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Billy Joe Shaver - Tramp on Your Street  Music

Posted by Duketeh at March 15, 2010
Billy Joe Shaver - Tramp on Your Street

Billy Joe Shaver - Tramp on Your Street
EAC Secure Rip | Flac, Tracks+CUE, LOG+Scans 295 MB | MP3 320 Kbps+Cover 102 MB
Alt-Outlaw Country | Release Date: August 10, 1993
Label Praxis/Zoo/BMG 11063-2 | Time 48:22


* CD Review Magazine picked this as album of the month and Country album of the year *
** Stereophile Magazine Records To Die For **

Billy Joe Shaver's first recording in six years is a stunner. Partnering with his guitar-slinging son, Eddy, Tramp on Your Street is a rollicking yet intimate ride through the world Billy Joe-style. There are smoking country rockers that are brazen, raw, and in-your-face, such as the sizzling remake of "Been to Georgia on a Fast Train" (which is now the definitive version), "The Hottest Thing in Town," "I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal," and the blues-rock of "I Want Some More/TennTex Tear Down." There is the restless Bob Wills swing of "Good Old U.S.A." and the shuffling Texas stroll of "If I Give My Soul." And of course, in the title track, "When Fallen Angels Fly," and the Louvin Brothers-inspired "I'm Gonna Live Forever," there are the searing, completely naked lyrics of repentance, deliverance, and doubt that have been a part of Shaver's music form the beginning. Without them, the center would be missing. The big question for most is: Can Billy Joe rock at his age? The answer is that with Eddy beside him turning it up, he can not only rock, he can roll too. This is a partnership based on respect, tough love, and iconoclastic musical ideals. It's deep in the roots of the sill and even deeper in the Shavers' blood. Tramp on Your Street is a monumental return to recording for Billy Joe Shaver and a triumph of Eddy's musical direction and six-string skill.
All Music Review by Thom Jurek
VA - Golden Records: The Early Songwriting Genius Of Joe South 1961-1966 (2015)

VA - Golden Records: The Early Songwriting Genius Of Joe South 1961-1966 (2015)
Pop Rock, Country, Folk, Oldies | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:17:40 | 178 MB
Label: Rare Rockin Records | Release Year: 2015

Joe South entered the Top 20 with his Grammy winning award song, Games People Play in 1969. The song was featured on his highly respected album, Introspect . Two years later, Lyn Anderson scored a big country/pop hit with another of Joe's songs, "Rose Garden". Joe's career, however, began ten years earlier and he did it all. He was a recording artist, in demand session player, songwriter and producer. He played an important role in the early career of the Tams and Billy Joe Royal and both acts have had rock and roll longevity. Golden Records 1961-1966 brings together the very best of Joe's songs from this period. Some he recorded himself, some he produced for others but he wrote them all.
Joe South - Introspect (1968) Don't It Make You Want To Go Home (1969) [2003] *Repost*

Joe South - Introspect (1968) Don't It Make You Want To Go Home (1969) [2003]
EAC, WavPack image, CUE+LOG - 479 MB | MP3 320 CBR - 184 MB
Complete 600dpi Art, JPG - 36 MB
Rock | 2003 Raven RVCD-175 | 5% recovery record | Source: Internet

These two late-'60s albums were released at the peak of Joe South's commercial success and visibility, coinciding with his hits "Games People Play" (which appears on 1968's Introspect) and "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" (which is on 1969's Don't It Make You Want to Go Home?). This Raven reissue combines both records onto one CD, with the addition of the way-cool psychedelic soul outing "Hole in Your Soul" (from the Games People Play album) as a bonus track.

Joe Beck & Ali Ryerson - Alto (1997)  Music

Posted by uff at March 14, 2016
Joe Beck & Ali Ryerson - Alto (1997)

Joe Beck & Ali Ryerson - Alto (1997)
Jazz | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
DMP SACD-06 | SACD Red Book Layer | rel: 1997 | 240Mb

Alto glimmers and shimmers along from start to finish. It's not "Easy Listening," but it is easy to listen to, and would appeal to the most inexperienced ears.

Dexter Gordon - Featuring Joe Newman (1976)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 14, 2014
Dexter Gordon - Featuring Joe Newman (1976)

Dexter Gordon - Featuring Joe Newman (1976)
Jazz, Hard Bop | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 56 min | 128 MB
Label: Monad | Rel: 1976

This live set is better than it appears at first glance. The recording quality is excellent and Dexter Gordon (who had recently returned to the U.S. after quite a few years in Europe) is in inspired form, really tearing into his solos with intensity. Trumpeter Joe Newman, who obviously had not played much with Gordon, has to fight to find a place for himself in the ensembles and is sometimes overextended in his solos, but his colorful tone is immediately recognizable. The rhythm section is fine in support with drummer Wilbur Campbell really pushing the group, and pianist Jodie Christian contributing some excellent solos.
Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover (1997) + Under Cover 2 (1999) [Japanese Ed.]

Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover (1997) + Under Cover 2 (1999) [Japanese Ed.]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 854 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 303 Mb | Scans | 271 Mb
Genre: Hard Rock, Tribute | Label: Pony Canyon Inc.

"Under Cover" is the third solo album of Joe Lynn Turner, released in 1997. It mostly consists of covers of artists that had a great influence on Turner. On the Japanese version of the album, Gimme Some Lovin' and I'm Your Man are two separate tracks instead of one. "Under Cover 2" is the 5th solo album of Joe Lynn Turner released in 1999. Just like Under Cover, the album consists mainly of covers of Turner's favourite artists. Due to successful sales of the previous edition, the label asked him to record a follow-up. The Race Is On is a re-recorded version of a song that appeared on Turner's solo debut album, Rescue You.

Joe Ely - Twistin' In the Wind (1998)  Music

Posted by plonker at Feb. 21, 2014
Joe Ely - Twistin' In the Wind (1998)

Joe Ely - Twistin' In the Wind (1998)
Country-Rock, Singer/songwriter | EAC rip | WV: IMG+CUE+LOG -> 415 MB | mp3@VBR V0 -> 132 MB
58:08 min | scans -> 65 MB | 3% recovery | UL & FF | MCA Nashville UMD 80488
Joe Beck and Ali Ryerson - Alto (1997) [Reissue 1999] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Joe Beck and Ali Ryerson - Alto (1997) [Reissue 1999]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 51:52 minutes | Scans included | 1,56 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 997 MB

The renowned guitarist Joe Beck together with premier jazz flutist Ali Ryerson have teamed to create a remarkably accessible new sound by pairing alto flute & a unique new guitar approach with compelling arrangements that emphasize beauty & melody. Percussionist Steve Davis joins Beck & Ryerson on half of the pop, jazz, & folk standards. Alto is the 1st commercial recording captured with Sony & Philip's Direct Stream Digital (DSD) technology…

Joe Ely - Satisfied At Last (2011)  Music

Posted by countryfreak at Nov. 4, 2011
Joe Ely - Satisfied At Last (2011)

Joe Ely - Satisfied At Last (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) + CUE + LOG | 266 MB | + Covers
Genre: Country/Outlaw Country | Label: Rackem Records | Catalog Number: 005 | Release Date: Jun 6, 2011
RAR 5% Rec. | Rapidshare + Filesonic

The second song on Joe Ely's 2011 album Satisfied at Last is titled "Not That Much Has Changed," and it's hard not to think that sums up the album pretty well. That isn't an insult: Ely has been making records since 1972, he knows his craft well, and he's still one of the most consistently rewarding artists to come out of the Texas singer/songwriter community. His voice is in great shape on Satisfied at Last, he brings a genuine passion and soul to his performances in the studio, and his tales of outlaws and ramblers trying to make their way under the big sky of the Southwest are still resonant, intelligent, and down to earth. But while some Joe Ely albums find the man experimenting with his style or embracing a more ambitious concept, Satisfied at Last is 39 minutes of the man doing what he's been doing for a long time, and as a consequence, it's somewhat short on surprises…..

Joe South - Anthology (1968-1975) (1999)  Music

Posted by 4-F at Jan. 25, 2010
Joe South - Anthology (1968-1975) (1999)

Joe South - Anthology (1968-1975) (1999)
Rock | 1999 Raven RVCD-94 | 5% recovery record | RS & HF | Source: cd, my rips & scans | 3 audio formats (all tagged)
EAC WavPack img+cue+log, secure, 492mb | Foobar Flac tracks+log+no cue, secure, compression level 5, 494mb
mp3 320 cbr (lame 3.97) 219mb | full artwork, 600dpi jpegs

It's hard to call Joe South a neglected artist, since so many of his songs have become pop standards, often through covers by other artists. "Hush" was Deep Purple's breakthrough, "Down in the Boondocks" was Billy Joe Royal's big hit, Lynn Anderson is forever identified with "Rose Garden," the Tams had a hit with "Untie Me," and Elvis Presley turned "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" into a signature anthem late in his career. Plus, South himself had big hits with "Don't It Make You Want to Go Home?" and "Games People Play," the latter of which won two Grammy Awards.