diciembre 26, 2015

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BONEY M - Ultimate 2.0




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FRANKIE AVALON - You Are Mine (1962)



Playlist files:

01. Frankie Avalon - You Are Mine (3:08)
02. Frankie Avalon - I'll Buy That Dream (2:45)
03. Frankie Avalon - I Care For You (3:32)
04. Frankie Avalon - I'll Never Stop Loving You (3:04)
05. Frankie Avalon - With You With Me (2:48)
06. Frankie Avalon - Sunday, Monday or Always (3:01)
07. Frankie Avalon - Honestly I Care (3:05)
08. Frankie Avalon - If You Were The Only Girl in The World (4:15)
09. Frankie Avalon - Yes I'm in Love (2:26)
10. Frankie Avalon - If I Had You (3:03)
11. Frankie Avalon - The More I See You (3:29)
12. Frankie Avalon - I'll See You in My Dreams (2:55)


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PETER ALEXANDER - Verliebte Jahre




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JIMMY ROGERS - The Complete Chess Recordings




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MELANIE - Born To Be - Affectionately Melanie (1968 - 1969)




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AIMABLE - Les Increvables




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ERIC CLAPTON - There's One In Every Crowd (1975)




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SHIRLEY BASSEY - Greatest Hits




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100 X WOMAN - Varias artistas (5 CDs)


Playlist files:

CD1:

01 - Amy Winehouse - Valerie (3:53)
02 - Krystl - Golden Days (2:53)
03 - Anouk - Three Days In a Row (4:15)
04 - Jennifer Lopez - On The Floor (3:52)
05 - Sia – Clap Your Hands (3:58)
06 - Brandy Feat. Monica – The Boy is Mine (4:01)
07 - Caillat, Colbie – Bubbly (3:18)
08 - Bailey Rae, Corinne – Put Your Records On (3:36)
09 - Clarkson, Kelly – Because of You (3:40)
10 - Cole, Cheryl – Fight for This Love (3:44)
11 - Furtado, Nelly – All Good Things (Come To An End) (4:24)
12 - Nena & Wilde, Kim – Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime (3:44)
13 - All Saints – Pure Shores (4:28)
14 - Imbruglia, Natalie – Torn (4:07)
15 - Room Eleven – Hey Hey Hey! (3:29)
16 - Kelis – Milkshake (3:07)
17 - Blige, Mary J. – Family Affair (4:02)
18 - Texas – Say What You Want (3:52)
19 - Estelle – American Boy (4:05)
20 - Bedingfield, Natasha – These Words (3:35)

CD2:

01 - Jessie J – Price Tag (3:10)
02 - Ditto, Beth – I Wrote the Book (3:26)
03 - Emerald, Caro – Riviera Life (3:29)
04 - Rihanna – Only Girl (In the World) (3:57)
05 - Macdonald, Amy – This is the Life (3:06)
06 - Silvas, Lucie – Nothing Else Matters (4:35)
07 - Kesha – Tik Tok (3:21)
08 - Krezip – Sweet Goodbyes (3:12)
09 - Pussycat Dolls, The – Don’t Cha (4:34)
10 - Sparks, Jordin – Battlefield (4:02)
11 - Duffy – Mercy (3:42)
12 - Sky, Nina – Move Ya Body (3:52)
13 - Marlin, Lene – Sitting Down Here (3:53)
14 - Gray, Macy Feat. Cole, Natalie – Finally Made Me Happy (4:04)
15 - Carlton, Vanessa – A Thousand Miles (3:57)
16 - Ellis-Bextor, Sophie – Murder On the Dancefloor (3:49)
17 - Titiyo – Come Along (3:43)
18 - Milian, Christina – When You Look at Me (3:45)
19 - Stereo – Still Here (3:52)
20 - Winslet, Kate – What If (4:02)

CD3:

01 - Perry, Kate Feat. Snoop Dogg – California Gurls (3:55)
02 - Lady Gaga – Alejandro (4:01)
03 - Allen, Lily – Fuck You (3:42)
04 - Starke, Sabrina – Do for Love (3:32)
05 - Lumidee – Never Leave You – Uh Ooh, Uh Ooh! (3:06)
06 - Scherzinger, Nicole – Don’t Hold Your Breath (3:19)
07 - Doolittle, Eliza – Pack Up (3:10)
08 - Bareilles, Sara – Love Song (3:55)
09 - Alphabeat – The Spell (3:39)
10 - Anastacia – I’M Outta Love (4:04)
11 - Atomic Kitten – Whole Again (3:06)
12 - Midler, Bette – To Deserve You (3:24)
13 - Buena, Mutya – Real Girl (3:30)
14 - Connor, Sarah – From Sarah With Love (4:15)
15 - Orrico, Stacie – Stuck (3:44)
16 - Emilia – Big Big World (3:24)
17 - Cimi, Gabriella – Sweet About Me (3:24)
18 - Nikki – Hello World (3:59)
19 - Mya – Case of the Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do) (3:53)
20 - Twain, Shania – You’re Still the One (3:16)

CD4:

01 - Jansen, Laura – Use Somebody (3:27)
02 - Lois, Lisa – Hallelujah (3:47)
03 - Cascada – San Francisco (3:48)
04 - Lott, Pixie – Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh) (3:19)
05 - Dixon, Alesha – The Boy Does Nothing (3:30)
06 - Shary-An – Mr. Know It All (3:31)
07 - Jamelia – Superstar (3:35)
08 - Aguilera, Christina – Beautiful (4:00)
09 - Sugababes – Stronger (4:03)
10 - Eve Feat. Stefani, Gwen – Let Me Blow Your Mind (3:52)
11 - Meja – All ’bout the Money (2:55)
12 - Gabrielle – Out of Reach (3:17)
13 - Dewall, Elske – Away From You (4:13)
14 - Ama, Shola – You Might Need Somebody (4:53)
15 - Braxtons, The – The Boss (4:17)
16 - Ashanti – Happy (4:23)
17 - Giovanca – Drop It (4:01)
18 - Ryan, Kate – Desenchantee (3:41)
19 - Brooks, Meredith – Bitch (3:59)
20 - Cher – Love and Understanding (4:41)

CD5:

01 - Pink – Raise Your Close (3:25)
02 - Jacqueline – Overrated (3:44)
03 - Do – Hij Gelooft In Mij (4:24)
04 - Denters, Esmee – Outta Here (3:23)
05 - Mena, Maria – All This Time (Pick-Me-Up-Song) (3:12)
06 - Jojo – Leave (Get Out) (4:01)
07 - Lavigne. Avril – Complicated (4:06)
08 - Houston, Whitney – My Love is Your Love (4:05)
09 - Sia – Breathe Me (4:33)
10 - Crow, Sheryl – Soak up the Sun (4:53)
11 - Spears, Britney – Hold It Against Me (3:51)
12 - Kelis – Acapella (4:10)
13 - B-Yentl – No One But You (2:37)
14 - Krezip – I Would Stay (3:51)
15 - Beck, Robin – First Time (3:19)
16 - T.A.T.U. – All the Things She Said (3:34)
17 - Braxton, Toni – Un-Break My Heart (4:30)
18 - Eternal – Angel of Mine (3:39)
19 - Fiona, Melanie – It Kills Me (4:11)
20 - En Vogue – Don’t Let Go (Love) (4:04)




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diciembre 24, 2015

CAROLE KING - A natural women The Ode collection 1968 - 1976





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THE BEATLES - Лосьящается (Dedicado a..) - Varios artistas




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WENDY CARLOS - Tales Of Heaven And Hell




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IVA ZANICCHI - Confessioni (1976)




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JOHNNY TILLOTSON - Sings-Here I Am (1965)




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ENRIQUE GUZMAN - Lo esencial de.. (3 CDs)



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RITA COOLIDGE - Nice Feelin'


Playlist files:

01. Rita Coolidge - Family of Soul (3:06)
02. Rita Coolidge - You Touched Me in the Morning (3:24)
03. Rita Coolidge - If You Were Mine (3:42)
04. Rita Coolidge - Nice Feelin' (5:27)
05. Rita Coolidge - Only You Know and I Know (3:36)
06. Rita Coolidge - I'll Be There (4:25)
07. Rita Coolidge - Better Days (3:08)
08. Rita Coolidge - Lay My Burden Down (4:01)
09. Rita Coolidge - Most Likely You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine) (4:13)
10. Rita Coolidge - Journey Through the Past (3:29)


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DEE DEE SHARP - The Best Of




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MARI TRINI - Escucha lo mejor de mi




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BILLY VAUGHN - 12 Golden Hits From Latin America (1963)



Playlist files:

01. Billy Vaughn - PERDONAME MI VIDA (2:23)
02. Billy Vaughn - NOCHE DE RONDA (2:11)
03. Billy Vaughn - CORAZON DE MELON (2:09)
04. Billy Vaughn - ADIO, MARIQUITA LINDA (2:05)
05. Billy Vaughn - SABOR A MI (2:20)
06. Billy Vaughn - CONTIGO (2:09)
07. Billy Vaughn - INCERTIDUUMBRE (2:09)
08. Billy Vaughn - ACERCATE MAS (1:57)
09. Billy Vaughn - MAMBO JAMBO (1:58)
10. Billy Vaughn - QUIEN SERA (2:30)
11. Billy Vaughn - EL DIA (1:58)
12. Billy Vaughn - EL CUMBANCHERO (2:16)


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FEMMES DE PARIS Vol. 3 - Varias artistas




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THE CLEBANOFF STRINGS & PERCUSSION - Exciting Sounds




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ARMANDO MANZANERO - A mi amor con amor




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diciembre 23, 2015

The Complete MOTOWN SINGLES Volume 5 - 1965 (FLAC)


1965, the latest volume in the acclaimed continuing series of every Motown single (A- and B- side) of the Detroit era.  With 166 songs on six compact discs, the box set chronicles the arrival of “The Motown Sound” into the mainstream.  Vol. 5 features no. 1 hits from The Supremes’ “Back In My Arms Again” (their fifth chart-topper in a row) to the Four Tops’ “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch),” from Jr. Walker & The All Stars’ breakthrough no. 1 hit “Shotgun” to Marvin Gaye’s “I’ll Be Doggone,” a revived Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” to nearly no. 1’s from The Miracles’ “Going To A Go-Go,” “Ooo Baby Baby” and many more.

There’s also the emergence of young Tammi Terrell, the uptown soul of Brenda Holloway and Kim Weston, the pop crossover experiments with Tony Martin and Barbara McNair, plus rare singles from Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers, the Freeman Brothers, the Lewis Sisters, the Headliners, Chris Clark, the Downbeats and the holy grail of Motown collecting, Frank Wilson’s “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do).” As with previous volumes, also included for several tracks are alternate promotional mixes, different from the commercially available vinyl singles.

This was the year that Berry Gordy realized one of his dreams for Motown: to break down racial barriers. The Supremes, with their many No. 1 Pop hits, were the vehicle;  they headlined at New York’s prestigious Copacabana;  appeared on the cover of Time magazine; were regulars on popular national television shows all year. The social atmosphere is reflected in both introductory essays, found in the box set’s 148-page booklet.  Al Abrams, who was Motown Records’ first employee and was then the company’s publicity director, spins an honest tale of his PR struggles as well as the fun in the midst of changing times. Author Herb Boyd, winner of the American Book Award, presents a socio-political view, weaving his experiences with Malcolm X, the Voting Rights Act and personal reflection with reporting on Motown’s emerging business.

As with previous volumes, The Complete Motown Singles, Volume 5: 1965 is a limited-edition set. Several of the songs contained on it are unavailable anywhere else; many had never been re-released on vinyl, let alone on compact disc. When the edition is sold out, it’s gone for good, so act now.

The Complete MOTOWN SINGLES Volume 4 - 1964 (FLAC)


We're happy to present the next volume in the acclaimed continuing series of every Motown single (A- and B- side) of the Detroit era. The Complete Motown Singles, Volume 4: 1964, with 163 songs on six compact discs, focuses on the year the company becomes an international phenomenon. Even as the Motown machine began to click founder Berry Gordy continued to hedge his bets: listen for odd novelties like the seasonal “Randy, The Newspaper Boy” by Ray Oddis, and “Set Me Free” by radio personality Lee Alan. Motown kept active its country label, Mel-O-Dy, from Gene Henslee’s weeper “Shambles” to Howard Crockett’s passable Johnny Cash impersonation on “My Lil’s Run Off.” There’s even Bruce Channel, hot from his smash pop hit, “Hey! Baby,” trying out a Snakepit groove on his R&B-country update of “Satisfied Mind.” Marvin Gaye is given a long leash to test his jazz sensibilities. Sammy Ward has a last shot at the blues.
 
Every detail is here, in a package keeping with the series that also boasts an expanded 132-page booklet. The Supremes’ first of three No. 1 hits that year, “Where Did Our Love Go” b/w “He Means The World To Me,” is the true vinyl single in the box set’s cover page. Inside, page after page features rare photographs. There are faithful reproductions of classic (and some not so classic) picture sleeves and record labels, some seen for the first time since they were first released.

Janie Bradford, a Motown songwriter who was the company’s front desk receptionist that year, wrote an introductory essay for The Complete Motown Singles, Volume 4. Her observations from behind that desk are poetic and often funny; she offers an insider’s look at Motown climbing on a rocketship. Dr. Todd Boyd, a Detroit native and today the Katherine and Frank Price Endowed Chair for the Study of Race and Popular Culture at the USC School of Cinema-Television, is the author of this year’s overview; he places Motown and the music in a broiling historical context that includes Cassius Clay (Muhammed Ali), the aftermath of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Malcolm X, Freedom Summer, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thanks to associate producer Keith Hughes and author Bill Dahl, each track gets a story, with the usual songwriters and producers, now with recording dates where available, and extraordinary research that has uncovered long-lost – or never before revealed – insights about the music and the people who made it.

The Complete MOTOWN SINGLES Volume 3 - 1963 (FLAC)




By 1963, Berry Gordy and company were fine-tuning Motown’s sound. Jumping on the charts were Martha & The Vandellas, with “Come And Get These Memories” and “Heat Wave,” signalling the emergence of the writing/production team Holland-Dozier-Holland. “Little” Stevie Wonder was No.1 with the record-breaking “Fingertips (Part 2).” Mary Wells’ “You Lost The Sweetest Boy” and “What’s Easy For Two Is So Hard For One” turned out to be a double-sided hit. The Supremes (finally!) made their Top 40 chart debut.
 
All of these songs, and so many more, are included on this third volume of The Complete Motown Singles.

This five-CD set captures the hits and the misses during the label’s fifth year of existence. It features the A-side and B-side of every single released by Motown and its subsidiaries during the high-growth phase of Detroit’s entertainment juggernaut. Over the course of the set’s 119 tracks, you can hear The Chuck-A-Lucks and Jack Haney & “Nikiter” Armstrong with a couple of Cold War novelties, Martha & The Vandellas following one hit natural disaster (“Heat Wave”) with another (“Quicksand”), and an outstanding Holland-Dozier-Holland production (The Marvelettes’ “Locking Up My Heart”) that should have been a much bigger hit than it was. Leaving the fold were the Workshop Jazz, Divinity and Miracle labels; new to the company was the V.I.P. imprint.

The set is bound in a scaled-down 78-rpm-era “album,” with cardboard sleeves to hold each of the discs, and 92 pages of rare photos, detailed annotations and scholarly – as well as personal – liner notes. It also features a reproduction 45-rpm single from its era; in this case, it’s Martha & The Vandellas’ “(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave” b/w “A Love Like Yours (Don’t Come Knockin’ Every Day).” Martha Reeves contributes a personal essay to the set detailing the artist’s-eye-view of life in the label’s early years. Also included is an historical overview by author and scholar Craig Werner, and, as in previous volumes, copious track-by-track annotations painstakingly researched by noted authors and discographers Bill Dahl and Keith Hughes.