Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon [Immersion Box Set] (3CDs) (2011)

September 2011 will see the simultaneous rerelease of Pink Floyd’s 14 studio albums, individually and as a box-set, as well as the first time release of ‘Immersion’ and ‘Experience’ editions of The Dark Side Of The Moon.

Disc 1: The Dark Side Of The Moon digitally remastered by James Guthrie 2011

Disc 2: The Dark Side Of The Moon performed live at Wembley in 1974 (2011 Mix and previously unreleased)

Disc 3: The Dark Side Of The Moon 1972 Early Album Mix engineered by Alan Parsons

mp3 320 kbps + Covers | 423 MB | WU | FSo

Johnny Winter – Roots (2011)

After a Seven Years wait the legendary Johnny Winter will release his new studio album entitled Roots via Megaforce Records. This album returns Johnny to his roots by paying homage to the iconic blues heroes whose pioneering music influenced Winter’s own signature sound and style. Roots is the follow up to his Grammy-nominated I’m a Blues Man. Many friends will appear as special guests and join Winter trading licks in honoring his idols, including Sonny Landreth, Vince Gill, Warren Haynes, John Popper, Jimmy Vivino, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, John Medeski and Johnny’s brother Edgar Winter.

mp3 320 kbps | 118 MB | FSo | WU

Ryan Adams – Ashes and Fire (2011)

Remove the handful of garage rock songs from Ryan Adams’s classic 2000 solo debut Heartbreaker and you’ve got an album that vaguely resembles his latest, Ashes & Fire (out Oct. 11). Produced by the legendary Glyn Johns, the album is by far the most stripped-down, intimate thing he’s ever done— a sort of post-millennial Tumbleweed Connection. Sounds good on paper, but the infamously prolific former Whiskeytown frontman has sort of painted himself into a corner at this point in his career. Over the course of 12 studio albums (on his own or with the now dissolved Cardinals), Adams has run the stylistic gamut from raw folk contemplation to balls-out rock n’ roll and even outlandish space metal. If Ashes & Fire fails to astound, it’s only because we’ve heard so much of this stuff from him already.

mp3 VBR~237 kbps | 72 MB | FSo | WU

Dear Mr Fantasy – The Jim Capaldi Story (4cd)(2011)

Jim Capaldi’s story is one of the last great unexplored tales in popular music. The co-founder, drummer and lyricist of the legendary Traffic, Capaldi was one of the most significant, and possibly underrated, songwriters of our generation. He was a five time winner of BMI or ASCAP awards for most played compositions in America. His work in Traffic, alongside Steve Winwood, Chris Wood and Dave Mason, fuelled a 10 album multi-platinum career for the band and provided a benchmark for other musicians. In 2004, Traffic was inducted into the Rock’n & Roll Hall Of Fame.

mp3 160 kbps | 340 MB | FSo1 | FSo2 | FSo3 | FSo4

Jason Boland And The Stragglers – Rancho Alto (2011)

Jason Boland and the Stragglers (JB & S) will release their sixth studio album. The band includes Oklahoma-born, Texas-based singer, Jason Boland (lead vocals, guitar), Roger Ray (pedal steel, dobro, lead/rhythm guitar), Brad Rice (drums/backing vocals), Jeremy Watkins (fiddle) and Grant Tracy (bass). They encompass everything that authentic and traditional country music should. “It’s all five of us guys [on Rancho Alto] and we added a keyboard player”, remarked Jason Boland in our recent interview. Rancho Alto, Spanish for ‘High Ranch’, is an impressive achievement that deserves generous recognition.The album opens with ‘Down Here in the Hole’, a boot-tappin’, country-swingin’ tune. The momentum of the music matches the message of a trapped mining worker, maintaining an outlook of optimism.‘Every Moment I’m Gone’ stands a little outside of other JB & S songs as a slow and sweet love song, with a delicate maturity about it, punctuated with key work. “Keep your eyes on the horizon and a hand on your heart, a prayer on your precious lips for those wandering the dark, now when I’m lonely I’m never alone, cause I carry you with me now, every moment I’m gone”.

mp3 VBR~253 kbps | 87 MB | FSo | WU

Delta Moon – Live at Waldhalle (bootleg,2011)


01 -Intro By “Gerd ”
02 Tilt A Whirl
03 Nightclubbing*
04 Shake ‘m On Down
05 Like My Baby Can
06 Hellbound Train
07 You Got To Move (Mississippi Fred McDowell)
08 Going Down South
09 I’m A Witness
10 Blind Spot
11 Clear Blue Flame
12 Jessie Mae
13 Hard Times Killing Floor (Chris Thomas King)
14 Applejack
15 Lap Dog
16 Black Can Oil
17 Let Tomorrow Be
18 Encore Break
19 Shake Your Hips

mp3 256 kbps | 190 MB | FSo | FSe

Nirvana – Nevermind (Super Deluxe Edition-4 CD) (2011)

The Super Deluxe features not only the original remastered album and accompanying studio and live B-sides, but the first full official release of the pre-Nevermind demos recorded at producer Butch Vig’s Smart Studios, as well as boombox recordings of subsequent rehearsals through which the listener can actually experience “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” “Come As You Are,” “On A Plain” and others that take shape before his or her very ears. The Super Deluxe also offers an altogether new perspective on the finished Nevermind album exclusive to this format in the form of the Devonshire Mixes: the album as produced and mixed by Vig as opposed to the commercially released final version produced by Vig and mixed by Andy Wallace. Rounding out the Super Deluxe are a pair of previously unreleased BBC recordings and the aforementioned 1991 Paramount show available for the first time and exclusive to this format on CD and DVD (which also features all four music videos from Nevermind).

FLAC | 1720 MB | WU1 | WU2 | WU3 | WU4

Elliot Brood – Days into Years (2011)

Toronto’s alt-country champions Elliot BROOD have announced the release of their highly anticipated third full-length album today; Days Into Years will arrive on September 27 via Paper Bag Records.

Day into Years is the type of progression the band needed to make. New textures and new ideas help keep the band sounding inspired and fresh, but they are still backed by the same passion and historical obsessions. You might not bang on cake sheets for this one, but you will certainly nod along approvingly.

mp3 320 kbps | 91 MB | FSo | WU

Pink Floyd – The Wall [Remastered] (2011)


01 In The Flesh?
02 The Thin Ice
03 Another Brick In The Wall, [Part One]
04 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
05 Another Brick In The Wall, [Part Two]
06 Mother
07 Goodbye Blue Sky
08 Empty Spaces
09 Young Lust
10 One Of My Turns
11 Don’t Leave Me Now
12 Another Brick In The Wall, [Part Three]
13 Goodbye Cruel World
14 Hey You
15 Is There Anybody Out There?
16 Nobody Home
17 Vera
18 Bring The Boys Back Home
19 Comfortably Numb
20 The Show Must Go On
21 In The Flesh
22 Run Like Hell
23 Waiting For The Worms
24 Stop
25 The Trial
26 Outside The Wall

mp3 320 kbps | 197 MB | FSo | WU

16 Horsepower – Yours truly (2011)

2011 two CD collection from the Alt-Country/Americana outfit. Yours Truly is split into two parts: the first disc showcases popular favorites chosen by fans in an online survey; the second includes obscure, hard-to-find B-sides and previously unreleased demo versions of 16HP masterpieces. Yours Truly was mixed by producer Bob Ferbrache (Blood Axis, Soul Merchants, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, Tarantella) specially for this release. The deluxe package comes with a lyric booklet with rare photos and artwork. As rural gothic goes, one cannot do much better than David Eugene Edwards and company, with their use of acoustic old-time instruments mixed with the impassioned vocals and fire-and-brimstone lyrics.

FLAC + Covers | 812 MB | WU1  | WU2

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon 1973 [2011 Remastered 2xCD Experience Edition]


CD1: The Dark Side Of The Moon (2011 Remastered)

01 – Speak To Me – 01:07
02 – Breathe – 02:50
03 – On The Run – 03:45
04 – Time – 06:53
05 – The Great Gig In The Sky – 04:44
06 – Money – 06:2
07 – Us And Them – 07:49
08 – Any Colour You Like – 03:26
09 – Brain Damage – 03:47
10 – Eclipse – 02:13

CD2: Live At The Empire Pool, Wembley, London 1974

01 – Speak To Me – 02:46
02 – Breathe – 02:51
03 – On The Run – 05:09
04 – Time – 06:32
05 – The Great Gig In The Sky – 06:50
06 – Money – 08:41
07 – Us And Them – 08:10
08 – Any Colour You Like – 08:11
09 – Brain Damage – 03:44
10 – Eclipse – 02:19

FLAC + Covers | 625 MB | WU1 | WU2 | FSo1 | FSo2

VA – O Brother Where Art Thou [10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (2011)

1. James Carter and the Prisoners – Po Lazarus [04:30]
2. Harry McClintock – Big Rock Candy Mountain [02:17]
3. Norman Blake – You Are My Sunshine [04:27]
4. Harley Allen – In the Jailhouse Now [03:05]
5. Alison Krauss – Down to the River to Pray [02:56]
6. The Soggy Bottom Boys – I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow [03:10]
7. Chris Thomas King – Hard Time Killing Floor Blues [02:42]
8. Norman Blake – I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow [04:29]
9. The Whites – Keep On the Sunny Side [03:34]
10. Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch – I’ll Fly Away [03:57]
11. Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch – Didn’t Leave Nobody But the Baby [01:57]
12. Sarah, Hannah and Leah Peasall – In the Highways [01:36]
13. The Cox Family – I Am Weary (Let Me Rest) [03:14]
14. John Hartford – I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow [02:34]
15. Ralph Stanley – O Death [03:19]
16. The Soggy Bottom Boys – In the Jailhouse Now [03:36]
17. The Soggy Bottom Boys – I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow [04:17]
18. John Hartford – Indian War Whoop [01:30]
19. Fairfield Four – Lonesome Valley [04:07]
20. The Stanley Brothers – Angel Band [02:15]
21. Colin Linden – Hard Time Killing Floor Blues [01:17]
22. Alan O’Bryant – You Are My Sunshine [03:32]
23. John Hartford – Tishaminge Blues [02:04]
24. The Kossoy Sisters with Erik Darling – I’ll Fly Away [02:34]
25. Van Dyke Parks – Big Rock Candy Mountain [01:44]
26. Ed Lewis and the Prisoners – Tim Devil [05:21]
27. The Cox Family – Keep On the Sunny Side [02:38]
28. Sarah, Hannah and Leah Peasall and Robert Hamlett – Angel Band[01:00]
29. Norman Blake – Big Rock Candy Mountain [02:20]
30. Norman Blake – Little Sadie [01:53]
31. The Cox Family – In the Highways [02:14]
32. John Hartford – Hogfoot [03:49]
33. Fairfield Four – The Lord Will Make a Way [02:38]

Flac | 482 MB | FSo | WU

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – Don’t Explain (2011)

Joe Bonamassa is a very busy man. In March he released his latest solo album Dust Bowl and in June his band Black Country Communion released 2, arguably the best rock album of the year. Now the dream team of Bonamassa and producer Kevin Shirley join up with singer/songwriter Beth Hart for Don’t Explain, a 11 track collection of soul covers.Don’t Explain opens with “Sinner’s Prayer,” a Ray Charles cover, which gets things off to a bluesy start. The album really starts cooking on “For My Friend” by Bill Withers. Bonamassa begins with a killer riff that wouldn’t be out of place on a Black Country Communion album and Hart’s raw vocals knock it out of the park. The highlight of Don’t Explain has to be Etta James’ “I’d Rather Go Blind.

mp3 320 kbps | 124 MB |WU

Paul Ansell s – Money and Lies (2011)

For nearly two decades, Ansell now with his band in the business and released eleven albums. Swing in his music many influences with – in his career worked Ansell with many rock ‘n’ roll legends – led by the guitarist of the King of Rock ‘n’ roll Elvis, Scotty Moore, with whom he was several times on stage . But other great masters such as Bob Moore, Reggie Young, David Briggs, Jerry Carrigan, Billy Swan, Mac Curtis, Jesse Young, Billy Lee Riley, Robert Gordon or appreciate or appreciated the cooperation with the exceptional voice of Paul Ansell. His range is unique – it is both in R’n’R and blues and country music at home. Stylishly arranged Ansell with his emotive voice, his clothes that fit him like a glove. The champion of diversity does not only as a performer but also as a songwriter at the highest level. His self-composed pieces exude a unique magic that is unmistakable and overwhelming.

mp3 160 MB | 59 MB | FSo | WU

Rat Trapper -Tub Life (2011)

‘Tub Life,’ features the pickin’, stompin’, hootin’ and hollerin’ of four of Wyoming’s finest musicians.This album features mesmerizing banjo picking, grinding tub, flashy guitar and ragtimey piano on songs ranging in style from traditional jug band to psychedelic odyssey.  A pioneer of the tub, Sam ‘Ole Thundergut’ Davidson has assembled an electric washtub bass that brings the instrument out of obscurity and into the spotlight. Sam’s playing on songs such as “John Whitley” demonstrates his ability to hold down elaborate bass passages that have rarely been played on the washtub bass.

mp3 VBR – 197 kbps | 61 MB | FSo | WU