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Jonny Lang - Fight For My Soul (2013)  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 14, 2017
Jonny Lang - Fight For My Soul (2013)

Jonny Lang - Fight For My Soul (2013)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 369 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 128 Mb | Scans ~ 112 Mb
Blues-Rock, Contemporary Blues, Gospel | Label: Provogue | # PRD 7419 2 | 00:55:57

Since the release of his 1997 major label debut Lie To Me, the then 16 year-old Lang has built a reputation as one of the best live performers and guitarists of his generation. It s been seven years since he released a new studio album but the wait is finally over. On September 17th, 2013 Lang will release Fight For My Soul the follow up to his 2006 GRAMMY Award-winning album Turn Around. Recorded over a period of three years, Lang collaborated with producer/songwriter Tommy Sims (who co-wrote Eric Clapton s GRAMMY-winning Change the World ) crafting the album s elegant rock n soul tracks from the ground up.

Joe Cocker - Hymn For My Soul (2008)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Aug. 21, 2016
Joe Cocker - Hymn For My Soul (2008)

Joe Cocker - Hymn For My Soul (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 270 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 100 Mb
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Rock, Blues | Fantasy #FCD-30398

The very title of Joe Cocker's Hymn for My Soul suggests that this, his 2007 studio album, is a gospel affair, or at least something inspired by faith – something that isn't true to the letter, yet there is something true about the spirit of this sentiment, for these are songs that serve as a tonic to Cocker's soul. He's pulled songs from several familiar sources – Stevie Wonder, George Harrison, Bob Dylan – and found other newer songs that share a similar sentiment, offering reassuring thoughts in troubled times. While nobody could ever claim that this album – produced by Ethan Johns, son of Glyn – has any grit, it nevertheless is warmer than recent Cocker discs…

Joe Cocker - Hymn for My Soul  Music

Posted by flodur at March 23, 2007
Joe Cocker - Hymn for My Soul

Joe Cocker - «Hymn for My Soul»
Genre: Pop | 1 CD | MP3 | VBR 192 Kbps | no Covers | 48 MB
New 2007 studio album

Joss Stone - LP1 (2011)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at July 25, 2011
Joss Stone - LP1 (2011)

Joss Stone - LP1
Soul | mp3 VBR 241 kbps | 40:13 min | 69,9 MB
Label: Neo/Stone'd Records/Surfdog Records (Sony Music) | Tracks: 10 | 2011-07-26

As a world-renowned soul singer who Smokey Robinson calls "Aretha Joplin," Joss has sold over 11 million records globally. She has also a Grammy winner, five-time Grammy nominee, and the recipient of two Brit Awards. Stone has established her own label, Stone d Records, hence the title of the first album to come out on the label, LP1. It is the first album Joss has recorded with total creative freedom. She co-wrote and co-produced it with super-producer and Eurythmics co-founder, Dave Stewart. Together they immersed themselves into a rock n soul musical odyssey in Nashville, Tennessee.
Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions Vol. 2 {Deluxe version} (2012) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions Vol. 2 (2012) [Deluxe version]
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 62:36 minutes | 1,4 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

GRAMMY Award-winning vocalist Joss Stone has released the eagerly anticipated reprise to her massive selling debut, "The Soul Sessions". Volume 2 is a stellar exercise in vocal poise, precision and passion. At the height of her vocal powers, Stone covers soul standards including “(For God’s Sake) Give More Power To The People,” “The High Road,” “While You’re Out Looking For Sugar” and “Pillow Talk.” Stone is joined by an extraordinary cast of musicians including Ernie Isley, Delbert McClinton, Clayton Ivey and others. The album reached the top 10 on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums, the Billboard 200 and Billboard’s Top Digital Albums. A must have!

Joss Stone - Colour Me Free (2009) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 3, 2018
Joss Stone - Colour Me Free (2009) [Repost]

Joss Stone - Colour Me Free (2009)
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Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Pop/Rock | Label: Virgin | # 509994 56817 2 1

The "free" in the title to Joss Stone's fourth album apparently refers to the neo-soul singer breaking free from the shackles of her major label, EMI, who apparently have not let Joss be Joss. That this constricting argument happens to be the exact same story line Stone used for 2007's Introducing Joss Stone, the splashy diva power trip meant to unveil the "real" singer, is conveniently forgotten, as is the modern R&B of that makeover, with Joss returning to all the retro-soul of her first two records. The one lingering element of Introducing is a propensity for melisma-laden oversinging, a tic that stands out greatly in the warmer, funkier settings of Colour Me Free!, helping Joss seem somewhat disconnected from the emotional thrust of her music. Still, her raw vocal skills remain impressive, as does her taste in soul, and even if this feels off-kilter, not quite achieving a balance between retro and modernity, it does beat with a messy human heart, one that was subdued on Introducing, so perhaps she did need to break free.

Joss Stone - LP1 (2011)  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 30, 2017
Joss Stone - LP1 (2011)

Joss Stone - LP1 (2011)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 261 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 92 Mb | Scans ~ 109 Mb | 00:40:12
Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Blues-Rock, Pop/Rock | Label: Stone'd, Surfdog | # 233454

LP1 marks the third successive album from Joss Stone where she’s attempting to hit the restart button on her career, to usher in a new beginning for the neo-soul diva or, better yet, find the right setting for her considerable gifts. This journey began with 2007’s splashy modern R&B set Introducing Joss Stone, a makeover she rebelled against on her major-label kiss-off Colour Me Free, and now that she’s truly independent, she’s aligned with Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart for LP1, returning to the classicism of her earliest work. There is a difference. Stewart is naturally reluctant to present Stone in a strictly soul setting; R&B is the foundation, but he dabbles in tight funk, folk, blues, Euro-rock, and modernist pop, giving LP1 just enough elasticity so it breathes and just enough color so it doesn’t seem staid.

Project Mama Earth & Joss Stone - Mama Earth (2017)  Music

Posted by delpotro at Nov. 9, 2017
Project Mama Earth & Joss Stone - Mama Earth (2017)

Project Mama Earth & Joss Stone - Mama Earth (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:30:18 | 69 Mb
World, Soul, Dub, Female Vocal | Label: Stone'd Records, Mascot Records

Preparation is overrated. Impulse is everything. Such was the rebellious wisdom that drove the sessions for Project Mama Earth's astonishing debut EP. In June 2017, five world-renowned musicians met in Devon England for a high-wire act unique in modern music. They had no songs. No chord charts. No game plan. No safety net. Nothing, in fact, but a plan to play and catch the sparks. Where a lesser band would have stumbled, the gauntlet was readily seized by the all-star Mama Earth lineup of Joss Stone (vocals), Nitin Sawhney (guitar), Jonathan Joseph (drums), Étienne M'Bappé (bass/guitar) and Jonathan Shorten (keyboards). "The possibility for catastrophe was huge," nods the drummer. "It could have completely tanked. But the minute everyone stood in the studio, before we even touched an instrument – I just knew."
Joss Stone - Introducing Joss Stone (2007) [CD+DVD] {Virgin Deluxe Edition}

Joss Stone - Introducing Joss Stone (2007) [CD+DVD] {Virgin Deluxe Edition}
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© 2007 Virgin Records | 0946 3 89653 2 9
R&B / Neo-Soul / Soul / Adult Alternative Pop

Typically, artists dispense with introductions after their debut – after all, that is an album designed to introduce them to the world – but neo-soul singer Joss Stone defiantly titled her third album Introducing Joss Stone, thereby dismissing her first two relatively acclaimed albums with one smooth stroke. She now claims that those records were made under record-label pressure – neatly contradicting the party line that her debut, The Soul Sessions, turned into a retro-soul project after Joss implored her label to ditch the Christina Aguilera-styled urban-pop she was pursuing – but now as a young adult of 19, she's free to pursue her muse in her own fashion.
Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions Vol. 1 & 2 {S-Curve Records} [combined repost]

Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions Vol. 1 & 2 {S-Curve Records}
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© 2003, 2012 S-Curve Records | 42234 / 5053105347957
Soul / R&B / Blues / Neo-Soul

Hot on the heels of Amy Winehouse and Katie Melua, Joss Stone is the latest teenage sensation to be feted by the music industry. There's a massive buzz about Stone at the moment, with both Paul Weller and Lenny Kravitz offering to write songs for her, and soul legend Betty Wright producing this, her debut album. Joss Stone launched her career by singing soul standards so when it came time for a reboot she went back to the beginning, dusting off the old blueprint for The Soul Sessions and following it to a T, right down to replicating its title and giving a contemporary alt-rock hit a soul makeover. First time around, the intent was to prove that teenage Joss had soul bona fides, but in 2012 the purpose of The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2 is to signal how she's done messing around with fleeting fashions and is getting back down to the real business.