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André Cymone - The Stone (2013)
Author: TestTickles
André Cymone - The Stone (2013)

André Cymone - The Stone (2013)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 320 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 105 mb
Genre: indie rock, rock, R&B, soul

The Stone is the 2013 album by American bassist and singer André Cymone. Known for his years as being part of Prince's touring band in the early days, this is Cymone's approach to rock and it sounds quite nice. Details
Victor Wooten - Sword And Stone & Words And Tones (2012) {Limited Edition 2CD}
Author: tiburon

Victor Wooten - Sword And Stone & Words And Tones (2012) {Limited Edition 2CD}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 870MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion, Jazz Funk

"SWORD AND STONE" and "WORDS AND TONES" by Victor Wooten, who has been heralded as “the Michael Jordan of the bass” and “one of the most fearless musicians on the planet”. In 2011, Rolling Stone Magazine voted Victor one of the Top Ten Bassist of ALL TIME. “Words and Tones” is a collection of original music featuring female vocalists. “Sword and Stone” is an instrumental version of many of the same songs from the CD "Words and Tones" and includes different interpretations, musicians, and performances, which showcase different sides of Wooten’s approach to music, performance, and songwriting.
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Ian Brown (Ex-The Stone Roses) – Studio Albums 1998-2009 [8CD]
Author: Designol

Ian Brown (Ex-The Stone Roses) – Studio Albums 1998-2009 [8CD]
EAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 2.7 Gb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 1 Gb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 296 Mb
Genre: Alternative Rock , Indie Rock, BritPop | Time: 06:54:38

Collection includes 6 solo studio albums and 1 compilation by British singer-songwriter Ian Brown, best known as the lead singer of the alternative rock band The Stone Roses.
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The Rolling Stones - Black And Blue (1976) {2005 Japan MiniLP, TOCP-66455}
Author: ruskaval

The Rolling Stones - Black And Blue (1976) {2005 Japan MiniLP, TOCP-66455}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 264 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 94 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 19 Mb
© 2005 Toshiba / EMI / Virgin | TOCP-66455
Rock / Blues Rock / Hard Rock



The Rolling Stones recorded Black and Blue while auditioning Mick Taylor's replacement, so it's unfair to criticize it, really, for being longer on grooves and jams than songs, especially since that's what's good about it. Yes, the two songs that are undeniable highlights are "Memory Motel" and "Fool to Cry," the album's two ballads and, therefore, the two that had to be written and arranged, not knocked out in the studio; they're also the ones that don't quite make as much sense, though they still work in the context of the record. No, this is all about groove and sound, as the Stones work Ron Wood into their fabric. And the remarkable thing is, apart from "Hand of Fate" and "Crazy Mama," there's little straight-ahead rock & roll here. They play with reggae extensively, funk and disco less so, making both sound like integral parts of the Stones' lifeblood. Apart from the ballads, there might not be many memorable tunes, but there are times that you listen to the Stones just to hear them play, and this is one of them.
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Jewel Stone Prophets - Hookers Pt Rd (2013)
Author: popsakov

Jewel Stone Prophets - Hookers Pt Rd (2013)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 253 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 90 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues, Rock | Label: Jewel Stone Prophets | 884501926539

Jewel Stone Prophets is a collaboration by long lost cousins Gary Hooker and Howlin Buzz. Separated for over 30 years, the South Florida natives have united to record their debut EP. Hooker is a Nashville guitarist and currently a longstanding member of the Drama KIngs, Brad Paisleys band. Buzz is active in the Tampa blues scene,singing and playing harmonica. The idea to do a project started not long after Hooker heard a live CD that Buzz had recorded. Impressed with his cousins authentic blues delivery, he was inspired to start writing with co-writer James Stevenson " swampy, southern, gritty" material that he wanted to record featuring Buzz. Sessions started in Nashville shortly thereafter.
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Pride Of Lions - The Destiny Stone (2004) [Japanese Ed.]
Author: Andi_Deris

Pride Of Lions - The Destiny Stone (2004) [Japanese Ed.]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 542 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 195 Mb | Scans | 158 Mb | Time: 01:10:09
Melodic Rock, AOR | King Records | KICP-1030

Pride of Lions is back with their sophomore effort 'The Destiny Stone'. Jim Peterik is an excellent songwriter and he proves it even more this time around. Survivor fans should love this one, since their influence impacts strongly on the music.
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Running Wild - Blazon Stone (1991) [Japanese 1st Press TOCP-6632]
Author: Necromandus

Running Wild - Blazon Stone (1991)
EAC Rip | WV, IMG+CUE+LOG | 470 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 150 MB | Complete Scans | 50 MB
Label: Toshiba-EMI Japan | Catalog Number: TOCP-6632 | RAR 3% Rec. | RS.com
... Japanese 1st Press CD with two bonus songs ...

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The ROLLING STONES - Emotional Rescue
Author: galmuchet

The ROLLING STONES - Emotional Rescue
RIP+UP | ape format | Front, Back Covers & CD Sticker | 251 Mb
Original Release Date 1980
CBS Grammofooneplaten B.V.

The Rolling Stones: Mick JAGGER (vocals, guitar, piano); Keith RICHARDS (guitar, piano, vocals); Ron WOOD (guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass); Bill WYMAN (bass); Charlie WATTS (drums). Additional personnel: Sugar BLUE (harmonica); Bobby KEYS (saxophone); Ian STEWART, Nicky HOPKINS (piano); Michael SHRIEVE (percussion); Max ROMEO (background vocals).

Principally recorded at Pathe-Marconi Studios, Paris, France and Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas. Having reestablished themselves as the world's greatest rock and roll band with 1978's SOME GIRLS, the Stones returned to the same stylistic well for EMOTIONAL RESCUE. The album continues the band's fascination with the disco sounds of the time and the reggae grooves they'd been indulging in since BLACK 'N BLUE. But best of all for long-time Stones fans, RESCUE was stacked full of the kind of rhythmically propelled garage rockers that made the band's early '70s albums wall-to-wall classics, with Jagger at the top of his game. Many of the tracks had been leftover from the SOME GIRLS sessions and reflect the band's loose-limbed state. "Dance, Pt.1" is classic Stones riffology, with free-associative pro-New York lyrics that make it "Shattered"s more ragged cousin. "She's So Cold" is a Chuck-Berry-at-Studio-54 declaration that Jagger and Richards could by this time write in their sleep. The classic title track is a slick, mid-tempo slinker that ranks among the most unique sonic statements in the band's catalog. The whole collection is at once so familiar and effortless that few could argue the point that, in 1980 the Stones were as good as Big Rock got.
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The ROLLING STONES - Emotional Rescue @320
Author: galmuchet

The ROLLING STONES - Emotional Rescue RIP+UP (mp3@320) by Galmuchet + Front, Back Covers & CD Sticker
Original Release Date: 1980
CBS Grammofooneplaten B.V.
RIP Date 26 April 2006


The Rolling Stones: Mick JAGGER (vocals, guitar, piano); Keith RICHARDS (guitar, piano, vocals); Ron WOOD (guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass); Bill WYMAN (bass); Charlie WATTS (drums). Additional personnel: Sugar BLUE (harmonica); Bobby KEYS (saxophone); Ian STEWART, Nicky HOPKINS (piano); Michael SHRIEVE (percussion); Max ROMEO (background vocals).


Principally recorded at Pathe-Marconi Studios, Paris, France and Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas. Having reestablished themselves as the world's greatest rock and roll band with 1978's SOME GIRLS, the Stones returned to the same stylistic well for EMOTIONAL RESCUE. The album continues the band's fascination with the disco sounds of the time and the reggae grooves they'd
been indulging in since BLACK 'N BLUE. But best of all for long-time Stones fans, RESCUE was stacked full of the kind of rhythmically propelled garage rockers that made the band's early '70s albums wall-to-wall classics, with Jagger at the top of his game. Many of the tracks had been leftover from the SOME GIRLS sessions and reflect the band's loose-limbed state. "Dance, Pt.1" is classic Stones riffology, with free-associative pro-New York lyrics that make it "Shattered"s more ragged cousin. "She's So Cold" is a Chuck-Berry-at-Studio-54 declaration that Jagger and Richards could by this time write in their sleep. The classic title track is a slick, mid-tempo slinker that ranks among the most unique sonic statements in the band's catalog. The whole collection is at once so familiar and effortless that few could argue the point that, in 1980 the Stones were as good as Big Rock got.
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Rolling Stones - Miss You 12" Disco Version (1978) - VINYL - 24-bit/96kHz plus CD-compatible format
Author: eharmonica

Rolling Stone - Miss You 12" (1978) - VINYL
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (5% Recovery) | m3u's, md5 checksum, no cue or log (vinyl) | RS + HotFile
290 MB (24/96) or 90 MB redbook | Artwork | Rock | 1978

From the 3-fer-dollar bin comes this monster hit, 8 minutes of Mick missing someone. In great shape, save for the coffee splotches on the cover.
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