Martin Carthy 1st Album

Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy (1965) Reissue 1993  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 18, 2016
Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy (1965) Reissue 1993

Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy (1965) Reissue 1993
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 204 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 97 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 90 Mb
Genre: British Folk, Celtic | Label: Topic Records | # TSCD340 | Time: 00:40:31

Carthy's debut album rates a place alongside the album by Bob Dylan, as the debut work of a man who ultimately revolutionized folk music performance in England (Carthy is mentioned as an influence on the notes to Dylan's Freewheelin' album). This is Carthy's purest and simplest folk effort, an all-acoustic recording done in barely an afternoon that includes his version of "Scarborough Fair," awhich Paul Simon learned from Carthy (including the chords and changes from Carthy's arrangement) and transformed into a hit of his own. Also here is "Two Magicians," a song that later entered the repertory Steeleye Span, and "Lovely Joan," a folk song that is most familiar to classical listeners as the source of the counter-melody to Ralph Vaughan Williams' "Fantasia on Greensleeves." The playing and the interpretations are somewhat less ambitious and rather rougher than subsequent efforts, with Dave Swarbrick guesting on fiddle on about half the tracks, and Carthy's guitar covering all but the acapella tracks.
Martin Carthy with Dave Swarbrick - Byker Hill (1967) Reissue 1991 [Repost]

Martin Carthy with Dave Swarbrick - Byker Hill (1967) Reissue 1991
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 231 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 124 Mb | Scans included
British Folk, Celtic | Label: Topic Records | # TSCD342 | Time: 00:40:21

One of the great duos of all time, Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick joined up in early spring 1966 as a performing unit and were an immediate hit becoming, overnight, the most popular group in the burgeoning folk club scene in Britain. Martin was already the most important solo singer/guitarist on the folk scene with two successful albums for Fontana (with Dave joining him on several tracks). Dave was causing a sensation with his virtuoso fiddle playing, reconciling traditional instrumental styles with modern ideas and technique. Released in 1967, this was Martin's third album and it presented a fully integrated duo sound with Dave Swarbrick. As they grew in confidence and dexterity, Martin & Dave tested themselves with tricky rhythms and challenging songs, and the title track electrified the folk scene with its audacious syncopation. The album was most carefully planned and executed and remains an outstanding achievement.
Martin Carthy with Dave Swarbrick - Second Album (1966) Reissue 1993

Martin Carthy with Dave Swarbrick - Second Album (1966) Reissue 1993
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Genre: British Folk, Celtic | Label: Topic Records Ltd | # TSCD341 | Time: 00:38:36

This record stands in British music history and Carthy's career roughly where Another Side of Bob Dylan does in American music–the more florrid tracks here, recorded with violinist Dave Swarbrick, show the path to the bridge between Carthy's traditional singer/scholar background and the folk-rock played by bands such as Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span. "Lord Franklin" is a narrative tour-de-force (from which Bob Dylan got the melody for "Bob Dylan's Dream" on Freewheelin' ), "Ramblin' Sailor" is boisterous cautionary tale about the company the title character keeps ashore, and there's also an acoustic recording of "Sailor's Life," a song that Fairport Convention would transmute into an epic electric version, and "Lowlands of Holland," which Steeleye Span later recorded.

Martin Carthy ‎– Landfall (1971) [Reissue 1996]  Music

Posted by hill0 at Oct. 23, 2016
Martin Carthy ‎– Landfall (1971) [Reissue 1996]

Martin Carthy ‎– Landfall (1971) [Reissue 1996]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) | 234 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 112MB | Artwork (JPG) | 87 MB | 47:52
Genre: Folk / Folk Rock / Singer-songwriter | Country: UK | Label: Topic Records | TSCD345

Martin Carthy’s 1971 solo album tunnels further than its predecessors into contemporary song, coming up with memorable performances of Dave Goulder’s January Man John Kirkpatrick’s Dust To Dust and David Ackles’ His Name is Andrew.
Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick - Byker Hill (1967) [1991, Topic Records]

Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick - Byker Hill (1967)
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log => 217 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps => 95 MB | Full Covers => 143 MB
Label: Topic Records | Catalog.#: TSCD 342 | Genre: Folk Rock, Singer-songwriter
RAR 3% Recovery Record

Byker Hill was the first album on which Carthy and Swarbrick had more than two or three hours' studio time, and, as a result, which was actually rehearsed and programmed weeks in advance. The results are less spontaneous than their earlier work, but also show a level of professionalism that few folk albums of the era ever demonstrated. The differences lie in the careful nuances, and the sophistication of the paired voice and instruments, which are much more studied than anything previously heard.

Martin Carthy - British Fingerstyle Guitar  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Kruzzz at Sept. 15, 2011
Martin Carthy - British Fingerstyle Guitar

Martin Carthy - British Fingerstyle Guitar (1992)
DVDRip | AVI / XviD 1040 Kbps | 640х480 | 29.97 fps | MP3 128 kbps | 480 MB
Language: English | Run Time: 55 min

Martin Carthy - Crown 0f Horn 1971  Music

Posted by micaus at Jan. 27, 2009
Martin Carthy - Crown 0f Horn  1971

Martin Carthy - Crown 0f Horn 1971
MP3 @ 224-256 | 60 MB | Covers
Genre: Traditional.

Though on its first release in 1976 Crown of Horn attracted attention with its unpredictable elements, such as Leon Rosselson's mordant song Palaces of Gold, the album can now be seen as a logical stage in Carthy's development, as well as a further bold demonstration of his creative approach to traditional song. A truly brilliant and important album from the legendary great guitarist, singer and interpreter of traditional song.

Oh Well - 1st Album (1989)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 9, 2015
Oh Well - 1st Album (1989)

Oh Well - 1st Album (1989)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
8ighty 8ight Records, 566-7 93447 2 | ~ 305 or 108 Mb | Scans(png) -> 105 Mb
House / Synth-pop

Oh Well were a British dance group that started in the late 1980s. They were relatively successful during their peak in 1989, but broke up soon after, due to lack of further chart success…
  Modern Talking - The 1st Album (1985) [Japan 1st Press, VDP-1026]

Modern Talking - The 1st Album (1985) [Japan 1st Press, VDP-1026]
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log -> 271.3 MB | Complete Scans -> 39.9 MB | RAR 3% Recovery
Label: Victor Musical Industries, Inc., Tokyo, Japan | Catalog#: VDP-1026
Genre: Electronica, Synthpop, Dance pop

The 1st Album is the debut album by Modern Talking, released on 1 April 1985 in Germany. The album contains two international hits "You're My Heart, You're My Soul" and "You Can Win If You Want", the first one of which peaked at No. 1 in many countries including Germany (where it spent six weeks at the top), Switzerland and Austria while entering the top-5 in other countries like France, Norway, Sweden. Both singles reached a gold status in Germany selling over 250,000 units respectively.

Foghat - Foghat [1st Album] (1972)  Music

Posted by Rehabilly at Sept. 2, 2009
Foghat - Foghat [1st Album] (1972)

Foghat - Foghat [1st Album]
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Blues-Rock / Boogie Rock / Hard Rock

Foghat are a British rock band who had their peak success in the mid- to late-1970s. Their style can be described as "Blues-rock", dominated by electric and electric slide guitar. The band has achieved five gold records.