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Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970) Reissue 1992  Music

Posted by Designol at Nov. 17, 2017
Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970) Reissue 1992

Freddie King - My Feeling For The Blues (1970) Reissue 1992
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 219 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 96 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Texas Blues | Label: Cotillion/Atlantic | # 7 90352-2 | 00:36:02

The mid-to-late Sixties was a strange and difficult time for many Blues men - most were without contracts, forgotten and under-appreciated. Then the Blues boom happened (particularly in the UK) and many had their careers kick-started all over again. Freddie King was no exception. His last album had been for Federal in 1964, but with a new lease of life on the mighty Atlantic label, he produced two much revered LPs in rapid succession. The first was "Freddie King Is A Blues Master" released in 1969 on SD 9004 - and then this peach - "My Feeling For The Blues" on Cotillion SD 9016 released in early 1970.
Ray Charles - The Genius Sings The Blues (1961) [MFSL, 2010] (Repost)

Ray Charles - The Genius Sings The Blues (1961) [MFSL, 2010]
EAC Rip | APE (image+.cue+log) - 120 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 94 MB | Covers (12 MB) included
Genre: Piano Blues, R&B, Soul | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (UDSACD 2049), Mono

The Genius Sings the Blues began as a simple compilation. Comprised of a dozen songs Ray Charles made between 1952 and 1960, the collection was released in 1961 by Atlantic Records to counter the singer’s migration to rival ABC Paramount. What Atlantic originally underestimated is that the album contained many of Charles’ greatest works, all unified by their bluesy emotions and stirring arrangements. A classic of the soul and R&B canon, The Genius Sings the Blues is a snapshot of the evolution of timeless American music captured by the pianist’s indelible rhythmic pace, gospel roots, jazz backgrounds, and Southern-styled accents…
Freddie King, Albert King, Earl King - We Three Kings Of Blues Guitar (2013)

Freddie King, Albert King, Earl King - We Three Kings Of Blues Guitar (2013)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 320 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 125 Mb | Scans included | 00:50:40
Electric Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues | Label: Fuel | # 302 061 993 2

Curious, isn't it, how some of the greatest guitarists in post-war Blues history all shared the same regal surname? And entirely fitting. Freddie, Albert, and Earl King royally ruled the Blues kingdom with their brilliant innovations and seminal licks. All of them greatly impacted the Rock field as well. Eric Clapton cites Freddie as a major influence, while Stevie Ray Vaughan was an Albert acolyte. Jimi Hendrix did a dynamite version of Earl's 'Let The Good Times Roll.' These three kings of the electric Blues guitar played a mammoth role in defining the sound of post-war Blues guitar. Their influence remains monumental to this day.

Grover - Grover Sings the Blues (1974)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Nov. 26, 2017
Grover - Grover Sings the Blues (1974)

Grover - Grover Sings the Blues (1974)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 72 mb
Genre: children's

Grover Sings the Blues is the 1974 album by Grover Monster, who is better known under his first name, Grover. This is his debut album after spending four years on the PBS children's TV show Sesame Street, where he continues to live to this day. This was released by the Children's Television Workshop and is brought to you by the letters G and M and by the number 1.
Carmen Gomes Inc - Carmen Gomes Sings The Blues (2017) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/192kHz]

Carmen Gomes Inc. - Carmen Gomes Sings The Blues (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 51:58 minutes | 2,32 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Small front

Carmen Gomes has won many awards in the Netherlands and surrounding areas. Like so many new European singers, she sings in English. Her style is bluesy and intimate with a sexy voice that's sweet as dark tupelo honey, and her interpretations are unerring. Idea of this album would take on the challenge of reinterpreting Harry Belafonte's "Belafonte Sings the Blues" was originally suggested by Harry van Dalen, owner of the eminent High End audio shop Rhapsody. He thought that Carmen’s band would be perfect for reinterpreting the mood and the sound of the classic album.
Juanita Hall - Juanita Hall Sings The Blues (1958) DCC Reissue 1996

Juanita Hall - Juanita Hall Sings The Blues (1958) Mastered by Steve Hoffman
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 245 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 119 Mb | Scans included
Blues, Vocal Jazz, Swing | Label: DCC Compact Classics | # DJZ-623 | 00:37:42

Juanita Hall is best-known for being a stage actress, playing Bloody Mary in South Pacific. However on this 1958 set for Counterpoint, she shows that she could effectively sing blues. Mostly sticking to songs from the Bessie Smith songbook (including "You've Been a Good Old Wagon," "Gimme a Pigfoot" and "Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out"), Hall's extroverted and shouting style fit the music quite well. Pianist Claude Hopkins arranged for the sextet and gathered quite an all-star backup group that includes tenor-saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, clarinetist Buster Bailey and trumpeter Doc Cheatham. Well worth getting.
Tony Bennett - Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues (2001) Repost / New Rip

Tony Bennett - Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 326 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 138 Mb
Full Scans (PNG, 400 dpi) ~ 163 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Vocal Jazz, Blues | RPM Records / Columbia #CK 85833

Tony Bennett's latter-day albums tend to have themes, and this one has two, as indicated by its double-barreled title: It is both a duets album and a blues album. The duet partners include ten singers who range from his recent touring partners Diana Krall and k.d. lang to fellow veterans Ray Charles, B.B. King, and Kay Starr, and younger, but still mature pop stars Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, and Billy Joel. All sound happy to be sharing a mic with Bennett. Not surprisingly, the singer's conception of the blues does not extend to the Mississippi Delta or the South Side of Chicago; rather, he is interested in the blues as filtered through the sound of the Swing Era, particularly from around Kansas City, and as interpreted by Tin Pan Alley and show tunes…
Albert King - I'll Play The Blues For You (1972) Expanded Remastered 2012 [Re-Up]

Albert King - I'll Play The Blues For You (1972) Expanded Remastered 2012
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 377 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 140 Mb | Scans ~ 65 Mb
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues | Label: Concord Music/Stax | # 0888072337169 | 01:00:59

It's not as if Albert King hadn't tasted success in his first decade and a half as a performer, but his late-'60s/early-'70s recordings for Stax did win him a substantially larger audience. During those years, the label began earning significant clout amongst rock fans through events like Otis Redding's appearance at the Monterey International Pop Festival and a seemingly endless string of classic singles. When King signed to the label in 1966, he was immediately paired with the Stax session team Booker T. & the MG's. The results were impressive: "Crosscut Saw," "Laundromat Blues," and the singles collection Born Under a Bad Sign were all hits. Though 1972's I'll Play the Blues for You followed a slightly different formula, the combination of King, members of the legendary Bar-Kays, the Isaac Hayes Movement, and the sparkling Memphis Horns was hardly a risky endeavor. The result was a trim, funk-infused blues sound that provided ample space for King's oft-imitated guitar playing.
B.B. King - Everyday I Have The Blues (2005) [Quadromania, Jazz Edition] 4CD Box Set

B.B. King - Everyday I Have The Blues (2005) [Quadromania, Jazz Edition] 4CD Box Set
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 925 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 461 Mb | Scans | 33 Mb
Membran International GmbH | 222452-444
Blues, Electric Blues

This 4 CD set features 50 tracks by legendary blues guitarist B.B. King. 24 bit/96 kHz remastered Jazz series from Quadromania • Jazz Edition, all of them are issued as 4 CD sets.
John Lee Hooker - Sings The Blues (1961) & Sings Blues (1960) {Soul Jam Records 600843 rel 2014}

John Lee Hooker - Sings The Blues (1961) & Sings Blues (1960) {Soul Jam Records 600843 rel 2014}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 359 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 180 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 47 Mb | 5% repair rar | 24bit remastered
© 1960-61, 2014 Crown / King / Soul Jam Records | 600843
Blues / Electric Blues / Delta Blues / Acoustic Blues / Detroit Blues / Blues Revival

John Lee Hooker developed a “talking blues” style that became his trademark. Though similar to the early Delta tradition, his metrically free approach and unique sound would make him a staple of Detroit blues. Often called the “King of the Boogie,” Hooker's driving, rhythmic approach to guitar playing has become an integral part of the blues. This quintessential release includes two albums from the beginning of his career: Sings the Blues (Crown 1961) and Sings Blues (King 1960). Although the two records share nearly identical titles, each contains a different and excellent track list. The former LP features great electric numbers such as “Hug and Squeeze (You),” “Good Rockin' Mama,” and “The Syndicate,” while the latter contains Hooker's solo recordings originally issued on the Modern label. Both albums have been remastered and packaged together in this very special collector's edition, which also includes 5 bonus tracks from the same period.