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Jerry Lee Lewis - At Sun Records: The Collected Works - "What the Hell Else Do You Need?" (2015) [18CD Box Set] {Bear Family}

Jerry Lee Lewis - At Sun Records: The Collected Works - "What the Hell Else Do You Need?" (2015) [18CD Box Set] {Bear Family}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 4.55 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 2.80 Gb | Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 59 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2015 Bear Family Records | BCD 17254 RL
Rock & Roll / Country / Rhythm & Blues / Rockabilly / Honky Tonk

Sam Phillips didn't record anybody else the way he recorded Jerry Lee Lewis. With other artists, he pushed and prodded, taking his time to discover the qualities that made them uniquely human, but with Jerry Lee, he just turned the tape on and let the Killer rip. There was no need to sculpt because Lewis arrived at Sun Studios fully formed, ready to lean back and play anything that crossed his mind. Over the course of seven years, that's more or less how things were run at Sun: Lewis would sit at the piano and play, singing songs that were brought to him and songs that crossed his mind, and Sam never stopped rolling the tape.
Jerry Lee Lewis  - A Whole Lotta Jerry Lee Lewis (2012) {4CD Box Set Salvo Records SALVOBX410}

Jerry Lee Lewis - A Whole Lotta Jerry Lee Lewis (2012) {4CD Box Set Salvo Records SALVOBX410}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 1.91 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 699 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 62 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2012 Salvo Records | SALVOBX410
Rock & Roll / Rockabilly / Honky Tonk / Country

Four-disc monument to the Killer, containing no filler… What with one thing and another, it took the Grand Ole Opry a while to invite Jerry Lee Lewis to make his debut. Sixteen years, in fact, from his first hits (“Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On”, “Great Balls Of Fire” ) to finally ushering the Killer onto the stage of Nashville’s Ryman auditorium in January 1973. The high temple of the country music establishment had their reasons for hesitating. Lewis was not known for family-friendly behaviour, unless one counts as such already having three families by this point – one, to the detriment of his box office, with a cousin he’d wed when she was thirteen. But he’d grown up, surely. He was pushing 40. He’d married for a fourth time, to someone old enough to vote. And he was reinventing himself as a proper country singer – he’d had hits with versions of Kris Kristofferson’s “Me & Bobby McGee”, Jimmie Rodgers’ “Waiting For A Train” and Ray Griff’s “Who’s Gonna Play This Old Piano?”. The Opry prepared to formally welcome the black sheep to the fold.
Classic Jerry Lee Lewis: The definitive edition of his Sun recordings 1956-1963 (1989) re-up

Classic Jerry Lee Lewis (1989) [8 CDs Box]
The Definitive Edition of his Sun recordings 1956-1963

EAC-FLAC(tracks)+CUEs+LOGs - 3,03 GB | Full Scans + Boolklet - 1,1 GB
Rock & Roll | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Over than 10 hours of Music | 1372 MB
Complete Sun recordings / 246 tracks / 30 unissued performances / Bear Family Records #BCD 15420 HH

This massive box consists of the first act of the Killer's career, the complete output from his 1956-1962 years at Sun Records, wherein a bible school dropout with a high country tenor, a ten-fingered demolition derby piano attack out of boogie-woogie, and a miscegenation-spurred penchant for pouring blues idioms into his hillbilly music puts him on the Rushmore of the Founding Fathers of Rock and Roll, along with Elvis and Chuck Berry.
Various - Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia (2016) [Official Digital Download]

V.A. - Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia (2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/48 kHz | Time - 155:53 minutes | 1,99 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia was recorded live at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland in May 2015. This historic one-night event honoured Jerry Garcia, one of the most influential musicians and cultural icons of our time. Among the performers celebrating Garcia are Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart, along with Eric Church, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Frampton, Jorma Kaukonen, Los Lobos, Grace Potter and several others.

Jerry Garcia - Garcia Plays Dylan (2005)  Music

Posted by uff at March 19, 2015
Jerry Garcia - Garcia Plays Dylan (2005)

Jerry Garcia - Garcia Plays Dylan (2005)
Rock | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Rhino 8122 73263 2, HDCD | rec: 1973-95 | 930Mb

This double-disc anthology works well as a thematic companion to Postcards of the Hanging: The Grateful Dead Perform the Songs of Bob Dylan (2002). Similarly, Ladder to the Stars: Garcia Plays Dylan (2005) examines the unique relationship between the pair, featuring Jerry Garcia (guitar/vocals) in a variety of musical settings spanning nearly a quarter century. While the occasional exception exists, the contents are primarily presented in a chronological fashion.
David Grisman & Jerry Garcia - Garcia Grisman Alternate (1991/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

David Grisman & Jerry Garcia - Garcia/Grisman Alternate (1991/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 58:07 minutes | 1,26 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

In celebration of the late Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday, David Grisman unveils a new collection of nine previously unreleased Garcia/Grisman alternate takes in the new high-definition (24 bit, 96 khz) format. This HD release affords listeners an opportunity to enjoy "Grateful Dawg" music in a sonically superior format with different versions of "The Thrill Is Gone," "Friend of the Devil," "Russian Lullaby," "Arabia" and five others, providing insight into how these two legendary American musicians approached this material.
Jerry Garcia - All Good Things (box set) (2004) [Reuploaded]

Jerry Garcia - All Good Things (box set) (2004)
rock | 6cd | EAC Rip | wv + Cue + Log | covers
Rhino | R2 78063 | HDCD | 2950Mb

Even among Deadheads, there's always been a sense that Jerry Garcia's studio albums have been somewhat ignored. Part of this ties back to the often repeated urban legend that the Grateful Dead were never as good in the studio as they were live – an argument that has some truth but tends to downplay the merits of the studio albums, which had their own distinct attributes. This also applies to Garcia's studio records, but as a whole they're more problematic than the Dead's catalog.

Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band - Almost Acoustic (1987)  Music

Posted by intothe at Aug. 12, 2009
Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band - Almost Acoustic (1987)

Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band - Almost Acoustic (1987)
Rock | EAC rip (FLAC+CUE+LOG) & MP3 (320) | 366 + 162 MB | full scans
Line | 70:11 | RAR with 5% recovery

Jerry Uelsmann & Maggie Taylor: This is not Photography (2012)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at Dec. 10, 2012
Jerry Uelsmann & Maggie Taylor: This is not Photography (2012)

Jerry Uelsmann & Maggie Taylor: This is not Photography
English | MOV | 960 x 540 | AVC ~1359 Kbps | 23.976 fps
AAC | 160 kbps | 168 KHz | 2 channels | 1h 35min | 1.99 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Photography

He experiments in a darkroom. She composes on a computer screen. Together, husband-and-wife artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor create haunting, layered dreamscapes that push the boundaries of photography's possibilities. This documentary from lynda.com explores both the technical and emotional aspects of Jerry's and Maggie's work, from the composition to the criticism, with insight from other preeminent voices in photography.
Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley (2017)

Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley (2017)
Classic Rock, Blues, Folk, Jam Band, Psychedelic Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:11:29 | 270 MB
Label: Round Records

GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders’s August 11th, 1974 performance at Keystone in Berkeley, CA. Joining Garcia & Saunders this evening were John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As the site of over 200 performances by Garcia in various configurations, the Keystone Berkeley stage likely felt more like an extension of the Saunders’ family garage where the group would often practice. It was a space without pressure or pretense one in which they could freely experiment with arrangements, new repertoire and, most of all, just play.