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The Doobie Brothers - Sibling Rivalry (2000)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Sept. 25, 2022
The Doobie Brothers - Sibling Rivalry (2000)

The Doobie Brothers - Sibling Rivalry (2000)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 430 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 143 Mb
Full Scans ~ 73 Mb | Data ~ 84 Mb | 00:59:11 | RAR 5% Recovery
Pop Rock, R&B | Pyramid Records #R2 75809

Sibling Rivalry is the twelfth studio album by The Doobie Brothers, released in 2000. The album was the band's first studio recording since Brotherhood in 1991. It was also the only album to feature lead vocal contributions from drummer Keith Knudsen and multi-instrumentalist John McFee both of whom had rejoined the group in 1993 after an eleven year absence. The group photograph in the inner booklet featured touring sidesmen Guy Allison (keyboards, backing vocals), Marc Russo (saxophone) and Skylark (bass, backing vocals). Allison and Russo also featured on the album, the former co-writing three tracks while occasional touring bassist John Cowan also featured and contributed the song Can't Stand to Lose written with Poco's Rusty Young.
The Everly Brothers - Five Classic Albums Plus Bonus Singles & Radio Show Tracks (Remastered) (2012)

The Everly Brothers - Five Classic Albums Plus Bonus Singles & Radio Show Tracks (Remastered) (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks, cue, log) - 1.02 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 576 MB
3:53:12 | Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Country, Folk | Label: Real Gone Music

The Everly Brothers five classic original albums plus bonus singles and radio show tracks on 4 CDs.
The original recordings, digitally remastered for superior sound quality.
Featuring the albums The Everly Brothers (1958), Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (1958), It's Everly Time (1960), A Date With The Everly Brothers (1961), Both Sides Of The Evening (1961) + singles and radio shows recordings.

The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me (1973)  Music

Posted by Designol at July 30, 2022
The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me (1973)

The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me (1973)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 256 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 96 Mb | Scans ~ 78 Mb
Label: Warner Bros. | # 7599-27271-2 | Time: 00:42:08
Classic Rock, Boogie Rock, Blues Rock, Soft Rock

The Doobie Brothers' third long-player was the charm, their most substantial and consistent album to date, and one that rode the charts for a year. It was also a study in contrasts, Tom Johnston's harder-edged, bolder rocking numbers balanced by Patrick Simmons' more laid-back country-rock ballad style. The leadoff track, Johnston's "Natural Thing," melded the two, opening with interlocking guitars and showcasing the band's exquisite soaring harmonies around a beautiful melody, all wrapped up in a midtempo beat – the result was somewhere midway between Allman Brothers-style virtuosity and Eagles/Crosby & Nash-type lyricism, which defined this period in the Doobies' history and gave them a well-deserved lock on the top of the charts. Next up was the punchy, catchy "Long Train Runnin'," a piece they'd been playing for years as an instrumental – a reluctant Johnston was persuaded by producer Ted Templeman to write lyrics to it and record the song, and the resulting track became the group's next hit.
The Funk Brothers - Standing In The Shadows Of Motown (Deluxe Edition) (2004)

The Funk Brothers - Standing In The Shadows Of Motown (Deluxe Edition) (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks, cue, log) - 788 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 285 MB
2:04:30 | Funk, Stage & Screen | Label: Hip-O Records

While there was certainly little to complain about on the original issue of the soundtrack for Standing in the Shadows of Motown, for those who truly sought the magic of the Funk Brothers, this deluxe edition is what they longed for all along. This two-disc collection contains the soundtrack of the Allan Slutsky/Harry Weinger film – plus three bonus tracks – from that historic night at the Royal Oak Music Theater just outside of Detroit. It pairs what was left of the original Motown session gang and their heirs with a host of vocalists, including Joan Osborne, Chaka Khan, Bootsy Collins, Montell Jordan, Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Ben Harper, and Gerald LeVert interpreting the classics. The extra soundtrack cuts feature John Lee Hooker, Jackie Wilson, and Dennis Coffey with the Detroit Guitar Band. But on disc two, the entire grail becomes attainable. Here are 15 musical tracks, the original instrumental sides from "the Snakepit" of the Motown studios, with little or no vocal accompaniment, remixed from the ground up. The producers broke down and mapped out each verse, bridge, chorus, and vamp on paper first. Phone calls were made to the living members and then each tune was knotted together from the recorded evidence, using the input of the Funks and the added guitars of Dennis Coffey and Wah Wah Watson.
The Walker Brothers - Everything Under The Sun: The Complete Recordings (2006) 5CD Box Set [Re-Up]

The Walker Brothers - Everything Under The Sun: The Complete Recordings (2006) 5CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 2.14 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 867 Mb | Scans ~ 249 Mb | 06:16:25
AM Pop, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, British Invasion, Blue-Eyed Soul | Label: Universal | # 983 984-4

Five CD box set containing every studio recording that this American trio released during their '60s heyday and their short-lived '70s reunion plus alternatve versions, etc. Although Scott Engel, Gary Leeds and John Maus were not actually brothers, they achieved enormous success in England and Europe and are now considered to be one of the most influential musical forces of their time. The 115 songs include 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore', 'Make It Easy On Yourself', 'There Goes My Baby', 'Doin' The Jerk', 'Everything's Gonna Be Alright' and many many more.
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The Anita Kerr Orchestra & Singers - The Five Classic Warner Brothers Albums 1966-68
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 421 Mb | Scans included
Label: Cherry Red | # WACME322BOX | Time: 02:55:54
Easy Listening, Jazz-Pop, Instrumental Pop, Mood Music, Country Pop

Having made an enormous contribution to the establishment of the Nashville Sound and the modernisation of country music, Anita Kerr felt the need to expand her artistic horizons and in 1965, made the move from Nashville to Hollywood. She wanted to work with different people, to get her own songs recorded, to play jazz, to conduct an orchestra, to take on more ambitious and more varied projects musically, and to form a vocal group which, rather than be confined to studio sessions, might also appear in club and concert settings. Her arrival on the West Coast was well timed. She had just fought off The Beatles to win a Grammy for the album We Dig Mancini and she was quickly able to assemble a stellar Anita Kerr Singers (B.J Baker: alto, Gene Merlino: tenor; Bob Tebow: bass, with Anita herself as soprano and soloist) and secure a contract more tailored to her needs with Warner Brothers. The result over the next two years, were these five superbly fashioned albums.
The Chemical Brothers - Albums & Compilations Collection 1995-2015 (21CD+DVD)

The Chemical Brothers - Albums & Compilations Collection 1995-2015 (21CD+DVD)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 9.5 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 3.5 Gb | Scans included
DVD5/DVD9 | NTSC | 16:9 (720x480) VBR | LinearPCM, 2 ch | 8.5 Gb
Electronic, Big Beat, Progressive House, Trip Hop, Neo-Psychedelia

The act with the first arena-sized sound in the electronica movement, the Chemical Brothers united such varying influences as Public Enemy, Cabaret Voltaire, and My Bloody Valentine to create a dance-rock-rap fusion which rivaled the best old-school DJs on their own terms – keeping a crowd of people on the floor by working through any number of groove-oriented styles featuring unmissable samples, from familiar guitar riffs to vocal tags to various sound effects. And when the duo (Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons) decided to supplement their DJ careers by turning their bedrooms into recording studios, they pioneered a style of music (later termed big beat) remarkable for its lack of energy loss from the dancefloor to the radio. Chemical Brothers albums were less collections of songs and more hour-long journeys, chock-full of deep bomb-studded beats, percussive breakdowns, and effects borrowed from a host of sources. All in all, the duo proved one of the few exceptions to the rule that intelligent dance music could never be bombastic or truly satisfying to the seasoned rock fan; it's hardly surprising that they were one of the few dance acts to enjoy simultaneous success in the British/American mainstream and in critical quarters.
The Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole (25th Anniversary Edition) (1997/2022)

The Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole (25th Anniversary Edition) (1997/2022)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 1.2 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 417 MB
3:01:21 | Techno, Big Beat, Electronic | Label: Virgin Records

The Chemical Brothers release a 25th anniversary reissue of their visionary breakthrough second album. Dig Your Own Hole was recorded and road tested in the underground. On its release on 7th April 1997, the duo’s second album immediately redrew the boundaries of the mainstream. What had been created as a relentless, rapturous soundtrack to basements and backrooms entered the UK album charts at No 1 on the back of two No 1 singles (Setting Sun and Block Rockin’ Beats), and the US Billboard charts at No 14. The first British electronic record to crack the US rock charts, it would go on to sell half a million copies in the States in six months. Dig Your Own Hole always was, and always will be, a total trip.
The Statler Brothers - Flowers On The Wall: The Essential Statler Brothers 1964–1969 (1996)

The Statler Brothers - Flowers On The Wall: The Essential Statler Brothers 1964–1969 (1996)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks, cue, log) - 235 MB
42:15 | Country, Traditional Pop, Folk | Label: Columbia/Legacy

The Statler Brothers started their recording career at Columbia Records and cut eight albums for the label in five years, scoring eight country singles chart entries, including the Top Ten hits "Ruthless," "You Can't Have Your Kate and Edith, Too," and the pop Top Ten crossover "Flowers on the Wall." This 18-track compilation includes all those hits, along with standards like "The Wreck of the Old '97," "Green Grass," and the gospel pop song "Oh Happy Day," and one previously unreleased track, "Half a Man," which, despite having been recorded two years later, sounds like the logical follow-up to "Flowers on the Wall." The influence of the Statlers' employer, Johnny Cash, is apparent, especially on "Hammer and Nails," on which he appears. At this early stage, without losing the sound of the classic country quartet, the Statlers also sang pop, folk, and gospel well. The only complaint to be made about this set is that, in the CD age, a running time of 42:15 is short for a compilation (if typical of country music). But nothing essential is missing.
The Allman Brothers Band - Midnight Callin: The Broadcast Travelog Volume Two (2021)

The Allman Brothers Band - Midnight Callin: The Broadcast Travelog Volume Two (2021)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 1,78 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 691 Mb | 05:00:11
Blues Rock | Label: Cosmic Gumbo / Bootleg

“Duane Allman was bursting with energy…he was a force to be reckoned with. His drive and focus, as well as his intense belief in himself and our band, was incredible. He knew we were going to make it. We all knew we were a good band, but no one had that supreme confidence like he did, and it was a great thing, because his confidence and enthusiasm were infectious…it says a lot that his hero was Muhammad Ali. That kind of supreme confidence that Ali had – that’s where Duane was coming from.” Dickie Betts