Osez la fessée  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at Dec. 18, 2009
Osez la fessée

Italo Baccardi, "Osez la fessée"
La Musardine | 2005 | ISBN: 2842712056 | 108 pages | PDF | 12,3 MB
Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier (1955) + Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1956) + Extras

Davy Crockett: Double Feature + Extras
King of the Wild Frontier (1955) + Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1956)
BRRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 720 | x264 @ 2560 Kbps | 92 min + 81 min | 1,96 Gb + 1,71 Gb + 523 Mb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 320 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Family, Adventure, Comedy, Western

Put on your coonskin cap and get set to travel back to the days when the nation was young and its roads were paved with nothing but action and adventure! It was a big country – full of bold dreams, larger-than-life characters and an untamed frontier that stretched farther than the eye could see. And now, for the first time ever, a legend comes to life as Davy Crockett makes his Blu-ray debut in two of Disney's best-loved classics: DAVY CROCKETT, KING OF THE WILD FRONTIER and DAVE CROCKETT AND THE RIVER PIRATES. Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the tales that~introduced America to one of its most fearless folk heroes.
Gregg Diamond, Bionic Boogie ‎- Hot Butterfly (1978) [2005 Japan]

Gregg Diamond, Bionic Boogie ‎- Hot Butterfly (1978) [2005 Japan]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 293 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Soul | Label: P-Vine Records | Catalog Number: PCD-7262

Diamond wrote the song "Hot Butterfly," which was released in 1978 under one of his group's names, Bionic Boogie, with Luther Vandross providing lead vocals. The song was later covered by David Lasley, The Sweet Inspirations, and Chaka Khan.
Professor Longhair - Tipitina: The Complete 1949-1957 New Orleans Recordings (2008)

Professor Longhair - Tipitina: The Complete 1949-1957 New Orleans Recordings (2008)
Blues, RnB, Jazz, Piano | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Scans | 122 min | 301 MB
Label: Traditions Alive | Rel: 2008

As the title indicates, "Tipitina: The Complete 1949-1957 New Orleans Recordings" offers everything anybody could hope for from Professor Longhair's early days. These recordings come from a variety of record labels and span the late '40s to the mid-1950s. The recording quality varies but is as a whole, very good. Considering the age, these songs sound surprisingly good. During the Professor's resurgence era, he went on to cut many great albums like "Crawfish Fiesta." At the end of the day, "Tipitina" documents Fess' golden period.

Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women (1990) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at July 18, 2015
Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women (1990) [Repost]

Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women (1990)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 290 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 132 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Modern Acoustic Blues, Folk-Blues | Label: Alligator Records | # ALCD 4780 | Time: 00:42:37

In 1984, three middle-aged women (guitarist Gaye Adegbalola, bassist Earlene Lewis and pianist Ann Rabson) came together to play blues as Saffire. Their 1990 Alligator CD is still Saffire's best all-around recording. Even overlooking the novelty of three women giving a female and middle-aged slant to the blues, this is a highly enjoyable and musical set. Assisted on three numbers by Mark Wenner's harmonica, Saffire plays spirited versions of such tunes as "Middle Aged Blues Boogie," "Even Yuppies Get the Blues," "Fess Up When You Mess Up," "I Almost Lost My Mind" and their theme "Wild Women Don't Have the Blues." Recommended.
Professor Longhair - The Last Mardi Gras (1978) [2CD] {2014 Atlantic-Real Gone Music Remaster}

Professor Longhair - The Last Mardi Gras (1978) [2CD] {2014 Atlantic-Real Gone Music Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 520 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 207 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 22 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2014 Atlantic / Real Gone Music | RGM-0222
Blues / R&B / Jazz / Rock & Roll / Piano

As the originator of the rhum-boogie, that amalgam of rhumba and boogie-woogie peculiar to New Orleans, Henry Roeland Roy Byrd a.k.a. Professor Longhair was a seminal influence on several generations of Crescent City stars, everybody from Fats Domino to Huey Smith to Allen Toussaint to Dr. John. But, as album producer (and controversial biographer of Elvis, John Lennon and Lenny Bruce) Albert Goldman writes in his liner notes to The Last Mardi Gras, the Professor was was wasting away in comparative obscurity while the record companies either refused to cut him or sat upon the records he had already made. So Goldman, who at the time was music critic for Esquire, campaigned in the magazine s pages for proper recognition of the New Orleans legend, and, lo and behold, Atlantic Records stepped forward with a 16-track mobile recording unit to get the job done.

The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)  Video

Posted by Sartre at May 18, 2015
The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)

The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)
DVDRip | MKV | 1hr 27mn | 1104x480 | x264 -> 2000 kbps | AC3 Mono 192 kbps | 1.34 GB
Adventure-Western | Language: English | Subtitles: English | NitroFlare/1Fichier

Disney's The Great Locomotive Chase is a dramatic retelling of the actual Civil War events which inspired the Buster Keaton comedy The General. Fess Parker stars as James J. Andrews, the famous Union spy who masterminded the theft of an entire Confederate train. To accomplish this mission, Andrews and his cohorts pose as Kentuckians, board the train, and bide their time until they can pull off the robbery. Unfortunately for the Northerners, plucky young conductor William A. Fuller (Jeffrey Hunter, in the "Keaton" role), resentful that his train was stolen out from under him, pursues Andrews' raiders by foot, handcar, and locomotive. No matter what obstacles are placed in his way by Andrews' men, Fuller persists in his chase. Eventually captured, Andrews and his cohorts plan a daring escape, which serves as the film's pulse-pounding climax. Filmed on location in Georgia, The Great Locomotive Chase was well-received by audiences and critics alike. The lone dissenter was Buster Keaton, who felt that Disney made a mistake by turning the Southern characters into the "bad guys."
Écoute audio - Spécial cinéma. 05/2015: Französisch lernen Audio - Kino-Special

Écoute audio - Spécial cinéma. 05/2015: Französisch lernen Audio - Kino-Special
Publisher: Spotlight | 2015 | German/French | MP3 56 Kbps +PDF Booklet | Lenght: 01:02:00 | 21.7 Mb

Das Filmfestival in Cannes bietet den Anlass für eine Rückschau auf preisgekrönte französische Filme. Außerdem geht es um die körperliche Züchtigung, deren Verbot in Frankreich auf einigen Widerspruch stößt. …
Walt Disney Treasures - Davy Crockett: The Complete Televised Series 1954-1955 (2001)

Walt Disney Treasures - Davy Crockett: The Complete Televised Series 1954-1955 (2001)
2xDVD9 | Untouched | ISO | NTSC 4:3 1.33:1 640x480 VBR 29.97 fps | 368 mn | 12.72 GB
Audio: English AC-3 Dolby Digital Stereo @ 192 kbps 48.0 kHz | Subtitles: English for Hard of Hearing | Artwork: Covers, Labels, Booklet (JPG)
Extras: Menu, Episode Selection, Supplemental Features | Genre: Tv Series, Family, Western, Adventure | Country: USA

James Booker - Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976 (2014)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Nov. 21, 2014
James Booker - Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976 (2014)

James Booker - Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976 (2014)
Blues, Soul, Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:32:36 | 354 MB
Label: Rockbeat Records | Release Year: 2014

Certainly one of the most flamboyant New Orleans pianists in recent memory, James Carroll Booker III was a major influence on the local rhythm & blues scene in the '50s and '60s. Booker's training included classical instruction until age 12, by which time he had already begun to gain recognition as a blues and gospel organist on radio station WMRY every Sunday. The rediscovery of "roots" music by college students during the '70s (focusing primarily on "Fess" by Professor Longhair) provided the opportunity for a comeback by 1974, with numerous engagements at local clubs like Tipitina's, The Maple Leaf, and Snug Harbor. As with "Fess," Booker's performances at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festivals took on the trappings of legendary "happenings," and he often spent his festival earnings to arrive in style, pulling up to the stage in a rented Rolls Royce and attired in costumes befitting the "Piano Prince of New Orleans," complete with a cape.