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    Mama Béa Tékielski - Aux Alentours d'Après Minuit (1981)

    Artist: Mama Béa Tékielski
    Title: Aux Alentours d'Après Minuit
    Year Of Release: 1981
    Label: RCA Victor
    Genre: Rock, Avant Prog Rock, Blues, Experimental, Chanson
    Quality: Flac (tracks, .cue, log)
    Total Time: 34:56
    Total Size: 228 Mb (scans)

    01. Après minuit
    02. Josiane
    03. Compte à rebours
    04. Le mec de Nazareth
    05. Crazy mama
    06. Lobotomie
    07. Raconte moi mon histoire
    08. Flash-back
    09. Lettre à un fan
    10. Quand je chante...
    Béatrice Tékielski dite Mama Béa est native d'Avignon ( 1948 ) né d'un père Polonais et d'une mère Italienne, dotée d'une voix profonde et chaleureuse, d'une personnalité entre Catherine Ribeiro et Colette Magny, Mama Béa Tékielski apparaît dans la chanson en 1971 avec son premier album révélateur Je cherche un pays sorti sous le label SFPP .Son 8ème album sort en 1981 intitulé Aux alentours d'après minuit.La même année elle participe au 14ème festival d'été de Québec plus une tournée française plus l'Olympia en novembre.

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    Juliet Lawson - Boo [1972] [ Remastered, 2005] CD Rip

    Artist: Juliet Lawson
    Title: Boo
    Year Of Release: 1972/2005
    Label: Sunbeam [SBRCD5003]
    Genre: Psyche Folk Pop Rock
    Quality: FLAC (tracks+cue,log,scans)
    Total Time: 00:58:46
    Total Size: 327mb(+5%)
    AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger
    It's sometimes not realized that Joni Mitchell was a hugely influential force on young women singer/songwriters in the early '70s, sometimes to the point where the influence, and even imitation, was fairly obvious. You hear a lot of early Mitchell on British singer/songwriter Juliet Lawson's obscure 1972 album Boo. Recorded with the help of some guys from British folk-rock band Trees (producer David Costa and bassist Bias Boshell) and saxophonist Lol Coxhill, it sold a few thousand copies and got some positive press in the U.K. when it was released, but sank into obscurity after its first pressing sold out. You might hear some Carole King on some of the more mainstream cuts here as well, though Lawson's not as good a singer or composer as either King or Mitchell. It's better than some other rare albums bearing these imprints, however, with some lyrical eccentricity (particularly on the unfathomable "Who Is India?") and oddly structured tunes. Yet it's hard to get past the inevitable unfavorable comparisons. "Let Me Not Put You Down" is more distinguished than much of the material as it opts for an early-'70s British folk-progressive rock sound that doesn't have marked reference points to the early-'70s American singer/songwriter movement, while "The Weeds in the Yard" also stands out for its quirky combination of bouncy piano, Coxhill's saxophone, and a string arrangement. [The 2005 CD reissue adds historical liner notes and demo versions of five of the album's songs.]


    1. Dear Fool - 3:32
    2. Igloo - 2:42
    3. Nothing New - 3:10
    4. I Won't Get My Feet Wet Again - 3:21
    5. Who Is India? - 3:47
    6. Let Me Not Put You Down - 4:54
    7. Only A Week Away - 3:24
    8. Playing Is No Song - 2:39
    9. You're So Right, September - 3:36
    10.The Weeds In The Yard - 2:33
    11.Rolling Back - 4:14
    12.Frog In The Jam - 3:35
    13.Dear Fool (Demo) - 3:06
    14.Who Is India (Demo) - 3:34
    15.Let Me Not Put You Down (Demo) - 3:29
    16.Playing Is No Song (Demo) - 2:33
    17.You're So Right, September (Demo) - 4:29
    Juliet Lawson - Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Vocals
    Bias Boshell - Bass, Keyboards
    Lol Coxhill - Saxophone
    Barry DeSouza - Drums
    Luis Jardine - Percussion
    Ian Blair - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
    Russell Aldez - Steel Drums
    The Hafner String Quartet - Strings
    Casey Synge - Backing Vocals
    Dari Lalou - Backing Vocals
    Karen Friedman - Backing Vocals
    Miguel Barradas - Backing Vocals
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    Many Bright Things - Many Bright Friends (2005)

    Artist: Many Bright Things
    Title: Many Bright Friends
    Year Of Release: 2005
    Label: The Wild Places
    Genre: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
    Quality: Flac (tracks, .cue, log)
    Total Time: 53:58
    Total Size: 370 Mb (scans)

    1. Many Bright Friends (Stan Denski) - 0:26
    2. East West - 20:44
    3. The Silver Witch (Alisha Sufit) - 6:39
    4. Minor Parade for 18 Strings (Stan Denski / Paul Major) - 6:32
    5. I Am Not a Collector Potato (Jello Biafra / Larry DeMyer / Stan Denski) - 9:38
    bonus for the cd edition
    6. There Will Be a Slight Delay (Stan Densky) - 10:30
    Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Bass, Sitar, Percussion, Cymbal - Stan Denski
    Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Engineer - Ray Pierle
    Guitar [Impossible] - Larry DeMeyer
    With guests:
    Jello Biafra - Vocals
    LonPaul Ellrich - Percussion
    Paul Major - Guitar
    Vess Ruthenberg - Bass
    Nick Saloman - Guitar
    Alisha Sufit - Guitar, Vocals
    Paul Tescher - Percussion
    The title of Many Bright Things' third album highlights the nature of the project: a large cast of friends coalescing around guitarist Stan Denski. After a seven-year gap, Denski -- better known by now as the compiler for QDK Media's high-profile series of obscure psychedelia, Love, Peace & Poetry -- delivers an entertaining disc of spaced-out jams. Many Bright Friends combines the folky side of Jefferson Airplane ("Minor Parade for 18 Strings," the title track, "There Will Be a Slight Delay") and the crudest grooves of the Krautrock school. The album is structured around two main tracks. The first one is "East West," a 21-minute cover of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band's anthem to cross-pollination. Featured in this orgiastic jam are guitarists Denski, Nick Saloman, Daniel Noland, and Al Simones (trading solos); Vess Ruthenberg (bass); Steve Obenreder (drums); and harp player Byrd Birocco, who steals the show. "I Am Not a Collector Potato," the other key track here, is a feature for Jello Biafra, who tells listeners what collecting psychedelic records used to be like (with plenty of reverb in the voice), over a quiet groove improvised by Denski, Larry Demyer (guitar), David "Tufty" Clough (bass), and Lon Paul Elrich (percussion). Sandwiched between them is "The Silver Witch," the only song of the set, a nice ballad featuring the delicious Alisha Sufit. Denski presents the multi-tracked acoustic guitar piece "There Will Be a Slight Delay" as a bonus track, but its gentle pastures of echoing guitar parts deserve a better defense. People impervious to Biafra's sense of humor (or collector potatoes who don't find it funny to be laughed at -- yeah, you know who you are!) will probably prefer that encore. Many Bright Friends probably did not end up on anyone's 2005 "best-of" list, but it is an honest record deserving a few honest listens.

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    Marion Treupel-Franck & Marie-Céline Labbé - Fil d'argent, fil d'or (2015) [Hi-Res]

    Artist: Marion Treupel-Franck, Marie-Céline Labbé
    Title: Fil d'argent, fil d'or
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Label: Ramée
    Genre: Classical
    Quality: flac lossless / flac 24bits - 88.2kHz +booklet
    Total Time: 01:18:20
    Total Size: 367 mb / 1.32 gb
    01. Petitte brunette aux yeux doux
    02. Suite No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 1: I. Très lentement
    03. Suite No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 1: II. Rigaudon en rondeau
    04. Suite No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 1: III. Courante en contrefaiseur
    05. Suite No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 1: IV. Fugue
    06. Les près, les bois
    07. Suite No. 2 in G Major, Op. 1: I. Fugue
    08. Suite No. 2 in G Major, Op. 1: II. Air en rondeau. Gayment
    09. Suite No. 2 in G Major, Op. 1: III. Sarabande
    10. Suite No. 2 in G Major, Op. 1: IV. Fugue
    11. J'ay passé deux jours sans vous voir
    12. Suite No. 3 in D Major, Op. 1: I. Lentement
    13. Suite No. 3 in D Major, Op. 1: II. Fugue
    14. Suite No. 3 in D Major, Op. 1: III. Rondeau
    15. Suite No. 3 in D Major, Op. 1: IV. Chaconne
    16. Lisette aime son berger
    17. Suite No. 7 in B Minor, Op. 2: I. Sarabande. Très proprement
    18. Suite No. 7 in B Minor, Op. 2: II. Allemande. Lentement
    19. Suite No. 7 in B Minor, Op. 2: III. Gayment
    20. Suite No. 7 in B Minor, Op. 2: IV. Rondeau. Légèrement et affectueusement
    21. Assis sur l'herbette
    22. Iris aux bords de Seine
    23. Quelque puisse estre un amant
    24. La bergere Annette
    25. Suite No. 8 in A Minor and A Major, Op. 2: I. Affectueusement
    26. Suite No. 8 in A Minor and A Major, Op. 2: II. Fugue. Gayment, et point trop viste
    27. Suite No. 8 in A Minor and A Major, Op. 2: III. Lentement, gracieusement et piqué
    28. Suite No. 8 in A Minor and A Major, Op. 2: IV. Allemande
    29. L'amant le plus fidele
    30. Suite No. 11 in E Minor, Op. 3: I. Rondeau en contrefaiseurs. Lentement
    31. Suite No. 11 in E Minor, Op. 3: II. Allemande. Un peu gay
    32. Suite No. 11 in E Minor, Op. 3: III. Air en sarabande. Tendrement
    33. Suite No. 11 in E Minor, Op. 3: IV. Gavotte
    34. Suite No. 11 in E Minor, Op. 3: V. Fugue. Pas trop viste
    35. Vous estes trop inhumaine
    For this second recording devoted to French Baroque music for two solo transverse flutes, Marie-Céline Labbé and Marion Treupel-Franck perform the six suites by Pierre Danican Philidor (1681-1731), pieces taken from the three collections published by the composer in Paris in 1717 and 1718. Written in a highly original style in which one senses the spirit of freedom blowing over Versailles and France during the regency of the Duke d'Orléans, these short suites, in addition to the principal dances in vogue at the court of Versailles in the early 18th century, each comprise a fugue.
    A few brunettes by Michel Pignolet de Montéclair (1667-1737) round out the programme. The brunette, a little rustic song with an evocative title, was a musical genre quite popular in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The selection proposed here will enable the listener to discover another facet of the work of Montéclair, the composer who was the object of the two flautists' first recording.

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    Mark Templeton - Gentle Heart (2017) Lossless

    Artist: Mark Templeton
    Title: Gentle Heart
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Graphical Recordings
    Genre: Electronic, Ambient
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Total Time: 34:43 min
    Total Size: 154 MB
    01. Burning Brush (03:24)
    02. Range Road (03:00)
    03. Pond (03:19)
    04. Cab Lights (03:06)
    05. Valley (02:41)
    06. Horizontal Plane (04:24)
    07. Voices (03:02)
    08. A Pause For Concern (01:26)
    09. One Last Encore (02:33)
    10. Gentle Story (Part 1) (02:16)
    11. Gentle Story (Part 2) (05:32)
    Mark Templeton returns with the third installment in his Heart trilogy. Following on the heels of Scotch Heart (2011) and Jealous Heart (2013), Gentle Heart is a fitting closure to this story, an album filled with bending, yearning phrases - sounds that feel like they are actually speaking to you from another time, as if they're being piped into the room where you're listening today.
    There is a continued use of elements that hearken to tape machines and older technology combined with acoustic instruments and modern studio techniques and sensibilities, squarely centered in the contemporary moment. Loops stumble and fall off their track, then regain their footing, breaking the concentration enough to remind you that someone is here and paying attention. In both structure and emotion, Templeton captures time in a novel way - connecting points that don't immediately lend themselves to such a connection, deftly balancing qualities that are both haunting and inviting. This music is one of imagined memory, capturing moments that never happened, but could have.
    An example of this can be seen in how the track titles suggest a sense of Western tropes, but the music is anything but, not intentionally misleading the would-be listener but rather nodding to a set of ideas and images that drive the artist's intentions in this album, and through his interpretations the tracks become far removed from any assumption of what these words or images may mean. It speaks to what is happening in the background and lets the listener think about how one point moves to another. It is not a strict form. It is a flexible guide that allows the music to touch things that it doesn't hold on to tightly - playing with mood and tone while veering into its own direction.
    Much in this vein Gentle Heart closes with two pieces that make one think of a vast prairie, one that has been rearranged in a computer and put back together - not to make it more digital but to make it new through the perspective of today. Twangy guitar strums filled with hisses and fuzz roll into clipped phrases that are nostalgic in their specific way, a modern imagining of a past time that may hold a sense of simple peacefulness, of space, of a long view that goes forever. ~ Ezekiel Honig.

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    Marty Brown - Cryin', Lovin', Leavin' (1994)

    Artist: Marty Brown
    Title: Cryin', Lovin', Leavin'
    Year Of Release: 1994
    Label: MCA Nashville
    Genre: Country
    Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
    Total Time: 34:59
    Total Size: 210 MB
    1. You Must Be Mistakin' Me (03:28)
    2. Cryin', Lovin', Leavin' (02:58)
    3. Too Blue to Crow (02:53)
    4. Shameful Lies (04:36)
    5. Cherokee Boogie (02:34)
    6. Summer's Gone (03:52)
    7. It Tortures Me (03:25)
    8. Watch It Burn (03:54)
    9. Why Do You Crucify Me (03:33)
    10. I Love Only You (Duet with Joy Lynn White)

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    Mdote - Better Than B4 (2018)

    Artist: Mdote
    Title: Better Than B4
    Year Of Release: 2018
    Label: Cruz Control Records
    Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
    Quality: m4a 256 kbps
    Total Time: 01:09:21
    Total Size: 123 mb
    01. Better Than B4 Intro
    02. Positive State of Mind
    03. Bad Bitches
    04. Jordan N'Hoes
    05. Right Here
    06. Strip For Me
    07. Direct Message
    08. Social Network
    09. SoO Good
    10. Grateful
    11. Wish Her Well
    12. Arms Open Wide
    13. Can't Get Enough
    14. High Life
    15. Typical Lazy Day
    16. SoO Mellow
    17. Rebound Guy
    18. I Adore You
    19. Love Journey


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    Aluria - Original Edition (2018)

    Artist: Aluria
    Title: Original Edition
    Year Of Release: 2018
    Label: Lamp
    Genre: Electronic
    Quality: 320 Kbps
    Total Time: 75:36 min
    Total Size: 173 MB
    01. Zion (Original Mix) 7:46
    02. Sunsets (Original Mix) 6:13
    03. Inertia (Original Mix) 8:39
    04. Soul Voyager (Original Mix) 8:27
    05. Rainbow Apocalypse (Original Mix) 9:34
    06. Sense of a Moment (Original Mix) 5:33
    07. Order of Chaos (Original Mix) 7:00
    08. Find Your Mind ( Original Mix) 8:32
    09. Cryptomnesia (Original Mix) 6:14
    10. Basilica Philosophica (Original Mix) 7:4

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