Aretha Franklin Live At Park West

Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West (1999) [Repost]  

Posted by robi62 at Aug. 8, 2013
Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West (1999) [Repost]

Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West (1999) [Repost]
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 978 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: PCM 2 channels at 1 536 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: R&B | Label: Image Entertainment | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 6 April 1999 | Runtime: 58 min. | 3,14 GB (DVD5)

Aretha Franklin is one of the giants of soul music, and indeed of American pop as a whole. More than any other performer, she epitomized soul at its most gospel-charged. Her astonishing run of late-'60s hits with Atlantic Records "Respect," "I Never Loved a Man," "Chain of Fools," "Baby I Love You," "I Say a Little Prayer," "Think," "The House That Jack Built," and several others earned her the title "Lady Soul," which she has worn uncontested ever since. Yet as much of an international institution as she's become, much of her work outside of her recordings for Atlantic in the late '60s and early '70s is erratic and only fitfully inspired, making discretion a necessity when collecting her records.

Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West  

Posted by karfaks at Nov. 13, 2009
Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West

Aretha Franklin - Live At Park West
DVD | Video: NTCS 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Audio: LPCM, 2 ch | 3.31 Gb | 1985

This live video, shot in 1985 for the acclaimed PBS music series Soundstage, captures Franklin at her best in a concert at Chicago's Park West club. Hear Aretha sing her great songs, including "Respect", "Freeway of Love", "Think", "Rock Steady", "Didn't It Rain", "Something He Can Feel" and "Jump to It".
Aretha Franklin - Live at Fillmore West (1971) REPOST

Aretha Franklin - Live at Fillmore West (1971)
Soul | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Atlantic/Rhino 8122-77629-2 | rel: 2006 | 890Mb

Aretha Franklin's 1971 album Live at Fillmore West was as seminal a soul breakthrough as Albert King's visit had been for blues. It finally cemented her status beyond soul audiences as both a recording and live attraction, and it matched her with a phenomenal rhythm section in King Curtis and the Kingpens. Franklin adroitly mixed pop, rock, and soul material throughout the three nights, including Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With," and Bread's "Make It With You," and the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby," as well as tried and true favorites "Respect," "Don't Play That Song," and "Spirit in the Dark," which brought Ray Charles out of the audience for a spirited duet.

Gerald Albright - Live At Birdland West (1991)  

Posted by TestTickles at Oct. 25, 2015
Gerald Albright - Live At Birdland West (1991)

Gerald Albright - Live At Birdland West (1991)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 470 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 167 mb
Genre: jazz, smooth jazz, post bop

Live At Birdland West is an official 1991 live album by Gerald Albright. It was his 4th album for Atlantic Records.

(Arte) Aretha Franklin - Live in Amsterdam, 1968 (2011)  

Posted by Morocco at Nov. 26, 2011
(Arte) Aretha Franklin - Live in Amsterdam, 1968 (2011)

(Arte) Aretha Franklin - Live in Amsterdam, 1968 (2011)
TNT-Rip by Clo2 | French (Subs), English | 42min | 544 x 408 | 25.000 fps | Avi | MPEG-4 XviD @ 797 Kbps | MP3 @ 160 Kbps | 292 MB
Genre : Documentaire / Documentary, Musique / Musical

Un concert légendaire de la Lady of Soul, alors au sommet de son art : elle vient de remporter cette année-là deux Grammy Awards (sur les dix-huit de sa carrière). Voix puissante et irrésistiblement profonde, Aretha Franklin décolle avec une reprise déchaînée de Satisfaction des Stones, avant d’enchaîner les hits, dont le Come back Baby de Ray Charles. Mais le moment le plus fort du concert reste Dr Feelgood, un blues lent que la diva a écrit avec Ted White, son mari. Frissons garantis.

Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)  

Posted by coster1906 at May 8, 2010
Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)

Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)
Jazz | KPFA-FM radio broadcast | EAC (secure mode) | FLAC | 360 MB
Recorded: October 15, 1970 | Total Time: 63:49 | RAR 5% Recovery | Host: RS.com

This is not taken from the Fillmore Tree. The Fillmore Tree version is about 25 mns. This here is almost the complete show, only "Directions", the set-opener is missing: total time is about 64 mns. This FM source sounds great.
King Crimson - Park West, Chicago, Illinois - March 14, 2003 (2007) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}

King Crimson - Park West, Chicago, Illinois - March 14, 2003 (2007) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}
FLAC (tracks) - 16bit/44kHz - Official Digital Download (dgmlive.com) -> 623 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 235 Mb | Artwork (pdf+jpg) | 5% repair rar
© 2003, 2007 Discipline Global Mobile / King Crimson / DGMlive.com
Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

“Who would’ve ever thought that you’d hear the word ‘happy’ so many times in a King Crimson song” says a grinning Adrian Belew mid-way through what must be one of Crimso’s most playful of gigs. It’s clear from the off that the band are enjoying being back in what is known to be a very KC-friendly venue. Looking out at the crowd Belew exclaims “These are our people!” And he wasn’t the only one to be impressed that night. “Hooray! A most enjoyable show at Park West” wrote Robert Fripp in his diary. “A generous audience and, significantly, the area in front of the band was standing - this is a first at Park West in 23 years of playing here. We are used to looking out at tables, right up to the stage. This seems to be the best format for us: standing at the front, seating at the back, sides & above. A well-spirited performance from band & audience.”
Aretha Franklin - Oh Me Oh My: Aretha Live in Philly, 1972 (2007)

Aretha Franklin - Oh Me Oh My: Aretha Live in Philly, 1972 (2007)
R&B | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Atlantic/Rhino RHM2 07757 limited edition | rel: 2007 | 390Mb

This nearly hour-long live set captures Aretha Franklin – the unmitigated Queen of Soul – during a 1972 appearance at a National Association of Radio and Television Announcers function in the City of Brotherly Love. Franklin was cresting a secondary wave of success thanks to the crossover appeal of Aretha Live at Fillmore West (1971). Plus, her most recent studio offering Young, Gifted and Black (1972) also spawned a pair of Top Ten pop singles – the funky opener "Rock Steady" and the jazzy "Day Dreaming," the latter of which is linked here in a medley alongside the 1968 hit "Think." Likewise, she combines a verse and chorus of her signature sides "I Never Loved a Man (The Way That I Love You)" and "I Say a Little Prayer".
Aretha Franklin - Let Me In Your Life (1974) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Aretha Franklin - Let Me In Your Life (1974)
FLAC tracks 24bit/192kHz | Front Cover | 1.6GB + 5% Recovery
Studio Master, Official Digital Download, Rhino Atlantic

Regarded as one of Aretha’s best albums off Atlantic Records, Let Me In Your Life reached #1 on Billboard’s Top R&B charts. Teaming up with legendary Atlantic producer Jerry Wexler, the queen of soul delivered her trademark vocal chops. The recording would yield three highly successful singles, “Until You Come Back To Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do),” “Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing” and “I’m In Love.” The track, “Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing” would win Aretha a GRAMMY® for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.
Aretha Franklin - Young, Gifted And Black (1972/2012) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Aretha Franklin - Young, Gifted And Black (1972)
FLAC tracks 24bit/96kHz | Front Cover | 915MB + 5% Recovery
Studio Master, Official Digital Download, Rhino Atlantic

It's nearly impossible to single out any of Aretha Franklin's early-'70s albums for Atlantic as being her best, particularly given the breadth of her output during this era. In terms of albums rather than singles, it's probably her strongest era, and if you count live albums like Amazing Grace, choosing a standout or a favorite record isn't any easier. Yet of this stunning era, Young, Gifted and Black certainly ranks highly among her studio efforts, with many arguing that it may be her greatest. The album is Top 10 Gold-certified. The album won Aretha a 1972 Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance of the year.