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Cowbell – Beat Stampede (2012)

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COWBELL are Jack Sandham and Wednesday Lyle.The duo play garage/soul/rock n roll and write songs that combine a lyrical charm and ease with a sound that’s full-bodied and powerful in spite of their stripped-down set-up. They take their influences from both sides of the Atlantic with a love for both the output of U.S labels such as Stax, Motown and Sun and for British sixties R and B bands such as The Small Faces, The Kinks and The Zombies.

mp3 320 kbps | 62 MB | UL

Diana Krall – Glad Rag Doll (Deluxe Edition) (2012)

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in jazz, pop

Diana Krall’s extraordinary new album, ‘Glad Rag Doll’ (available on September 28, through Verve Records) is an exhilarating and adventurous exploration of new sounds, new instrumentation and new musicians. It stars a singer and piano player, filled with mischief, humour and a renewed sense of tenderness and intimacy. The record reveals itself at that remarkable vanishing point in time where all music; swinging, rocking and taboo, collide with songs of longing, solace and regret. All are made new again in a vaudeville of Krall’s own imagining. Working for the first time with renowned producer T Bone Burnett and engineer Mike Piersante, Krall revels in a fresh sonic playground captured in the vivid grain and deep resonant focus of analog tape. Burnett has assembled a distinguished cast of remarkable men to complement Krall’s piano contribution at an 1890s Steinway upright. From the hushed to the howling, Marc Ribot’s poised and sympathetic solo guitar accompaniment on the title track contrasts beautifully with a range of surprising sounds and colors.

mp3 320 kbps | 163 MB | UL | TB

Angel Kaplan – Pictures From The Past (2012)

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in folk

“Pictures From The Past”, one of those rare records that really touches your heart and sends shivers down your spine. Folk, pop and psychedelic sounds to build up a moving piece of art.

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Kelly Spinks – Right Out Of This World (2012)

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This one is right out of this world Texas honky tonk. SPINKS who sings in the tradition of MARK CHESTNUT with a touch of RAY PRICE throwed in knows how to belt’em out honky tonk style and is accompanied by nick, nick fiddles, cryin’ steel guitar, piano, electric lead, bass & drums with harmony vocals. […]

Trace Bundy – Elephant King (2012)

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Named “Most Promising New Talent” of 2008 by Acoustic Guitar magazine, Trace Bundy has been impressing audiences with his playing, which will please fans of Phil Keaggy, Michael Hedges and Laurence Juber. On the title track, Bun­dy concocts a rondo of harmonics, syncopated strumming and percussive slaps to his guitar. FLAC + Covers | 264 […]

Johnny Cash – The Very Best Prison Recordings Of Johnny Cash (2012)

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Tracks; 01 – I Got Stripes 02 – The Prisoner’s Song 03 – The Wall 04 – 25 Minutes To Go 05 – San Quentin 06 – Starkville City Jail 07 – Jacob Green 08 – Orleans Parish Prison 09 – City Jail 10 – Folsom Prison Blues 11 – Give My Love To Rose […]

Johnny Cash – The Greatest Duets (2012)

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Tracklist: I’ve Been Everywhere (With Lynn Anderson) (Live) Jackson (With June Carter) I Got Stripes (With George Jones) (Album Version) There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang (With Waylon Jennings) Another Man Done Gone (With Anita Carter) That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine (With Tommy Cash) Girl From the North Country (With Bob Dylan) If I […]

Alondra Bentley – The Garden Room (2012)

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Tracks: 1. One Friday Morning 2. Don’t Worry Daddy 3. Motherhood 4. The Garden Room 5. Spring Rhyme 6. Fortress 7. My Sister And Me 8. Dates To Remember 9. The Hungry Caterpillar 10. Autumn Rhyme mp3 320 kbps | 73 MB | UL | TB

Ben Harper – Both Sides of the Gun (2006)

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Split onto two discs, these 18 songs could have fit on one. It’s a testament to Harper’s aesthetic sensibilities that it is so configured, thereby both avoiding the scourge of the overly long album and dividing the raw, pummeling rockers from the ballads. With his band, the Innocent Criminals, he tears into such songs as […]