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Stone Breath – The Night Birds Psalm (2012)

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An expanded Stone Breath bring forest hymns and acid folk with long time members Timothy (timeMOTHeye), and Prydwyn being joined by new blood Don Belch (Ninetail), Carin Wagner Sloan (ex-Iditarod), Brooke Elizabeth, and Kira. Guitars, banjos, dulcimers, bouzouki, celtic harp, hand drums, flutes and whistles add the instrumental textures, with haunting harmonies lifting the vocals. The Night Birds Psalm finds Stone Breath looking back thematically to the earth-folk of the early albums, while stepping forward musically, invigorated by new members and new ideas (and some very old ideas as well).

mp3 VBR~253 kbps | 97 MB | UL

John Martyn – Remembering John Martyn (2012)

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CD 1
01 – Big Muff
02 – Look at That Girl
03 – Fine Lines
04 – Lookin’ On
05 – Head And Heart
06 – Johnny Too Bad
07 – The Moment
08 – Bless the Weather
09 – Mad Dog Days
10 – Pascanel
11 – Ways to Cry
12 – Couldn’t Love You More
13 – Never Let Me Go

CD 2
01 – One Day Without You
02 – Outside In
03 – I’d rather Be The Devil
04 – Man In the Station
05 – My Baby Girl
06 – Make No Mistake
07 – Over the Hill
08 – Easy Blues
09 – Dealer
10 – You Can Discover
11 – Spencer the Rover
12 – Black Man at Your Shoulder

mp3 320 kbps | 320 MB | UL | UJ

The Honeymoon Stallion – Moonlighting (2012)

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Andy Goldberg (The Sun Kings, The Goldbergs) returns with a new band and a new album. The Honeymoon Stallions gallop out of the gate with the opener “If It Wasn’t For You,” a terrific melody with a layer of organ under the guitar riffs. “Radio Song” has a touch of Nick Lowe with its solid hooks. “Driftin’” is a slightly mellower Andy, similar to Jeff Larsons bluesy mid-tempo jangle pop. This newer texture continues on “By The Moon…” and the Beatles bounce with Harrison-styled slide guitar surfaces on “Every Now and Then.” Every song is strong here, and its on par with his previous albums. Overall, a welcome autumn present for lovers of great guitar pop.

mp3 VBR~197 kbps | 42 MB | UL | UJ | FD