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Little Richard - Just About As Good As It Gets!: The Original Recordings 1951-1962 [2CD] (2013)
Author: BlondStyle

Little Richard - Just About As Good As It Gets: The Original Recordings 1951-1962 [2CD] (2013)
Pop/Rock, Rock 'n' Roll | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE + LOG + Full Scans-400dpi (JPEG) | 78:15 + 77:30 Min | 714,53 Mb
Label: Smith & Co. B.V. (Netherlands) | Released: 2013, September, 9

Of all the original 50s Rock 'n' Roll stars, none was more flamboyant than Richard Wayne Penniman. Now a game octogenarian still intermittently performing (he headlined a Las Vegas weekender in March 2013), Richard has had a chequered career peppered with retirements and comebacks, fluctuations between God and Mammon and many a misjudged recording; his latter years dogged by a dodgy hip. At his peak he was the most dynamic Rock 'n' Roll extrovert on record and stage, which obscures the fact he was also the most mellifluous vocalist of the pack when he calmed down enough to sing a blues, gospel or soul ballad.
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VA - The History Of Country And Western Music (1927-1951) (2001) 20 CD *Re-Up*
Author: firepower

VA - The History Of Country And Western Music (1927-1951) (2001) 20 CD
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Covers | 2.58 GB
Country | 5% recovery record | Source: Internet - International Music Company

German digitally remastered box-set featuring 400 legendary songs from 185 famous artists including Roy Acuff, Merle Travis, Bill Monroe, Bob Wills, Chet Atkins, Hank Williams, Jimmie Rodgers, The Carter Family and many more!
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The Complete Clef / Mercury Studio Recordings Of The Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-53) [2008, 7CD Box Set, Mosaic Records] Restored
Author: v3122
The Complete Clef / Mercury Studio Recordings Of The Oscar Peterson Trio

The Complete Clef / Mercury Studio Recordings Of The Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-53)
Jazz/Mainstream Jazz | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Artwork -> 140 Mb | Mosaic Records | ~1556 or 1651 or 1099 Mb

Oscar Peterson appeared on hundreds of recordings produced by Norman Granz, though most of his early trio dates for Mercury and Clef were overlooked for CD reissue until the release of this thorough seven-disc compilation by Mosaic in 2008. It still represents only a portion of the pianist's considerable output for the two labels between 1951 and 1953. This collection was put together as a result of laborious detective work, assembling nine different sessions from tape masters and second generation reels, 78s, EPs and LPs, some of which came from collectors and libraries, while also including eight previously unissued performances...
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Little Richard - The Formative Years: 1951-53 (1989)
Author: perfecta

Little Richard - The Formative Years: 1951-53 (1989)
EAC-FLAC with CUE & LOG - 344 MB | Full Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 131 MB
Rock & Roll / Early R&B | 58:37 min | Label: Bear Family | Catalogue # BCD 15448

Several years before permanently altering cultural history with an incendiary new kind of dance music issued on 78 rpm platters that bore the black and yellow Specialty logo, Little Richard made his first recordings for the Victor and Peacock labels. In 1989, Bear Family released The Formative Years 1951-53, containing 16 of these historic performances appended with six alternate takes... Details
Marty Robbins - Country 1951-1958 (5CDs, 1991)
Author: Discograf_man

Marty Robbins - Country 1951-1958 (5CDs, 1991)
Country, Gospel, Pop, Rock'n'Roll | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 852 Mb
Label: Bear Family Records

There's astonishing versatility here: hillbilly string band music, folk, rockabilly, Hawaiian, and western music. Marty Robbins stamped his own identity on it all. Here are the great early hits: I'll Go On Alone, That's All Right, Mean Mama Blues, Maybelline, Tennessee Toddy, Mister Teardrop, Singing The Blues, Knee Deep In The Blues, and I Can't Quit. There's also the complete vocal-guitar session of folk songs and traditional songs, the first Hawaiian LP, the rock 'n' roll sides, and the duets. Essential! The fifth CD is a complete session, all the false starts and alternate takes.
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Tomorrow is Another Day (1951)
Author: Notsaint

Tomorrow is Another Day (1951)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 6100 kbps | 4.1Gb
Audio: #1 English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
01:30:00 | USA | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery, Thriller

A man who spent his formative years in prison for murder is released, and struggles to adjust to the outside world and escape his lurid past. He gets involved with a cheap dancehall girl, and when her protector is accidentally killed, they go on the lam together, getting jobs as farm labourers. But some fellow workers get wise to them. Details
A Place in the Sun (1951)
Author: Someonelse

A Place in the Sun (1951)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | PAL 4:3 | Cover + DVD Scan | 01:57:00 | 8,14 Gb
Audio: English AC3 5.1 @ 448 Kbps, German, Spanish, French, Italian - AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
Subs: Danish, German, English (+SDH), Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish
Genre: Drama, Romance

Previously filmed in 1931 under its original title, Theodore Dreiser's bulky but brilliant novel An American Tragedy was remade in 1951 by George Stevens as A Place in the Sun. Montgomery Clift stars as George Eastman, a handsome and charming but basically aimless young man who goes to work in a factory run by a distant, wealthy relative. Feeling lonely one evening, he has a brief rendezvous with assembly-line worker Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters), but he forgets all about her when he falls for dazzling socialite Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor). Details
Howlin' Wolf - The Complete RPM & Chess Singles As & Bs 1951-62 (2014)
Author: jclane

Howlin' Wolf - The Complete RPM & Chess Singles As & Bs 1951-62 (2014)
EAC Rip | 3CDs | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log - 896 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps - 345 MB | Full scans - 47.2 MB
Label: Acrobat Licensing Ltd. | Catalog.#: ACTRCD9039 | Genre: Chicago Blues

With his larger-than-life persona, roaring vocals, and the raw, skittering guitar lines of Hubert Sumlin behind him, Howlin’ Wolf turned out dozens of stellar Chicago blues singles for RPM and Chess Records between 1951 and 1962, including “Smokestack Lightnin’,” "Spoonful," "Red Rooster," and the magnificent “Killing Floor,” among many others. All of these, along with his other classic and essential singles (both A- and B-sides) from the first decade of his career, are collected here in this expansive, three-disc, 80-track set, which also includes several sides recorded at sessions during this period but never released.
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Howlin' Wolf - The Complete Recordings 1951-1969 (1993)
Author: uff

Howlin' Wolf - The Complete Recordings 1951-1969 (1993)
Blues | 7cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
Charly/Chess CD RED BOX 7 | rel: 1993 | 2320Mb

These Charly, UK sets are not easy to find. Their sets are generally made with great care and pride. 151 Chess and Sun recordings- it is entitled "Complete" although it does not contain two very non-essential albums from the period (The Super Super Plus Band from 1967 and the 1968 Cadet album aka "Howlin' Wolf Didn't Like This Album"- and with good reason; both are quite disposable and unnecessary), plus a conversation; this is all from Sun and Chess, his very best stuff, the real essential recordings without a bad track in the lot. Very cool booklet too... ~Amazon Details
VA - Sonny Boy Williamson - The Classic Sides 1951-1954 [4CD Bos Set] (2006)
Author: thingska

VA - Sonny Boy Williamson - The Classic Sides 1951-1954 [4CD Bos Set] (2006)
4CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks +cue +log +Booklet/SCANS | 20 Feb. 2006 | 665 Mb
Genre: Blues | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: JSP Records | Hotfile, Fileserve

Despite the name on the box set, this is a Trumpet Records rather than a Sonny Boy Williamson compilation. Most of the songs are by artists other than Sonny, and most of those don't even feature him as guest harp player. It is a great compilation of Sonny's tracks for that label, including alternate takes, but it's more than that. It's the story of Sonny's Trumpet Records. He was the label's star, and this box set charts artists - friends and accompanists - that orbited him then, including B.B. King, Big Joe Williams, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (Elvis Presley's favourite), Elmore James and Little Milton. Trumpet was the first label to record Sonny, and here the songs that he'd reprise for Chess might be more primitive, but it's their vitality that makes them better (compare "Eyesight To The Blind" on Trumpet with "Born Blind" on Chess). Details
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