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Teenage Fanclub - Songs From Northern Britain (1997, reissue 1999, Epic/Sony # ESCA 6779)
Author: luckburz

Teenage Fanclub - Songs From Northern Britain
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 312 MB | Full Artwork: 200 | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Epic/Sony ESCA 6779 | Country/Year: Japan 1999, 1997
Genre: Rock, Pop | Style: Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Brit Pop

"...While Songs From Northern Britain may be too gentle and subtle for those listeners not willing to give it more than one spin, it is a resolutely beautiful album that will most likely stand as Teenage Fanclub's masterpiece." ~allmusicguide
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The Who - Who's Better, Who's Best (2007) Repost
Author: v3122
The Who - Who's Better, Who's Best

The Who - Who's Better, Who's Best (2007)
Rock | DVD Video | DVD-9 | ~5.10 Gb
MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | AC-3 6ch, 448Kbps/DTS 6ch, 768Kbps/PCM 2ch, 1536Kbps
Booklet and Covers(jpg) Included | Booklet and Covers(600dpi, png) -> 318 Mb

The original Who's Better, Who's Best: The Videos was a handy laserdisc consisting of 17 videos, an inordinate number of them overlapping at least in part with material from the movie The Kids Are Alright -- which was OK, as the latter was never widely available as a laserdisc...
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Berlioz: Requiem - Mitropoulos, Gedda, Cologne Radio Symphony (2012)
Author: peotuvave

Berlioz: Requiem - Mitropoulos, Gedda, Cologne Radio Symphony (2012)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 392 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Ica Classics | Catalog Number: 5075

The Greek-born Dimitri Mitropoulos (1896–1960) was incredibly gifted – his photographic memory allowed him to conduct without a score in concert and also in rehearsal! After studies in Athens, Brussels and Berlin, he took various posts in Greece. In 1930, Mitropoulos played the solo part in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.3 with the Berlin Philharmonic and conducted the work from the keyboard, becoming the first modern musician to do so. He made his US debut in 1936 and went on to become principal conductor of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (1937–1949) and then music director of the New York Philharmonic (1951–1957), where he was eventually succeeded by Leonard Bernstein. He expanded the repertoire of the NYPO and championed Mahler’s symphonies in particular.
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Count Basie Live! - 1938 At The Famous Door, NYC
Author: Buaires

Count Basie Live! - 1938 At The Famous Door, NYC
Jazz | Label: Jazz Hour | FLAC, Cue, Covers | PT: 1:12:47 | rel: 1997 | 2 x 95,4 + 15 MB

The Basie band, with Harry James as the guest soloist, new arrival Harry Edison in the lineup, rocking New York's 52nd Street. The band is captured here in six late-night CBS broadcasts in the midst of its first big year of success, in an engagement that was supposed to last six weeks and ended up running four months, before an audience so taken with the group's sound that they willingly moved out onto the sidewalk while the group opened up to full volume for these broadcasts. Details
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