Packaging Box

Empty packaging box for advertising vector  Graphics

Posted by lozor at Jan. 19, 2015
Empty packaging box for advertising vector

Empty packaging box for advertising vector
EPS | 7 files | 82.54 Mb

Packaging box tea coffee and dry products vector  Graphics

Posted by lozor at Nov. 2, 2014
Packaging box tea coffee and dry products vector

Packaging box tea coffee and dry products vector
EPS | 8 files | 106.7 Mb

Sign packaging box vector  Graphics

Posted by lozor at Dec. 13, 2012
Sign packaging box vector

Sign packaging box vector
EPS | 6 files | 96.62 Mb

Packaging box vector  Graphics

Posted by lozor at Oct. 25, 2012
Packaging box vector

Packaging box vector
EPS | 5 files | 50.69 Mb

Stock Vector - Big Set of Packaging Box  Graphics

Posted by LivinLa at Aug. 29, 2011
Stock Vector - Big Set of Packaging Box

Stock Vector - Big Set of Packaging Box
4 EPS | + JPEG Preview | 10.4 Mb

Big Set of Packaging Box  Graphics

Posted by far_t at March 10, 2011
Big Set of Packaging Box

Big Set of Packaging Box
4 EPS | + JPEG Preview | 10.4 Mb

Stock vector - Packaging Box  Graphics

Posted by krekerok at July 29, 2010
Stock vector - Packaging Box

Stock vector - Packaging Box
40 EPS | Jpg Preview | 55.3 Mb
Pere Ubu - Datapanik In The Year Zero (2009) {4CD Box Set Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 098 rec 1975-1982}

Pere Ubu - Datapanik In The Year Zero (2009) {4CD Box Set Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 098 rec 1975-1982}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.97 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 831 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 143 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1975-82, 2009 Cooking Vinyl | COOK CD 098
Rock / Experimental Rock / Psychedelic Rock / Avant-Garde / New Wave / Post Punk / American Underground

Pere Ubu's troubles with record companies are legendary within certain underground rock circles. In perhaps the most bizarre turn of events, the group's collected works of 1978-1982 – after being out of print for nearly a decade – were reissued by Geffen as a five-disc box set, Datapanik in the Year Zero. Named after the group's 1978 EP, the set is arranged chronologically and occasionally substitutes live versions for studio tracks, but that hardly matters – nearly every song the band recorded during the five-year time span is included.
Lightnin' Hopkins - The Complete Prestige / Bluesville Recordings (7CD Box Set) (1991) (Repost)

Lightnin' Hopkins - The Complete Prestige / Bluesville Recordings (7CD Box Set) (1991)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 2,30 Gb | 08:16:20 | Scans included
Texas Blues | Country: USA | Label: Prestige Bluesville ‎– 7PCD-4406-2

This is a seven-CD box set that repackages all 11 LPs that Lightnin' Hopkins recorded for Bluesville and Prestige during the first half of the 1960s: Last Night Blues, Lightnin', Blues in My Bottle, Walkin' This Road By Myself, Lightnin' and Co., Smokes Like Lightning, Hootin' the Blues, Goin' Away, Down Home Blues, Soul Blues and My Life in the Blues. The very prolific Hopkins (who was never loyal to any one label) also recorded for Candid, Arhoolie, Fire and Vee Jay during the period! The bulk of My Life in the Blues is actually a lengthy and rather historic interview that Samuel Charters conducted with Hopkins. A special bonus of the set is 13 often exciting tracks from a previously unissued concert at the Swarthmore College Folk Festival. The music throughout the box covers quite a variety of moods and subject matter (with Hopkins being unaccompanied on 34 of the tracks) and definitively sums up the veteran bluesman's later period.
Oscar Peterson - The Complete Songbooks 1951-1955 (2007) {6CD Box Set United Archives NUA04}

Oscar Peterson - The Complete Songbooks 1951-1955 (2007) {6CD Box Set United Archives NUA04}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.46 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.07 Gb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 82 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1951-55, 2007 United Archives | NUA04
Jazz / Bop / Mainstream Jazz / Piano

The Songbooks inherited from the musical tradition of Broadway are at the epicentre of Oscar Peterson´s musical culture; this was also the case for the one he regarded as a master : Art Tatum. It was to the extent that Oscar Peterson recorded them twice. The first time was at the beginning of 1950s principly as a Trio with guitar and double bass, then a second time with double bass and drums a few years later. It is this first wonderful remastered series that is presented to you here. Technical mastery, irresistible swing, constant inventivness and a remarkable complicity with Ray Brown, Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis characterise this sum of inexhaustible richness.