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Mari Nakamoto III, 1975 (24 Bit-192 kHz Vinyl Rip)
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Mari Nakamoto III, 1975 (24 Bit-192 kHz Vinyl Rip)
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-192 kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 1.24 GB
1975 | Genre: Jazz Vocal | Three Blind Mice | TBM-56

This is one of the wonderful recordings of the 70s era produced by japanese audiophile label Three Blind Mice. Details
Rimsky Korsakoff - Scheherazade Op.35 1960 (24 Bit-192 kHz Vinyl Rip)
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Rimsky Korsakoff - Scheherazade Op.35 (24 Bit-192 kHz Vinyl Rip)
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-192 kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 1.57 GB
1960 | Genre: Classical | RCA | Reissue: Classic Records 2007 | ALSC 2446Q | 200 gr vinyl

"…The second movement is just ravishing in the beauty of the Chicago's playing and Reiner's romantic approach; there is some staccato triple-tonguing done by trumpeter Adolph Herseth in the fourth movement that should leave you, if not him, breathless. But let is just be said that, after you hear this, no other Scheherazade will ever replace it in your affections."
HP's The Golden Dozen LPs – Harry Pearson, The Absolute Sound, June/July 2007 Details
Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do for Love (1978) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do for Love
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 1.52 GB
1978 | Genre: Smooth Jazz | TK Records | PTK-92032

Bobby Caldwell was signed to Miami label TK Records, home to many different kinds of musical acts. For this very hot label, Bobby recorded his double platinum-attaining self-titled solo album, scoring hits with the singles "What You Won't Do for Love", "My Flame" and, in Britain, "Down for the Third Time."
Reaching the top ten on both the pop (#9) and R&B (#6) charts, the song proved to be a success, though a bit of a surprise one due both to the haste with which it was written and the fact that Caldwell assumed "My Flame", the LP's second track ("What You Won't Do for Love" is the sixth), would wind up as the standout single.
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La Follia Salzburg - Music in Austria Before Mozart (1992) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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La Follia Salzburg - Music in Austria Before Mozart
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | Rapidshare + FileFactory | 1.7 GB
1992 | Genre: Classical | Label: VTL | CLAS-001 | double LP

La Follia Salzburg was founded in 1986 by a number of young musicians from Austria and Germany. From their very first appearances, the ensemble was well received by both press and public, and has established a reputation in Austria and southern Germany. In 1990 La Follia Salzburg was the prizewinner in the Musica Antiqua (Bruges) competition, and they have toured in Switzerland, Poland, France, and Holland (including the International Festival of Early Music in Utrecht). The ensemble’s repertoire is centered around Baroque chamber music, with special emphasis on works of Austrian seventeenth century composers such as J.H. Schmelzer, Heinrich I. F. Biber, or Romanus Weichlein. They play on period instruments in order to approach the tonal color and performance practice of the time as closely as possible.
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James Leary - James (1991) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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James Leary - James
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 2.19 GB
1991 | Genre: Jazz | VTL | Vital-003 | 200 gr vinyl

This album is an excellent example of how good recording quality can be achieved by using only two microphones (one stereo mic) recorded direct-to-two tracks tape. It was recorded by David Manley, the founder of hifi manufacturer VTL (and Manley Labs).
Although two-microphone may not be able to achieve thimbre details of each and all instruments recorded as compared to "close miking" technique, but the most important benefit is the correctness of spatial information, so ideally the listener will be able to "re-create" the soundstage as what it was in the recording room.
I would like to recommend this album for people who appreciate natural sound quality, especially for those using "fast dipole speakers" (e.g.: electrostatics or other planars)
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Triana - Triana (Un mal sueño) (1981) {Original SP Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz
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Triana - Triana (Un mal sueño) (1981)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HQ | 1,30 Gb | MU
Movieplay – 17.2770/0 (1981, Original SP Pressing) | Rock andaluz

"A bad dream (Un mal sueño) is the fifth album of Triana. Launched in 1981 the band began to enter professional crisis and the sound of it compared with previous work dramatically turned festive and poppy, which did not suit them.."
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Al Jarreau - Breakin' Away (1981) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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Al Jarreau - Breakin' Away
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 1.48 GB
1981 | Genre: Jazz, R&B | Label: Warner Bros | XBS-3576 | Canadian pressing

Al Jarreau, a seven-time Grammy Award winner, he is the only vocalist in history to win in three separate categories: Jazz, Pop, and R&B.
This album, "Breakin' Away", reached number 1 in US Billboard chart for Jazz and R&B at the same time.

Released in 1981, Breakin' Away is not only a great follow-up to 'This Time', it all but perfected the effort. With an amazing batch of songs, producer/artist chemistry, and top-level players, Breakin' Away became the standard bearer of the L.A. pop and R&B sound. "Closer to Your Love" comes off as a tougher, more confident version of the songs from the previous album. However, in short order, Breakin' Away assumes its own identity with brilliant results. Everything works so well here that the hit, the pleasing "We're in This Love Together," comes off as the weak link. "Easy," with its gorgeous and subtle Latin flourishes, has Jarreau's purposeful delivery coming off oddly poignant in its joy and beauty. The bittersweet "My Old Friend" has him giving a charming and understated reading with gorgeous synth signatures that speak volumes. Most of Breakin' Away has Jarreau in great spirits and giving one great performance after another, like the powerful and melody-rich title song. Like his best albums, this gives Jarreau plenty of room to exercise his chops. He struts through the funky and elegant "Roof Garden," and on the impressive "(Round, Round, Round) Blue Rondo a la Turk" he offers great scats and whimsical lyrics. For the final track, Jarreau brings new life to "Teach Me Tonight" and it has a sweeping, dreamy arrangement. Produced by Jay Graydon, Breakin' Away is a great album and informed a lot of Jarreau's subsequent efforts.
Jason Elias - AllMusic Guide

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Salena Jones - Greatest Hits (1981) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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Salena Jones - Greatest Hits
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1981 | Genre: Jazz Vocal | JVC | VIP-28507 | Japanese pressing

In 1964, Down Beat jazz critic Leonard Feather chose Salena Jones as one of the female vocalists of the year, alongside Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald and Nancy Wilson.
Since her first visit to Japan in 1978 she has returned at least annually, appearing in concert halls, on television, radio and regularly at the Blue Note Jazz Clubs in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.
During 1978 to 1981, she recorded five albums with JVC, mostly covers from popular songs.
This album, titled "Greatest Hits" was released by JVC in 1981 as a special-issued LP containing compilation from those five previous albums.


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Morris Albert - Feelings (1975) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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Morris Albert - Feelings
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1975 | Genre: Pop | Reissued by Atoll Music 1992 | 190257 | single, 45 rpm

Albert began his career singing and playing guitar for a number of bands. In 1973, at a time when many Brazilian artists were using anglicised names in attempts to break into the U.S. market, he released his first album, which featured "Feelings", the self-penned song that would eventually bring him worldwide success. The international release of "Feelings" sold over one million copies in the United States alone, and reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1975, and #2 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. It was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. on 13 November 1975
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George Benson - In Your Eyes (1983) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip
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George Benson - In Your Eyes
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | RS Links | 1.57 GB
1983 | Genre: Jazz, R&B | Warner Bros | 92-3744-1

Produced by one-time Atlantic Records ace producer Arif Mardin, features the strong vocals that awarded Benson much success in the late '70's. Benson's takes on period hits such as "Lady Love Me (One More Time)," "In Your Eyes," "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Use Me," and "Love Will Come Again" are included in this mix of ten R&B love songs.
The song "In Your Eyes" reached no 1 in US Billboard chart for Jazz Details
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