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The Siegel Schwall Band – …Where We Walked (1966-1970) [FLAC | MP3]

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The Siegel-Schwall Band - ...Where We Walked

Artist...............: The Siegel-Schwall Band
Album................: ...Where We Walked
Genre................: Blues Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1991
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: MusePack (MPC)
Version..............: MP+ v5
Quality..............: BrainDead, (avg. bitrate: 309kbps)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.0, ID3 v2.3

Ripped by............: jigjinkson on 6/7/2010
Posted by............: jigjinkson on 6/7/2010
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News Group(s)........: alt.binaries.sounds.mp3.metal.full.albums

Included.............: NFO
Covers...............: Front Back CD


1. (00:02:23) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Down in the Bottom
2. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - I Have Had All I Can Take
3. (00:03:44) The Siegel-Schwall Band - So Glad You're Mine
4. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Going to New York
5. (00:01:41) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Mama/Papa
6. (00:02:50) The Siegel-Schwall Band - I've Got to Go Now
7. (00:04:20) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Bring It With You When You Come
8. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Slow Blues in A
9. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - I Liked it Where We Walked
10. (00:07:04) The Siegel-Schwall Band - That's Why I Treat My Baby So Fine
11. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Think
12. (00:02:46) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Louise Louise Blues
13. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - I Don't Want You to Be My Baby
14. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Do You Remember
15. (00:08:40) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Walk in My Mind
16. (00:03:09) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Geronimo
17. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Tell Me
18. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - Angel Food Cake
19. (06:10:55) The Siegel-Schwall Band - A Sunshine Day in My Mind

Playing Time.........: 63:10:25
Total Size...........: 171.95 MB


Red Dead Redemption Original Soundtrack

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Composed by the critically acclaimed recording artists Bill Elm and Woody Jackson, the Red Dead Redemption Original Soundtrack is a lush and emotive score that captures the haunting sound of the dying American West and Mexico at the turn of the century.
Filled with sweeping strings, martial timpani, and piercing horns, this music was performed on authentic instruments of the period. Produced by David Holmes, the soundtrack album also features exclusive tracks from contemporary artists Jamie Lidell, Jose Gonzalez, Ashar Command and William Elliot Whitmore.

1. “(Theme From) Red Dead Redemption” 5:38
2. “Compass (Red Dead On Arrival Version)” (James Lidell) 2:59
3. “Already Dead” 1:31
4. “Redemption In Dub” 2:09
5. “Dead End Alley” 2:06
6. “Muertos Rojos (aka The Gunslinger’s Lament)” 5:50
7. “Triggernometry” 5:23
8. “Estancia” 2:02
9. “El Club De Los Cuerpos” 6:24
10. “Exodus In America” 4:59
11. “The Shootist” 4:17
12. “The Outlaw’s Return” 6:54
13. “Luz Y Sombra” 5:19
14. “Bury Me Not On The Lone Prarie” (William Elliot Whitmore) 2:24
15. “Born Unto Trouble” 3:12
16. “Far Away” (José González) 4:39
17. “Horseplay” 3:49
18. “Deadman’s Gun” (Ashtar Command) 4:15
19. “Gunplay” 1:28



Tommy Castro – Painkiller [FLAC | MP3]

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Date – January 30, 2007
Number of Discs – 1


Is Tommy Castro a soul man in a blues rocker’s body, or vice versa? He doesn’t seem to care–and neither should we, when the results of that dichotomy are as frisky and enjoyable as Painkiller. A better-than-average singer and guitarist, Castro has been hampered in the past by inconsistent material and the sense that he hadn’t quite come to grips with his love of the Stax and Chess catalogs. Bringing in other songwriters has vastly improved the material on this collection, with eight original tunes co-written by Castro and veteran tunesmiths such as Gary Nicholson, Stephen Bruton, Bonnie Hayes, and Jimmy Hall. Castro sounds loose and comfortable hammering into riff-rockers such as “Love Don’t Care” and Stones-styled material on the order of “I Roll When I Rock,” both augmented by a horn section that adds dollops of R&B to the proceedings. Coco Montoya duets and adds typically sizzling guitar on a rollicking cover of Albert Collins’s “A Good Fool Is Hard to Find,” and Angela Strehli ups the heat for a soul-drenched take on Freddie King’s “If You Believe (In What You Do).” Castro shifts into Tyrone Davis mode on “It’s That Time Again,” credited as an original but almost a rewrite of Davis’s signature “Can I Change My Mind.” The Al Green/Hi sound of “Lonesome and Then Some” brings out the best in Castro’s Delbert McClinton-inflected vocals, and burns when he tears into a taut lead-guitar line. Call him a soul-drenched blues rocker if you must, but on Painkiller Tommy Castro successfully finds the sweet spot between his various influences and balances them like the pro he is. –Hal Horowitz

Tommy Castro’s newest studio recording, produced by John Porter (whose impressive list of credits includes Los Lonely Boys, Taj Mahal, Keb Mo, Santana, B.B. King, Elvis Costello, and Buddy Guy), features another spirited dose of the patented brand of infectious rock ‘n’ soul music that has endeared the Tommy Castro Band to legions of fans. Tommy tears it up again with his stellar band, and welcomes guests Coco Montoya (on a smoking Albert Collins tune), vocalist Angela Strehli, pianist David Maxwell, and singer/pianist Teresa James.

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Mahavishnu Orchestra – Inner Mounting Flame

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Mahavishnu Orchestra – Inner Mounting Flame

Fusion jazz | MP3 | 106 MB | 46 minutes


1. Meeting of the Spirits (6:52)
2. Dawn (5:10)
3. Noonward Race (6:28)
4. A Lotus on Irish Streams (5:39)
5. Vital Transformation (6:16)
6. The Dance of Maya (7:17)
7. You Know, You Know (5:07)
8. Awakening (3:32)

Band Members:

– John McLaughlin / guitar
– Jerry Goodman / violin
– Jan Hammer / piano
– Rick Laird / bass
– Billy Cobham / drums

Reissued with sparkling audio and exclusive photographs, this first, 1971, Mahavishnu album certainly vies for the title of the greatest of all jazz-rock recordings. Through spiritually questing flights of intense fury and exquisite quiet, it never loses its sense of inexorable force. Jan Hammer (keyboards), Jerry Goodman (violin), and bassist Rick Laird are completely sympathetic with guitarist John McLaughlin’s vision as the music abandons the standard jazz format of successive solos in favor of rapid, heightening, braided, interactive contributions–a structure much drawn from Indian classical music. Astoundingly, the music retains discipline. For that, thank Billy Cobham: Through all the expressive, irregular meters, he remains a steady, resolved engine of percussion, vastly resourceful but ultimately reserved. McLaughlin’s alchemy distills many worlds of music­-the jazz-guitar masters, flamenco, blues, Indian forms, and his experience in the innovations of the seminal jazz-rock outfits of Miles Davis and Tony Williams. Of course, distortion, feedback, and arena-rock amplification were crucial, as was the influence of Sri Chinmoy, McLaughlin’s spiritual guide. “The Noonward Race,” “Vital Transformation,” and “The Dance of Maya” are music for the ages. — Peter Monaghan

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Jay Munly – Jimmy Carter Syndrome

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Artist – Jay Munly
Album – Jimmy Carter Syndrome
Format – MP3
Genre – Gothic Americana/Alternative Country

01. My Darling Sambo
02. Circle Round My Bedside
03. Cooney vs. Munly
04. Haggie Hennies Almost Dirty Dress
05. Censer From the Footlights
06. Spill the Wine
07. The Denver Boot
08. Weegee. the Univited. blues #2
09. Dar He Drone
10. Cattle, I Will Hang
11. Chant Down, Cap’n
12. The Fabulous History of the Churchill Falls Barrel Races

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You’re My Superstar by NEW PANTS

Music video for the song “You’re my superstar” by NEW PANTS. No idea what genre this is, never had heard of this band before, but like this! I guess they are Japanese pop.


The Holy Mountain – Enemies

I saw The Holy Mountain at the last show at a punk venue I enjoyed going to. I had never heard of them before that night, but afterwards and to this day, some 3 years later, I love their music and think that few bands can possibly match what they were doing in the same genre.

They are a hardcore/crust band from Florida with the rage of an entire nation on PCP.


1. Manufacturing Political Leverage
2. Will of the People, The
3.  Penned In
4. Historical Reassurance
5.  Rope or Bullet
6. Spilling Currency
7. Sovereign State, The
8. Re-Construction
9.  Wrath
10. America (live)
11. Slaves (live)


1. Manufacturing Political Leverage
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 2. Will of the People, The
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 3. Penned In
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 4. Historical Reassurance
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 5. Rope or Bullet
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 6. Spilling Currency
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 7. Sovereign State, The
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 8. Re-Construction
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 9. Wrath
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 10. America – (live, live)
Windows MediaRealAudio MediaMP3 Track Sample 11. Slaves – (live, live)