San Francisco Lithographer

San Francisco Lithographer: African American Artist Grafton Tyler Brown  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Jan. 25, 2016
San Francisco Lithographer: African American Artist Grafton Tyler Brown

Robert J. Chandler, "San Francisco Lithographer: African American Artist Grafton Tyler Brown"
English | ISBN: 0806144106 | 2014 | PDF | 264 pages | 581 MB
Dirty Deeds: Land, Violence, and the 1856 San Francisco Vigilance Committee (Audiobook)

Dirty Deeds: Land, Violence, and the 1856 San Francisco Vigilance Committee By Nancy J. Taniguchi, read by Gary D. MacFadden
2017 | ASIN: B074PC29KV | English | MP3@64 kbps | 11 hrs 3 min | 266 MB

HBO - San Francisco 2.0 (2015)  Video

Posted by Tutorial at Aug. 6, 2017
HBO - San Francisco 2.0 (2015)

HBO - San Francisco 2.0 (2015)
HDTV | 1280 x 720 | .MP4/AVC @ 3876 Kbps | 39 min 51 s | 1.12 GB
Audio: English AAC 160 Kbps, 6 channels | Subs: None
Genre: Documentary

Alexandra Pelosi looks at how the digital gold rush has affected the progressive nature of San Francisco, long regarded as the US capital of counterculture.
Albert King - Crosscut Saw: Albert King In San Francisco (1983) Reissue 1992 [Re-Up]

Albert King - Crosscut Saw: Albert King In San Francisco (1983) Reissue 1992
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 321 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 139 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues | Label: Ace | # CDSXE 076 | Time: 00:47:12

Crosscut Saw reissues Albert King's 1983 album San Francisco '83 (a studio album, not a live one), adding two previously unreleased cuts. His first new release in five years, it wasn't one of King's better records – but it did represent a return to a basic five-piece sound, an improvement upon his over-produced outings of the late '70s.
Bob Scobey's Frisco Band and Clancy Hayes - Direct From San Francisco! (1956) (1992  Reissue)

Bob Scobey's Frisco Band and Clancy Hayes - Direct From San Francisco! (1956) (1992 Reissue)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Artwork | 190 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 95 mb
Jazz, Blues | Label: Good Time Jazz - L-12023

This is an enjoyable date of Dixieland, emphasizing familiar warhorses. Trumpeter Bob Scobey is in his usual consistent form and is assisted in the frontline by trombonist Jack Buck and clarinetist Bill Napier. Banjoist Clancy Hayes has six excellent vocals (particularly "Curse of an Aching Heart" and "Travelin' Shoes"), and the spirit and high musicianship overcome the familiar repertoire.
Buddy Guy - Left My Blues In San Francisco (1967) [Original Chess Masters, 1987] Repost

Buddy Guy - Left My Blues In San Francisco (1967)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 233 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 111 Mb | Scans included
Chicago Blues, Electric Blues | Label: Chess/MCA | # CHLD 19032 | Time: 00:32:49

A classic recording by one of Chicago blues' finest living legends, Left My Blues in San Francisco consists of 11 smoking tracks, featuring Buddy Guy's matchless guitar work and equally distinctive vocals. This recording is for people who like their blues straight up; like whiskey, it burns all the way through. Included are some of Guy's classic original songs, such as "She Suits Me to a Tee" and "I Suffer with the Blues," as well as excellent performances of "Buddy's Groove," "Keep It to Yourself," and "Goin' Home." All of this material can also be found on the Complete Chess Studio Recordings collection, but if you're new to Buddy Guy, Left My Blues in San Francisco is an excellent place to start.

San Francisco (Postcard History Series)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at July 8, 2017
San Francisco (Postcard History Series)

San Francisco (Postcard History Series) by Robert W. Bowen
English | August 23rd, 2010 | ASIN: B0099VYT0I, ISBN: 0738580856 | 128 pages | EPUB | 10.50 MB

The golden age of postcards coincided with several momentous events in San Francisco history, including a major earthquake and fire destroying over one third of the city, rapid reconstruction, strikes, political upheaval, parades, festivals, and a world's fair.

AC/DC - Old Waldorf San Francisco 77 (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at July 6, 2017
AC/DC - Old Waldorf San Francisco 77 (2017)

AC/DC - Old Waldorf San Francisco 77
Hard Rock, Classic Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 59:33 min | 138 MB
Label: Air Cuts | Tracks: 10 | Rls.date: 2017

AC/DC, live from the Old Waldorf, San Francisco on 3rd September 1977. Already a big draw in Australia and the UK, AC/DC were determined to crack the United States in 1977. Having replaced bassist Mark Evans with Cliff Williams in June, they headed over there to promote their new Let There Be Rock album, performing in many small clubs, as well as supporting bigger bands in larger venues. This classic set, broadcast on KSAN-FM, captures them at their early peak, performing their unique brand of bludgeoning rock n roll to an ecstatic audience. It s presented here with background notes and images.
San Francisco Symphony & Michael Tilson Thomas - Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 6 (2017) [24/192]

San Francisco Symphony & Michael Tilson Thomas - Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 6 (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 21:53 minutes | 842 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony present their first-ever digital-only release with Berg's fantastical Three Pieces for Orchestra. This release launches the Symphony’s new digital-only series by its eight-time Grammy Award winning in-house record label, SFS Media. Presented in studio master-quality for download and streaming, experience one of the finest examples of Berg’s brilliant artistry in this transfixing work of tragic premonition and drama.
Gyorgy Ligeti - Double Concerto, San Francisco Polyphony, etc. (1987) {BIS-CD-53}

György Ligeti - Double Concerto, San Francisco Polyphony, etc. (1987) {BIS-CD-53}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 373 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 175 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 25 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1974-87, 1987 Grammofon AB BIS | BIS-CD-53
Classical / Chamber Music / Concerto / Modern Classical / Modern Composition

In 1961, the young Hungarian composer György Ligeti did a pretty amazing thing: he wrote a piece called Atmospheres, in which almost nothing happens, extremely slowly. The European avant-garde was still obsessed with quantifying musical parameters, with crystallizing pitch, duration, timbre, and register into rigid regions, radiating with speed and hardness – and then Ligeti cast out this massive orchestral goo, the enemy of all geometries, devoid of contours and as slow and gaseous as a trip through Saturn. A paean to all mysterious and intangible, Atmospheres initialized both a brilliant swerve from the music of its time, and a kind of life-journey for Ligeti's own incipient voice: a musical vision on the verge of disintegration, inventively trying to put itself back together, to re-integrate.