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Various Artists - Rock Me Gently - Australian Pop Of The 70's Vol. 4 [2CD] (2012)

Various Artists - Rock Me Gently - Australian Pop Of The 70's Vol. 4 [2CD] (2012)
Pop, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE + LOG + Artwork-600dpi (JPEG) | 63:30 + 72:38 Min | 1,04 Gb
Label: Sony Music Entertainment Australia Pty Ltd. (AU) | Released: 2012, January, 31

2012 two CD collection. The Australian Pop Series has become Australia's most comprehensive collection of heritage hit music ever issued on CD from our formative years, the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Again, like the earlier successful Volumes, this latest in the series is compiled by and features many quintessential Aussie hits and artists - many tracks highly sought after and in demand in recent years including some hits making their CD debut with all tracks selected from charts around Australia with the three decades represented again in this collection. Includes tracks from , , , , , , , and many others.
Various Artists - Keep On Rockin' - Australian Pop Of The 70's Vol. 5 [2CD] (2014)

Various Artists - Keep On Rockin' - Australian Pop Of The 70's Vol. 5 [2CD] (2014)
Pop, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE + LOG + Artwork-600dpi (JPEG) | 76:32 + 79:00 Min | 1,13 Gb
Label: Sony Music Entertainment Australia Pty Ltd. (AU) | Released: 2014, July, 29

Australian-only two CD set. Carefully selected by compilation producer . Volume 5 brings together more all-time Aussie Classics and rare titles representing the '70s. Features original hit versions. Mastered from the best possible sources with many titles remastered from the original studio tapes for this release. Contains over 40 chart hits. Including , (with their other hit), , , and CD debuts for , , , through to progressive rock classics from and . Also featured is Number 96's with her smash 1973 hit and 's hit cover of a song.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Detroit: The Evolution Of Detroit Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Detroit: The Evolution Of Detroit Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 537 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 443 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

Detroit in the 1940s and ‘50s didn’t have a thriving record industry like Chicago. Detroit artists went there because that’s where the companies were. Even musicologist Alan Lomax made just one visit for the Library of Congress in 1938, when he recorded Calvin Frazier and Sampson Pittman. Nevertheless, enterprising individuals like Jack and Devora Brown, Bernard Besman and Joe Von Battle did their best to reflect the city’s musical talent.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - West Coast: The Evolution Of West Coast Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - West Coast: The Evolution Of West Coast Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 567 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 438 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

California experienced a phenomenal growth in independent recording in the postwar years, after decades of dominance by the major labels. Millions had flocked there during the war years and they needed entertainment.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Atlanta: The Evolution Of Atlanta Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Atlanta: The Evolution Of Atlanta Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 562 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 453 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

Like Memphis, Tennessee, Atlanta was a staging post for itinerant musicians and like Memphis, it was home to an impressive number of guitarists who established a very distinctive style of playing that became synonymous with the city. It was also the location for the first country blues artist, Ed Andrews, to be recorded. Three years later, Julius Daniels was the first Carolina bluesman to record. Atlanta was also a recording centre for out-of-state artists such as Blind Lemon Jefferson, Bo Carter, the Memphis Jug Band, Blind Willie Johnson and Hambone Willie Newbern. A further school of blues gathered around Peg Leg Howell and Eddie Anthony.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Memphis: The Evolution Of Memphis Blues 1927-1958 (2009) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Memphis: The Evolution Of Memphis Blues 1927-1958 (2009) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 687 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 467 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

Memphis was the town blues musicians passed through on their way to Chicago. But some of them stayed and the record companies sent their mobile units to record them. Over a three-year period from 1927, an astonishing amount of talent was recorded: local stars like the Memphis Jug Band, Frank Stokes, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Jim Jackson, Furry Lewis, Robert Wilkins, Bukka White, Memphis Minnie, Joe Callicott and Sleepy John Estes.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Chicago: The Evolution Of Chicago Blues 1925-1958 (2009) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Chicago: The Evolution Of Chicago Blues 1925-1958 (2009) {3 CD Box Set}
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Blues / Regional Blues

People call Chicago The Home Of The Blues. It may not be where the blues came from but it s where the blues came to live. It’s the place where Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and Jimmy Reed laid down the songs that inspired the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds. The blues was the bedrock on which Jimmy Page created Led Zeppelin, the band that helped to change pop music forever. Chicago was the mecca for Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Magic Sam, Elmore James and a host of others who arrived in the city to make their fortune. The process had begun decades earlier, when record companies first came to town.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - New Orleans: The Evolution Of New Orleans Blues (2011) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - New Orleans: The Evolution Of New Orleans Blues (2011) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 585 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 425 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

Music was paramount in New Orleans, a town where they liked jazz with their blues. Regular blues musicians like Richard ‘Rabbit’ Brown got on disc when the record companies came to town. In general bluesmen and women came from out of town for their sessions, Texans like Lillian Glinn, Will Day, Oscar Woods and Blind Willie Johnson or Mississippians Bo Carter, the Mississippi Sheiks and Walter Jacobs, or out-of-towners like Little Brother Montgomery. New Orleans also saw the first recordings by fascinating Cajun musicians like Amédé Ardoin, Dewey Segura, Lawrence Walker and Cléoma Falcon, who put down their version of 12-bar blues.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Nashville: The Evolution Of Nashville Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Nashville: The Evolution Of Nashville Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 571 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 416 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

Mention Nashville and the first thing that enters most minds will be Country Music and the Grand Ole Opry. Then again, for true believers the city is also the nation’s centre for Bible publishing. Perhaps less well-known but in striking contrast to God and double-knit suits is that throughout the late 1940s and 1950s, Nashville was also the home of a thriving blues and R&B recording industry. Principal among the labels were Bullet, Republic, Tennessee, Nashboro and Excello, with a welter of smaller ones such as World, Mecca, J-B and Cheker.
Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Texas: The Evolution Of Texas Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}

Various Artists - Let Me Tell You About The Blues - Texas: The Evolution Of Texas Blues (2010) {3 CD Box Set}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 528 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 448 Mb
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Blues / Regional Blues

‘The blues come to Texas, loping like a mule,’ Blind Lemon Jefferson sang through a shower of surface noise as he made his recording debut in March 1926. He established the primacy of Texas blues musicians that continued unchallenged for the next 30 years, encompassing the likes of Henry ‘Ragtime’ Thomas, Texas Alexander, T-Bone Walker, Smokey Hogg, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown, Clarence Garlow, Lil’ Son Jackson, Lowell Fulson and Frankie Lee Sims. Other famous musicians recorded when they were passing through Texas, and that included Lonnie Johnson, Walter Davis, The Mississippi Sheiks, Robert Johnson, Roy Brown, Joe Turner, Honeyboy Edwards, Memphis Slim and Jimmy McCracklin.