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Big Big Train - Folklore (2016)  Music

Posted by hill0 at May 23, 2016
Big Big Train - Folklore (2016)

Big Big Train - Folklore (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) | 444 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 157 MB | Artwork (PNG) | 497 MB | 69:03
Genre: Progressive Rock | Country: UK | Label: English Electric Recordings | EERCD0016

2016 album from the acclaimed progressive rock band. Big Big Train return with Folklore, their ¬ first full-length studio album since the award winning English Electric. Folklore contains nine new songs with a total running time of 68 minutes. Despite the album title, Folklore is by no means a collection of traditional-sounding folk music pieces. On Folklore, Big Big Train are reimagining and breathing new life into traditional themes, and also creating a few new ones along the way.

Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical vol.1 (1989)  

Posted by bossa_curiosa at Nov. 5, 2007
Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical vol.1 (1989)

Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical (1989)
MP3 192 Kbps | 65 min | 89 Mb @ rapidshare.com

“Compiled by former Talking Head David Byrne and released in 1989, with liner notes and translations by Arto Lindsay, Beleza Tropical documents a New York hipster's first infatuation with the rich, deep, and varied spectrum of Brazilian popular music from the rebellious '70s. There are better Brazilian anthologies, but none so clearly assembled in order to counter the received opinion of Brazilian music as lightweight bachelor-pad fluff (although Milton Nascimento, with his beautiful high tenor, sometimes comes close). Caetano Veloso (whose magnificent “Terra” is itself worth the price of admission) and Gilberto Gil are remarkable lyricists whose music is influenced as much by the Afro-Brazilian rhythms of northern Brazil as by the Beatles. Jorge Ben contributes a pair of highfalutin yet funky soccer songs, Chico Buarque is at his most uncompromisingly poetic, and Nazare Pereira taps deep into Brazilian folklore”.
Richard Gehr (Editorial Review, Amazon.com)

Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical vol.1 (1989)  

Posted by bossa_curiosa at Sept. 25, 2006
Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical vol.1 (1989)

Brazil Classics vol.1 - Beleza Tropical (1989)
MP3 192 Kbps | Original Release Date: October 1989 | Label: Warner Bros / Wea | 65 min | 89 Mb @ depositfiles.com/rapidshare.de

“Compiled by former Talking Head David Byrne and released in 1989, with liner notes and translations by Arto Lindsay, Beleza Tropical documents a New York hipster's first infatuation with the rich, deep, and varied spectrum of Brazilian popular music from the rebellious '70s. There are better Brazilian anthologies, but none so clearly assembled in order to counter the received opinion of Brazilian music as lightweight bachelor-pad fluff (although Milton Nascimento, with his beautiful high tenor, sometimes comes close). Caetano Veloso (whose magnificent “Terra” is itself worth the price of admission) and Gilberto Gil are remarkable lyricists whose music is influenced as much by the Afro-Brazilian rhythms of northern Brazil as by the Beatles. Jorge Ben contributes a pair of highfalutin yet funky soccer songs, Chico Buarque is at his most uncompromisingly poetic, and Nazare Pereira taps deep into Brazilian folklore”. – Richard Gehr (Editorial Review, Amazon.com)

VA - Pure Brazil: Samba Soul Groove (2004) {Universal Music Latino}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 23, 2017
VA - Pure Brazil: Samba Soul Groove (2004) {Universal Music Latino}

VA - Pure Brazil: Samba Soul Groove (2004) {Universal Music Latino}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 348 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 142 mb
Genre: world, Brazilian, bossa nova

Pure Brazil: Samba Soul Groove is a 2004 compilation CD of Brazilian music released through Universal Music Latino. Some of the artists featured include Caetano Veloso, Os Mutantes, Jorge Ben, Gilberto Gill, Gal Costa, and many more.
Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios - Brazil - Issue 338 - Março 2017

Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios - Brazil - Issue 338 - Março 2017
Portuguese | Pages: 100 | True PDF | 20.2 MB

Globo Rural - Brazil - Issue 377 - Março 2017  Magazines

Posted by antfer at March 22, 2017
Globo Rural - Brazil - Issue 377 - Março 2017

Globo Rural - Brazil - Issue 377 - Março 2017
Portuguese | Pages: 100 | True PDF | 24.0 MB

Quem Acontece - Brazil - Issue 859 - 17 Março 2017  Magazines

Posted by antfer at March 20, 2017
Quem Acontece - Brazil - Issue 859 - 17 Março 2017

Quem Acontece - Brazil - Issue 859 - 17 Março 2017
Portuguese | Pages: 100 | True PDF | 27.4 MB

Revista Época - Brazil - Issue 977 - 13 Março 2017  Magazines

Posted by antfer at March 20, 2017
Revista Época - Brazil - Issue 977 - 13 Março 2017

Revista Época - Brazil - Issue 977 - 13 Março 2017
Portuguese | Pages: 84 | True PDF | 12.7 MB

Business Review América Latina & Brazil Febrero 2017  Magazines

Posted by koc2005 at March 20, 2017
Business Review América Latina & Brazil Febrero 2017

Business Review América Latina & Brazil Febrero 2017
Spanish | 130 pages | True PDF | 37.40 MB

Chris Weaver Band - Live In Brazil (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 20, 2017
Chris Weaver Band - Live In Brazil (2017)

Chris Weaver Band - Live In Brazil (2017)
Rock, Blues Rock, Country | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:00:41 | 145 MB
Label: FS Music | Release Year: 2017

Chris Weaver was born to perform. Mixing southern rock, soul, and country blues, Chris and his band are inspiring crowds all around the world on the heels of releasing their sophomore CD, American Dreamer. Attending a Chris Weaver performance is a spiritual experience you don’t want to miss. Born in West Virginia, Chris Weaver grew up in a music inspired house hold which helped shape his unique sound and style. Chris’ father played in bands and helped introduce Chris to influences ranging from Tom Petty and Bob Seger to John Mellencamp and Joe Cocker. “I wanted to write like them and sing like them but just do it in a way that would be my own,” says Chris. “It’s all I ever remember wanting to do.” After short stints in politics and radio, Chris moved to Nashville and “played every place that sold chicken” to get his start.