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Glenn Medeiros - s/t (1987)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at May 11, 2016
Glenn Medeiros - s/t (1987)

Glenn Medeiros - s/t (1987)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 232 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 90 mb
Genre: pop, 80's pop

Glenn Medeiros is the 1987 self-titled debut album by pop singer Glenn Medeiros. Released on the Amherst label, this featured the hit song "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You", which lead to being signed to MCA and having a bigger hit with Boston singer Bobby Brown.

Glenn Jones - All For You (1990)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at April 16, 2014
Glenn Jones - All For You (1990)

Glenn Jones - All For You (1990)
Funk, RnB, Soul | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 51 min | 117 MB
Label: Zomba Recording | Rel: 1990

Singer Glenn Jones' best '90s-era album was All For You. His vocals confidently float over the percolating "Stay" (not the same named song written by LaLa and recorded earlier by Jones). The number-six R&B Billboard hit was produced by Bobby Khomeni and Mark Stevens. Hitmaker Teddy Riley produces the mid-tempo beatbox ballad "Let's Try Again," which offers Jones's most intimate song on the CD. Timmy Allen Freddie Jackson (Backstreet Boys) produces the upbeat "Let Me Be the One You're With," the slow jam duet "That's the Way Love Should Be," and the mellow album title track.

Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)  

Posted by Melaron at Jan. 22, 2014
Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)

Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)
1 CD | time: 40 m 08 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 VBR 0 > 76,32 MB
Jazz, Dixieland, Swing, World / Label: Doctor Jazz FW40234 / Uploaded, Turbobit

This is one of the last recordings of American trumpeter Robert Leo "Bobby" Hackett (Rhode Island, 1915-1976). During the 30s and 40s he worked with the bands of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and Casa Loma Orchestra. He later worked with dozens of artists (Teddy Wilson, Jack Teagarden, Eddie Condon, Tony Bennett, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, etc..) and from the 50s until his death he continued acting and rec ording with several small groups. The repertoire of ten themes of the album is dominated by Dixieland and swing standards.

Bobby Hutcherson - Wise One (2009) {Kind Of Blue}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Feb. 20, 2011
Bobby Hutcherson - Wise One (2009) {Kind Of Blue}

Bobby Hutcherson - Wise One (2009) {Kind Of Blue}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 314 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 128 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 11 Mb
© 2009 Kind of Blue / Recording Arts | 10034
Jazz / Post Bop / Vibraphone

Slow-building and soulful vibes from Bobby Hutcherson – working here in set of tracks with a heavy influence from John Coltrane – including some key classics from the Coltrane songbook, plus a few standards that have had famous readings by The Great One! Hutcherson's vibes ring out with a sense of majesty that we don't remember before – carried along by some great work from the rest of the group – Anthony Wilson on guitar, Joe Gilman on piano, Glenn Richman on bass, and Eddie Marshall on drums – players who hit a sweet modal groove on some of the best numbers, with a quality that almost takes us back to some of our favorite Hutcherson moments of the 70s. Titles include "Wise One", "Like Sonny", "Equinox", "Spiritual", "Dear Lord", "All Or Nothing At All", "Nancy", and "Aisha".

Bobby Hackett - At The Jazz Band Ball (2002)  Music

Posted by technick at Aug. 26, 2010
Bobby Hackett - At The Jazz Band Ball (2002)

Bobby Hackett - At The Jazz Band Ball (2002)
EAC: ape + cue + log | RAR, 3%, 231,07 MB
mp3 320 kbps | RAR, 3%, 141,15 MB | Full scans | RAR, 3% 29,17 MB
Label: The International Music Company AG | Cat №: 220320-203 | (Uploaded + RapidGator + GigaPeta)

Bobby Hackett was born under the name of Robert Leo Hackett on the 31st January, 1915 in Providence , Rhode Island. Bobby, who was later to become the most important white representative of Dixieland jazz, learned banjo, guitar and violin as a child. He left school at 14 and played from then on with local dance orchestras. He eventually learned the trumpet and performed at the beginning of his career with Pee Wee Russel and Teddy Roy in Boston. During 1941–1942 he played with the Glenn Miller Orchestra.

Bobby Brown - Gold 2CDs (2009)  Music

Posted by chhengvalentino at May 21, 2009
Bobby Brown - Gold 2CDs (2009)

Bobby Brown - Gold 2CDs (2009)
R&B | 196 MB | MP3, 220 Kbps | 2009
Bobby Hackett - A String of Pearls, Trumpet's Greatest Hits (2001)

Bobby Hackett - A String of Pearls, Trumpet's Greatest Hits (2001)
Smooth Jazz Classic | MP3 320 KBit/s | 75:52 | 169 MB | Covers

Hackett was born in Providence, Rhode Island. He made his name as a follower of the legendary cornet player Bix Beiderbecke: Benny Goodman hired him to recreate Bix's famous "I'm Coming Virginia" solo at his (Goodman's) 1938 Carnegie Hall concert. It seems that from then on, Hackett was determined to shake off the "new Bix" tag, and always proclaimed that he was a "Louis (Armstrong) man."
He was in considerable debt and difficulties by the early 1940s, following the commercial failure of his big band.[citation needed] To make matters worse, his lip was in bad shape, making it difficult for him to play the trumpet / cornet. Glenn Miller came to Hackett's rescue, offering him a job as a guitarist with the Miller Band. Despite his lip problems, Hackett could still play occasional - beautiful - short solos, and can be heard playing a famous one with the Glenn Miller Band on "A String of Pearls." His lip must have recovered because, during the 1950s he made a series of albums of ballads with a full string orchestra, conducted by Jackie Gleason, exhibiting a gorgeous, dreamy, vibrato-free sound. In his later years, he continued to perform in a dixieland style even as trends in jazz changed. Bobby Hackett's idol was Louis Armstrong although he played in a style more reminiscent of Bix Beiderbecke. Bobby Hackett died June 7,1976 from a heart attack.

Bobby Caldwell Croons - Big Band Hits & Standards (2012)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Feb. 20, 2017
Bobby Caldwell Croons - Big Band Hits & Standards (2012)

Bobby Caldwell Croons - Big Band Hits & Standards (2012)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 68 min | 160 MB
Label: Big Deal Records | Rel:2012

Contemporary jazz singer/guitarist Bobby Caldwell was born August 15, 1951, in Manhattan, NY; his parents, Bob and Carolyn, were the hosts of the television variety show Suppertime and exposed the child to a wide variety of musical influences. Caldwell began studying piano and guitar at age 12; he initially pursued a career in rock & roll but was equally adept at playing jazz and R&B and at 17 took his band on the road to play the Las Vegas circuit.

Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Feb. 18, 2017
Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins (2017)

Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log - 323 MB | 00:46:47
Rock, Americana, Singer-Songwriter | Label: Yep Roc Records | Release Year: 2017

Chuck Prophet describes his new disc Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins as California noir. The state has always represented the Golden Dream, and it's the tension between romance and reality that lurks underneath the surface in all noir films and paperbacks, and that connects these songs. Doomed love, inconsolable loneliness, rags to riches to rags again, and fast-paced violence are always on the menu on the Left Coast. Featuring "A Bad Year For Rock And Roll," an ode to all of the great artists we lost in 2016 and a bunch of other Chuck Prophet (soon to be) classics.

Bobby Lyle - Straight and Smooth (2004)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Feb. 18, 2017
Bobby Lyle - Straight and Smooth (2004)

Bobby Lyle - Straight and Smooth (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 753 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Smooth Jazz | Label: Three Keys Music | Catalog Number: 30004

For those of you who recall Bobby's late '70's work, this will be a pleasant surprise. In my opinion, an artist who can play all genre's of jazz is truly a jazz musician. And that is what Mr. Lyle does here. Sraight ahead, a little "fusion" if you will, and then todays "smooth" jazz. Then add a little Jobim for a beautiful rendition of "Wave." Listen closely to his improvisation over the changes. Thank you, Mr. Bobby Lyle.