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Blue Cheer - BC #5 The Original Human Being (1970)  Music

Posted by v3122 at April 27, 2017
Blue Cheer - BC #5 The Original Human Being (1970)

Blue Cheer - BC #5 The Original Human Being (1970)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2017 | Universal Music Japan, UICY-78045 | ~ 306 or 108 Mb | Scans(png) -> 122 Mb
Hard Blues Rock / Psychedelic Rock

Even after cleaning up their act considerably on their self-titled fourth album, Blue Cheer sound positively slick (at least by their standards) on 1970's The Original Human Being…

Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)  Music

Posted by v3122 at April 21, 2017
Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)

Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2017 | Universal Music Japan, UICY-78042 | ~ 226 or 79 Mb | Scans(png) -> 241 Mb
Hard Blues Rock / Psychedelic Rock

Blue Cheer's debut album, Vincebus Eruptum, was widely and accurately described as "the loudest record ever made" when it first appeared in early 1968, and the band seemingly had the good sense to realize that for sheer brutal impact, there was little chance they could top it…
Kenny Burrell - Midnight Blue (1963) [Analogue Productions 2010] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Kenny Burrell - Midnight Blue (1963) [Analogue Productions 2010]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 43:44 minutes | Scans included | 1,31 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 870 MB

Midnight Blue is a 1963 album by Jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell featuring Stanley Turrentine on tenor saxophone, Major Holley on double bass, Bill English on drums and Ray Barretto on conga, and is one of Burrell’s best-known works for Blue Note. Jazz Improv Magazine lists the album among its top five recommended recordings for Burrell, indicating that “f you need to know ‘the Blue Note sound’, here it is”. In 2005, NPR included the album in its "Basic Jazz Library", describing it as "one of the great jazzy blues records".

Blue Foundation - Sweep of Days (2004)  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 26, 2011
Blue Foundation - Sweep of Days (2004)

Blue Foundation - Sweep of Days (2004)
EAC | FLAC | Image+Cue+Log +Covers ~ 392 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 320kbps ~ 137 Mb (incl 5%)
Genre: Alternative, Indie Electronic, Shoegaze, Downtempo, Trip Hop, Dream pop
Label: Virgin Records | # VIR 5974342 | Time: 01:00:47

”Sweep of Days” is the second full length album released by Danish alternative rock group Blue Foundation. It was released in 2004 by Virgin Denmark.

Blue Foundation - Blue Foundation (2001)  

Posted by Designol at Feb. 10, 2011
Blue Foundation - Blue Foundation (2001)

Blue Foundation - Blue Foundation (2001)
EAC | FLAC | Image+Cue+Log +Web-covers ~ 307 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 320kbps ~ 117 Mb (incl 5%) | No scans
Genre: Alternative, Electronic, Shoegaze, Downtempo, Trip Hop, Dream pop | Label: April Records | # APR 054 CD | Time: 00:49:56

”Blue Foundation” is debut album by the alternative electronic band Blue Foundation.

Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)  Music

Posted by stahlkacker at July 29, 2010
Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)

Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (1968)
FLAC, separate Files | No Log | Covers | 198 MB
Hard Rock | Acid Rock | Proto-Stoner
Mercury Records | Cat.-Number 314 514 683-2

Blue Cheer's debut album, Vincebus Eruptum, was widely and accurately described as "the loudest record ever made" when it first appeared in early 1968, and the band seemingly had the good sense to realize that for sheer brutal impact, there was little chance they could top it. So for their second LP, Outsideinside (which appeared a mere seven months later), rather than aim for something bigger and more decibel intensive, Blue Cheer decided to see how much polish they could add to their formula without blunting the skull-crushing force of their live attack. While Vincebus Eruptum was cut in simple and straightforward form with minimal overdubs, Outsideinside found Blue Cheer embracing the possibilities of the recording studio; Leigh Stephens overdubbed multiple guitar parts on several tunes, while the mix sends his leads flying around the room, though aggressive use of panning and the monstrous, fuzzy growl of his tone gets cleaned up on some tunes (check out the wah-wah solos on "Gypsy Ball"), though the results are still as gentle as a chainsaw. The engineering is friendlier to Paul Whaley's drumming; his traps don't sound as much like trash cans on these sessions, though the crude, phase shifting on "Just a Little Bit" remains gloriously amateurish. And if Dickie Peterson's bass sounds just about the same, he got to spend more time on his vocals here, and his blustery howl communicates better this time. The opening cut, "Feathers from Your Tree," also added a piano to the mix (which is somehow audible through the dozens of amps), while "Babylon" is almost funky in its lead-footed approximation of an R&B groove, and "The Hunter" is a broad but playful exercise in sexual swagger that, if nothing else, provided a lyrical conceit Kiss could use to more profitable effect nine years later. But if Outsideinside is cleaner, tighter, and more ambitious than Vincebus Eruptum, it's still clearly the work of the same band, and Blue Cheer sound every bit as thunderous on their sophomore effort. If anything, this LP captures the psychedelic side of their musical personality with greater clarity than the blunt approach of the debut; Outsideinside doesn't sound trippy so much as righteously buzzed, and the speedy roar of this the music is big enough that the legend that parts of this were so loud they had to be recorded outside seems not just plausible, but perfectly reasonable.
Album Review (allmusic.com)
McCoy Tyner - The Real McCoy (Blue Note US DMM re-issue) LP rip in 24 Bit/ 96 Khz + Redbook

McCoy Tyner - The Real McCoy
Blue Note BST 84264 - 1987 US DMM re-issue
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz & 16-bit/44.1kHz | FLAC (Tracks), artworks | Stereo | 762 Mo + 207 Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1967
Styles: Jazz, Post-Bop | RapidShare Download

McCoy Tyner forged his sound as a leader on the amazing session with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter and Coltrane bandmate Elvin Jones. All five distinctive compositions have become jazz standards. A perfect record and an essential one too. –Amazon.
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Blue Foundation - Life Of A Ghost (2007)  

Posted by pgf000 at March 30, 2010
Blue Foundation - Life Of A Ghost (2007)

Blue Foundation - Life Of A Ghost (2007)
Trip-Hop/Downtempo/Shoegaze | MP3 | VBR 192-320 kbps | 52:15 | 75 MB

Blue Foundation is a Danish electronic music group which started out in 2000, based on Tobias Wilner (aka. Bichi’s) cooperation with various artists and musicians. Specially his work with Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg and Bo Rande has been characteristic for the Blue Foundation sound. You can find the beautiful and cinematic sound of Blue Foundation in major blockbusters such as “Twilight” and “Miami Vice.” Their music also appeared on the television series “The OC”. Blue Foundation released their 3rd album “Life Of A Ghost” in Scandinavia in 2007. This album is less trippy than the previous two, although still darkly melodic. With more accent on guitar/drums it is closer to indietronic/shoegaze type of downtempo music. I wish they don't progress further to Scandinavian gothic metal…
Freddie Hubbard – Hub-Tones (1962)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746507 2)

Freddie Hubbard – Hub-Tones (1962)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746507 2)

Freddie Hubbard – Hub-Tones (1962)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746507 2)
1962 | Jazz | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers(400Dpi) | 248Mb+6Mb

In 1962, Freddie Hubbard was a full time member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, but he still had enough time to record three solo albums – "The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard" for the Impulse label, and "Here To Stay" and "Hub-Tones" for Blue Note. While the former two derive a lot of their sound from that unmistakable Messenger style, "Hub-Tones" draws it feel from two of Hubbard's collaborations from a few years earlier – "Free Jazz" and "Ole Coltrane." On "Hub-Tones," Hubbard utilizes the paths of freedom forged by Ornette and 'Trane, but stays grounded to the classic Blue Note sound. Joining Freddie on this October '62 session are James Spaulding (who unfortunately was never given the chance to record his own album for Blue Note, but was an important contributor to Grant Green's "Solid," Bobby Hutcherson's "Components" and Wayne Shorter's "Schizophrenia" among others) on alto sax and flute, Herbie Hancock on piano, Reggie Workman on bass and Clifford Jarvis on drums. Hubbard made many great albums for Blue Note, and "Hub-Tones" is as good as any of them.
McCoy Tyner – The Real McCoy (1967)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746512 2)

McCoy Tyner – The Real McCoy (1967)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746512 2)

McCoy Tyner – The Real McCoy (1967)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746512 2)
1967 | Jazz | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers(400Dpi) | 233Mb+7Mb

This 1967 quartet was McCoy Tyner's first for Blue Note as a leader, although he had frequently recorded as a sideman for the label–with Wayne Shorter, Joe Henderson, and Grant Green, among others. One of the last recordings produced by Blue Note founder Alfred Lion, and Tyner's first as a leader since leaving the legendary John Coltrane Quartet two years before, the session has a special quality. There's something of the Blue Note sound to the group's concentrated intensity, perhaps Lion's contribution as well as engineer Rudy Van Gelder's, while Tyner, a more conservative musician than Coltrane, was integrating the modal and expressionist forms of the Coltrane quartet into more tightly defined compositional patterns. In tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, Tyner found a true peer, another musician with a strong identity whose style represented a similar amalgam of conventional and innovative elements. Together with drummer Elvin Jones, and bassist Ron Carter, they both reassert the hard-bop mainstream with "Four by Five" and the deep blues of "Blues on the Corner" and extend it with the heightened solemnity of "Search for Peace" and the brilliant rhythmic interplay of "Passion Dance."