Neville Brothers

Neville Brothers - Fiyo On The Bayou (1981) {MFSL}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Dec. 20, 2015
Neville Brothers - Fiyo On The Bayou (1981) {MFSL}

Neville Brothers - Fiyo On The Bayou (1981) {MFSL}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 242 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 117 mb
Genre: bayou funk, soul. R&B

Fiyo On The Bayou is a 1981 album by The Neville Brothers. This is the pressing remastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab released in 1994.

Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper (1990) {MFSL}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Dec. 20, 2015
Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper (1990) {MFSL}

Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper (1990) {MFSL}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 356 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 157 mb
Genre: soul, R&B

Brother's Keeper is a 1990 album by The Neville Brothers. This is the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab remaster released in 1995.

The Neville Brothers - Family Groove (1992) {A&M 5384 2}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 22, 2011
The Neville Brothers - Family Groove (1992) {A&M 5384 2}

The Neville Brothers - Family Groove (1992) {A&M 5384 2}
EAC 1.0 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 385MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Soul,Funk

New Orleans' favorite sons, the Neville Brothers, pool their talents again on this CD. Family Groove is a clever reference not only to the musical abilities of the four brothers, but to the shared interests and concerns of the brothers and their families. All the usual Neville elements are here: Charles Neville on the saxophone, Cyril Neville on the drums, Art Neville on piano, and the inimitable voice of Aaron Neville.This is vintage Neville Brothers philosophy delivered as always with the funky beat and unique Neville sound that has captivated fans all over the world.
The Neville Brothers - Uptown Rulin': The Best Of The Neville Brothers(1999)

The Neville Brothers - Uptown Rulin': The Best Of The Neville Brothers(1999)
MP3 320 kbps | 01 h 16 min 36 sec | 160.17Mb
Label: A&M | Genre: R&B, Pop, Soul

The Neville Brothers, an American R&B and Soul group, was formed in 1977 in New Orleans, Louisiana.The differences between the four Neville Brothers are as dramatic as the similarities that unite them. The source of the similarities is passionate funk, a feeling for blues-soaked deep pocket grooves that is the basis of their greatness and exalted place in our cultural history.Art is the oldest. They call him Poppa Funk for a reason. He formed the first band. As both inspired singer and blistering keyboardist, his role models were Fats Domino and Bill Doggett. Art is the Founding Father. He still lives in the same Thirteenth Ward block of Valence Street where he and his siblings were raised in New Orleans.

The Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper ( MFSL UDCD 626 1990 )  Music

Posted by antonisgr at Jan. 30, 2009
The Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper ( MFSL UDCD 626 1990 )

The Neville Brothers - Brother's Keeper ( MFSL UDCD 626 1990 )

CD FULL RANGE ONLY | Covers | 386 MB RAR
EXACT AUDIO COPY IMAGE (FLAC+CUE+LOG)

Why doesn't more R&B sound like this? Although hampered by a poor mix, Brother's Keeper is nevertheless a classic example of what makes the Neville Brothers so good — and so frustrating. Tracks like the booty-shaking funk of "Brother Jake" or the gospel-tinged "Steer Me Right" are full of soulful vocals and wonderful harmonies. Aaron Neville's timeless voice is displayed beautifully on "Fearless," where he is joined by Linda Ronstadt for one of the strongest tracks on the record. The Neville Brothers' ecumenical spirituality permeates every second of Brother's Keeper, making for a few awkward moments (like the head-scratching opener "Brother Blood," for example), but a few moments of true sublimity (as when Art Neville spits "Pro choice-no choice/We're sending our sons and daughters to their slaughter" on "Sons and Daughters"). The pop material on Brother's Keeper, such as Link Wray's "Fallin' Rain," works well, but other tracks, like "River of Life," seem forced. If the Neville Brothers showed a little discretion with regard to their lyrics and cut a couple tracks, they would have had a much stronger album, which in a way is as good a statement as one could make about their entire career.

Aaron Neville – The Very Best of Aaron Neville  Music

Posted by amitnewyork at Dec. 12, 2009
Aaron Neville – The Very Best of Aaron Neville

Aaron Neville – The Very Best of Aaron Neville
R&B | 2000 | A&M | 18 Tracks | 67:43 | dB 13.3 Ultra-Secure Rip
Tracks + Tags + Log | No Cue | FLAC : 462 MB | HQ MP3 : 147 MB | Covers : 19 MB
FROM MY PERSONAL CD COLLECTION

Aaron Neville – The Very Best of Aaron Neville

With a voice so velvety, why Aaron Neville has not gained as much attention as some of the other lesser mainstream artists have, has remained a mystery. Frankly, I haven't heard anyone sing so charmingly ever. He could easily be called the male Ella Fitzgerald. The sheer range and ability to modulate his voice makes this artist extraordinary. Highly recommended album!!!

Art Neville - His Specialty Recordings 1956-58 (1992)  Music

Posted by Justin at April 25, 2015
Art Neville - His Specialty Recordings 1956-58 (1992)

Art Neville - His Specialty Recordings 1956-58 (1992)
EAC | FLAC(tracks)+CUE+LOG - 179 MB | Complete Artwork | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 129 MB
Early R&B | 46:53 mins | Label: Specialty Records # SPCD 7023-2

As a founding member of the Meters and Neville Brothers, New Orleans vocalist and keyboardist Art Neville helped immeasurably to shape the contemporary New Orleans funk sound. Neville's first band, the Hawketts, tasted local success in 1954 with the carnival perennial "Mardi Gras Mambo" on Chess. He cut some nice solo singles for Specialty during the late '50s, notably "Cha Dooky-Doo," as well as contributing two choruses of storming piano to Jerry Byrne's 1958 classic "Lights Out".
VA - New Orleans Concert - The Music Of America's Soul (2006) [Blu-ray]

VA - New Orleans Concert - The Music Of America's Soul (2006)
Blu-ray | BDMV | MPEG-2 29014 kbps 1920*1080i / 29,970 fps / 16:9 | 23.1 GB
Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -11dB;
English Dolby Digital 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps / DN -11dB / Dolby Surround
Soul, Jazz, Blues, Rhythm and Blues | Length: 01:14:48

VA - The Big Ol' Box Of New Orleans (4CD Box Set) (2004)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Nov. 8, 2015
VA - The Big Ol' Box Of New Orleans (4CD Box Set) (2004)

VA - The Big Ol' Box Of New Orleans (4CD Box Set) (2004)
XLD Rip | Tracks (Cue & Log) ~ 1.8 gb | MP3 320 kbps CBR ~ 718 mb | Scans included ~ 1.22 gb | 312 min
RnB, Jazz, Blues, Americana | Label: Shout Factory | Rel: 2004

Man, does this set go down easy big easy! This gorgeous set features over 80 hits from New Orleans' most famous-and occasionally obscure-musical sons and daughters, 4 CDs of jazz, blues, Cajun, zydeco and funk all mixed together like a good 'n' spicy gumbo. An 84-page book takes you by the hand into the most notorious bars and restaurants as you listen to such Crescent City classics as Iko Iko Dr. John; Potato Head Blues Louis Armstrong; You Can Have My Husband Irma Thomas; I'm Walkin' Fats Domino; Let the Good Times Roll Shirley & Lee; Mother-in-Law Ernie K-Doe; Release Me Johnny Adams; Jambalaya Clifton Chenier; St. James Infirmary Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Hey Pocky A-Way Meters; Tell It Like It Is Aaron Neville; I Hear You Knocking Smiley Lewis; Lipstick Traces (on a Cigarette) Benny Spellman; Tipitina Professor Longhair, and more.
Chocolate Milk - Chocolate Milk (1976) [2013, Remastered & Expanded Edition]

Chocolate Milk - Chocolate Milk (1976) [2013, Remastered & Expanded Edition]
R&B, Soul/Funk | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 48:55 Min | 370,27 Mb
Label: Funky Town Grooves (USA) | Cat.# FTG-350 | Released: 2013 (1976)

With influences ranging from the Meters to Kool & the Gang, New Orleans' Chocolate Milk let the funk flow on their self-titled sophomore album of 1976. No in-depth discussion of the history of African-American music would be complete without some mention of New Orleans, which was not only the birthplace of jazz €"it was also an important city for soul, funk, zydeco and the blues. The Crescent City had a rich R&B scene in the 1950s and 1960s, boasting expressive artists like Professor Longhair, Fats Domino, Dr. John, Irma Thomas, the Meters, Ernie K-Doe, Lee Dorsey, Chris Kenner, the Neville Brothers and Aaron Neville.