Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Black Pudding (2013)
Blues Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 44:17 min | 103 MB
Label: Heavenly | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2013-05-14
Mark Lanegan has teamed up with multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood to release Black Pudding.
Lanegan, never one to shy away from unique collaborations, has previously worked with Belle & Sebastian's Isobel Campbell, The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli and as a member of The Screaming Trees, Soulsavers and Queens of the Stone Age.
Lanegan and Garwood met a few years ago while playing on the same bill and Garwood was again a frequent opener on Lanegan's recent European tour.
VA - Schlager - Die Hits des Jahres (2012)
Release: 2012 | Quality: MP3 | Bitrate: VBR kbps | Time: 215:58 Min | Size: 395 Mb
Genre: Pop | Label: EMI Music
Abbey Lincoln - Through the Years (3 CDs box) (2009)
Release: 2009 | Track: 37 (3CD) | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 558 MB
Genre: Vocal Jazz | Label: Universal Music France, Verve
History Of The Eagles Part One And Two (2013) Mkv Dts Hd BD-Rip - (MW68)
MKV | H264 8719kbps | 1920 x 1080 23.98fps | AC3 384kbps | 3hr 8mn 2.74 GB
Genre: Music Video | Rock
4 Hours of Never Before Seen Material From The Past 40 Years History of the Eagles Part 1 dedicates two hours to the chronicling of the band�s creation and rise to fame in the 1970�s through its breakup in 1980. More than 25 new and exclusive interviews were conducted with all current band members � Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit � as well as former members Bernie Leadon, Randy Meisner and Don Felder. Also featured are new and exclusive interviews with Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Kenny Rogers, Irving Azoff and many other seminal artists and band contemporaries who have been closely involved with the Eagles� history.
The Very Best Of The Average White Band (1996) [FLAC]
17 Tracks | Release: 1996 | FLAC | 44.1 Khz | Joint-Stereo | 518 MB
Genre: Disco | Soul | Funk
Their self-effacing name to the contrary, Average White Band was anything but -- one of the few white groups to cross the color line and achieve success and credibility playing funk, with their tight, fiery sound also belying their Scottish heritage, evoking American R&B hotbeds like Detroit, Memphis, and Philadelphia instead. Singer/bassist Alan Gorrie, guitarists Hamish Stuart and Onnie McIntyre, tenor saxophonist Malcolm Duncan, keyboardist/saxophonist Roger Ball, and drummer Robbie McIntosh comprised the original Average White Band lineup. Veterans of numerous Scottish soul and jazz groups, they made their debut in 1973 as the opening act at Eric Clapton's Rainbow Theatre comeback gig, soon issuing their debut LP, Show Your Hand, to little notice. After adopting the abbreviated moniker AWB, a year later the band issued their self-titled sophomore effort, topping the American pop charts with the Arif Mardin-produced instrumental "Pick Up the Pieces." The record's mammoth success was nevertheless tempered by the September 23, 1974 death of McIntosh, who died at a Hollywood party after overdosing on heroin.