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Sonny Stitt and Paul Gonsalves - Salt and Pepper (1963/2011) High-Fidelity DSF Stereo DSD64/2.82MHz

Artist: Sonny Stitt and Paul Gonsalves
Title: Salt and Pepper
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Post Bop, Mainstream Jazz
Label: © Impulse! Records | Analogue Productions
Release Date: 1963/2011
Quality: DSF Stereo DSD64/2.82MHz
Source: ISO SACD
Duration: 35:42
Recorded: September 5, 1963 at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey


This record starts off with one of the underrated gems of the 1960s, an exciting matchup by tenors Sonny Stitt and Paul Gonsalves. This is very much a jam session set, with "Salt And Pepper" being a heated medium-tempo blues and the two competitive tenors stretching out on "S'posin'" and a lengthy "Perdido." Actually, the most memorable selection from the date is the one on which Stitt switches to alto, "Stardust." His beautiful playing behind Gonsalves' warm melody statement raises the session to the classic level. Highly recommended to bebop and straight-ahead jazz fans.
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Red Garland Quintet - All Mornin' Long (1957/2013) High-Fidelity DSF 2.0 Mono DSD64/2.82MHz

Artist: Red Garland Quintet
Title: All Mornin' Long
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop, Swing, Piano Jazz
Label: © Prestige Records | Analogue Productions
Release Date: 1957/2013
Quality: DSF 2.0 Mono DSD64/2.82MHz
Source: ISO SACD
Duration: 37:13
Recorded: November 15, 1957 at Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey


Some groups have existed only in the recording studio but have produced music of lasting value. This quintet, under pianist Red Garland's leadership, actually did play some gigs around New York in the fall of 1957, but even if it hadn't, the rapport in the studio would still have been powerful. Beginning with the association of Garland and sax master John Coltrane in the Miles Davis Quintet and continuing with Arthur Taylor's trio connection with Garland, and trumpeter Donald Byrd's having worked with all of them in one form or another, there was enough of a common spirit in the musical attitudes of all the participants. The title blues spans an entire side; the overleaf is shared by Gershwin's "They Can't Take That Away from Me" and Dameron's "Our Delight."
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Ray Charles - Live In Concert (1964/2012) High-Fidelity DSF Stereo DSD64/2.82MHz

Artist: Ray Charles
Title: Ray Charles Live In Concert
Genre: Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Soul
Label: © ABC-Paramount | Analogue Productions
Release Date: 1964/2012
Quality: DSF Stereo DSD64/2.82MHz
Source: ISO SACD
Duration: 41:03
Recorded: 1964 September 20, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California


In the half-century between his earliest recordings in the 1950s and his death in 2004, Ray Charles ascended to icon status by leaving his mark on virtually every form of American popular music that emerged in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowhere was this more evident than in his live performances, where one was likely to hear shades of blues, soul, R&B, jazz, gospel, country and more in a single evening - indeed, sometimes in a single song. To put it simply, the Right Reverend did it all.
All of these subtle shades and styles are evident on Ray Charles Live In Concert. Originally released by ABC-Paramount in early 1965, Live In Concert captured Ray at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in September 1964. "There could be no more uplifting live musical experience than digging Ray Charles and his mighty orchestra in their prime," says roots music historian Bill Dahl. Indeed, the 15-piece orchestra backing Ray on this date - assembled just a few years earlier in 1961 - boasted no less than a dozen horns, including formidable saxophonists David "Fathead" Newman, Hank Crawford and Leroy "Hog" Cooper, all of whom had been with Ray since his days as a leader of smaller combos.
A huge piece of the Ray Charles legacy is his mastery of any style he touched, and his ability to make it his own in a way that no other artist could - powers that can only come from an innate sense of adventure and spontaneity that are fully evident in Ray Charles Live In Concert.
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Rainer Bohm, Norbert Scholly - Juvenile (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Artist: Rainer Böhm, Norbert Scholly
Title: Juvenile
Genre: Jazz, Mainstream Jazz
Label: © Pirouet Records
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: highresaudio.com
Duration: 49:20
Recorded: May 27/28, 2014


There is a transparency in the creative encounter between guitarist Norbert Scholly and pianist Rainer Böhm that shines through Juvenile, their Pirouet Records debut. Sophisticated and exciting, the music flows with a clarity, and natural spontaneity. Scholly and Böhm play jazz that scintillates with alluring melodies, brilliant harmonies, and a rhythmic concept that is in-the-pocket and in between the cracks - compositions that have the feel of the finest chamber music.
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Quatuor Modigliani - Debussy, Saint-Saens, Ravel (2013) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/44.1kHz


Сomposer: Claude Debussy (1862-1918), Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921), Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Artist: Quatuor Modigliani
Title: Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Ravel
Genre: Classical
Label: © Mirare
Release Date: 2013
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 44,1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz
Duration: 01:24:42
Enregistrement réalisé au dortoir des moines à l‘abbaye de l‘Épau en avril et septembre 2012


On the occasion of their tenth anniversary, the String Quartet Modigliani chose to record pieces by French composers. At the dawn of the twentieth century, Paris, more than any other city, experienced the metamorphosis of the arts into modern times. The vibrations of colours and light on the canvases of Monet, Seurat and their contemporaries were transmuted into sounds in the output of Debussy, whose Quartet opened the way to a new aesthetic. Ten years later Ravel was to crystallise its style, as if to follow Debussy’s conception through to its conclusion. Between these two jewels of the French repertoire, the First Quartet of Saint-Saëns is revealed as a tremendously appealing work, brimming with charm, humour, and elegance.
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Phoebe Snow - Phoebe Snow (1974/2013) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/176.24kHz

Artist: Phoebe Snow
Title: Phoebe Snow
Genre: Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Jazz Rock, Blues Rock, Singer/Songwriter
Label: © Capitol Records | Analogue Productions
Release Date: 1974/2013
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 176,4kHz/24bit
Source: acousticsounds.com
Duration: 00:36:23
Recorded: 1973, A&R Studio, N.Y.C.


Phoebe Snow died at the age of 60, but her art will live forever. Her debut album witnesses a masterful nine-track lineup. Most of the songs were written by a 23-year old Phoebe Snow, including her best-known smash hit "Poetry Man. Snow was renowned for her elastic contralto and jazz scat vocals; this album became as legendary as her career, which spanned decades.
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My Morning Jacket - 2015-02-03 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/48kHz

Artist: My Morning Jacket
Title: 2015-02-03 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX
Genre: Psychedelic rock, alternative rock, roots rock, indie rock, country rock, southern rock
Label: © My Morning Jacket
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 48kHz/24bit
Source: livedownloads.com
Duration: 02:19:03
Recorded: 2/3/15 Hard Rock Hotel, One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX


Starting in the late '90s and throughout the 2000s and 2010s, My Morning Jacket expanded on their rock and country roots, embracing everything from neo-psychedelia to funk, prog, and reggae in their sonic experimentation. By the time Evil Urges arrived in mid-2008, they had successfully molded themselves into Kentucky's answer to Wilco: a band rooted in alt-country and rock & roll, but given to sonic experimentation and unexpected genre changes at every turn.
My Morning Jacket's de facto leader is vocalist/guitarist Jim James (birth name: James Olliges; occasional pseudonym: Yim Yames), who founded the band in 1998 alongside his cousin Johnny Quaid (guitar), Tom Blankenship (bass), and J. Glenn (drums). Headquartered in James' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the group released its debut on Darla Records in 1999, with keyboardist Danny Cash joining the lineup one year later. Although The Tennessee Fire was only modestly popular in the U.S., it became a genuine hit overseas, particularly in the Netherlands. My Morning Jacket responded by launching a tour in Europe, where they were featured in a Dutch documentary film and received accolades from the Dutch music press. A Christmas EP was released in 2000, but it was My Morning Jacket's follow-up effort -- 2001's At Dawn -- that helped expand their audience at home. Jim James recorded his vocals in a grain silo, and the resulting reverb-heavy sound became a hallmark of the band's early work. After the album's stateside release, James' best friend from childhood, Patrick Hallahan, was recruited as the band's new drummer.
My Morning Jacket maintained a grueling schedule throughout the early 2000s, hitting the road with such acts as Guided by Voices, the Doves, and the Foo Fighters. They also made the jump to a major label (RCA/ATO Records) for the 2003 release of It Still Moves, one of their most praised albums yet. Quaid and Cash announced their departure in January 2004 (keyboardist Bo Koster and guitarist Carl Broemel joined in their place), and the group continued to tour as a unified five-piece. Produced by John Leckie, 2005's Z did away with the heavy reverb that blanketed the band's earlier efforts, while the addition of synthesizers and reggae textures introduced audiences to My Morning Jacket's experimental side. Tracks from Z also appeared on Okonokos, a live album released in 2006.
Arriving in June 2008, Evil Urges showcased James' expanding vocal range, his bandmates' fascination with Prince, and My Morning Jacket's eagerness to challenge the boundaries of alternative country-rock. After touring in support of the album, the bandmates spent several years pursuing their own projects, with Jim James joining the indie supergroup Monsters of Folk and Carl Broemel releasing a solo album. They reconvened for 2011's Circuital, recording the album in a local church's gymnasium and revisiting the quirky, eclectic sound that fueled their two previous albums. In the summer of 2013, My Morning Jacket hit the road as part of the Americanarama Festival of Music, a touring event in which they shared the bill with Bob Dylan and Wilco. In 2014, they booked time at Panoramic House Studios in Stinson Beach, California to begin work on a new album, aiming for a new spontaneity in their songwriting and embracing the mood of Northern California. The result, The Waterfall, was released in the spring of 2015. --Biography by Andrew Leahey
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My Morning Jacket - 2015-02-01 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/48kHz

Artist: My Morning Jacket
Title: 2015-02-01 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX
Genre: Psychedelic rock, alternative rock, roots rock, indie rock, country rock, southern rock
Label: © My Morning Jacket
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 48kHz/24bit
Source: livedownloads.com
Duration: 02:10:52
Recorded: 2/1/15 Hard Rock Hotel, One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX

Starting in the late '90s and throughout the 2000s and 2010s, My Morning Jacket expanded on their rock and country roots, embracing everything from neo-psychedelia to funk, prog, and reggae in their sonic experimentation. By the time Evil Urges arrived in mid-2008, they had successfully molded themselves into Kentucky's answer to Wilco: a band rooted in alt-country and rock & roll, but given to sonic experimentation and unexpected genre changes at every turn.
My Morning Jacket's de facto leader is vocalist/guitarist Jim James (birth name: James Olliges; occasional pseudonym: Yim Yames), who founded the band in 1998 alongside his cousin Johnny Quaid (guitar), Tom Blankenship (bass), and J. Glenn (drums). Headquartered in James' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the group released its debut on Darla Records in 1999, with keyboardist Danny Cash joining the lineup one year later. Although The Tennessee Fire was only modestly popular in the U.S., it became a genuine hit overseas, particularly in the Netherlands. My Morning Jacket responded by launching a tour in Europe, where they were featured in a Dutch documentary film and received accolades from the Dutch music press. A Christmas EP was released in 2000, but it was My Morning Jacket's follow-up effort -- 2001's At Dawn -- that helped expand their audience at home. Jim James recorded his vocals in a grain silo, and the resulting reverb-heavy sound became a hallmark of the band's early work. After the album's stateside release, James' best friend from childhood, Patrick Hallahan, was recruited as the band's new drummer.
My Morning Jacket maintained a grueling schedule throughout the early 2000s, hitting the road with such acts as Guided by Voices, the Doves, and the Foo Fighters. They also made the jump to a major label (RCA/ATO Records) for the 2003 release of It Still Moves, one of their most praised albums yet. Quaid and Cash announced their departure in January 2004 (keyboardist Bo Koster and guitarist Carl Broemel joined in their place), and the group continued to tour as a unified five-piece. Produced by John Leckie, 2005's Z did away with the heavy reverb that blanketed the band's earlier efforts, while the addition of synthesizers and reggae textures introduced audiences to My Morning Jacket's experimental side. Tracks from Z also appeared on Okonokos, a live album released in 2006.
Arriving in June 2008, Evil Urges showcased James' expanding vocal range, his bandmates' fascination with Prince, and My Morning Jacket's eagerness to challenge the boundaries of alternative country-rock. After touring in support of the album, the bandmates spent several years pursuing their own projects, with Jim James joining the indie supergroup Monsters of Folk and Carl Broemel releasing a solo album. They reconvened for 2011's Circuital, recording the album in a local church's gymnasium and revisiting the quirky, eclectic sound that fueled their two previous albums. In the summer of 2013, My Morning Jacket hit the road as part of the Americanarama Festival of Music, a touring event in which they shared the bill with Bob Dylan and Wilco. In 2014, they booked time at Panoramic House Studios in Stinson Beach, California to begin work on a new album, aiming for a new spontaneity in their songwriting and embracing the mood of Northern California. The result, The Waterfall, was released in the spring of 2015. --Biography by Andrew Leahey
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My Morning Jacket - 2015-01-31 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/48kHz


Artist: My Morning Jacket
Title: 2015-01-31 - One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX
Genre: Psychedelic rock, alternative rock, roots rock, indie rock, country rock, southern rock
Label: © My Morning Jacket
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 48kHz/24bit
Source: livedownloads.com
Duration: 02:17:24
Recorded: 1/31/15 Hard Rock Hotel, One Big Holiday, Riviera Maya, MX


Starting in the late '90s and throughout the 2000s and 2010s, My Morning Jacket expanded on their rock and country roots, embracing everything from neo-psychedelia to funk, prog, and reggae in their sonic experimentation. By the time Evil Urges arrived in mid-2008, they had successfully molded themselves into Kentucky's answer to Wilco: a band rooted in alt-country and rock & roll, but given to sonic experimentation and unexpected genre changes at every turn.
My Morning Jacket's de facto leader is vocalist/guitarist Jim James (birth name: James Olliges; occasional pseudonym: Yim Yames), who founded the band in 1998 alongside his cousin Johnny Quaid (guitar), Tom Blankenship (bass), and J. Glenn (drums). Headquartered in James' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the group released its debut on Darla Records in 1999, with keyboardist Danny Cash joining the lineup one year later. Although The Tennessee Fire was only modestly popular in the U.S., it became a genuine hit overseas, particularly in the Netherlands. My Morning Jacket responded by launching a tour in Europe, where they were featured in a Dutch documentary film and received accolades from the Dutch music press. A Christmas EP was released in 2000, but it was My Morning Jacket's follow-up effort -- 2001's At Dawn -- that helped expand their audience at home. Jim James recorded his vocals in a grain silo, and the resulting reverb-heavy sound became a hallmark of the band's early work. After the album's stateside release, James' best friend from childhood, Patrick Hallahan, was recruited as the band's new drummer.
My Morning Jacket maintained a grueling schedule throughout the early 2000s, hitting the road with such acts as Guided by Voices, the Doves, and the Foo Fighters. They also made the jump to a major label (RCA/ATO Records) for the 2003 release of It Still Moves, one of their most praised albums yet. Quaid and Cash announced their departure in January 2004 (keyboardist Bo Koster and guitarist Carl Broemel joined in their place), and the group continued to tour as a unified five-piece. Produced by John Leckie, 2005's Z did away with the heavy reverb that blanketed the band's earlier efforts, while the addition of synthesizers and reggae textures introduced audiences to My Morning Jacket's experimental side. Tracks from Z also appeared on Okonokos, a live album released in 2006.
Arriving in June 2008, Evil Urges showcased James' expanding vocal range, his bandmates' fascination with Prince, and My Morning Jacket's eagerness to challenge the boundaries of alternative country-rock. After touring in support of the album, the bandmates spent several years pursuing their own projects, with Jim James joining the indie supergroup Monsters of Folk and Carl Broemel releasing a solo album. They reconvened for 2011's Circuital, recording the album in a local church's gymnasium and revisiting the quirky, eclectic sound that fueled their two previous albums. In the summer of 2013, My Morning Jacket hit the road as part of the Americanarama Festival of Music, a touring event in which they shared the bill with Bob Dylan and Wilco. In 2014, they booked time at Panoramic House Studios in Stinson Beach, California to begin work on a new album, aiming for a new spontaneity in their songwriting and embracing the mood of Northern California. The result, The Waterfall, was released in the spring of 2015. --Biography by Andrew Leahey
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Mutiny - Mutiny On The Mamaship (1979/2014) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Artist: Mutiny
Title: Mutiny On The Mamaship
Genre: Funk, Soul, R&B
Label: © Columbia Records
Release Date: 1979/2014
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz
Duration: 00:34:58
Recorded: 1979 at Sound Ideas Studio, New York, and Criteria Studio, Miami, Florida. Mastered at CBS Recording Studios, New York on the CBS Discomputer™ System


Mutiny on the Mamaship is the debut record of Parliament-Funkadelic offshoots Mutiny. The album was originally released by Columbia Records in 1979, one year after Mutiny founder Jerome Brailey left P-Funk due to financial disputes. Though a controversial record in terms of Mutiny's heated relationship with George Clinton and the P-Funk empire, one cannot deny that this record is overflowing with funky grooves.
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