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Joe Sample: The Three [96/24 Stereo LP Rip, Direct to Disc]  Music

Posted by dimsal at Sept. 26, 2008
Joe Sample: The Three [96/24 Stereo LP Rip, Direct to Disc]

Joe Sample: The Three [96/24 Stereo LP Rip, Direct to Disc]
WAV | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 680 Mb
Styles: JazzDownload: RapidShare


1976 Direct-To-Disc Original. Joe Sample, Piano; Ray Brown, Bass; Shelly Manne, Drums.

Santana-Caravanserai QUADRAPHONIC MIX on DVD-A 96/24 ONLY  Music

Posted by empanadilla at Jan. 19, 2010
Santana-Caravanserai QUADRAPHONIC MIX on DVD-A 96/24 ONLY

Santana "Caravanserai" QUADRAPHONIC MIX DVD-A only (1972)
DVD-A Only ISO (Image + Front & Back Covers) | 96/24 4.0 LPCM | ISO 15 x 190,7 MB + 152 MB
Genre: Classic Rock/Latin Fusion | Label: Columbia CAQ 31610 | Source: SQ LP

Caravanserai marked a new beginning in Santana' musical direction. Carlos played his wailing solos quite a bit less and let the ensemble take over-and what an ensemble.
This is one of Prog-Latin Rock's first masterpieces. Briefly reunited by Gregg Rollie, the original singer, and joined by an astounding young bass player, Doug Rauch (RIP), this is a REAL journey into the beauty of the desert.
THis is the same 96/24 rip that was used in the DTS-CD, but a bit "spiffed up": some light izotoping (H Exc, a bit of puncher and some dithering),
AND
with a great slideshow created by yours truly , in which you'll see the lyrics and some cool backgrounds.
Enjoy!
The Who - Who's Missing (1985/2014) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz] RE-UP

The Who - Who's Missing (1985/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 41:33 minutes | 986 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

"Who's Missing" is a rare compilation album by the acclaimed British rock band comprised of previously unreleased tracks. The record was released in 1985 and was later superseded by the follow-up album Two's Missing. Who's Missing features James Brown cover "Shout and Shimmy", Paul Revere & the Raiders cover "Lubie (Come Back Home)" as well as a few original works by The Who.
The Who - Two's Missing (1987/2015) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz] RE-UP

The Who - Two's Missing (1987/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 45:38 minutes | 1,05 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

"Two's Missing" is a compilation album by The Who that was released in 1987. It gathered singles and EP tracks that hadn't appeared on an album or CD and was produced by Glyn Johns, Kit Lambert, Shel Talmy, and The Who.
The Who - Live At Shea Stadium 1982 (2015) [Blu-Ray Rip, FLAC 24-bit/96 kHz] RE-UP

The Who - Live At Shea Stadium 1982 (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 145:55 minutes | 3,05 GB
Blu-Ray Rip to Hi-Res FLAC | Sourced track: LPCM 2.0 | Artwork: Front cover

The Who's 1982 tour, which was all in North America apart from two warm-up dates at the Birmingham NEC in England, was their last to feature Kenney Jones on drums and they wouldn't tour again until 1989. The tour promoted the recent 'It's Hard' album, which had been released in June 1982, and the set list included a number of tracks from that album, some of which the band would only play live on this tour. This concert film features the show from the second of their two nights at New York's Shea Stadium and was filmed on October 13th 1982. Although a couple of tracks have appeared on compilations, this is the first official release of the full show and features restored footage and newly mixed sound. The release includes Bonus tracks from the first night at Shea Stadium.
The Who - A Quick One (1966) [2012, Japanese 2 SHM-CDs] {Collector's Edition}

The Who - A Quick One (1966) [2012, Japanese 2 SHM-CDs] {Collector's Edition}
Pop/Rock, Mod, British Invasion | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 02:07:03 h. | 873,57 Mb
Label: Universal Music LLC (Japan) | Cat.# UICY-94804~5 | Released: 2012-06-27 (1966-12-09)

"A Quick One" is the second studio album by the English rock band The Who, released on 9 December 1966. The album was also released under the title "Happy Jack" on Decca Records in April 1967 in the United States, where the song "Happy Jack" was a top 40 hit.
The Who - My Generation (1965) [2012, Japanese 2 SHM-CDs] {Collector's Edition}

The Who - My Generation (1965) [2012, Japanese 2 SHM-CDs] {Collector's Edition}
Pop/Rock, Mod, British Invasion | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 02:23:27 h. | 893,98 Mb
Label: Universal Music LLC (Japan) | Cat.# UICY-94802~3 | Released: 2012-06-27 (1965-12-03)

"My Generation" is the debut studio album by the English rock band The Who, released on 3 December 1965 by Brunswick Records in the United Kingdom. In the United States, it was released by Decca Records as The Who Sings My Generation in April 1966, with a different cover and a slightly altered track listing. The album was made immediately after The Who got their first singles on the charts and according to the booklet in the Deluxe Edition, it was later dismissed by the band as something of a rush job that did not accurately represent their stage performance of the time. However, critics often rate it as one of the best rock albums of all time.
Hannah Arendt's Theory of Political Action: Daimonic Disclosure of the 'Who' (International Political Theory) [Repost]

Hannah Arendt's Theory of Political Action: Daimonic Disclosure of the 'Who' (International Political Theory) by Trevor Tchir
English | 8 Jun. 2017 | ISBN: 3319534378 | 272 Pages | PDF | 12.07 MB
It's Not the How or the What but the Who: Succeed by Surrounding Yourself with the Best

Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, "It's Not the How or the What but the Who: Succeed by Surrounding Yourself with the Best"
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1625271522 | 256 pages | EPUB | 1 MB

The Who - Anaheim Stadium '76 (1976) **[RE-UP]**  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 27, 2018
The Who - Anaheim Stadium '76 (1976) **[RE-UP]**

The Who - Anaheim Stadium '76
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 207 mb
Genre: classic rock

Anaheim Stadium '76 is a 2-record bootleg set by The Who of their performance at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California on 21 March, 1976. It is an audience recording but a good one. It has been said that the loud volume of this show lead to Pete Townshend having tinnitus.