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Career Chess: How to win the corporate game  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Maks_tir at Sept. 3, 2019
Career Chess: How to win the corporate game

Career Chess: How to win the corporate game by Maximilian A. LeRoux
English | ISBN: 0998830275 | 328 pages | EPUB | December 13, 2017 | 0.50 Mb

Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained New Algebraic Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Nov. 26, 2019
Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained New Algebraic Edition

Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained New Algebraic Edition by Irving Chernev
2018 | ASIN: B07D8ZMPWW, eISBN: 9781631682032 | English | 260 pages | EPUB | 15 MB
Various Artists - The Chess Story: 1947-1975 (2000) {14CD Box Set, MCA--Universal 3805962}

Various Artists - The Chess Story: 1947-1975 (2000) {14CD Box Set, MCA–Universal 3805962}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 4.61 Gb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 178 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1947-75, 2000 MCA / Universal | 3805962
Blues / Chicago Blues / Electric Blues / Regional Blues

First the good news, which is really good: the sound on this 340-song set is about as good as one ever fantasized it could be, and that means it runs circles around any prior reissues; from the earliest Aristocrat sides by the Five Blazers and Jump Jackson & His Orchestra right up through Muddy Waters' "Going Down to Main Street," it doesn't get any better than this set. The clarity pays a lot of bonuses, beginning with the impression that it gives of various artists' instrumental prowess. In sharp contrast to the past efforts in this direction by MCA, however, the producers of this set have not emasculated the sound in the course of cleaning it up, as was the case with the Chuck Berry box, in particular.

How to be a Winner at Chess  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Nov. 21, 2019
How to be a Winner at Chess

How to be a Winner at Chess by Fred Reinfeld
English | September 29, 1996 | ISBN: 044991206X | 192 pages | PDF | 6.91 Mb

Muddy Waters - Electric Mud (1968) {1996 Chess MCA} **[RE-UP]**  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 21, 2018
Muddy Waters - Electric Mud (1968) {1996 Chess MCA} **[RE-UP]**

Muddy Waters - Electric Mud (1968) {1996 Chess MCA}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 256 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 88 mb
Genre: blues, blues rock

Electric Mud is the 1968 album by Muddy Waters. This is from the 1996 CD pressing made by Chess/MCA.

«Chess Openings: Traps And Zaps» by Bruce Pandolfini  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Gelsomino at Sept. 2, 2019
«Chess Openings: Traps And Zaps» by Bruce Pandolfini

«Chess Openings: Traps And Zaps» by Bruce Pandolfini
English | ISBN: 9781439147047 | EPUB | 6.0 MB
Various Artists - Reaching Out: Chess Records At FAME Studios (2015) {Kent Records CDKEND436 rec 1967-1969}

Various Artists - Reaching Out: Chess Records At FAME Studios (2015) {Kent Records CDKEND436 rec 1967-1969}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 257 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 153 Mb
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© 1967-69, 2015 Geffen / Kent Records / Ace Records | CDKEND 436
Soul / Rhythm and Blues / Southern Soul

Chess Records called Chicago home but the label often looked elsewhere for singers and singles. Usually, this amounted to some variation on direct licensing – independent record producers or studio owners would send sides to Chess, hoping for release – but between 1967 and 1969, Chess sent a number of its artists down to FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals in Alabama. This wasn't a burst of inspiration on the label's part. Chess was following the path of Atlantic, who had considerable success recording Wilson Pickett and Percy Sledge at FAME, but once Atlantic's Jerry Wexler fell out with FAME's Rick Hall, the Alabama studio had space for Chess artists and the Chicago label was willing.
Bo Diddley - Road Runner: The Chess Masters, Vol. 2 - 1959-1960 (2008) {2CD Set Geffen--Hip-O Select B0011076-02}

Bo Diddley - Road Runner: The Chess Masters, Vol. 2 - 1959-1960 (2008) {2CD Set Geffen–Hip-O Select B0011076-02}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 987 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 360 Mb
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© 1959-60, 2008 Hip-O Select / Geffen Records / Universal | B0011076-02
Rock and Roll / Rhythm and Blues / Early R&B / Blues / Electric Chicago Blues

Road Runner, the second volume of Hip-O Select's ongoing chronicle of Bo Diddley's complete Chess/Checker master recordings, covers roughly one calendar year whereas its predecessor, I'm a Man, spanned four — a good indication that 1959 was an eventful year for Bo. During this one year, he had his biggest pop hit in the jive-talking "Say Man" and had another sizable R&B hit with "Crackin' Up," but both these sides were cut in 1958 and released as a single in 1959.

VA - Hoochie Coochie Man: The Chess Story (2012) 2CDs  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 16, 2019
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VA - Hoochie Coochie Man: The Chess Story (2012) 2CDs
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 632 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 339 Mb | Scans included | 02:12:02
Chicago Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll, Doo Wop | Label: One Day Music | # DAY2CD157

Leonard and Phil Chess were the innovators behind Chess Records, the Illinois based label that specialised in blues, r'n'b and soul, all genres influential in the early sound of rock n' roll. This 2CD compilation includes 50 original recordings featuring some of the greatest artists of the time. Highlights include songs from John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Clarence 'Frogman' Henry, Bo Diddley, Etta James, Howlin' Wolf and more.
Bo Diddley - I'm a Man: The Chess Masters, Vol. 1 - 1955-1958 (2007) {2CD Set Geffen--Hip-O Select B0009231-02}

Bo Diddley - I'm a Man: The Chess Masters, Vol. 1 - 1955-1958 (2007) {2CD Set Geffen–Hip-O Select B0009231-02}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 866 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 318 Mb | Artwork | 5% repair rar
© 1955-58, 2007 Hip-O Select / Geffen Records / Universal | B0009231-02
Rock and Roll / Rhythm and Blues / Early R&B / Blues / Electric Chicago Blues

In May 1955, an unknown Mississippi-born blues singer stormed up the US R&B charts with a song called Bo Diddley, a mesmeric combination of chanted vocals, choppy tremolo guitar and pounding tom-tom drums. Raw, primal, and boasting a refrain as addictive as heroin, it was unlike anything that had been heard before. Record buyers may have been a tad perplexed by the fact that the artist’s name was also Bo Diddley, but that didn’t stop them buying enough copies to send it rocketing to No 1.