MC Squared Tantalizing Colours The Reprise Recordings

MC Squared - Tantalizing Colours: The Reprise Recordings (2012)

MC Squared - Tantalizing Colours: The Reprise Recordings (2012)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Now Sounds, CRNOW 34 | ~ 349 or 145 Mb | Scans Included
Baroque Pop, Sunshine Pop, Psychedelic Pop

Repressing of this UK collection. MC Squared-featuring folk renegades from the Back Porch Majority, as well as legendary studio musicians Jim Keltner and Randy Sterling-recorded four exciting singles for Reprise Records during 1967 and 1968. Sounding like a unique hybrid of the Mamas and the Papas and Jefferson Airplane, the Los Angeles-based quintet failed to generate commercial success, and as a result their long-lost 1968 album has since been confined to the vaults…
Jack Nitzsche - Three Piece Suite: The Reprise Recordings 1971-1974 (2001)

Jack Nitzsche - Three Piece Suite: The Reprise Recordings 1971-1974 (2001)
Avantgarde, Classic Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 77 min | 183 MB
Label: Rhino Handmade | Rel: 2001

Only from the Rhino Handmade web-based audio salon could such a fulfilling reissue project have likewise been so thoroughly executed. Keen-eyed and eared pop music enthusiasts will undoubtedly recognize Jack Nitzsche from his involvement with Phil Spector's "Wrecking Crew" and later as a producer/arranger and writer for a spectrum of talent that includes but is by no means limited to Leslie Gore, Art Pepper, Tim Buckley, Neil Young, John Tesh, Mink DeVille, and the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Three Piece Suite: The Reprise Recordings 1971-1974 gathers three disparate sonic situations under which Nitzsche recorded, and of these only the orchestrated St. Giles Cripplegate has been issued in any form. Very little is known with regard to the other recordings, besides the fact that they were on deposit in the Warner Bros. tape archives. St. Giles Cripplegate features the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) performing six original Nitzsche scores. According to Elliot Mazer's liner notes essay, the album was the direct result of the jaw-dropping orchestral arrangements Nitzsche had done for Neil Young's Harvest album specifically on the tracks "There's a World" and "A Man Needs a Maid."
Lee Hazlewood - Strung Out on Something New: The Reprise Recordings (2007)

Lee Hazlewood - Strung Out on Something New: The Reprise Recordings (2007)
Folk, Baroque Pop, Singer-Songwriter | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 156 min | 363 MB
Label: Rhino Records | Rel: 2007

A curious thing about the legacy of cult weirdo Lee Hazlewood is how it's been shaped by the mere availability or better still, the unavailability of his material: all of it was difficult to find for a long, long time but as it started to eke out on CD in the late '90s, it was the late '60s and early '70s recordings, even the early sides for MGM, that appeared, never the Reprise Recordings that perhaps accounted for his strongest impression in the public in the '60s. Rhino Handmade rectified this wrong in 2007 with the release Strung Out on Something New: The Reprise Recordings subsequently released in a less limited incarnation in the U.K. which rounds up all of his Reprise recordings apart from his duets with Nancy Sinatra: the acoustic 1965 LP The N.S.V.I.P.'s, 1966's Friday's Child, 1968's Love and Other Crimes, plus two non-LP singles and a host of Hazlewood productions for other Reprise acts, including Jack Nitzsche, Duane Eddy, Sanford Clark, and Dino, Desi & Billy.
Fats Domino - Sweet Patootie: The Complete Reprise Recordings (1967-70) {Warner-Rhino Handmade Limited Edition rel 2004}

Fats Domino - Sweet Patootie: The Complete Reprise Recordings (1967-70) {Warner-Rhino Handmade Limited Edition rel 2004}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 486 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 187 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 22 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1967-70, 2004 Reprise / Warner / Rhino Handmade | Numbered Limited Edition | 603497 788026
Rock & Roll / Rhythm and Blues / Boogie-Woogie / Piano Blues / Jazz

Of all the early rock & rollers, Fats Domino was the easiest to take for granted, since he made it all seem so easy. Even when it rocked hard, his music was so relaxed, so friendly that it sounded effortless and natural, which was part of the reason that his classic recordings for Imperial in the '50s were so consistently enjoyable. All the hits, many of their flips sides, and most of his album cuts were flat-out fun – maybe not as revolutionary as work by Little Richard, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, and the Everly Brothers, but his body of work for Imperial not only stands proudly next to theirs, but is just as influential. This much is clear after years of hindsight, but in the late '60s he was as passé as any of his peers, even if there were legions of new rockers, from the Beatles to Randy Newman, who were raised on his music.
Little Richard - King Of Rock And Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings (2004) [3 CDs Set, Numbered limited edition] RE-UP

Little Richard - King Of Rock And Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings (2004)
3x EAC-FLAC(Tracks) with CUEs & LOGs - 1,31 GB | Full Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 473 MB
3 CDs Set, Numbered limited edition | TT - 208:52 minutes | Label: Rhino Handmade # RHM2 7888
Sinatra & Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings (Original recording remastered) (2010)

Sinatra & Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings (Original recording remastered) (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks + cue + log) | No scans | 1 CD
Jazz | Label: Concord Records | Catalog Number: 32026 | 327 MB (RAR 4% Rec.)

For the first time in over three decades, the Frank Sinatra/Antonio Carlos Jobim recordings are now together in The Complete Reprise Recordings, the most comprehensive compilation of the Sinatra/Jobim sessions yet. The re-mastered classics of the two late musical legends include "Dindi," "How Insensitive," "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars," and of course, "The Girl from Ipanema," a Jobim masterpiece covered by numerous colleagues such as pianist Vince Guaraldi. In addition to those, there are three new bonus tracks on this reprise that allow for a new compositional spark that perfectly compliment the jazz standards that Jobim arranges in his distinct Brazilian bossa nova style. The Complete Reprise Recordings are a must-have for any collector, and a new lifestyle for dedicated Sinatra/Jobim fans…
Elvis Presley - Elvis Studio Sessions '56: The Complete Recordings (2017)

Elvis Presley - Elvis Studio Sessions '56: The Complete Recordings
Rock & Roll, Oldies | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 225:02 min | 528 MB
Label: Memphis Recording Service | Tracks: 90 | Rls.date: 2017

3CDs containing the complete archival studio master and session recordings of Elvis Presley in 1956 along with bonus interviews. All tracks have been remastered and restored.
Christoph Eschenbach: The Early Recordings (2011) (6 CD Box Set)

Christoph Eschenbach: The Early Recordings (2011) (6 CD Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image+.cue, log) | 05:30:33 min | Covers included | 1,12 Gb
Genre: Classical / Label: Brilliant Classics

Christoph Eschenbach is one of today’s foremost conductor-pianists. This fascinating retrospective focuses on his brilliant early career as a pianist, when his searching musical intelligence, formidable technique and enthusiastic engagement with the music of his, and our, time produced many recordings that have stood the test of time.
Yehudi Menuhin - The Menuhin Century: The Historic Recordings (2016) (18 CD Box Set)

Yehudi Menuhin - The Menuhin Century: The Historic Recordings (2016) (18 CD Box Set)
MP3 320 kbps | 18 CDs, 22:02:20 min | Covers included | 2,96 Gb
Genre: Classical / Label: Warner

The Menuhin Century commemorates the 100th anniversary of his birth on 22 April 1916.These recordings depict Menuhin as a maker of musical history and place him in the context of momentous historical events.
Géza Anda - The Telefunken Recordings (2015) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Géza Anda - The Telefunken Recordings (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 86:59 minutes | 905 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Géza Anda: The Telefunken Recordings - masterpieces of incisive poetry and brilliant technique.
These recordings are characterised by Géza Anda's distinctive balance of spontaneity and intellectual control, incisive poetry and brilliant technique. Géza Anda bestows upon his audience not only a pianistic and musical moment of glory, but also invites them to witness the birth of a pianistic aestheticism where objectivity and fantasy are no contradiction but are dependent on each other.