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Prosím o zpřístupnní tohoto auditka. Je založeno jako soukromé, což bohužel znemožňuje jeho běžné užívání všem zájemcům a tudíž nefunguje tak jak by mělo. Děkuji. Téma je jasné: Podělte se o jakékoliv znovuobjevené poklady, o kterých jste ani netušili, že je znáte. Zpěváky s nezapomenutelným hlasem, tvarovaným bary, ženami a chlastem. Staré kocoury, kteří se vám zaryjí pod kůži a už Vás nepustí. Linky, fota, videa, odborné články, perličky, výměny nahrávek...fantazii se meze nekladou. Na nástěnce základní přehled, který mi doufám pomůžete rozšířit.
Máte k tomu co říct? Vložte se do diskuze.
PREVIT --- 15:51:13 7.2.2013
Eric Burdon – ‘Til Your River Runs Dry (2013)

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01. Water 4:20
02. Memorial Day 4:39
03. Devil and Jesus 4:22
04. Wait 3:45
05. Old Habits Die Hard 4:00
06. Bo Diddley Special 5:29
07. In the Ground 4:10
08. 27 Forever 4:27
09. River Is Rising 5:59
10. Medicine Man 4:39
11. Invitation to the White House 5:55
12. Before You Accuse Me 3:13

320 kbps | 131 MB |
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FLAC:
http://uploaded.net/file/rwgdhfs8
PREVIT --- 11:59:57 6.6.2012
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – Diddy Wah Diddy EP [RSD Limited Edition] (2012)
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1. Diddy Wah Diddy
2. Who Do You Think You’re Fooling

1. Moonchild
2. Frying Pan

mp3 320 kbps | 66 MB
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Upon signing with A&M Records, Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band debuted loudly, recording two singles in 1966, cementing their image as Sunset Strip “blues fiends” and paving the way for what was to become one of the most original careers in rock history. The band’s cover of Bo Diddley’s “Diddy Wah Diddy” garnered significant regional attention & considerable radio play courtesy of the Captain’s unreal howl & Jerry Handley’s deep, thundering bass sound, while the driving delta tributes “Who Do You Think You’re Fooling” & “Frying Pan” sharply displayed the Captain’s early songwriting prowess. While the Magic Band’s musical course were soon to evolve in drastic & original ways, it’s these early sides that depict a developed blues foundation and a signature tightness that was threaded through all Magic Bands to come.

Sundazed now proudly presents these legendary recordings in double 7″ 45rpm gatefold edition, all sides cut from the original A&M mono masters.
SAMFLAGG --- 19:22:57 29.12.2009
PREVIT: mě se to stáhnulo v pohodě? jinak za další alba na megauploadu dík já mám jenom asi 2 náhrávky. Jsem zvědavý co tam bude, zrovna to stahuju :)
PREVIT --- 10:45:54 29.12.2009
Tady jsou ctyri alba Syl Johnsona, vcetne Diamond in the Rough:
http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=CKJ2IUU5

Ten Mediafire stahuje soubor nulove velikosti...
SAMFLAGG --- 1:17:12 29.12.2009
vidím že příspěvků je poskrovnu, tak něco přidám i já
tahle deska mě celkem dost baví:

Syl Johnson - Diamond in the Rough 1974

Syl Johnson (b. July 1, 1936) is an American blues and soul singer and music producer.

Born Sylvester Thompson in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Johnson sang and played with blues artists Magic Sam, Billy Boy Arnold, Junior Wells and Howlin’ Wolf in the 1950s, before recording with Jimmy Reed for Vee-Jay in 1959. He made his solo debut that same year with Federal, a subsidiary of King Records of Cincinnati, backed by Freddie King on guitar.

He then began recording for Twinight Records of Chicago in the mid 1960s. Beginning with his first hit, Come On Sock It to Me in 1967, Johnson dominated the label as both a hitmaker and producer. His song Different Strokes, also from 1967, featured recently on the Ultimate Breaks and Beats breakbeat compilation.

Like other black songwriters of the period, several of his records at this time explored themes of African-American identity and social problems in songs including Is It Because I’m Black, which reached Number 11 in the R&B charts in 1969.

In 1971, Willie Mitchell brought Johnson to Hi Records, for whom he recorded three albums and a number of singles. Produced in Memphis with the Hi house band, these yielded music of power and enduring value, including the hits We Did It, Back for a Taste of Your Love and Take Me to the River, his biggest success, reaching Number 7 on the R&B charts in 1975. However, at Hi Johnson was always to some extent in Al Green’s shadow commercially, if not artistically. http://www.last.fm/music/Syl+Johnson

http://www.mediafire.com/?cf1t0ncq6rw


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KOPRETKA --- 20:48:41 22.12.2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVSbgMMG3PY&NR=1

veselý vánoce..))
a to sem dávám příspěvky jenom já?