD| flac+artwork
636/178 MB | 5% recovery | RS+MU+HF+ZS+UP | Folk | 1971 | Jugoton LPY-V-50929
1971/1982 Release / Style: Jazz

Nada Mamula (9 January 1927 – 11 October 2001) was a professional singer of Radio Sarajevo, born during the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.. She started her career on Radio Beograd, where she passed an audition in 1946 (as Nada Vukicevic). In 1946 she delivered her first ever professional performances as Nada Vukicevic, she moved to Sarajevo and started to work on Radio Sarajevo. She was one of the most popular singers of Yugoslavia in the second half of the twentieth century. Her discography includes three LPs records released by Jugoton, four LPs released in America, Canada, The Netherlands and Bulgaria and a few dozen singles. She died and was buried in Belgrade in 2001. She left about 500 recordings as well as traditional Montenegro, Macedonian, Slavonian, Serbian and Bosnian songs in the archives of Radio Beogard, Radio Novi Sad and Radio Sarajevo. Some of them are not saved or deleted, and we will never hear it again, until scientists find a method to capture an echo from the stars of radio waves emited 50s and 60s