Bossa Nova And Blues

Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Bonus Tracks) (2014)  Music

Posted by DjangoTiger at Aug. 9, 2014
Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Bonus Tracks) (2014)

Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Bonus Tracks) (2014)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 18 Tracks | 52:07 | 122 MB
Genre: Blues | Label: Lilith Records

Guitarist Freddie King rode to fame in the early '60s with a spate of catchy instrumentals which became instant bandstand fodder for fellow bluesmen and white rock bands alike. Employing a more down-home (thumb and finger picks) approach to the B.B. King single-string style of playing, King enjoyed success on a variety of different record labels. Furthermore, he was one of the first bluesmen to employ a racially integrated group on-stage behind him. Influenced by Eddie Taylor, Jimmy Rogers, and Robert Jr. Lockwood, King went on to influence the likes of Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Lonnie Mack, among many others.

Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Japan Edition) (1996)  Music

Posted by countryfreak at Sept. 15, 2010
Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Japan Edition) (1996)

Freddy King - Bossa Nova And Blues (Japan Edition) (1996)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) + CUE + LOG | 196 MB | + Covers
Genre: Blues/Modern Electric | Label: P-Vine Records | Catalog Number: 3833 | Original Release Date: 1962 | RAR 5% Rec. | RS.com + HF.com

Freddie King (also known as "Freddy" early in his career) was born in Gilmer, a rural town near Longview and east of Dallas, Texas. No relation to either B.B. or Albert King, Freddie was taught the guitar by his mother and an Uncle while he was still a child. Originally an acoustic, country blues-styled guitarist in the style of Lightnin' Hopkins and Blind Lemon Jefferson, King became enamored of the electrified Chicago blues sound of artists like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf as a teen.
BBC - The Girl from Ipanema: Brazil, Bossa Nova and the Beach (2016)

BBC - The Girl from Ipanema: Brazil, Bossa Nova and the Beach (2016)
HDTV | 1280 x 720 | .MKV/AVC @ 2300 Kbps | 58mn 37s | 1.02 GB
Audio: English AAC 127 Kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary

Katie Derham travels to Rio de Janeiro (where her father was born) to explore the story behind Brazil's most famous and enduring song. Written in 1962 by Antonio Carlos Jobim with lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes, with a later English translation by Norman Gimbel, The Girl from Ipanema defines the moment Brazil charmed the world stage with a laidback song about a haunting woman.
VA - Bossa Nova: Cool Bossa Nova And Hip Samba Sounds From Rio De Janeiro (2016)

VA - Bossa Nova: Cool Bossa Nova And Hip Samba Sounds From Rio De Janeiro (2016)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:38:22 | 228 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Bossa Nova, Soul, Funk, Pop, Lounge, Chillout / Label: WeWantSounds

Bossa Nova revolutionised the world in the 60s but the revolution was already bubbling from the late 50s. Chronicling the birth of the movement. Featuring key artists like João Gilberto, Vinicius de Moraes, Elis Regina, Elza Soares, who is making a highly-acclaimed come-back and Vinicius de Moraes, as well as more cult musicians like Orlann Divo, Johnny Alf and Celso Murilo. Bossanova is the perfect mix of early Bossa and Samba Canção, with its more relaxed Samba singing. Tune up to the cool Brazilian sounds of the Bossanova. Compiled by the Wewantsounds clique the features 40 tracks with an essay with track by track analysis from French journalist Jacques Denis Liberation.
Laurindo Almeida & The Bossa Nova Allstars - Viva Bossa Nova! (1962)

Laurindo Almeida & The Bossa Nova Allstars - Viva Bossa Nova! (1962)
Jazz | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Capitol, TOCJ-50003 | rem: 2010 | 210Mb

Although Laurindo Almeida was involved in many top notch authentic Bossa Nova albums, he was hardly a purist and didn’t mind mixing pop elements with Bossa Nova with the intent of reaching a broader audience. Such is the case with “Viva Bossa Nova!” from 1962, the rhythms are pure Bossa Nova, and they are expertly played, but the melodies come from popular movies and TV shows.

Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at April 12, 2015
Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova [repost]

Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova
MP4 | AVC 750kbps | English | 864x486 | 29.97fps | 2h 12mins | AAC stereo 128kbps | 879 MB
Genre: Video Training

In this accelerated introduction to bossa nova rhythm guitar for intermediate players and beyond, Fareed shows you the authentic bossa nova rhythms and chord voicings used by the Brazilian greats including Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Luis Bonfa, Baden Powell and many others. Fareed breaks the style down into one versatile rhythm pattern that underlies almost every bossa nova tune and then shows you the classic chord voicings used by most bossa nova guitarists. You'll put that all to work as you learn and play along to six etudes, each of which follows an essential chord progression found in many famous bossa nova tunes.

Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova (2013)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at May 26, 2013
Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova (2013)

Truefire - Fareed Haque's 1-2-3 Bossa Nova
DATA-DVD | English | MP4 | 864 x 486 | AVC ~718 Kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 113 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 02:12:00 | 879 MB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar Tutorial

In this accelerated introduction to bossa nova rhythm guitar for intermediate players and beyond, Fareed shows you the authentic bossa nova rhythms and chord voicings used by the Brazilian greats including Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Luis Bonfa, Baden Powell and many others. Fareed breaks the style down into one versatile rhythm pattern that underlies almost every bossa nova tune and then shows you the classic chord voicings used by most bossa nova guitarists.

Nara Leão – The Muse Of Bossa Nova  Music

Posted by vozdobrasil at May 21, 2011
Nara Leão – The Muse Of Bossa Nova

Nara Leão – The Muse Of Bossa Nova (2003)
MP3 320 Kbps CBR |168,36 MB | Covers
Bossa Nova – Jazz - Brazilian - Latin| Label: Wrasse Records

Nara Lofego Leão was a Brazilian bossa nova and MPB (popular Brazilian music) singer and occasional actress.

VA - Bossa Nova & the Story of Elenco Records: Brazil (2011)  Music

Posted by Manavgat at March 11, 2011
VA - Bossa Nova & the Story of Elenco Records: Brazil (2011)

VA - Bossa Nova & the Story of Elenco Records: Brazil (2011)
MP3 AVG 180 kbps | 23 Tracks | 85 MB | Release Date: March 8, 2011 | No Scans
Genre : Bossa Nova, Latin, World | Label: Soul Jazz Records | Total Length: 63:33 min

2011 release, an incredible collection of Bossa Nova tracks from Brazil's infamous Elenco Records, the legendary record label whose releases represent a who's who of Bossa Nova artists in Brazil in the 1960s. Elenco Records' iconic output represented the pinnacle of Bossa Nova music in Brazil during this celebrated era. The best artists, the best designs, the best music, the best everything! Elenco is the definitive Bossa Nova label (the equivalent of Studio One in Reggae, Blue Note in Jazz etc). None of these tracks have ever before been released outside of Brazil, and, over the years, Elenco releases have become the holy grail for fans and collectors alike of Brazilian music. Essential for anyone interested in Bossa Nova and the music of Brazil!

Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by countryfreak at Sept. 21, 2010
Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970) [Re-Up]

Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) + CUE + LOG | 218 MB | + Covers
Genre: Blues/Modern Electric | Label: Atlantic (1992) | Catalog Number: 90352
Original Release Date: Dec 1969 | RAR 5% Rec. | Uploaded

Sweet electric blues from Freddie King – and a record that features a surprising set of arrangements from Donny Hathaway! The album's more Freddie's than Donny's, but it's a great meeting of the two talents under the Atlantic-endorsed Cotillion banner – served up with an unusual studio lineup that includes Frank Wess and George Coleman on tenor sax, Willie Bridges on baritone, Ernie Royal on trumpets, and Cornell Dupree on rhythm guitar. The horns keep things full and soulful, and make the album a bit less rock-directed than some of King's other efforts from the 70s – and at some of the hipper moments, you can definitely hear some deeper sophistication on the charts that clearly marks Hathaway's presence. King Curtis arranged one track on the set – "Woke Up This Morning" – and other Donny-arranged tunes include "Yonder Wall", "Stumble", "I Wonder Why", "What'd I Say", "The Things I Used To Do", and "My Feeling For The Blues".