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Guns N' Roses - Live Era '87-'93 - (1999) - {First US Pressing} - Vinyl - 24-Bit/96kHz + 16-Bit/44kHz
Author: vinylhound

Guns N' Roses - Live Era '87-'93 (1999)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 3.25 GB & 985 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | FF & FP | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Rock | Geffen Records ~ 0694905141

Guns N' Roses - Live Era '87-'93 is a four record live album by Guns N' Roses, released on November 23, 1999. The album was the first official Guns N' Roses release since "The Spaghetti Incident?" released on the same day in 1993. Former guitarist Slash notes that the album is "not pretty and there are a lot of mistakes, but this is Guns N' Roses, not the fucking Mahavishnu Orchestra. It's as honest as it gets." The dates and locations of the tracks are not revealed in the liner notes, and are only referred to simply as being "Recorded across the universe between 1987 and 1993". However, the majority of the tracks on the four records are sourced from the extensive Use Your Illusion Tour of 1991-1993. Only two tracks come from 1988 live recordings - "Used to Love Her" and "You're Crazy".
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Rose Knight - Confession (2015)
Author: Pisulik

Rose Knight - Confession (2015)
Country, Pop Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:46:38 | 108 MB
Label: Nashville Music Group | Release Year: 2015

Asian American Country artist Rose Knight from Simi Valley, CA by way of Portsmouth, VA started out singing in Los Angeles at the age of five at the world famous Palamino Club and has continued to perform on stages across the country from L.A. to Nashville singing Country music with recording artists such as Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker and more opening shows for her mother, renowned Japanese fiddle player and entertainer, Tokyo Matsu. Tokyo Matsu was signed to Plantation Records in the mid 70′s and brought Rose 3000 miles to Nashville. Rose grew up in the Nashville area and after being on the road with her mother being a regular performer playing shows on the stages of Branson, Rose realized she needed to be in the “Music City”. After moving back to Nashville Rose landed a job with Warner Brothers Records/Nashville, where she worked with recording artists such as Faith Hill, Travis Tritt, Keith Urban, Randy Travis and more.. Details
Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion Tour I & II DVD5 & DVD9 (1992)
Author: uff

Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion Tour I & II DVD5 & DVD9 (1992)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 4:3 (720:480), 29.97fps, 6081kbps | DD 2.0 256kbps | 90 min | 4600Mb
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720:576), 25.00fps, 7566kbps | DD 2.0 192kbps | 90 min | 5200Mb
rock | Geffen Records | covers

Use Your Illusion Tour is a live DVD by Guns N' Roses. Filmed live at the Tokyo Dome, Japan on February 22, 1992 during the Japanese leg of the Use Your Illusion tour. The concert was originally recorded by Japan Satellite Broadcasting, Inc. for a programme to be aired on their TV channel, and that programme is split between the two separated DVDs. Details
Funeral Parade of Roses (1969) [Masters of Cinema #32] [Re-UP]
Author: Someonelse

Funeral Parade of Roses (1969)
A Film by Toshio Matsumoto
DVD5 | ISO | NTSC 4:3 | Complete Scans | 01:44:45 | 4,42 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 2.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Art-house, Drama | Masters of Cinema #32

A feverish collision of avant-garde aesthetics and grind-house shocks (not to mention a direct influence on Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange), Funeral Parade of Roses takes us on an electrifying journey into the nether-regions of the late-’60s Tokyo underworld. In Toshio Matsumoto’s controversial debut feature, seemingly nothing is taboo: neither the incorporation of visual flourishes straight from the worlds of contemporary graphic-design, painting, comic-books, and animation; nor the unflinching depiction of nudity, sex, drug-use, and public-toilets. But of all the “transgressions” here on display, perhaps one in particular stands out the most: the film’s groundbreaking and unapologetic portrayal of Japanese gay subculture. Details
Stephane Grappelli - Stephane Grappelli in Tokyo (1991, Denon # 81757 9130 2)
Author: luckburz

Stephane Grappelli - Stephane Grappelli in Tokyo
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 255 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Denon # 81757 9130 2 | Country/Year: US 1991
Genre: Jazz | Style: Gypsy Jazz, Violin, Continental, Swing

"One of several fine live dates recorded in the twilight of Stephane Grappelli's long career, this concert has few surprises. The repertoire is fairly standard for the violinist, accompanied by the always enjoyable guitarist Marc Fossett, bassist Jean-Philippe Viret, with the trio occasionally augmented by accordion player Marcel Azzola. (...) One can never have enough Stephane Grappelli, especially on stage." ~allmusic
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Jeff Beck - Live In Tokyo 1999 (2011) [2CD] {IMC Music}
Author: ruskaval

Jeff Beck - Live In Tokyo 1999 (2011) [2CD] {IMC Music}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 588 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 210 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 37 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2011 IMC Music / Immortal | IMA 104256
Rock / Blue Rock / Hard Rock / Fusion / Guitar

In this 1999 concert Jeff Beck once again displays the immense creativity and technical precision that have made him an idol to three generations of jazz and rock fans. This concert finds Beck at the end of the 1990's, having spent the preceding two decades developing both his artistry and his status as a guitarist, composer, and leader, working for artists from Kate Bush to Guns N' Roses but releasing few albums of his own. Then, in 1999, he released "Who Else!" in collaboration with Jennifer Batten, lead guitarist for Michael Jackson's biggest tours. That album underlies the concert here, in which Batten herself performs. Numbers like "What Mama Said," "Psycho Sam," "Brush With The Blues," and "A Space For The Papa" are drawn from "Who Else," which mixes Beck's brand of fusion with electronica, and showcase Beck's persistent commitment to innovation.
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Ella Fitzgerald - Live In Tokyo 1983 (2008)
Author: robi62

Ella Fitzgerald - Live In Tokyo 1983 (2008)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 455 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 448 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Jazz | Label: Discovery Records | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 4 Aug 2008 | Runtime: 58 min. | 2,84 GB (DVD5)

Ella Fitzgerald was the supreme jazz singer. Sarah Vaughan may have been more technically complex and Billie Holiday may have been more rawly emotional, but Ella approached the nearest to what a true jazz vocalist can be. Even at the age of 66, when this "Jazz at the Philharmonic" concert was filmed in Tokyo, she was still magnificent. Admittedly her voice had become a little quavery - especially when using vibrato - but her spirit and jazz feeling were undiminished. Time and again during this concert, one marvels at the adroitness of her voice and the inventiveness of her improvisations. She used her voice like a musician playing jazz on an instrument, and thus she epitomised jazz.
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Anita O'DAY - Live In Tokyo '63 (1963)
Author: A.HUXLEY

Anita O'DAY - Live In Tokyo '63 (1963)
Jazz Gypsy | MP3 | 320 Kbps CBR | 39:38 | 32,39 Mb | Covers

Born Anita Belle Colton in Chicago, Illinois on October 18, 1919. Anita died on Thanksgiving morning November 23, 2006. O’Day got her start as a teen. She eventually changed her name to O’Day and in the late 1930’s began singing in a jazz club called the Off- Beat, a popular hangout for musicians like band leader and drummer Gene Krupa. In 1941 she joined Krupa’s band, and a few weeks later Krupa hired trumpeter Roy Eldridge. O’Day and Eldridge had great chemistry on stage and their duet “Let Me Off Uptown” became a million-dollar-seller, boosting the popularity of the Krupa band. Also that year, “Down Beat” magazine named O’Day “New Star of the Year” and, in 1942, she was selected as one of the top five big band singers.

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Funeral Parade of Roses / Bara no sôretsu (1969)
Author: fekmax

Funeral Parade of Roses / Bara no sôretsu (1969)
Japanese | DVDRip | AVI | XviD, 1760 Kbps | 640x480 | 23.976 fps | 1.46 GB
Audio: MP3, 128 Kbps | 1 channel | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:44:35 minutes | Subtitles: English (srt) | Extra: commentary
Genre: Drama

A feverish collision of avant-garde aesthetics and grind-house shocks (not to mention a direct influence on Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange), Funeral Parade of Roses takes us on an electrifying journey into the nether-regions of the late-’60s Tokyo underworld. In Toshio Matsumoto’s controversial debut feature, seemingly nothing is taboo: neither the incorporation of visual flourishes straight from the worlds of contemporary graphic-design, painting, comic-books, and animation; nor the unflinching depiction of nudity, sex, drug-use, and public-toilets. But of all the “transgressions” here on display, perhaps one in particular stands out the most: the film’s groundbreaking and unapologetic portrayal of Japanese gay subculture.
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Art Pepper - Tokyo Encore (1979) (Remastered 1991)
Author: Bezz

Art Pepper - Tokyo Encore (1979) (Remastered 1991)
Jazz | EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 340 Mb
Label ~ Dreyfus Jazz

It is not obvious looking at the outside of this CD but the music from this live performance is also included in Art Pepper's 16-CD Galaxy set. However those Pepper fans unable to afford the larger box are advised to acquire this Dreyfus single CD for the altoist is heard in superb form. Accompanied (and inspired) by pianist George Cables, bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Billy Higgins, Pepper stretches out on six superior pieces that are highlighted by "Besame Mucho," "Straight Life" and one of the greatest versions ever recorded of "Over the Rainbow." ~ AllMusic
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