Riley Lee

Riley Lee and Satsuki Odamura - Picture Dreams (2003)  Music

Posted by Omialfa at Feb. 9, 2011
Riley Lee and Satsuki Odamura - Picture Dreams (2003)

Riley Lee and Satsuki Odamura - Picture Dreams (2003)
New Age / World | Easy CD-DA / HQ Lossy, MP3 320 CBR | Cover included | 140 MB | RS
Audio CD: April 8, 2003 | Label: New World Music

This CD of shakuhachi and koto duets by Riley Lee and Satsuki Odamura paints sound-pictures or introspective dreams in an intriguing and rather beautiful way. Sometimes the phrases are simple and slow then suddenly there are bursts of energy as the instruments dance in ecstasy and passion.
There are some similaries here with the music of German musician Stephan Micus, so if you are a fan of this artist you should not be disappointed with Picture Dreams. Riley Lee, a dai shihan (grand master) of the shakuhachi, brings out all the magic of this instrument to our ears. And perfectly complementing Lee's performance, Odamura portrays a phenomenal mastery with the koto.
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Riley Lee ~ Music for Zen Meditation (2CDs) (2003)  Music

Posted by illaryon at Jan. 31, 2011
Riley Lee ~ Music for Zen Meditation (2CDs) (2003)

Riley Lee ~ Music for Zen Meditation (2CDs) (2003)
New Age / Meditative | Easy CD-DA 2010.6 / Flac & Cue, No Log | Cover included | 5 % recovery | 500 MB | MU & HF
Audio CD: April 8, 2003 | Label: Narada

Riley Lee is the first non-Japanese dai shihan (grand master) of the shakuhachi and has garnered a large, international fanbase having performed and taught around the world. On Music For Zen Meditation, Lee expertly reveals the quiet dignity and simple elegance of this ancient instrument with starkly beautiful solos and duets. Practiced for centuries by Buddhist priests in Japan, playing the shakuhachi during meditation is called suizen, or blowing Zen. Its warm, comforting sounds relax the mind, spirit, and body. Music For Zen Meditation is ideal for those who practice yoga and meditation as well as for new listeners eager for contemplative music in the face of today's hectic and troubled world…
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Riley Lee & Marshall Mcguire - Floating World (2004)  Music

Posted by Omialfa at Nov. 23, 2010
Riley Lee & Marshall Mcguire - Floating World (2004)

Riley Lee & Marshall Mcguire - Floating World (2004)
New Age / World Fusion | Easy CD-DA / Flac & Cue, No Log | Cover included | 280 MB | RS & HF
Audio CD: July 6, 2004 | Label: New World Music

This collection of exquisite French, Japanese and Australian compositions played on shakuhachi and harp takes us into the realm of a mystical imagination. Works featured are by Faure, Satie, Ravel, Debussy, Tournier, Fukuda, Kozu and Australian composer Anny Boyd. This is a very special album ideal for relaxation, meditation or simply for pure enjoyment.
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Riley Lee - Satori - Music For Yoga And Meditation (1983)  Music

Posted by illaryon at Oct. 28, 2008
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Riley Lee - Satori - Music For Yoga And Meditation (1983)
Ape & Cue ~ 197 Mb | Cover included
New Age / Meditative / World | Label: Narada ~ Source: My CD

The CD's liner notes define satori as "the indescribable experience of sudden, intuitive spiritual realization." That may be, yet unless you are a serious student of yoga or a fan of its ancient musical traditions, you may struggle to reach such a state while listening to these improvisations for shakuhachi flute (Riley Lee) and koto (Gabriel Lee, no relation). Satori, originally recorded in 1983, seems best suited to serious - minded yoga practitioners and those who prefer to adorn their meditative states with only the most minimal of audio embellishments. For such people, this disc could be the answer to prayers…
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Riley Lee - Oriental Sunrise  Music

Posted by Arien at Feb. 12, 2007
Riley Lee - Oriental Sunrise

Riley Lee - Oriental Sunrise
mp3 | 256 kbps | 1996 Year | 57 min | 103 mb
Genre: New Age, Ethnic, Meditative

Jerry Lee Lewis - The Road Begins (CD '2009)  Music

Posted by Justin at April 4, 2012
Jerry Lee Lewis - The Road Begins (CD '2009)

Jerry Lee Lewis - The Road Begins (CD '2009)
EAC-FLAC(tracks)+CUE+LOG - 366 MB | Full PNG Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 167 MB
Rock & Roll | 76:02 minutes | Label: El Toro Records (Spain) | Catalogue # ETCD1022

Like several other notable teenage musical prodigies from the deep south of mid 20th century America, Sun Records was the making of Jerry Lee Lewis. Although he arguably enjoyed greater success as a Country star in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Jerry Lee's Sun recordings from the 1950s are what made him one of the undisputed kings of Rock 'N' Roll; and that extraordinary first year from late 1956 to late 1957, more than any other, won him the crown. This selection of hits, misses and sessions as anonymous hired-hand -topped-off with the inclusion of all four of his pre-Sun demo recordings- are among the first swaggering steps in a cocksure career…

Billy Lee Riley with The Bellhops - Still Got My Mojo! (2008)  Music

Posted by perfecta at Nov. 6, 2011
Billy Lee Riley with The Bellhops - Still Got My Mojo! (2008)

Billy Lee Riley with The Bellhops - Still Got My Mojo! (2008)
EAC-FLAC with CUE and LOG - 297 MB | Covers | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 104 MB
Rockabilly | 46:25 minutes | Label: Rhythm Bomb Records | Catalogue # RBR-5696

Billy Lee Riley - he's a key figure in the Sun Records saga – a cohort of Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, and Johnny Cash – who has shaped dozens of rockabilly, rock'n' roll, and blues hits. 50 years on Billy is rockin' just as hard! Back with an incredible album of red-hot tunes backed by one of Europe's best rockin' bands The Bellhops. Billy Lee rocks in '2008 like in '1958 and still provides a solid, oldschool rockin' backbeat.
David Tanenbaum, Tracy Silverman, William Winant, Gyan Riley - Terry Riley: The Book of Abbeyozzud (1999)

Terry Riley - The Book of Abbeyozzud (1999)
David Tanenbaum, guitar; Tracy Silverman, violin; William Winant, percussion; Gyan Riley, guitar

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 306 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 156 Mb | Covers included | 01:06:10
Modern Classical, Chamber, Classical Guitar | Label: New Albion | # NA 106 CD

After Terry Riley's revolutionary In C, it certainly never seemed that the compositionally brash cofounder of the minimalist movement would take on a lyrical bent. But that's what he's done on this collection of pieces for violin, guitar, and percussion. Violinist Tracy Silverman and guitarist David Tanenbaum play warmly and sublimely on Cantos Desiertos, finding pristine melodies and high, arching curves around which to spread their finesse. Tanenbaum gets unbelievably rich tones from his guitar, and his range is the one consistent ingredient throughout these pieces. He duets with Riley's son Gyan, himself an accomplished guitarist, on "Zamorra" and with percussionist William Winant on Dias de los Muertos. Winant's marimba and gongs are especially appropriate for Tanenbaum's resonant string work, fluctuating from an absolute crispness to a milky froth. Where Riley's chamber works, such as Salome Dances for Peace, are intensely rhythmic, these works veer much more stealthily toward a kind of glorious flowering, even if the blooms are in dusky colors and muted, curvy patterns.

Kronos Quartet - Terry Riley: Requiem For Adam (2001) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at April 20, 2017
Kronos Quartet - Terry Riley: Requiem For Adam (2001) [Re-Up]

Kronos Quartet - Terry Riley: Requiem For Adam (2001)
EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 188 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 125 Mb | Scans included
Classical, Avant-Garde, Minimalism | Label: Nonesuch | # 79639-2 | Time: 00:47:55

This may be the single most powerful piece of music that the Kronos Quartet has ever recorded, and perhaps that Terry Riley has ever written. This is because Requiem for Adam is so personal, so direct, and experiential. Requiem for Adam was written after the death of Kronos violinist David Harrignton's son. He died, in 1995, at the age of 16, from an aneurysm in his coronary artery. Riley, who is very close to the Harringtons and has a son the same age, has delved deep into the experience of death and resurrection, or, at the very least, transmutation. Requiem for Adam is written in three parts, or movements. The first, "Ascending the Heaven Ladder," is based on a four-note pattern that re-harmonizes itself as it moves up the scale. There are many variations and series based on each of these notes and their changing harmonics, and finally a 5/4 dance as it moves to the highest point on the strings. The drone-like effect is stunning when the listener realizes that the drone is changing shape too, ascending the scale, moving ever upward and taking part in the transmutation of harmony.
Matt Haimovitz, Christopher O'Riley - Beethoven: Period, Complete Sonatas and Variations for Pianoforte and Violoncello (2014)

Ludwig van Beethoven: Period (2014) 2CDs
Complete Sonatas and Variations for Pianoforte and Violoncello
Matt Haimovitz, violoncello; Christopher O'Riley, fortepiano

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 522 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 331 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Pentatone | # PTC 5186475 | Time: 02:19:56

This release features the complete sonatas and variations for fortepiano and violoncello, recorded on period instruments. In this collaboration, Matt Haimovitz plays his own Goffriller cello, crafted in Venice, Italy in 1710 – outfitted with ox-gut strings also from Italy and an early 19th century rosewood tailpiece and drawn by a Dominique Peccatte bow of the same era, while Christopher O’Riley plays on an original Broadwood fortepiano made in 1823.