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Tina Turner – The Collected Recordings: Sixties to Nineties (3CD Box Set) (1994)

Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings: Sixties to Nineties (1994) 3CD Box Set

Tina Turner – The Collected Recordings: Sixties to Nineties (3CD Box Set) (1994)
Quality: Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) | Time: 03:15:19 | Size: 469 Mb
Genre: Pop Rock, R&B, Soul | Label: Capitol | # 8 29724 2 6

The Collected Recordings – Sixties to Nineties is a digitally remastered three disc compilation album by Tina Turner. The 48 track compilation was released in the United States on 15 November 1994 by Capitol Records. The set collects recordings from Turner’s – at the time – thirty year long career, starting with her 1960 debut single with Ike & Tina Turner, "A Fool In Love", and concluding with 1993′s "I Don’t Wanna Fight" from the soundtrack to the biographical movie What’s Love Got to Do with It. Box includes 80 pages booklet.


Tina Turner – Albums Collection (1984-2008)

Tina Turner – Albums Collection (1984-2008)

7CD | Quality: Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) | Time: 06:20:51 | Size: 918 Mb
Genre: Pop Rock, Pop, R&B, Soul

Collection includes: Private Dancer (1984); Break Every Rule (1986); Foreign Affair (1989); Foreign Affair (Limited Passport Edition); Wildest Dreams (1996); Twenty Four Seven (1999); Tina! (2008).

The most dynamic female soul singer in the history of the music, Tina Turner oozed sexuality from every pore in a performing career that began the moment she stepped onstage as lead singer of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue in the late ’50s. Her gritty and growling performances beat down doors everywhere, looking back to the double-barreled attack of gospel fervor and sexual abandon that had originally formed soul in the early ’50s. Divorced from Ike in the mid-’70s, she recorded only occasionally later in the decade but resurfaced in the mid-’80s with a series of hit singles and movie appearances; her high-profile status was assured well into the ’90s.

Born Annie Mae Bullock near Brownsville, TN, she began singing as a teen, and joined Ike Turner’s touring show as an 18-year-old backup vocalist. Just two years later, Tina was the star of the show, the attention-grabbing focal point for an incredibly smooth-running soul revue headed by Ike and his Kings of Rhythm. The couple began hitting the charts in 1960 with "A Fool in Love," and notched charting singles throughout the ’60s, though the disappointing position of "River Deep, Mountain High" — cited by Phil Spector as one of his best productions — was very hard to take. All expectations were fulfilled in 1971 with "Proud Mary," a number four hit that became the capstone of Ike & Tina’s Revue. Frustrated by Ike’s increasingly irrational behavior, though, Tina walked out just three years later.

She celebrated her newfound freedom in 1975 with a role in the film version of The Who’s Tommy. Playing the Acid Queen, she delivered an outrageous, all-too-brief performance in an otherwise forgettable mistake of a movie. Several albums were recorded for United Artists during the late ’70s, but she appeared to be washed up by the turn of the decade. Surprisingly, Tina returned in 1983, first teaming with a Heaven 17 project named B.E.F. on a remake of the Temptations’ "Ball of Confusion." Tina’s vocal offering was understandably apocalyptic, and she gained a solo deal with Capitol that same year. Her first single, a cover of Al Green’s "Let’s Stay Together," hit the Top 30 early in 1984. Second single "What’s Love Got to Do with It" became one of the year’s biggest hits, spending three weeks at number one. Her album Private Dancer included two more Top Ten singles, the title track and "Better Be Good to Me."

With another movie role in 1985 (Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome), she found a number two hit with its theme, "We Don’t Need Another Hero." Her next big hit followed in 1986 ("Typical Male"), after which Tina began to decline, still charting occasionally and selling respectably with albums including 1989′s Foreign Affair, 1996′s Wildest Dreams, and 2000′s Twenty Four Seven. In 2009, Turner oversaw and added spoken word segments to Beyond: Buddhist and Christian Prayers, which featured singing from Regula Curti and Dechen Shak-Dagsay. The CD was officially released a year later in 2010

Biography by John Bush, Allmusic.com


The Millennium – At Last (8CD Box Set) (2012)

The Millennium – At Last (8CD Box Set) (2012)

Release: 2012 | Track: 151 (8CD) | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 1.48 GB (+Artwork)
Genre: Pop, Rock | Label: Sony Music


The Beach Boys – Today (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012) [320]

The Beach Boys - Today (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012) [MP3/FLAC]
The Beach Boys – Today (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 24 | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 135 MB
Genre: Pop, Rock | Label: Capitol

2012 digital remaster of this classic 1965 studio album from the beloved ’60s Pop band featuring both the mono and stereo mix of the album. Digitally remastered by Mark Linett.
1. Do You Wanna Dance? (Mono) [02:20]
2. Good to My Baby (Mono) [02:16]
3. Don’t Hurt My Little Sister (Mono) [02:07]
4. When I Grow Up (To Be a Man) (Mono) [02:02]
5. Help Me, Ronda (Mono) [03:08]
6. Dance, Dance, Dance (Mono) [01:59]
7. Please Let Me Wonder (Mono) [02:50]
8. I’m So Young (Mono) [02:31]
9. Kiss Me, Baby (Mono) [02:36]
10. She Knows Me Too Well (Mono) [02:28]
11. In the Back of My Mind (Mono) [02:07]
12. Bull Session with “Big Daddy” [02:12]
13. Do You Wanna Dance (Stereo) [02:38]
14. Good to My Baby (Stereo) [02:20]
15. Don’t Hurt My Little Sister (Stereo) [02:08]
16. When I Grow Up (To Be a Man) (Stereo) [02:04]
17. Help Me, Ronda (Stereo) [03:05]
18. Dance, Dance, Dance (Stereo) [02:03]
19. Please Let Me Wonder (Stereo) [02:47]
20. I’m So Young (Stereo) [02:33]
21. Kiss Me, Baby (Stereo) [02:42]
22. She Knows Me Too Well (Stereo) [02:30]
23. In the Back of My Mind (Stereo) [02:10]
24. Bull Session with ”Big Daddy” (stereo)


The Beach Boys – Summer Days (and Summer Nights!!) (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012)

The Beach Boys - Summer Days (and Summer Nights!!) (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012) [MP3/FLAC]
The Beach Boys – Summer Days (and Summer Nights!!) (Mono & Stereo Remasters) (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 24 | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 125 MB
Genre: Pop, Rock | Label: Capitol

2012 digital remaster of this classic 1965 studio album from the beloved ’60s Pop band featuring both the mono and stereo mix of the album. Digitally remastered by Mark Linett.
01. The Girl from New York City (Mono) 1:49
02. Amusement Parks U.S.A. (Mono) 2:25
03. Then I Kissed Her (Mono) 2:11
04. Salt Lake City (Mono) 1:57
05. Girl Don’t Tell Me (Mono) 2:14
06. Help Me, Rhonda (Mono) 2:44
07. California Girls (Mono) 2:45
08. Let Him Run Wild (Mono) 2:18
09. You’re So Good to Me (Mono) 2:14
10. Summer Means New Love (Mono) 1:55
11. I’m Bugged At My Ol’ Man (Mono) 2:13
12. And Your Dream Comes True (Mono) 1:03
13. The Girl from New York City (Stereo) 1:49
14. Amusement Parks U.S.A. (Stereo) 2:25
15. Then I Kissed Her (Stereo) 2:11
16. Salt Lake City (Stereo) 1:57
17. Girl Don’t Tell Me (Stereo) 2:14
18. Help Me, Rhonda (Stereo) 2:44
19. California Girls (Stereo) 2:45
20. Let Him Run Wild (Stereo) 2:18
21. You’re So Good to Me (Stereo) 2:14
22. Summer Means New Love (Stereo) 1:55
23. I’m Bugged At My Ol’ Man (Stereo) 2:13
24. And Your Dream Comes True (Stereo) 1:03


Talk Talk – Studio Albums and Compilations (1982-2007)

Talk Talk – Studio Albums and Compilations (1982-2007)
13 CD | Quality: Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) | Time: 10:34:50 | Size: 1.5 Gb
Early Years: New Wave, Synth Pop / Later Years: Post Rock, Art Rock, Experimental

Collection includes all studio albums and two compilations by English musical group Talk Talk. The group had a string of international hit singles including "Today", "Talk Talk", "It’s My Life", "Such a Shame", "Dum Dum Girl", "Life’s What You Make It" and "Living in Another World". In their later years the band’s commercial appeal receded, but their critical reputation increased as they moved from synthpop to a more experimental form. Their final two albums, Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock, were highly acclaimed and remain influential to experimental alternative rock genres, especially post-rock.

With the exception of a handful of common threads — chief among them the plaintive vocals and haunting lyrics of frontman Mark Hollis — there is little to suggest that the five studio LPs that make up the Talk Talk oeuvre are indeed the work of the same band throughout. After beginning their career with records virtually epitomizing the new wave era that spawned them, the British group never looked back, making significant strides with each successive album on its way to discovering a wholly unique and uncategorizable sound informed by elements of jazz, classical, and ambient music; their masterful final recordings, while neglected commercially, possess a timelessness rare among music of any genre, and in retrospect they seem the clear starting point for the post-rock movement of the 1990s.

The story of Talk Talk begins with singer/songwriter Hollis, the younger brother of Ed Hollis, a disc jockey and producer who went on to manage such punk-era bands as Eddie & the Hot Rods. Mark originally planned to become a child psychologist, but in 1975, he left university to relocate to London, eventually forming a band called the Reaction; Ed Hollis called in a few favors, and in 1977, the Reaction recorded a demo tape for Island Records. Among the tracks was a Hollis original titled "Talk Talk," which later surfaced on the Beggars Banquet punk compilation Streets. After just one single, 1978′s "I Can’t Resist," the Reaction disbanded, and through his brother, Hollis was first introduced to bassist Paul Webb, drummer Lee Harris, and keyboardist Simon Brenner, with whom he formed Talk Talk in 1981.

After recording a number of demos with producer Jimmy Miller, Talk Talk signed to EMI, who assigned Duran Duran producer Colin Thurston to helm their first two singles, "Mirror Man" and "Talk Talk." Clearly, EMI’s intent was to mold the band in the spirit of the new romantic movement, and toward that end, they also tapped Talk Talk as the opener on Duran Duran’s 1982 U.K. tour. Their debut LP, The Party’s Over, was indeed a product of its times, defined by contemporary synth pop sensibilities but with an honesty and lyrical depth absent from most other records of the moment. In 1983, Talk Talk resurfaced with the single "My Foolish Friend," which in itself marked a major leap from the first record with its denser and more mature sound; the subsequent dismissal of Brenner made it plain that the band’s days of relying on synthesizers were over for good.

The remainder of 1983 was spent writing and recording It’s My Life, Talk Talk’s breakthrough recording. The turning point was the arrival of producer and multi-instrumentalist Tim Friese-Greene, who was to remain an unofficial fourth member of the band for the remainder of its existence. In Friese-Greene, Hollis found the ideal partner to realize his ambitions; It’s My Life made major strides away from The Party’s Over, rejecting the debut’s new wave trappings in favor of richer, more natural textures. The gambit worked, with the title track becoming a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. Released in 1986, The Colour of Spring continued the trend, and on the strength of the smashes "Life’s What You Make It" and "Give It Up," it became Talk Talk’s best-selling album to date. A major world tour followed, with EMI allotting an enormous budget for the group’s next effort.

In 1987, Talk Talk settled into an abandoned Suffolk church to begin working on their fourth LP. EMI executives eagerly awaited the finished product, and they were to continue waiting, as the group worked far past its deadline, seemingly with no end in sight. Already well over budget, Hollis refused to allow label heads any advance tapes, and informed EMI that not only would there be no singles from the record, but that the group would be unable to re-create the complex arrangements on-stage and, as a consequence, would perform no live dates in support of the disc’s release. Finally, after some 14 months in the studio, Spirit of Eden was issued to thunderous critical acclaim, albeit little commercial interest; an intricate, meditative work, it bore little resemblance to standard pop music, with its lengthy songs and spacious, organic arrangements perhaps closest in theme and texture to jazz.

With relations between EMI and Talk Talk at a breaking point, the label issued an edited single version of the Spirit of Eden track "I Believe in You" without the band’s consent. Talk Talk eventually split from EMI, but not without resistance from the label, which subsequently sued the band for making an anti-commercial album (the case was thrown out) and released a pair of compilations, Natural History and History Revisited, without the band’s involvement.

Talk Talk then signed to Polydor; Paul Webb subsequently left, and the masterful Laughing Stock was recorded primarily with guest musicians. Issued in 1991, the LP marked a complete break from convention, adopting an almost free-form aesthetic; however, it was also Talk Talk’s final work — in 1992, Webb and Harris reunited in ‘O’Rang, while Hollis disappeared from view, finally issuing his self-titled solo debut in early 1998. A live Talk Talk release, London 1986, appeared in 1999.

Biography by Jason Ankeny, Allmusic.com


Smokie – Collection (1975-2006)

Smokie - Collection (1975-2006) MP3

Smokie – Collection (1975-2006) 
Year: 1975-2006 | Audio: MP3, 320 kbit | 21:09:02 | 2.97 GB
Genre: Pop / Glam Rock

1975 – Pass it around
1975 – Changing all the time
1976 – Midnight cafe
1977 – Bright lights & Back alleys
1978 – The montreux album
1979 – The other side of the road
1981 – Solid Ground
1982 – Midnight delight
1982 – Strangers in paradise
1988 – All Fired Up!
1989 – Boulevard of broken dreams
1989 – Greatest hits live
1990 – Whose are these boots
1992 – Chasing shadows
1993 – Burnin’ ambition
1994 – Celebration
1995 – The world and elsewhere
1996 – Light A candle (The christmas album)
1998 – The concert (Live 1978)
1998 – Wild horses (The nashville album)
1999 – With love
2000 – Uncovered
2001 – Uncovered too
2004 – On The wire
2006 – From the heart


Scala & Kolacny Brothers – December (2012)

Scala & Kolacny Brothers – December (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 14 | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 115 MB
Genre: Pop, Rock, Holiday | Label: [PIAS] Recordings

01. My December (Linkin Park)
02. Christmastime (Smashing Pumpkins)
03. Christmas Lights (Coldplay)
04. River (Joni Mitchell)
05. Christmas Must Be Tonight (The Band)
06. Let Me Sleep (It’s Christmas Time) (Pearl Jam)
07. 2000 Miles (The Pretenders)
08. It’s Christmas! Let’s Be Glad (Sufjan Stevens)
09. Tears Can Sparkle Too (Steven Kolacny)
10. Sun-kissed Snow (Steven Kolacny)
11. Wintersong (Sarah McLachlan)
12. When Doves Cry (Prince)
13. Did I Make The Most Of Loving You (Downton Abbey TV Series)
14. Eskimo (Damien Rice)


Los Secretos – Discografia 1981-2012 (2012)

Los Secretos - Discografia 1981-2012 (2012) [MP3/FLAC]
Los Secretos – Discografia 1981-2012 (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 12 CD | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 1,74 GB
Genre: Latin Pop, Pop Rock | Label: Warner


Joseph Arthur – Junkyard Hearts (2012)

Joseph Arthur - Junkyard Hearts (2012)
Joseph Arthur – Junkyard Hearts (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 19 (2CD) | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 220 MB
Genre: Pop Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Folk | Label: REAL WORLD

Two years on from Come To Where I’m From – and proving that he’s ever his own man – Joseph released a quartet of EPs (under the collective name of Junkyard Hearts) that were only available on his UK tour of 2002. A decade on, these scarce-as-hen’s-teeth recordings are being reissued in two-CD set, allowing those unable to attend that tour the chance to give some love to these half-forgotten gems. They very much demand your attention – 19 confirmations of a man at the peak of his substantial powers.
‘An oddball songsmith who eaves words, guitars and a whole heap of discordant sounds into songs that hang around your head long after they finish’ – Uncut

CD 1:

01. The Coldest Sea
02. This Heart Will Swallow Us
03. Jumping In With You
04. Take Me Back Home
05. Hold On Dear
06. Marmalade Eyes
07. Queen of Brooklyn
08. Glue Sniffer
09. Dear Lord
10. Bill Wilson
11. Tiny Echoes
CD 2:
01. Space Needle
02. Be My Friend
03. The Termite Song
04. Favorite Girl
05. Crackerjack Box
06. Voicies Will Fight
07. Still The Same
08. In The Middle Of The Night


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