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Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy

The song remains the same
Over the hills and far away
The rain song
The crunge
Dancing days
D'eyer mak'er
No quarter
The ocean

Ah, 1973: It was the year I was born, Pink Floyd put out the seminal Dark Side Of The Moon, and Led Zeppelin's arguably best release, "Houses of the Holy," also came out. The urgent opening riffs on "The Song Remains the Same" signal great things to come. Jimmy Page does some marvelous twin guitar work, Robert Plant has an almost Chimpmunkish yelp, and we're off and running. "The Rain Song" quickly tones things down, a soothing, dreamy tune sprung from the South Carribean, with strings in the background for further relaxing effect. "The Rain Song" might be Zeppelin's best acoustic song ever.

Like Pink Floyd, Zeppelin refused to releasing songs as singles. And yet, structured pop shines through on the folkishly delightful "Over the Hills and Far Away," the fun rock jingle of "Dancing Days," and the reggae- flavored "D'yer Maker." "No Quarter" contains a dimmer vibe, filled with buzzy guitars, a brooding piano, and Plant's isolated voice coming through in distorted tones, like a man coping with deep depression. Midway through, John Paul Jones plays a beautifully serene piano, only to give way to John Bonham's smooth rhythmic drum kick. The band's cohesiveness is at an all-time high here, as everyone involved gets to subtly show off. There's nothing coy about the next sublime rocker, "The Ocean," which anybody with half a heartbeat could stomp along to.

"Houses of the Holy" may have been Zeppelin at its height; the band could have called it quits after this record and still be assured easy classic-rock status. It's simply another great Zeppelin album that adds to a string of greats. The guys kept their style simple, yet branched out a bit and explored new avenues. Some would even say that all Zeppelin albums after this one were pleasant icing on the cake. Of course, the same thing has been said about Pink Floyd after 1973, as well.

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The Reader Soundtrack (2008) - Nico Muhly

The Reader Soundtrack
The Reader (2008)
User Rating: 7.8/10 over 8,599 votes
Director:Stephen Daldry
The Reader Soundtrack Composed by Nico Muhly.
Released in December 2008.
Also known as: Der Vorleser (Germany)

MP3 | 320 Kbps | 111 MB | Soundtrack | RS
01. The Egg (01:06)
02. Spying (02:27)
03. The First Bath (02:50)
04. It's Not Just about You (01:29)
05. Tram at Dawn (01:05)
06. You Don't Matter (02:41)
07. Reading (01:51)
08. Cycling Holiday (01:40)
09. Sophie / The Lady with the Little Dog (03:00)
10. Go Back to Your Friends (05:21)
11. Handwriting (02:19)
12. The Failed Visit (04:59)
13. Verdict (01:35)
14. Letters (02:39)
15. I Have No One Else to Ask (03:42)
16. Piles of Books (02:13)
17. Who Was She? (06:48)



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Slumdog Millionaire - Soundtrack (2008)

Champion Jack Dupree and His Blues Band feat. Mickey Baker

Dupree's playing is almost all straight blues and boogie woogie, with no ballads or pop songs, not even blues ballads. He was not a sophisticated musician or singer, but he had a wry and clever way with words: "Mama, move your false teeth, papa wanna scratch your gums." He sometimes sang as if he had a cleft palate and even recorded under the name Harelip Jack Dupree. This was an artistic conceit, as Dupree had excellent, clear articulation, particularly for a blues singer. - Wikipedia

Champion Jack Dupree & His Blues Band feat. Mickey Baker
MP3 | 320 Kbps | 105,6 MB | Blues | RS
1. Barrelhouse Woman (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:05
2. Louise (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:08
3. One Dirty Woman (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:26
4. When Things Go Wrong (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:41
5. Cut Down On My Overheads (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:03
6. Troubles (Champion Jack Dupree/Mickey Baker) 4:39
7. Tee-Nah-Nah (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:05
8. Caldonia (Fleecie Moore) 2:26
9. Under Your Hood (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:40
10. Come Back Baby (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:04
11. Baby Let Me Go With You (Champion Jack Dupree) 1:46
12. Garbage Man (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:45
13. I Feel Like A Millionaire (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:47
14. Right Now (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:25
15. Georgiana (Champion Jack Dupree) 3:15
16. Shake, Baby, Shake (Champion Jack Dupree) 2:21

Champion Jack Dupree (Piano and Vocals)
Mickey Baker (Guitar, Tambourine and Vocals) - 1,3,4,6,13
John Baldwin (Bass Guitar)
Ronnie Verrell (Drums)
Albert Hall (Trumpet)
Rex Morris (Tenor Saxophone)
Bob Efford (Tenor Saxophone)
Harry Klein (Baritone Saxophone) - 1,9
Mike Vernon (Whistle) - 1



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Art Paper - Surf Ride

It is pure west coast bop at its best. You can imagine nothing better.
Art Paper - Surf Ride
Mp3 | 320 Kbps | 85,67 MB | Jazz | RS
1. Tickle Toe - Art Pepper, Young, Lester
2. Chili Pepper
3. Suzy the Poddle
4. Brown Gold
5. Holiday Flight
6. Surf Ride
7. Straight Life
8. Cinnamon
9. Thyme Time
10. The Way You Look Tonight - Art Pepper, Fields, Dorothy
11. Nutmeg
12. Art's Oregano

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Armando Manzanero - El Piano [1995]

The best arrangements ever of Manzanero's songs played by super musicians such as Clare Fischer, Cesar Camargo, Juan Carlos Calderon... Very rich arrangements, jazzy style.
Armando Manzanero - El Piano [1995]
mp3 | 320 Kbps | 112,52 MB | Jazz, Bossa Nova | RS
1. Te Extraño
2. Somos Novios
3. No Sé Tú
4. Esta Tarde Ví Llover
5. Contigo Aprendi
6. Por Fin Mañana
7. Me Vuelves Loco
8. Ojala Que Seas Tu
9. Como Yo Te Ame
10. Voy a Apagar la Luz
11. No
12. Yo Se Que Volveras - Armando Manzanero, Sabido, Luis Perez
13. Adoro



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Oscar Lopez - Flashback (Best of Oscar Lopez) [2002]

Oscar Lopez - Flashback [2002]
Mp3 | 320 Kbps | 170 MB | Covers | Instrumental, Guitar, Flamenco, Latin RS
01. Forgive Me (Perdoname)
02. Bailando Rumba
03. Lucia
04. Loco Por Ti
05. Walking Through The Pyramid
06. Thinking Of You (Pensando En Ti)
07. The Flavor
08. Gentle Seduction
09. Classical Soul (edit)
10. Loving You
11. Looking Back
12. Fire And Fury (Fuego Y Furia)
13. Merenguiando Baby
14. Guitarras From Heaven
15. Armando’s Fire

Never afraid to venture into different genres, Lopez easily incorporates jazz, blues, and even pop sensibilities into his music. But one thing remains constant: letting the passion and fire within his soul loose through his fingertips and onto the guitar strings. His deep commitment to his art has earned Lopez two Juno awards, critics praise, and thousands of devoted fans who have filled theaters across the continent to experience his amazing performances first hand.

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Led Zeppelin - Presence

Achilles last stand
For you life
Royal orleans
Nobody's fault but mine
Candy store rock
Host on for nowhere
Tea for one

It's hard to be objective with Presence when comparing it to the releases that came before it. How does one top "IV," "Houses of the Holy," and the sprawling "Physical Graffiti?" Also, this disk was recorded at a time when the band was suffering a bit from its lifestyle and Robert Plant was recovering from a serious auto accident.

What they do is take a back to basics approach, performing as a band with guitars, bass, drums and Plant's vocals. No acoustic guitars or keyboards, just hard rocking Led Zeppelin. While this is effective, there is a noticeable lack of the dynamics of earlier releases and the eclectic variety that made Led Zeppelin be able to pull off a hard rock tune with mandolins.

The two key tracks on Presence are "Achilles Last Stand" and "Nobody's Fault But Mine."
"Achilles" has a galloping triplet bassline, some of Bonham's best drumming, and layers of Page guitar lines. It's an epic cross of "Immigrant Song" and "Song Remains the Song."
"Nobody's Fault But Mine" begins with a classic Page guitar lick, drenched in effects and gradually building in volume, then mimicked by Plant's vocals. The bass/drum rhythms are tricky here, with lots of stop/start mechanics. Plant's performance is memorable, with such gems as "m-m-m-monkey on my back" or "no-no-no-no-no-nooooo...nobody's fault but mine" plus the return of the harmonica.
"For Your Life" is okay, but kind of a castoff from Physical Graffiti. "Royal Orleans" has some cool funk rhythms. "Candy Store Rock" was a single issue from this release, but I don't think it stands up against their other, more superior work.
"Tea For One" closes things out with a return to the blues.

Some may have thought that Led Zeppelin was burned out, but they would make an excellent return with "In Through the Out Door" followed by their greatest band tragedy.

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