Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Deadbeat - New World Observer

  1. Slow Rot From Rhetoric

  2. Port-Au-Prince

  3. N'Importe Quoi

  4. Abu Ghraib

  5. Texas Tea

  6. O Little Town Of Bethlehem

  7. Time Is Passing Slowly

  8. Rock Of Ages

  9. Ruination

  10. Habitat For Heavy Hearts

Quality: 192kbps

Size: 84MB

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Ratatat - Classics

  1. Montanita

  2. Lex

  3. Gettysburg

  4. Wildcat

  5. Tropicana

  6. Loud Pipes

  7. Kennedy

  8. Swisha

  9. Nostrand

  10. Tacobel Canon

Quality: ~230kbps

Size: 71MB

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/190291264/R-C.zip


Diesler - Keepie Uppies

Jonathan Radford’s Diesler project reinforces the Cherrystone’s notion that every cloud has its silver lining (or every piece of vinyl has a sample on it). Diesler is a one-man bandito who grew up out in the sticks near Burnley and still resides in the surrounding valley. Early musical influences included a varied selection of artists including David Holmes, To Rococo Rot, Can, Andy Votel, Cherrystones, and The Remote Viewer to name a few: film is also is a big influence, with the combination of score, sound effects and images paralleling the densely-produced collage of instrumentalism and beats in Jonathan’s music.

  1. Pathos

  2. Charmed (feat. Laura Vane)

  3. 900 Degrees

  4. Day Of The Jackall

  5. Real Cold

  6. Day Dream (feat. Double Yellow)

  7. A Little Something (feat. Laura Vane)

  8. Stylus Rise (feat. Joseph Malik)

  9. La Playas

  10. Cannibal Lunch (feat. Double Yellow)

  11. Waltz 'till Dawn

  12. Safe Code

Quality: 140kbps

Size: 55MB

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Tipper - Tip Hop

Tipper (real name Dave Tipper) is a British producer and DJ specialising in nu skool breaks and trip hop.

Although mostly known in the breakbeat scene, Tipper’s output includes strong hints of electro and idm amongst other styles. He is known for his interest in extreme bass frequencies, with his releases often including lengthy subbass test tones at the end.

  1. Tepid Bile

  2. Ruck feat. Epcot

  3. Tip Hop2

  4. Crimp

  5. Paperthinreality

  6. Learning Is Remembering feat. Epcot

  7. Run4Cover

  8. Gong Show

  9. As Think As You Can Quink

  10. Dead Pixels feat. Epcot

  11. Pins & Needles

  12. Grubby Weasel

  13. Flitch

  14. Fleas and Itches

  15. Primordial Soup

  16. Ton Of Brix

  17. Cycleswithincycleswithin

  18. Ruck feat. Epcot (unmixed Track)

  19. Learning is Remembering feat. Epcot

  20. Dead Pixels feat. Epcot (unmixed Track)

Quality: 192kbps

Size: 91MB

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Homelife - Guru Man Hubcap Lady

Homelife is not a definite entity. It’s hard to pin down their sound, how many people are in the band or even which band they are in! Nearly every Homelife track has a different line up. Less of a collective, Homelife is more of a pool of musicians whose talents are marshalled by reluctant foreman Paddy Steer.

  1. Roman Foam

  2. Guru Man Hubcap Lady

  3. A Casa - The House

  4. Harder

  5. The Lantern

  6. Heaven Knows

  7. Banjo

  8. Lowdell Is Missing

  9. April Sunshine

  10. Windytreehouserollerdisco

  11. Big Tree

  12. Strangers

Quality: ~190kbps

Size: 69MB

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Mr. Scruff - Mrs. Cruff

2005 reissue of the 1997 album "Mr. Scruff".

  1. Sea Mammal

  2. Tubby Mechanical Friend

  3. Bass Baby

  4. Bonce

  5. Chicken In A Box

  6. Night Time

  7. After Time

  8. Limbic Funk

  9. Bobby'y Jazz Pony

  10. Jazz Potatoe

  11. Crisps

  12. Wail

Quality: ~160kbps

Size: 87MB

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Bonobo - Dial ‘M’ For Monkeys

At 18, he moved to Brighton where he released his debut album Animal Magic on the Tru Thoughts label in 2000. With this album, completely self-produced and mainly self-instrumented, he became one of the "new downtempo pioneers" and his chilled, beat-driven music captivated press as well as many major labels.

In 2001, Bonobo decided to sign for Ninja Tune and in 2003, after one album of remixes on Tru Thoughts in 2002, he released Dial 'M' For Monkey. In 2005, Bonobo contributed to the Solid Steel series, with his Bonobo Presents Solid Steel: "It Came From The Sea", the release date was scheduled for October 10, 2005, but was released a week early, the mix features several exclusive tracks as well as remixes and re-edits.

His latest album, entitled Days to Come, was released on October 2, 2006, the first single from the album was "Nightlite", featuring vocals by Bajka. Following the success "Days to Come" his tracks have appeared in a number of media-related items. Days To Come was voted Best Album of 2006 by Gilles Peterson's listeners.

  1. Noctuary

  2. Flutter

  3. D Song

  4. Change Down

  5. Wayward Bob

  6. Pick Up

  7. Someting For Windy

  8. Nothing Owed

  9. Light Pattern

Quality: 192kbps

Size: 56MB

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The Herbaliser Band - Session One

Session One is an album released by The Herbaliser on 26 May 2000. While the band had been together since the mid 1990s, contributing to and promoting Herbaliser's largely electronically produced albums, this was the first and to date the only studio album recorded with a live band. It is also the only album released under the group name The Herbaliser Band.

Each track is a live band representation of a track from the first three Herbaliser albums, Remedies, Blow Your Headphones and Very Mercenary. Most tracks are completely instrumental, and vocals are only present in sample form on two tracks ("Who's the Realest?" and "The Sensual Woman").

  1. Who's The Realest

  2. Ginger Jumps The Fence

  3. The Sensual Woman

  4. The Missing Suitcase

  5. Shocka Zulu

  6. Shattered Soul

  7. Goldrush

  8. Forty Winks

Quality: 192kbps

Size: 58MB

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Fat Freddy’s Drop - Live At The Matterhorn

Live at the Matterhorn was the first album that Fat Freddy's Drop officially released and was the one that started the ball rolling for this seven piece dub/reggae/roots band. Recorded live it sees 'The Drop' in inspired improvisational form at the well known Wellington venue in Cuba Mall, New Zealand. Although this album only contains four songs it plays for 70 minutes.

  1. Runnin'

  2. Rain

  3. No Parking

  4. Parking

Quality: .ogg 160kbps

Size: 67MB

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Babylon Circus

Babylon Circus is a French ska-punk/alternative rock band that has been incorporating a wide variety of influences. The exuberant, horn-driven outfit has favored a bilingual approach; lead singer David Baruchel sings in both French and English--and many of their songs have tackled political and social topics (for example, the Iraq War--which they strongly oppose-- became a major subject for Babylon Circus in 2003). Formed by Baruchel in Lyon, France in 1995, Babylon Circus started out as more of a straight-ahead ska band. But they ended up becoming a lot more experimental and eclectic, drawing on everything from reggae (which came out of ska) to British punk to jazz (especially guitarist Django Reinhardt's Parisian gypsy swing of the 1930s and 1940s) and cabaret. Babylon Circus is an appropriate name for the band because some of their material has, in fact, been influenced by circus music--and their other influences range from French chanson (as in Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel) to African pop to East European folk (mainly gypsy music from the Baltic region). The list of artists who have influenced Babylon Circus either directly or indirectly is a long one, ranging from classic Jamaican ska and reggae stars like the Skatalites, Toots & the Maytals and Bob Marley & the Wailers to British punk pioneers the Clash to the French world beat band Lo'Jo. Some of their work has hinted at early Tom Waits, and British ska revival bands of the 1970s and 1980s such as Madness and the Specials have also affected their far-reaching work.
Babylon Circus @ Discogs.com
Au Marché des Illusions

  1. Intro

  2. Shout It

  3. Au Marché des Illusions

  4. Casse la Fatigue

  5. Paul

  6. Lorenzo

  7. Yakaf Okon

  8. Pauvre Fou

  9. Le Passé dans l' rétro

  10. A L' Humaur de Méche

  11. Don Quichote is not dead

  12. Lundi 6h

  13. Il pleut des Bombes

  14. Cheer Up

Quality: 128kbps

Size: 57MB

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Dances of Resistance

  1. Contra La Guerra- Greva General!

  2. Dances Of Resistance

  3. No Competition

  4. Circus

  5. De La Musique Et Du Bruit

  6. Mr Clown

  7. J' aurais Bien Voulu

  8. Interlude Barbare

  9. Musical Terrorism Act

  10. Warlord

  11. Parade Acoustique

  12. Sailor's Wife

  13. Caravane

  14. Lost In The Jungle

  15. L'huile Sur Le Feu

  16. Petite Caravane Barbare

  17. My Friend

Quality: 192kbps

Size: 76MB

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Chick Corea - Three Quartets(1981)

]Between the tides of Return To Forever and The Elektric Band, Chick Corea's recording projects focused
on more intimate acoustic ensembles. Of these, the superb THREE QUARTETS is the best of the bunch.
Recorded in 1981 at Corea's own Mad Hatter studio, it features the pianist at his creative best as
well as his favorite partners Michael Brecker, Eddie Gomez and the inimitable Steve Gadd. Few other
records of this period contain the powerful musical energy that was created when these four virtuosos
came together. The performances captured on this album are stunning. The complex "Quartet No. 1" offers
a punchy melody that explodes into a furious solo by Brecker. The softer "Quartet No. 3" follows with
dramatic chordal work by Corea and expressive solos by Brecker and Gomez. The epic "Quartet No. 2" is
one of Corea's most dynamic works. The first section, a swinging ballad, is dedicated to the great
Duke Ellington. The second, which features a mesmerizing solo by Gadd, is a hard swinger for John Coltrane.
Bonus tracks include Corea's unforgettable "Hairy Canary" and an amazing Gadd/Brecker duet on
Charlie Parker's "Confirmation."

Chick Corea (piano);
Michael Brecker (tenor saxophone);
Eddie Gomez (bass);
Steve Gadd (drums).


  1. Chick Corea - Three Quartets(1981) - 1. Quartet #1

  2. Chick Corea - Three Quartets(1981) - 2. Quartet #3

  3. Chick Corea - Three Quartets(1981) - 3. Quartet #2

Quali: 320
Size: 89 MB
Source: Vinyl



Pharoah Sanders - Rejoice(1981)

This was the first Pharoah Sanders album I bought way back in 1982 and I guess the rest is history.
I snapped up most of his catalogue over the years (posting many of the harder to find Impule lps here)
and have seen him play live on numerous occassions.I still rate this double vinyl set as much now as
I did then so here it is ripped from the original Theresa vinyl @320.I can't find it posted anywhere
else in Blogland which is surprising so another first at Orgy In Rhythm.
Very Highly Recommended.

Personnel: Pharoah Sanders (tenor saxophone, vocals, bells), B. Kazuko Ishida, George V. Johnson (vocals),
Danny Moore (trumpet), Steve Turre (trombone), Lois Colin (harp), Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone),
Joe Bonner (piano, background vocals), John Hicks (piano), Peter Fujii (guitar, background vocals),
Jorge Pomar (bass, background vocals), Art Davis (bass), Babatunde (drums, percussion, background vocals),
Elvin Jones, Billy Higgins (drums), Big Black (percussion, background vocals).

A two-LP set on Theresa this features Pharoah Sanders in excellent form in 1981. Sanders sounds much
more mellow than he had a decade earlier, often improvising in a style similar to late-'50s John Coltrane,
particularly on "When Lights Are Low," "Moments Notice" and "Central Park West." The personnel changes
on many of the selections and includes such top players as pianists Joe Bonner and John Hicks, bassist
Art Davis, drummers Elvin Jones and Billy Higgins, vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, trombonist Steve Turre,
trumpeter Danny Moore, a harpist and (on "Origin" and "Central Park West") five vocalists.
The music always holds on to one's interest, making this one of Sanders's better later recordings.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide


  1. 1. Rejoice - Pharoah Sanders, Sanders, Pharoah

  2. 2. High Life - Pharoah Sanders, Sanders, Pharoah

  3. 3. Nigerian Juju Hilife - Pharoah Sanders,

  4. 4. Origin - Pharoah Sanders, Sanders, Pharoah

  5. 5. When Lights Are Low - Pharoah Sanders, Carter, Benny [1]

  6. 6. Moment's Notice - Pharoah Sanders, Coltrane, John

  7. 7. Central Park West - Pharoah Sanders, Coltrane, John

  8. 8. Ntjilo Ntjilo/Bird Song - Pharoah Sanders,

  9. 9. Farah - Pharoah Sanders,

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Size: 105 MB
Source: Vinyl



Thursday, January 22, 2009

Red Snapper - Prince Blimey (1996)


  1. Crusoe Takes A Trip

  2. 3 Strikes And You're Out

  3. Thomas The Fib

  4. Get Some Sleep Tiger

  5. Fatboy’s Dust

  6. Moonbuggy

  7. The Paranoid

  8. Space Sickness

  9. The Last One

  10. Digging Doctor What What

  11. Gridlock

  12. Lo-Beam

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Concert 1982

Live recorded during the concert in Villingen SWF / Black Jazz Club in Villingen
On 5 February 1982. Produced by JE Behrend and Werner Wunderlich.

About the plate of the two exceptional jazz Shepp / van't Hof! We put the disk in the
Screening, if someone wants partout not believe how contemplative, lyrical, floating
and relaxed jazz can be.

Especially on the opener Contracts meet all the above aspects. How beautiful the two
Musicians to work together here! Van't Hof creates a stable, beautiful, melodic synth /
Keyboard chord carpet, on the lyrical Shepp-free improvised.

The piece is an absolute flyer!

Solo due Contracts worth buying this disc already.

Musically and sonically an icing on the cake for your lathe. An audiophile sound image in the best
Meaning plus incredibly beautiful, well-recorded and - produced music.

Can we still grumble?


  1. Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Condert 1982 - 1. Contracts

  2. Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Condert 1982 - 2. Mama Rose

  3. Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Condert 1982 - 3. People

  4. Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Condert 1982 - 4. Kalimba

  5. Archie Shepp and Jasper Vant Hof - Mama Rose Live in Condert 1982 - 5. Recovered Residence

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Size: 101 MB
Source: Vinyl




CODONA is a fusion jazz trio born during the late 70’s.
CODONA’s name is derived from the leading letters of the first names of its three members.
It has an Indian feel due to the presence of sitar/tabla player Collin Walcott (“co”).
He is accompanied by the trumpeter Don Cherry (“do”) who is a founder of free jazz,
(notably worked with the Indian jazz fusion artist L. Shankar),
the adventurous Brazilian percussionist Nana Vasconcelos (“na”),
also known for his work with the Pat Metheny Group. N...CODONA is a fusion jazz trio
born during the late 70’s.

Next to Walcott personal “eastern” touch, this project is also a great fusion between
several “world” influences, from Africa, to Japan. Three “eclectic”, “ethereal” albums have
been released for ECM.
They are all essential for fans of "world" fusion jazz music.


  1. CODONA - III - 1. Goshakabuchi

  2. CODONA - III - 2. He Da Ba Doom

  3. CODONA - III - 3. Travel By Night

  4. CODONA - III - 4. Lullaby

  5. CODONA - III - 5. Trayra Boia

  6. CODONA - III - 6. Clicky Clacky

  7. CODONA - III - 7. Inner Organs

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Size: 105 MB
Source: Vinyl



Rip Rig & Panic - I Am Cold(1982)

Biography by John Dougan
Named after a terrific '60s jazz album by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Rip, Rig & Panic answered the question:
What happens when avant-garde post-punks collide headlong with a pop/soul singer and play a mutated form of jazz?
A loosely knit collection of ex-Pop Group members (Gareth Sanger and Bruce Smith) and young stars-to-be (Neneh Cherry),  Rip, Rig & Panic formed in 1980 as quintessential avant-garde bohemians. They eschewed pop for a more primal, percussive foundation (slightly reggae, slightly Afro-pop), upon which was layered free jazz blowing and honking, soulful singing, and Cecil Taylor-inspired piano mania. But, as intense as this music was, it wasn't done with a dry academic seriousness; quite the contrary,  Rip, Rig & Panic were all about fun and playfulness. Even the song titles ("Constant Drudgery Is Harmful to Soul, Spirit & Health"  and "Those Eskimo Women Speak Frankly") sounded more like surreal announcements than they did traditional, catchy song titles. Arguably the most likable bunch of avant-garde types ever to record music, Rip, Rig & Panic called it a day after three mostly wonderful, if somewhat inconsistent records. If your taste in music, even fringe music, is such that a strong melodic focus is necessary, than perhaps this won't be your cup of tea. However, if you don't mind a little chaos with your funk, then give this heady mix a chance; it will work its way into your heart, head, and feet. As for the members, Bruce Smith joined Public Image Ltd. for a spell, and Neneh Cherry became a huge pop star (deservedly so) with her first solo record.


Gareth Sager, Sean Oliver, Mark Springer, Bruce Smith
Don Cherry (Trumpet)
Neneh Cherry (Vocals)
Jez Parfitt (Baritone Saxophone)
Flash (Saxophone)
David De Fries (Trumpet)
Andrea Oliver (Vocals)
Giles Leaman (Percussion)
Steve Noble (Drums)
Sarah Sarahandi (Viola)
Debbie (Cello)
Alph Wait (Trombone)


  1. 01. Rip Rig & Panic - Storm the Reality Asylum               3:47

  2. 02. Rip Rig + Panic - Warm to the if in Life           4:46

  3. 03. Rip Rig & Panic - LIARS Shape Up or Ship Out          2:03

  4. 04. Rip Rig & Panic - Epi Epi Arp WOOSH!            4:34

  5. 05. Rip Rig & Panic - Nurse Increase The Sedatives          4:28

  6. 06. Rip Rig & Panic - TAKE A DON KEY to MYSTERY          3:21

  7. 07. Rip Rig & Panic - TAX SEX              5:48

  8. 08. Rip Rig & Panic - Hunger (The Ocean Roars It Bites)  3:44

  9. 09. Rip Rig & Panic - You're My Kind Of Climate            2:48

  10. 10. Rip Rig & Panic - HERE GATHERS NAMELESS ENERGY  4:18

  11. 11. Rip Rig & Panic - MISA LUBA Lone Wolf    5:40

Quali: 320
Size: 107 MB
Source: Vinyl






Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984)

Trombonist Ray Anderson's forays into instrumental funk, blues, and R&B
led him to form the Slickaphonics. What distinguishes this group from a
knockoff set of imitators is that no matter what style he's playing,
Anderson and his band still adhere to the highest musical standards.
They don't approach this as easy money or lesser material, and thus give
it the intensity and attention required to play it credibly.
~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

Allan Jaffe - vocals, guitar
Jim Payne - vocals, drums
Ray Anderson - vocals, trombone
Daniel Wilensky - vocals, saxophone
Mark Helias - vocals, bass guitar


  1. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 01. Pantomime

  2. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 02. Big Legged Blues

  3. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 03. Whisper With Your Body

  4. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 04. Horseradish

  5. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 05. Telephonically Yours

  6. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 06. Modern Life

  7. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 07. Knocked Him Out

  8. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 08. You Lost Your Touch

  9. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 09. Slickaphonic Stomp

  10. Slickaphonics - Modern Life(1984) - 10. Inevitable

Quali: 320
Size: 90 MB
Source: Vinyl





Shakti - Natural Elements(1977)

I do not believe there is a "best" Shakti album. All of them are brilliant and exhilarating and essential
like chapters in a book. _Natural Elements_ does, however, stand out as the most lyrical and beautiful
of Shakti's albums from the 70s, in my opinion. Shakti is a pluralistic group adapting some Western
jazz idioms with an Indian environment, and here they also capture the widest range of moods.
John McLaughlin straddles the line dividing Western and Eastern musical traditions, bridging the two
with his guitar as his soul burns along the fretboard. Such is evident enough from the get-go, with
"Mind Ecology", a fast-paced opener penned by McLaughlin, tearing along the pattering gallop of
earthen percussion. But to celebrate their virtuosity as an end in itself would be a dishonor.
"Mind Ecology", for all its speed and wild playing, exemplifies the "hidden" allure of Shakti
-- the incredible virtuosity of these musicians is just a means to an end. The end of course being
the articulation of an thrillingly joyful disposition, infectiously spiritual and focused.
"Baby Baby Come Dance With Me" and "Happiness Is Being Together" are merry, vivacious jewels
sparkling in the desert sands. The heavenly "Face to Face" and "Bridge of Sighs" slow that Shakti is
just as engrossing when softened and calm. "Peace of Mind" is a spare beauty (that is unfortunately short)
written by McLaughlin, where Shankar's violin renders a rapturously crying melody over gentle strumming.
Definitely one of the most lovely moments in Shakti's discography. "The Daffodil and the Eagle"
is exquisite, charged with the clairvoyant interplay that is typical of this group, with lead instruments and
percussion entwining magnificently. Hearing them live would be the most prime way to experience the
group's sheer acumen and togetherness, but for the diasporal Shakti, _Natural Elements_ is definitely
essential. If you've never heard Shakti, this is as good an introduction as any.

John McLaughlin- guitar
L. Shankar- violin
Zakir Hussain- table
T.H. Vinayakaram- ghatam


  1. Shakti - Natural Elements - 01. Mind Ecology

  2. Shakti - Natural Elements - 02. Face To Face

  3. Shakti - Natural Elements - 03. Come On Baby Dance With Me

  4. Shakti - Natural Elements - 04. The Daffodil And The Eagle

  5. Shakti - Natural Elements - 05. Happiness Is Being Together

  6. Shakti - Natural Elements - 06. Bridge Of Sights

  7. Shakti - Natural Elements - 07. Get Down An Sruti

  8. Shakti - Natural Elements - 08. Peace Of Mind

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Source: Vinyl
Size: 90 MB



Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty(1977)

So you've heard Remember Shakti, and now you want to hear more. Every time I listen to the new
material I think the band should be called Remember Shtickti, because that's what it's about these days.
Their shtick? Slow, meditative beginnings...the introuduction of rhythm...fiery solos...finally, call and
response climaxes. Be that as it may, the guys that do this these days - McLaughlin and his South
Asian comrades - are all top-notch virtuosos, so even that sort of predictable music is wildly entertaining
(unless you really know and dig Hindustani music, which makes Remember Shakti sound like Indo-Enya
or Indo-Yanni). However, when you hear "Handful of Beauty" you will be hearing a work of true genius.
Every cut is amazing. There is an epic, forlorn quality to this music that's very much missing from their
modern stuff. John McLaughlin's playing (my opinion, obviously) reached its absolute peak in this time
period. The guitar he cradles on the cover was like an extension of his brain. He's obviously well-versed
in Indian aesthetics and technique, as he never descends into "exotic-sounding" playing, i.e. dipping into
chromatic and harmonic minor scales, a la Roger McGuinn, Yngwie Malmsteen, or even Jimmy Page.
Some of his most virtuoistic, soulful and sincere playing is to be found on this recording. While perhaps
not on par with that of the greatest Indian musicians in an Indian context, it is still exceptional. Then again,
he's not *trying* to be an Indian musician, but rather, apply his knowledge of Indian music and filtering it
through his years of jazz, rock and fusion experience. No duh, right? Anyway, this is a true gem of an album.
It surpasses their debut and subsequent album as well. As wicked as songs like "Joy" and "What Need
Have I for This? What Need Have I for That? I Am Standing at the Feet of My Lord...All is Bliss...
All is Bliss" are, the muddy production and thin-sounding instruments of the first album seriously detract
from the album's overall quality. The third album ("Natural Elements") is good, but the songs are shorter
and some are a little hokey too. They never quite reach the heights they seek, though one song on
"Natural..." does feature one of McLaughlin's coolest-ever funky strumming riffs, one that cleverly uses
both his normal six strings and the eleven drone strings. "Handful of Beauty" reaches into the stratosphere
and stays put for the duration. The quiet longing and classic McLaughlin harmonies in the last piece, a
violin/guitar duet, are an amazing finale. Did I mention violinist L Shankar? He's monstrous on this album.
So are Zakir Hussain and Vikku Vinyakaram, but they're not the focal points for this album, though it would
be incomplete without them.


  1. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 1. La Danse Du Bonheur

  2. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 2. Lady L

  3. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 3. India

  4. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 4. Kriti

  5. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 5. Isis

  6. Shakti - A Handful Of Beauty - 6. Two Sisters

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Source: Vinyl
Size: 108 Mb



Shakti - Shakti With John McLaughlin(live 1975)

Review by Richard S. Ginell
For his next act, the decibel champion of electric jazz shocked the world by unplugging and returning to South
Indian music before an excitable audience at South Hampton College. Yet the alert John McLaughlin follower will
note that beyond the reliance upon South Indian instruments and scales, there are unbroken links to records like
My Goal's Beyond and the high-speed electric music that McLaughlin was casting aside at the moment. McLaughlin
called his new quintet Shakti, which means "creative intelligence and beauty and power" and the music here has
all of that and something else, a ferocious streak inherited from the Mahavishnu days. McLaughlin ignites "Joy"
by playing at a blazing speed, his cohorts Lakshminarayana Shankar (violin), Ramnad V. Raghavan and T.H. Vinayakram
(mridangam), and Zakir Hussain (tabla) keeping up with the furious unison tempos with great dexterity and discipline,
while a reworking of "Lotus Feet" forms a meditative interlude. Side two is taken up by a single, lengthy raga-like
track in which McLaughlin combines his rapid-fire Western manner with note-bending techniques clearly emulating a sitar,
and the Indians get plenty of dueling room. In its way, this fire-eating acoustic music is just as energizing as the
most electrified Mahavishnu flights.


  1. Shakti - Shakti With John McLaughlin - 1. Joy

  2. Shakti - Shakti With John McLaughlin - 2. Lotus feet

  3. Shakti - Shakti With John McLaughlin - 3. What I need I have for this - What I need I have for that - I am dancing at the feet my Lord - All is bliss

Quali: 320 kBit/s
Source: Vinyl
Size: 131 Mb



E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007


  1. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 01. On Stage Intro

  2. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 02. 800 Streets By Feet/Mingle In The Mincing Machine

  3. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 03. The Gold Hearted Miner

  4. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 04. The Unstable Table & The Famous Fable

  5. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 05. Intro of the band

  6. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 06. The Rube Thing

  7. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 07. Hands Off

  8. E.S.T. - Live beim Salzburger Jazzherbst 2007 - 08. Dolores In A Shoestand

Length: 79:01 min
Quali: 320 KBit/s
Source: Radio
Size: 196 mb



Abraham Inc. feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness, Fred Wesley & SoCalled - Live at the Jazzfestival Saalfelden 2007

David Krakauer (cl)
Fred Wesley (tb)
SoCalled (sampler)
Brandon Wright (sax)
Freddie Hendrix (tp)
Allan Watsky (g)
Nicki Parrott (b)
Richie Barshay (dr)


  1. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track01

  2. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track02

  3. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track03

  4. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track04

  5. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track05

  6. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track06

  7. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track07

  8. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track08

  9. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track09

  10. Abraham Inc feat. David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness - Track10

Quality: 320
Size: 178 MB
Source: Bootleg



Saturday, January 17, 2009

The Slide Family - Live at Jazzfestival Saalfelden 2008

Mauro Ottolini - trombone, tuva, slide trumpet. loop machine
Gary Valente - trombone
Beppe Calamosca - trombone, accordion
Rudy Migliardi - trombone, euphonium, tuba
Massimo Zanotti - trombone, euphonium, bass trumpet
Simone Pederzoli - trombone
Marcello Rosa - trombone
Hannes Mock - trombone
Massimo Morganti - trombone
Tony Cattano - trombone
Peter Cazzanelli - bass trombone
Zeno De Rossi - drums, percussion
Cristian Calcagnile - drums, percussion


  1. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 00. Intro On Stage

  2. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 01. Mood Indigo

  3. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 02. Kid

  4. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 03. Hi Gary

  5. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 04. Led Zeppelin Suite

  6. Slide Family - Live in Saalfelden 2008 - 05. Don Drummond Suite

Source: Radio
Quality: 320/Wave




Verve Jazz Book

Rare German 10LP Cloth Bound Book Set.

20 Giant Artists From The Verve Catalog Are Represented By One Side Of Each Of The Ten LPs.

Features Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan,
Oscar Peterson, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Anita O'Day, Benny Goodman,
Gene Krupa, Johnny Hodges, Lester Young, Art Tatum, Bill Evans, Charlie Parker And Dizzy Gilespie.

Records And Book Are M-. Winner Grand Prix Du Disque De Jazz Montreux.

Side 01:
Ella Fitzgerald -Verve Jazz Book S01 - 01. Imagine my frustration
Ella Fitzgerald -Verve Jazz Book S01 - 02. Into each life some rain must fall
Ella Fitzgerald -Verve Jazz Book S01 - 03. April in Paris
Ella Fitzgerald -Verve Jazz Book S01 - 04. Oh, Lady be good
Ella Fitzgerald -Verve Jazz Book S01 - 05. Every day I have the blues

Side 02:
Louis Armstrong - Verve Jazz Book S02 - 01. A woman is a somethinh thing
Louis Armstrong - Verve Jazz Book S02 - 02. Let's do it
Louis Armstrong - Verve Jazz Book S02 - 03. Willow weep for me
Louis Armstrong - Verve Jazz Book S02 - 04. Blues in the night

Side 03:
Jimmy Smith - Verve Jazz Book S03 - 01. Walk on the wild side
Jimmy Smith - Verve Jazz Book S03 - 02. Basin Street Blues
Jimmy Smith - Verve Jazz Book S03 - 03. Need Mo'
Jimmy Smith - Verve Jazz Book S03 - 04. St. Luis Blues

Side 04:
Wes Montgomery - Verve Jazz Book S04 - 01. Tear it down
Wes Montgomery - Verve Jazz Book S04 - 02. Boss city
Wes Montgomery - Verve Jazz Book S04 - 03. Golden earrings
Wes Montgomery - Verve Jazz Book S04 - 04. Chim chim cheree
Wes Montgomery - Verve Jazz Book S04 - 05. The thumb

Side 05:
Sten Getz - Verve Jazz Book S05 - 01. Walk on by
Sten Getz - Verve Jazz Book S05 - 02. Balanco non samba
Sten Getz - Verve Jazz Book S05 - 03. Blues in the closet
Sten Getz - Verve Jazz Book S05 - 04. Wives and lovers
Sten Getz - Verve Jazz Book S05 - 05. Chega de saudade

Side 06:
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 01. Line for lions
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 02. I'm getting sentimental over
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 03. Pretty little gypsy
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 04. Bridgehamton Strut
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 05. Anything goes
Gerry Mulligan - Verve Jazz Book S06 - 06. Utter chaos

Side 07:
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Book S07 - 01. Blues for Basie
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Book S07 - 02. Liza
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Book S07 - 03. Bess, oh where's my Bess
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Book S07 - 04. Nice work if you can get it
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Book S07 - 05. Blues for a big Scotia

Side 08:
Lionel Hampton - Verve Jazz Book S08 - 01. Airmail special
Lionel Hampton - Verve Jazz Book S08 - 02. Stardust

Side 09:
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 01. Dee Dee
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 02. Lullabye for Jolie
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 03. Boody rumble
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 04. Can't buy me love
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 05. The long night
Count Basie - Verve Jazz Book S09 - 06. Basie land

Side 10:
Duke Ellington - Verve Jazz Book S10 - 01. Skin deep
Duke Ellington - Verve Jazz Book S10 - 02. Weary blues

Side 11:
Billy Holiday - Verve Jazz Book S11 - 01. A fine romance
Billy Holiday - Verve Jazz Book S11 - 02. Gone with the wind
Billy Holiday - Verve Jazz Book S11 - 03. I get a kick out of you
Billy Holiday - Verve Jazz Book S11 - 04. Isn't it a lovely day
Billy Holiday - Verve Jazz Book S11 - 05. Remember

Side 12:
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 01. Take the A-Train
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 02. Don't be that way
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 03. Mack the knife
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 04. Boogie blues
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 05. A blues serenade
Anita O'Day - Verve Jazz Book S12 - 06. That's your red wagon

Side 13:
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 01. Madhouse
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 02. Three little words
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 03. Tea for two
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 04. Limehouse blues
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 05. Some of these days
Benny Goodman - Verve Jazz Book S13 - 06. I know what you know

Side 14:
Gene Krupa - Verve Jazz Book S14 - 01. Drum boogie
Gene Krupa - Verve Jazz Book S14 - 02. Big noise from Winnetka
Gene Krupa - Verve Jazz Book S14 - 03. Fish market
Gene Krupa - Verve Jazz Book S14 - 04. Wire brush stomp
Gene Krupa - Verve Jazz Book S14 - 05. Leave us leap

Side 15:
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 01. Don't get around much
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 02. Gal from Joe's
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 03. Jeep's blues
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 04. I've got it bad and that ain't good
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 05. I'm just a lucky so and so
Johnny Hodges - Verve Jazz Book S15 - 06. Juice a plenty

Side 16:
Lester Young - Verve Jazz Book S16 - 01. One o'clock jump
Lester Young - Verve Jazz Book S16 - 02. Indiana
Lester Young - Verve Jazz Book S16 - 03. Tenderly
Lester Young - Verve Jazz Book S16 - 04. Jumping at the woodside
Lester Young - Verve Jazz Book S16 - 05. Oh, lady be good

Side 17:
Art Tatum - Verve Jazz Book S17 - 01. The moon is low
Art Tatum - Verve Jazz Book S17 - 02. This can't be love
Art Tatum - Verve Jazz Book S17 - 03. Begin the beguine
Art Tatum - Verve Jazz Book S17 - 04. Blues in C
Art Tatum - Verve Jazz Book S17 - 05. Undecided

Side 18:
Bill Evans - Verve Jazz Book S18 - 01. Here's that rainy day
Bill Evans - Verve Jazz Book S18 - 02. A time for love
Bill Evans - Verve Jazz Book S18 - 03. Midnight mood
Bill Evans - Verve Jazz Book S18 - 04. On a clear day

Side 19:
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 01. I get a kick out of you
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 02. Just one of those things
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 03. My heart belongs to daddy
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 04. I've got you under my skin
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 05. Love for sale
Charlie Parker - Verve Jazz Book S19 - 06. I love Paris

Side 20:
Dizzy Gillespie - Verve Jazz Book S20 - 01. Night in Tunesia
Dizzy Gillespie - Verve Jazz Book S20 - 02. Wrapo your trobles in dreams
Dizzy Gillespie - Verve Jazz Book S20 - 03. That's all
Dizzy Gillespie - Verve Jazz Book S20 - 04. Swing low, sweet cadillac

Quality: 320 kBits
Source: Vinyl

Size: about 40 MB/Side 




John Scofield - Blue Matter(1986)

Original Release Date: September 1986


  1. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 1. Blue Matter

  2. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 2. Trim

  3. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 3. Heaven Hill

  4. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 4. So You Say

  5. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 5. Now She's Blonde

  6. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 6. Make Me

  7. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 7. The Nag

  8. John Scofield - Blue Matter - 8. Time Marches On

Quality: 320
Source: Vinyl
Size: 102 MB



Charles Mingus - Me Myself An Eye(1979)


  1. Charles Mingus - Me Myself An Eye - 1. Three Worlds Of Drums

  2. Charles Mingus - Me Myself An Eye - 2. Devil Woman

  3. Charles Mingus - Me Myself An Eye - 3. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting

  4. Charles Mingus - Me Myself An Eye - 4. Carolyn Kiki Mingus

Quality: 320
Source: Vinyl
Size: 135 MB




Erina Koyama - Vividrop (2007)

小山絵里奈 - Vividrop


  1. 驟雨

  2. 此花咲耶姫

  3. ハ→ト

  4. ピエロ




  8. 空中遊園

  9. 花唄

  10. you&

  11. 音里

  12. 梔子

  13. 夕焼け

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/184968102/erimvdrop.rar


Friday, January 16, 2009

Reynols - Minecxio

Lado Repuliom:
5-Alclonse surido

Lado Susalia moros:
6-Ojos fermo

Quality: 128 kbps
Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/73887196/Reynols-Minecxio.zip

Sump Pumps - Revenge Of the Sump Pumps (2008)

01. Space camp
02. Stimuli giver
03. The mechanical
04. Pon farr
05. Famous last words
06. Underwater
07. State of the art
08. Shortest fuse
09. Continuity
10. Project celebrity

Quality: 203 kbps
Download: http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=CIKOU9VU

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Rosario Blefari - Misterio Relámpago (2006)

01. Accidente
02. Paranormal
03. Debilidad
04. Cuaderno
05. Lobo
06. Tuya
07. Desubicado
08. Por que
09. Revés
10. Condición
11. Contraseña
12. La luz del amor
13. De una vez

Quality: 128 kbps
Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/183698470/rblefarimisrem.zip.html

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Pauline Oliveros & Reynols - The Minexio Connection (2003)

Recorded live at the Rosendale café, Rosendale, NY, on 18 August 2000.
Mastered at Valuba Mafiforo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2002.
Cover painting by Moncho Conlazo.

Pauline Oliveros: accordian, voice & deep listening.
Ione: recitative voice & lirics.
Miguel Tomasín: inaudible presence.
Moncho Conlazo: didjeridoo, marmanio, percusion & voice.
Anla Courtis: electric guitar, rovelia, mouth harp & voice.
Pacu Conlazo: cow's nails, mouth harp, percussion & voice.

Side one:
The Invisible Flag Points to The Sun
Six for New Time

Side two:
Cathedral Juice
Cosmother fell Asleep Inside A Galaxy-Cake

Quality: 192 kbps
Download: http://www.badongo.com/file/12845221

Reynols - Eral Mogal Lila Romántico Pirata vol. 1

1. Live at Detroit 2000
2. Live at NYC 2001
3. Orr camirras
4. Sator rotas
5. Moros ostros
6. Afritando lantúa
7. Lor nindio pepelachos

Quality: 192 kbps
Download: http://www.badongo.com/file/12844742

Urszula Dudziak - Urszula (1975)


  1. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Papaya

  2. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Mosquita

  3. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Mosquito Dream

  4. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Mosquito Bite

  5. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Just The Way You Are

  6. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Sno King

  7. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Butterfly

  8. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Zavinul

  9. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Funk Rings

  10. Urszula Dudziak - Urszula - Call Me Monday

Quality: Wave
Source: Vinyl
Size: 412 MB




Al Di Meola - Consequence of Chaos(2006)


  1. Al DiMeola - guitar

  2. Gumbi Ortiz - percussion

  3. Ernie Adams - drums, percussion

  4. Mario Parmisano - keyboards

  5. Kornel Horvath - udo drum, shaker

  6. Victor Miranda - bass guitar


  1. Steve Gadd - drums

  2. Chick Corea - acc. piano

  3. John Patitucci - el. acc. bass

  4. Barry Miles - piano, keyb., marimba


  1. San Marco (Moderna)

  2. Turquoise

  3. Odyssey

  4. Tao

  5. Azucar

  6. Sanctuary

  7. Hypnose

  8. Red Moon

  9. Cry For You

  10. Just Three Words

  11. Tempest

  12. Storm Off-Shore

  13. Black Pearls

  14. Africana Suite1

  15. San Marco (Vecchio1)

Quality: 320 kbps cbr
Size: 152 mb



Tuesday, January 13, 2009

aus - Lang (2006)


  1. Clocks

  2. Halo

  3. Double Talk

  4. New Look

  5. Beyond The Curve

  6. Opaque

  7. Aslope

  8. Headphone Girl

  9. Moraine

  10. Stargazing

Quality: 224 kbps vbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/182824096/auslang.rar


Thursday, January 8, 2009

Sawako - Hum (2005)


  1. Pink Liquid Cotton Candy

  2. Patchworked Blanket

  3. Rush

  4. Incense Of Voice

  5. Way Home From School

  6. White Sky Winter Chicada

  7. Cloud No Crowd

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/181102091/sawahum.rar


Built To Spill - Keep It Like A Secret (1999)


  1. The Plan

  2. Center Of The Universe

  3. Carry The Zero

  4. Sidewalk

  5. Bad Light

  6. Time Trap

  7. Else

  8. You Were Right

  9. Broken Chairs

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/172253889/spillsecret.rar


Monday, January 5, 2009

Mori Chieko - Jumping Rabbit (2005)


  1. Fly Away

  2. Jumping Rabbit

  3. Moon Park

  4. Midnight Forest

  5. Quiet Church

  6. Paper Airplane

  7. Charm Music Box

  8. Red+Balloon

  9. Dreams

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/179996939/morirabbit.rar


Don Cherry / Krzysztof Penderecki - Actions (2001)


  1. Hums - The Life Exploring Force

  2. Sita Rama Encores

  3. Actions For Free Jazz Orchestra

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/172226106/penderactions.rar


Sunday, January 4, 2009

Sawako - Madoromi (2007)


  1. August Neige

  2. It's Not On Purpose

  3. Uta Tane

  4. Passepass

  5. Appled Soapbox

  6. Kira Kira

  7. Purple Sky Coming

  8. Far Away

  9. Tiny Tiny

Quality: 320 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/176993282/sawamado.tar.gz


Prefuse 73 - Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives (2001)


  1. Radio Attack

  2. Nuno

  3. Life Death

  4. Smile In Your Face

  5. Point To B

  6. Five Minutes Away

  7. Living Life

  8. Eve Of Dextruction

  9. Last Night

  10. Cliché Intro

  11. Back In Time

  12. Hot Winter's Day

  13. Black List

  14. Untitled

  15. Afternoon Love In

  16. 7th Message

Quality: 192 kbps cbr

Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/174659465/prefusestdies.tar.gz