Lloyd Singer

Lloyd Singer - Tome 8  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 5, 2016
Lloyd Singer - Tome 8

Lloyd Singer - Tome 8
French | CBR | 50 pages | 46.9 MB

Lloyd Singer (2011) 4 Issues  Comics

Posted by alexandra10 at Aug. 4, 2014
Lloyd Singer (2011) 4 Issues

Lloyd Singer (2011) 4 Issues
French | CBR | 4 Issues | 183.5 MB
Charles Lloyd Quartet - Dream Weaver (1966) {2012 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit WPCR-27030}

Charles Lloyd Quartet - Dream Weaver (1966) {2012 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit WPCR-27030}
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© 1966, 2012 Warner Japan / Atlantic / Rhino | WPCR-27030 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Hard Bop / Saxophone

Features 24 bit digital remastering. Comes with a description. The first studio date of the Charles Lloyd Quartet, with Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee, and Jack DeJohnette, was recorded and released just a few days before the band took both the European and American festival circuits by storm. First came Europe, which was just getting the disc as the band was tearing up its stages. While the live dates are now the stuff of legend, it's easy to overlook the recordings, but to do so would be a mistake. Dream Weaver is a fully realized project by a band – a real band – in which each member has a unique part of the whole to contribute.
Charles Lloyd - In The Soviet Union (1967) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit WPCR-27265}

Charles Lloyd - In The Soviet Union (1967) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit WPCR-27265}
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© 1967, 2013 Warner Japan / Atlantic / Rhino | WPCR-27265 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Hard Bop / Saxophone

Features 24 bit digital remastering. Comes with a description. The Charles Lloyd Quartet was (along with Cannonball Adderley's band) the most popular group in jazz during the latter half of the 1960s. Lloyd somehow managed this feat without watering down his music or adopting a pop repertoire. A measure of the band's popularity is that Lloyd and his sidemen (pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Ron McClure and drummer Jack DeJohnette) were able to have a very successful tour of the Soviet Union during a period when jazz was still being discouraged by the communists. This well-received festival appearance has four lengthy performances including an 18-minute version of "Sweet Georgia Bright" and Lloyd (who has always had a soft-toned Coltrane influenced tenor style and a more distinctive voice on flute) is in top form.

Lloyd Cole - Antidepressant (2006)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Sept. 20, 2017
Lloyd Cole - Antidepressant (2006)

Lloyd Cole - Antidepressant (2006)
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Indie Pop, Folk, Soft Rock, Acoustic | Sanctuary Records #SANCD 429

While not many on this side of the pond have noticed, Lloyd Cole, that smart, blackly humorous and self-deprecating songwriter has been assembling a nice catalog, chock-full of fine recordings. Luckily for us, his association with One Little Indian makes provisions for American releases for those who do understand that Cole is one of the most unique, tender, witty and biting songwriters out there, and he also writes a hell of a love song. Anti Depressant is the great double edge in Cole's catalog. In Cole's thinking, while it's true that an anti-depressant can make you feel better, the simple fact that you need one makes clear the appearance of depression…

Lloyd Cole - Music In A Foreign Language (2003)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Sept. 19, 2017
Lloyd Cole - Music In A Foreign Language (2003)

Lloyd Cole - Music In A Foreign Language (2003)
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Alternative/Indie Rock, Soft Rock, Acoustic | Sanctuary Records #SANCD182

Lloyd Cole's seventh official solo album, Music in a Foreign Language, is his most intimate and low-key yet. He retains Dave Derby from the Negatives and calls in former Commotion Neil Clark to play guitar, but mostly the album has the feel of a solo record. Drawing on the same musical palette that his "lost" album Etc. does (acoustic guitars, restrained drums, and subtle instrumentation), this record succeeds in a way that most of his over-produced previous albums fail to do. This is also the first record on which Cole seems resigned to be an adult balladeer; there are no rock tunes to be found. His voice is as deep and rich as ever, and the lack of huge rock drums and loud guitars allows him to forgo the oversinging trap he sometimes falls into…

Lloyd Cole & The Negatives - The Negatives (2000)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Aug. 16, 2017
Lloyd Cole & The Negatives - The Negatives (2000)

Lloyd Cole & The Negatives - The Negatives (2000)
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Alternative/Indie Rock, Pop Rock | © 2001 XIII Bis Records #155 482

This moody yet self-deprecating singer/songwriter's album will be nothing new to fans that have followed the long arc of Lloyd Cole's career. One listen to "What's Wrong with This Picture" – which offers the sentiment "'Smile,' she said, 'If you want I'll look the other way/Til you regain your melancholy disposition or until you get over yourself'" over a bright guitar figure – places longtime fans on familiar ground. Cole's uncanny melodic ear is also still in place. What is new, however, is his return to fronting a full-time band after spending his post-Commotions years (they split in 1988) as a fairly singular figure. The Negatives includes such talent as Jill Sobule ("I Kissed a Girl") and one-time Dambuilder Dave Derby, and the merry-band-of-thieves ethic seems to lend some levity to the proceedings…

Duncan Lloyd - I O U O M E (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Aug. 7, 2017
Duncan Lloyd - I O U O M E (2017)

Duncan Lloyd - I O U O M E (2017)
Alternative, Indie Rock, Singer/Songwriter | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:31:12 | 72 MB
Label: Afternoon In Bed

Duncan Lloyd is probably best known as the guitarist and musical driving force behind Mercury Music Prize nominated U.K. band, Maximo Park, but Lloyd’s frenetic outpouring has also seen him busy with various projects including Decade In Exile, Nano Kino and solo work under his own name. It is his solo work which now calls for our attention, with the release of new album, IOUOME.

Bert: The Life and Times of A. L. Lloyd (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at July 18, 2017
Bert: The Life and Times of A. L. Lloyd (Repost)

Bert: The Life and Times of A. L. Lloyd by Dave Arthur
Language: English | 2012 | ISBN: 0745332528 | 456 pages | PDF | 5,45 MB

Folk singer and folk music collector, writer, painter, journalist, art critic, whalerman, sheep station roustabout, Marxist, and much more - this is the story of A. L. (Bert) Lloyd's extraordinary life.

Lloyd Cole - Bad Vibes (1993)  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 13, 2017
Lloyd Cole - Bad Vibes (1993)

Lloyd Cole - Bad Vibes (1993)
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Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock | Fontana #518 318-2

Bad Vibes, Lloyd Cole's sixth new studio album, marks a big change in terms of sound. Producer Adam Peters and mixer Bob Clearmountain have tried to re-create the experimental days of the mid-'60s, employing a wide variety of studio gimmicks. But if Bad Vibes is Lloyd Cole's most produced record, it also is his earthiest. The singer's voice is recorded (sometimes with echo or double-tracking) especially high in the mix, and his singing is as stylized as it was on his first two albums, though in a different way. Here, he affects a sardonic, disengaged tone. All of this makes Bad Vibes Cole's most varied and most ambitious album, but far from his best. The odd sound stage and attitude are anything but accessible, and Cole himself has rarely been as vitriolic.