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Robert Miles - Thirteen (2011) {S:alt CD012}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 28, 2011
Robert Miles - Thirteen (2011) {S:alt CD012}

Robert Miles - Thirteen (2011) {S:alt CD012}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 356MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 132MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Electronic, Downtempo, Ambient

Robert Miles has taken years to produce this album, protected from the vicious claws of society, only by a personal demand for pushing music beyond what record labels insist will stir souls, but really pillage wallets. After experiencing international acclaim from his album Dreamland in 1996, he experienced legal troubles debating the rights to his artistic expression and exploration. Despite these struggles Miles persisted, starting his own record label S:alt Records and has since experienced due success.

Robert Miles - Dreamland [Remastered] (2016)  Music

Posted by varrock at Dec. 9, 2016
Robert Miles - Dreamland [Remastered] (2016)

Robert Miles - Dreamland [Remastered] (2016)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Tracks: 12 | 78:17 min | 187 Mb
Style: Electronic, Trance, Dance, Chillout | Label: Smilax Records

Italian dream-house DJ Robert Miles rose from relative obscurity to score one of the biggest and most unlikely hits of 1996 with his monster single "Children." Born Roberto Concina in 1969 to a military family stationed in Switzerland, he did not return to Italian soil until the age of ten, settling in the town of Fagagna. Raised primarily on the classic American soul sound of the 1970s, Miles began studying piano as a teen, and at 13 began DJing local house parties. By the late '80s he was regularly spinning hardcore trance sets at Venice area clubs under the name Robert Milani, eventually adopting the name Miles as symbolic of the musical journey awaiting him. In time, he assembled a basic studio system comprising a sampler, mixer, keyboard, and 32-track digital board, accepting production work with the Italian label Metromaxx.
Robert Miles - Dreamland ~ New Edition (1996) [Japanese Release]

Robert Miles - Dreamland ~ New Edition (1996) [Japanese Release]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 472 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 178 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 103 Mb
Genre: Electronic, House, Dream Trance | Label: BMG, Deconstruction | # BVCP-993, 74321-43660-2 | Time: 01:14:27

Italian pianist turned DJ Robert Miles scored a massive international hit with his wonderful, dreamy dance cut "Children" (one of the 1990s biggest and best dance hits) from his debut album Dreamland. The album at times sounds as if it were one continuous song (or set of beats with similar chord progressions) stretched over an hour, which may detract some, but, in essence, is what makes his sonic dreamscape so engaging. It's at once both dancefloor and chill out material; one of those discs where one can hit the play button, drift into a different dimension, and forget about worldly worries. Dreamland, which is both melancholy and blissful, succeeds in its simplicity.

Robert Miles & Trilok Gurtu - Miles_Gurtu (2004) [lossless]  Music

Posted by stfine at March 9, 2010
Robert Miles & Trilok Gurtu - Miles_Gurtu (2004) [lossless]

Robert Miles & Trilok Gurtu - Miles_Gurtu (2004) [lossless]
Futuristic Jazz, Electronica | APE image + cue + log | covers | 233 MB (incl. recovery)
Label: Salt Records/SALTCD011

A slightly bizarre pairing of two regarded musicians, in the form of pianist turned electronic composer "Robert Miles", and celebrated percussionist "Trilok Gurtu". Here they are collaborating on a joint effort that encompasses everything from creative Jazz, to melodic electronic breakbeat. The dynamics behind this are relatively simple: Miles provides the musician soundspaces, keyboards, melodies, breaks and string arrangments, and Gurtu provides his quite staggeringly array of tabla, snare, drums, clay pot & percussive beats either, over the top or subtly texturing the sound with compelling rhythms. (with the help of various artists such as `Nitin Sawhney' on guitar & `Adrian Bradbury' on cello).

Robert Miles - 23am (1997)  

Posted by watashiwa at Sept. 6, 2009
Robert Miles - 23am (1997)

Robert Miles - 23am
1997 | Trance / Electro | 11 track | 01:01:01
APE (img+cue+log) [374.79 MB + 3%] | Flac (Tracks) [422 Мб +3%]| Mp3 320 kbps CBR [137.42 MB + 3%]

23am is the second album by composer Robert Miles, released in 1997. It is a splendid product of Robert Miles' continuing growth as an artist. Comparing tracks from "Dreamland" to "23am" reveals new depth and appeal. Though it is among my favorite CDs, "Dreamland's" tracks tend to share the same fundamental sound throughout the album. Robert Miles introduces greater variety in "23am", providing each track with it's own distinct character. The true value of this album is found by sitting back at the end of a long day, closing your eyes, and savoring it's entire length. Robert Miles' new sound is beautiful, yet unobtrusive. It fuels the imagination, and sets the mind at ease.

Robert Miles - Children  Music

Posted by ams09 at April 7, 2009
Robert Miles - Children

Robert Miles - Children (1996)
Trance | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 56 Mb
Deconstruction | 74321 34832 2

Trilok Gurtu & Robert Miles - Miles_Gurtu  

Posted by Buaires at Aug. 13, 2007
Trilok Gurtu & Robert Miles - Miles_Gurtu
genre: jazz / fusion | Label: Shakti | 2004 | mp3 320 kb/s | PT: 42:14 | 96 MB

This collaboration between electronic music whiz Robert Miles and percussionist Trilok Gurtu is its own curiosity piece. Full of lush, meandering soundscapes that employ everything from chilled-out jungle vistas to breakbeat and trip hop, from groove and creative jazz to the deep layering of traditional and popular Indian melodies from that country's classical, folk, and Bollywood traditions. Yet this set is hardly a mishmash: each of the record's 13 tracks are compositions as well as collaborations. Dynamics, textures, melodies, themes, and variations are all closely tailored for maximum effect. And while it feels much more like a Miles outing– given the propensity of keyboards and samplers – it is Gurtu's organic percussion that shoots through everything and provides a base form which all things grow into endless night stratosphere, and a territory of homecoming and eternal return…

Robert Miles featuring Maria Nayler - One & One  Music

Posted by ams09 at April 6, 2009
Robert Miles featuring Maria Nayler - One & One (1996)
House, Trance | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 43 Mb
Deconstruction | 74321 42769 2

Italian producer Roberto Concina born on November 3, 1969. He spearheaded the 'dream-house' sound in the mid 1990's with his worldwide hit single 'Children' and the subsequent album 'Dreamland'. 'One & One' features vocals from Maria Nayler.
Miles Davis - The Columbia Years 1955-1985 [4CD BoxSet] (1988) {Columbia} [repost]

Miles Davis - The Columbia Years 1955-1985 [4CD BoxSet] (1988) {Columbia}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.52 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 612 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 322 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1988 Columbia / Legacy / Sony Music | C4K 86569
Jazz / Cool / Modal Music / Fusion / Trumpet

This was the first real attempt by Columbia to make any comprehensive sense of Miles Davis' colossal output for the label. This set, then, was bound to be controversial no matter how it turned out, but even so, Columbia could have done better with a strictly chronological approach. Instead producer/compiler Jeff Rosen had the cockeyed notion of organizing each of the original five LPs around a single theme.

Robert Stanley - In My Bones (2013)  

Posted by popsakov at June 1, 2013

Robert Stanley - In My Bones (2013)

Robert Stanley - In My Bones (2013)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 401 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 150 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Rock, Blues, Folk, Psychedelic | Robert Stanley | RSCD7002

A fiery and intense blend of Rock, Blues, and psych-folk. Be aware - from the vocals, to the guitars, to the lyrics - this is an adventurous Rockabluesic journey that will crawl into your brain cells. This album takes you on an adventure: from the cold tundra of a hard world to the passions of real love. It snakes through the swamp, passes through love’s playgrounds, gets lost in the mist of a forest, and ends up in a flame of fire and light. Robert’s brand of music, Rockabluesic, is punctuated by some of the best guitar you will ever hear. On top of that, the vocals can be haunting or bone-shaking. It has been variously described as breathtaking, life-changing, soothing, and powerful enough to drive a railroad spike. One thing is certain: it will take you to places you’ve always wanted to believe existed.