jueves, 24 de octubre de 2013

VA - Woody's Winners (2000)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Woody's Winners
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
Catalog: PIESD 239
Genre: Jazz, Swing, Big Band
Quality: FLAC (con/with Tracks)
Time: 69:40
Size: 198 mb


01. Frenesi (From ''Radio Days'' ) (3:07)
02. Stardust (From ''Stardust Memories'' ) (3:36)
03. Big Noise From Winnetka (From ''Manhattan Murder Mystery'' ) (2:36)
04. Whispering (From ''Mighty Aphrodite'' ) (3:25)
05. Take The ''A'' Train (From ''Radio Days'' ) (2:58)
06. If You Are But A Dream (From ''Radio Days'' ) (3:06)
07. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (From ''Radio Days'' ) (4:29)
08. Cheek To Cheek (From ''The Purple Rose Of Cairo'' ) (3:20)
09. Tickle Toe (From ''Stardust Memories'' ) (2:37)
10. I''ve Heard That Song Before (From ''Hannah And Her Sisters'' ) (3:02)
11. After You've Gone (From ''Sweet And Lowdown'' ) (3:04)
12. Body And Soul (From ''Stardust Memories'' ) (3:28)
13. Did I Remember? (From ''Celebrity'' ) (2:53)
14. In The Mood (From ''Radio Days'' ) (3:39)
15. You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It) (From ''Hannah And Her Sisters'' ) (3:16)
16. The White Cliffs Of Dover (There'll Be Blue Birds Over) (From ''Radio Days'' ) (3:00)
17. If Dreams Come True (From ''Stardust Memories'' ) (3:23)
18. Lullaby Of Broadway (From ''Radio Days'' ) (2:27)
19. Sing, Sing, Sing (From ''New York Stories'' ) (8:50)
20. Goodbye (From ''Radio Days'' ) (3:24)



sábado, 12 de octubre de 2013

Wakolda (2013) DVDSCR [excelente calidad y varios servers]

DURACIÓN: 90 minutos
GÉNERO: Thriller, Drama
PAÍS: Argentina
DIRECTOR: Lucía Puenzo
IDIOMA: Español Latino, Alemán
SUBTITULOS: Sí (Español)


Àlex Brendemühl, Natalia Oreiro, Diego Peretti, Elena Roger, Guillermo Pfening, Ana Pauls, Florencia Bado, Alan Daicz, Abril Braunstein, Juani Martínez.

Ver Descargar El médico alemán Online. En el verano de 1960, un médico alemán conoce a una familia argentina en la región más desolada de la Patagonia, y se suma a ellos, en caravana, por la ruta del desierto. El viajero no es otro que Josef Mengele, uno de los criminales más grandes de la historia. Esta familia revive en él todas las obsesiones relacionadas con la pureza y la perfección. En especial Lilith, una adolescente con un cuerpo demasiado pequeño para su edad. La fascinación es mutua: en pleno despertar sexual, Lilith siente una inquietante atracción por ese forastero. Desconociendo la verdadera identidad del alemán, al llegar a Bariloche, Enzo y Eva lo aceptan como primer huésped de la hostería que poseen, a orillas del lago Nahuel Huapi. Aunque el extraño personaje les genera a los anfitriones cierto recelo, progresivamente se verán seducidos por sus modos, su distinción, su saber científico y sus ofertas de dinero.

Paul McCartney - New (Japanese Edition - Bonus Tracks) 2013

Genre: Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps Avg / 44.1 KHz / Joint Stereo
Size: 115 MB
Rip Date: 2013-10-11
Store Date: 2013-10-14


1. Save Us
2. Alligator
3. On My Way To Work
4. Queenie Eye
5. Early Days
6. New
7. Appreciate
8. Everybody Out There
9. Hosanna
10. I Can Bet
11. Looking At Her
12. Road
13. Turned Out (Bonus Track)
14. Get Me Out Of Here (Bonus Track)
15. Struggle (JP Bonus Track)








jueves, 10 de octubre de 2013

Golden Beatles + The very best of John Lennon + Paul McCartney - Love Ballads (2002)

Genre: Rock
Year: 2002
Format: MP3
Bitrate: 320 
Size: 457 MB


Golden Beatles

01 I Saw Her Standing There
02 Love Me Do
03 Twist And Shout
04 All My Loving
05 I Wanna Be Your Man
06 A Hard Day's Night
07 I Should Have Known Better
08 And I Love Her
09 Can't Buy Me Love
10 I'll Be Back
11 Rock 'n roll music
12 I'll Follow The Sun
13 Help
14 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
15 Yesterday
16 Norwegian Wood
17 Michele
18 Girl
19 Yellow Submarine
20 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
21 With A Little Help From My Friends
22 When I'm Sixty Four
23 Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da
24 Get Back-With Billy Preston
25 Don't let me down
26 Oh! Darling
27 Let It Be

The very best of John Lennon

01 imagine
02 give peace a chance
03 Woman
04 jealous guy
05 instant karma!
06 (just like) starting over
07 gold turkey
08 Happy Xmas War Is Over
09 Stand by me
10 love
11 pover to the people
12 I'm Losing You
13 Dear Yoko
14 Beautiful Boy Beautiful Darling
15 mind games

Paul McCartney-Love Ballads (2002)

01 From a lover to a friend
02 Wild life
03 Singalongjunk
04 Shake a hand
05 Yesterday
06 No more lonely night (Ballad)
07 Distraction
08 Let me roll it
09 My love
10 Uncle albert
11 Goodbye princess
12 Wanderlust
13 Footprints
14 Golden earth girl
15 Venus and mars (reprise)
16 So bad
17 The note you never wrote
18 Heaven on a sunday
19 Bluebird
20 Souvenir
21 The long and winding road






Paul Mccartney - New (Deluxe Edition) 2013

Artist: Paul Mccartney 
Album: New 
Genre: Rock 
Label: Hear Music 
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps 
Size: 118 MB 


1. Save Us 
2. Alligator 
3. On My Way To Work 
4. Queenie Eye 
5. Early Days 
6. New 
7. Appreciate 
8. Everybody Out There 
9. Hosanna 
10. I Can Bet 
11. Looking At Her 
12. Road 
13. Turned Out (Bonus Track) 
14. Get Me Out Of Here (Bonus Track) 

miércoles, 9 de octubre de 2013

Bob Dylan – The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 – Another Self Portrait (1969-1971) (2013)

Artist: Bob Dylan
Title Of Album: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 – Another Self Portrait (1969-1971)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Columbia
Genre: Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 2:51:45
Total Size: 399 MB


CD 1

1 Went To See The Gypsy (demo)
2 In Search Of Little Sadie (without overdubs, Self Portrait)
3 Pretty Saro (unreleased, Self Portrait)
4 Alberta #3 (alternate version, Self Portrait)
5 Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (unreleased, Self Portrait)
6 Annie’s Going To Sing Her Song (unreleased, Self Portrait)
7 Time Passes Slowly #1 (alternate version, New Morning)
8 Only A Hobo (unreleased, Greatest Hits II)
9 Minstrel Boy (unreleased, The Basement Tapes)
10 I Threw It All Away (alternate version, Nashville Skyline)
11 Railroad Bill (unreleased, Self Portrait)
12 Thirsty Boots (unreleased, Self Portrait)
13 This Evening So Soon (unreleased, Self Portrait)
14 These Hands (unreleased, Self Portrait)
15 Little Sadie (without overdubs, Self Portrait)
16 House Carpenter (unreleased, Self Portrait)
17 All The Tired Horses (without overdubs, Self Portrait)

CD 2

1 If Not For You (alternate version, New Morning)
2 Wallflower (alternate version, 1971)
3 Wigwam (original version without overdubs, Self Portrait)
4 Days Of ’49 (original version without overdubs, Self Portrait)
5 Working On A Guru (unreleased, New Morning)
6 Country Pie (alternate version, Nashville Skyline)
7 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Live With The Band, Isle Of Wight 1969)
8 Highway 61 Revisited (Live With The Band, Isle Of Wight 1969)
9 Copper Kettle (without overdubs, Self Portrait)
10 Bring Me A Little Water (unreleased, New Morning)
11 Sign On The Window (with orchestral overdubs, New Morning)
12 Tattle O’Day (unreleased, Self Portrait)
13 If Dogs Run Free (alternate version, New Morning)
14 New Morning (with horn section overdubs, New Morning)
15 Went To See The Gypsy (alternate version, New Morning)
16 Belle Isle (without overdubs, Self Portrait)
17 Time Passes Slowly #2 (alternate version, New Morning)
18 When I Paint My Masterpiece (demo)

Bob Dylan & The Band
Isle of Wight – August 31, 1969

1 She Belongs To Me
2 I Threw It All Away
3 Maggie’s Farm
4 Wild Mountain Thyme
5 It Ain’t Me, Babe
6 To Ramona/ Mr. Tambourine Man
7 I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
8 Lay Lady Lay
9 Highway 61 Revisited
10 One Too Many Mornings
11 I Pity The Poor Immigrant
12 Like A Rolling Stone
13 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
14 Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)
15 Minstrel Boy
16 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35






lunes, 7 de octubre de 2013

James Brown - Live From The House Of Blues (2009) DVD5

Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 4 618 , 720 x 480 (1.778) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 256 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, DTS 6ch. at 755 Kbps
Genre: R&B | Label: Image Entertainment | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 28 Sep 2009 | Runtime: 75 min. | 4,15 GB (DVD5)

The hardest working man in show business brings down the House Of Blues with a live concert event in Las Vegas. James Brown's influential music, uninhibited style and energetic stage presence are captured like never before. Generations of fans rejoice as the undisputed 'Godfather Of Soul' takes his diverse audience on a journey through five decades of chart-topping hits. This disc also features an on-camera interview with the producers and a bonus performance by Tomi Rae. "Soul Brother Number One," "the Godfather of Soul," "the Hardest Working Man in Show Business," "Mr. Dynamite" those are mighty titles, but no one can question that James Brown earned them more than any other performer. Other singers were more popular, others were equally skilled, but few other African-American musicians were so influential over the course of popular music. And no other musician, pop or otherwise, put on a more exciting, exhilarating stage show: Brown's performances were marvels of athletic stamina and split-second timing. Through the gospel-impassioned fury of his vocals and the complex polyrhythms of his beats, Brown was a crucial midwife in not just one, but two revolutions in black American music. He was one of the figures most responsible for turning R&B into soul and he was, most would agree, the figure most responsible for turning soul music into the funk of the late '60s and early '70s. After the mid-'70s, he did little more than tread water artistically; his financial and drug problems eventually got him a controversial prison sentence. Yet in a sense, his music is now more influential than ever, as his voice and rhythms have been sampled on innumerable hip-hop recordings, and critics have belatedly hailed his innovations as among the most important in all of rock or soul.
Brown's rags-to-riches-to-rags story has heroic and tragic dimensions of mythic resonance. Born into poverty in the South, he ran afoul of the law by the late '40s on an armed robbery conviction. With the help of singer Bobby Byrd's family, Brown gained parole and started a gospel group with Byrd, changing their focus to R&B as the rock revolution gained steam. The Flames, as the Georgian group was known in the mid-'50s, signed to Federal/King and had a huge R&B hit right off the bat with the wrenching, churchy ballad "Please, Please, Please." By that point, The Flames had become James Brown & the Famous Flames; the charisma, energy, and talent of Brown made him the natural star attraction. All of Brown's singles over the next two years flopped, as he sought to establish his own style, recording material that was obviously derivative of heroes like Roy Brown, Hank Ballard, Little Richard, and Ray Charles. In retrospect, it can be seen that Brown was in the same position as dozens of other R&B one-shot: talented singers in need of better songs, or not fully on the road to a truly original sound. What made Brown succeed where hundreds of others failed was his superhuman determination, working the chitlin circuit to death, sharpening his band, and keeping an eye on new trends. He was on the verge of being dropped from King in late 1958 when his perseverance finally paid off, as "Try Me" became a number one R&B (and small pop) hit, and several follow-ups established him as a regular visitor to the R&B charts.
Brown's style of R&B got harder as the '60s began; he added more complex, Latin- and jazz-influenced rhythms on hits like "Good Good Lovin'," "I'll Go Crazy," "Think," and "Night Train," alternating these with torturous ballads that featured some of the most frayed screaming to be heard outside of the church. Black audiences already knew that Brown had the most exciting live act around, but he truly started to become a phenomenon with the release of Live at the Apollo in 1963. Capturing a James Brown concert in all its whirling-dervish energy and calculated spontaneity, the album reached number two on the album charts, an unprecedented feat for a hardcore R&B LP.
Live at the Apollo was recorded and released against the wishes of the King label. It was this kind of artistic standoff that led Brown to seek better opportunities elsewhere. In 1964, he ignored his King contract to record "Out of Sight" for Smash, igniting a lengthy legal battle that prevented him from issuing vocal recordings for about a year. When he finally resumed recording for King in 1965, he had a new contract that granted him far more artistic control over his releases.
Brown's new era had truly begun, however, with "Out of Sight," which topped the R&B charts and made the pop Top 40. For some time, Brown had been moving toward more elemental lyrics that threw in as many chants and screams as they did words, and more intricate beats and horn charts that took some of their cues from the ensemble work of jazz outfits. "Out of Sight" wasn't called funk when it came out, but it had most of the essential ingredients. These were amplified and perfected on 1965's "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag," a monster that finally broke Brown to the white audience, reaching the Top Ten. The even more adventurous follow-up, "I Got You (I Feel Good)," did even better, making number three. These hits kicked off Brown's period of greatest commercial success and public visibility. From 1965 to the end of the decade, he was rarely off the R&B charts, often on the pop listings, and all over the concert circuit and national television, even meeting with Vice President Hubert Humphrey and other important politicians as a representative of the black community. His music became even bolder and funkier, as melody was dispensed with almost altogether in favor of chunky rhythms and magnetic interplay between his vocals, horns, drums, and scratching electric guitar (heard to best advantage on hits like "Cold Sweat," "I Got the Feelin'," and "There Was a Time"). The lyrics were not so much words as chanted, stream-of-consciousness slogans, often aligning themselves with black pride as well as good old-fashioned (or new-fashioned) sex. Much of the credit for the sound he devised belonged to (and has now been belatedly attributed to) his top-notch supporting musicians such as saxophonists Maceo Parker, St. Clair Pinckney, and Pee Wee Ellis; guitarist Jimmy Nolen; backup singer and longtime loyal associate Bobby Byrd; and drummer Clyde Stubblefield.
Brown was both a brilliant bandleader and a stern taskmaster, the latter leading his band to walk out on him in late 1969. Amazingly, he turned the crisis to his advantage by recruiting a young Cincinnati outfit called the Pacemakers featuring guitarist Catfish Collins and bassist Bootsy Collins. Although they only stayed with him for about a year, they were crucial to Brown's evolution into even harder funk, emphasizing the rhythm and the bottom even more. The Collins brothers, for their part, put their apprenticeship to good use, helping define '70s funk as members of the Parliament-Funkadelic axis.
In the early '70s, many of the most important members of Brown's late-'60s band returned to the fold, to be billed as the J.B.'s (they also made records on their own). Brown continued to score heavily on the R&B charts throughout the first half of the '70s, the music becoming more and more elemental and beat-driven. At the same time, he was retreating from the white audience he had cultivated during the mid- to late '60s; records like "Make It Funky," "Hot Pants," "Get on the Good Foot," and "The Payback" were huge soul sellers, but only modest pop ones. Critics charged, with some justification, that the Godfather was starting to repeat and recycle himself too many times. It must be remembered, though, that these songs were made for the singles radio jukebox market and not meant to be played one after the other on CD compilations (as they are today).
By the mid-'70s, Brown was beginning to burn out artistically. He seemed shorn of new ideas, was being out-gunned on the charts by disco, and was running into problems with the IRS and his financial empire. There were sporadic hits, and he could always count on enthusiastic live audiences, but by the '80s, he didn't have a label. With the explosion of rap, however, which frequently sampled vintage J.B.'s records, Brown became hipper than ever. He collaborated with Afrika Bambaataa on the critical smash single "Unity" and reentered the Top Ten in 1986 with "Living in America." Rock critics, who had always ranked Brown considerably below Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin in the soul canon, began to reevaluate his output, particularly the material from his funk years, sometimes anointing him not just "Soul Brother Number One," but the most important black musician of the rock era.
In 1988, Brown's personal life came crashing down in a well-publicized incident in which he was accused by his wife of assault and battery. After a year skirting hazy legal and personal troubles, he led the police on an interstate car chase after allegedly threatening people with a handgun. The episode ended in a six-year prison sentence that many felt was excessive; he was paroled after serving two years. Throughout the '90s Brown continued to perform and release new material like Love Over-Due (1991), Universal James (1992), and I'm Back (1998). While none of these recordings could be considered as important as his earlier work and did little to increase his popularity, his classic catalog became more popular in the American mainstream during this time than it had been since the '70s, and not just among young rappers and samplers. One of the main reasons for this was a proper presentation of his recorded legacy. For a long time, his cumbersome, byzantine discography was mostly out of print, with pieces available only on skimpy greatest-hits collections. A series of exceptionally well-packaged reissues on PolyGram changed that situation; the Star Time box set is the best overview, with other superb compilations devoted to specific phases of his lengthy career, from '50s R&B to '70s funk.
In 2004, Brown was diagnosed with prostate cancer but successfully fought the disease. By 2006, it was in remission and Brown, then 73, began a global tour dubbed the Seven Decades of Funk World Tour. Late in the year while at a routine dentist appointment, the singer was diagnosed with pneumonia. He was admitted to the hospital for treatment but died of heart failure a few days later, in the early morning hours of Christmas Day. A public viewing was held at Apollo Theater in Harlem, followed by a private ceremony in his hometown of Augusta, GA.

01. James Brown Introduction [2:41]
02. Get Up Offa That Thing [:02]
03. Gonna Have A Funky Good Time [1:12]
04. Living In America [:02]
05. Popcorn [3:10]
06. Soul Power [4:56]
07. Soul Man [5:23]
08. I Got The Feeling [4:29]
09. Hot Pants [:48]
10. Try Me [2:40]
11. Prisoner Of Love [3:12]
12. Georgia On My Mind [3:26]
13. If I Ruled The World [1:04]
14. Why Don't You Do Right [2:18]
15. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag [:34]
16. Funk On A Roll [1:01]
17. Payback [4:25]
18. I Feel Good [3:54]
19. Pap Don't Take No Mess [1:20]
20. Please Please Please [6:02]
21. Sex Machine; End Credits [1:01]

- On Camera Interview With The Producers And A Bonus Performance By Tomi Rae

- Direct Scene Access
- Interactive Menu





miércoles, 2 de octubre de 2013

The Clash - Hits Back (2013)

Rock - MP3 320 kbps - 2013 - 216 MB - 2 CD



01 – London Calling 
02 – Safe European Home 
03 – Know Your Rights 
04 – (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 
05 – Janie Jones 
06 – The Guns of Brixtion 
07 – Train in Vain 
08 – Bankrobber 
09 – Wrong ‘Em Boyo 
10 – The Magnificent Seven 
11 – Police on My Back 
12 – Rock the Casbah 
13 – Career Opportunities 
14 – Police & Thieves 
15 – Somebody Got Murdered 
16 – Brand New Cadillac 
17 – Clampdown 


01 – Ghetto Defendant 
02 – Armagideon Time 
03 – Stay Free 
04 – I Fought the Law 
05 – Straight to Hell 
06 – Should I Stay or Should I Go 
07 – Garageland 
08 – White Riot 
09 – Complete Control 
10 – Clash City Rockers 
11 – Tommy Gun 
12 – English Civil War 
13 – The Call Up 
14 – Hitsville UK 
15 – Radio Clash 

Queen (iTunes) Discografia (1973 - 2011)

Queen - iTunes Discography 1973 - 2011
Years: 1973-2011 | Codec: AAC | Bitrate: 256 kbps | Source: iTunes Store | Duration: 24 CD, 28:13:06 | 5.91 GB
Genre: Rock


1973 - Queen (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1974 - Queen II (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1974 - Sheer Heart Attack (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1975 - A Night At The Opera (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1976 - A Day At The Races (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1977 - News Of The World (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1978 - Jazz (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1980 - Flash Gordon (OST) (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1980 - The Game (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1982 - Hot Space (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1984 - The Works (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1986 - A Kind Of Magic (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1989 - The Miracle (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1991 - Innuendo (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes LP) [Remastered]
1995 - Made In Heaven (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]

1979 - Live Killers
1992 - Live At Wembley Stadium '86
2007 - Queen Rock Montreal '81

1981 - Queen: Greatest Hits (2011 Remaster)
1991 - Queen: Greatest Hits II (2011 Remaster)
2009 - Queen: Absolute Greatest (Remastered)
2011 - Deep Cuts, Vol. 1 (1973-1976) [Remastered]
2011 - Deep Cuts, Vol. 2 (1977-1982) [Remastered]
2011 - Deep Cuts, Vol. 3 (1984-1995) [Remastered]


Hugh Laurie - Didn't It Rain Special Edition 2CD (2013)

Artista: Hugh Laurie 
Album: Didn't It Rain 
Año: 2013 
Label: Warners 
Genero: Blues, jazz, tango 
Formato: MP3 320 kbps 
Tiempo: 69:05 min 
Tamaño: 157 MB 


CD 1: 

1. The St. Louis blues (4:19) 
2. Junkers blues (2:55) 
3. Kiss of fire (3:25) 
4. Vicksburg blues (4:28) 
5. The weed smoker's dream (4:16) 
6. Wild Honey (4:20) 
7. Send me to the 'lectric chair (5:25) 
8. Evenin' (3:04) 
9. Didn't it rain (2:51) 
10. Careless love (5:20) 
11. One for my baby (4:01) 
12. I hate a man like you (4:17) 
13. Changes (3:59) 

CD 2: 

1. Day & Night 
2. Junco Partner 
3. Louisiana Blues 
4. Staggerlee 
5. Unchain My Heart 






Pink Floyd - From The Vault (2013)

Rock - MP3 320 Kbps


1. Have A Cigar (Wine Glasses) [06:46] 
2. Wish You Were Here 2013 [05:20] 
3. Pigs On A Wing [03:16] 
4. Another Brick In The Wall Pt.2 (Single Extended)[04:15] 
5. Money [06:25] 
6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (TXE Remix) [06:36] 
7. Bring The Boys Back Home [01:22] 
8. Comfortably Numb [06:18] 
9. Young Lust (Alternative) [03:29] 
10. Last Few Bricks (Intro) [01:09] 
11. Run Like Hell [04:02] 
12. Free Four [04:00] 
13. Sheep [09:58] 
14. One Of These Days [05:07] 
15. Brain Damage/Eclipse [05:55] 





martes, 1 de octubre de 2013

Discos Viejos del Rock Nacional Argentino 60/70

Trio Galleta - "Galleta Soul" (1971)

Fue el segundo y ultimo disco del trio editado en 1971. Luego del Trio Galleta, Iturbide forma en 1974 el cuarteto "Galleta" con el cual grabaron un solo LP para la RCA.
  1. Te Veré En La Esquina
  2. Millas Caminadas
  3. Estoy Abandonado
  4. Yo No Puedo Creerlo
  5. Cae Mi Pena
  6. Veo Tu Rostro En La Ventana
  7. Igual que Ayer, Igual que Antes
  8. Acercate Dulcemente
  9. Tómalo
  10. Rock de la Cárcel
  11. Georgia en mi Mente
  12. Volviendo a Indiana

Trio formado en Mayo de 1969. Integrado por:

Carlos Iturbide: Guitarra y Voz
Juan Carlos:Saporiti: Bateria
Anibal Conte: Bajo

Estoy herido

01- Lodi
02- Enciende mi fuego
03- Nosotros Conseguiremos Mas Almas
04- Nena Nosotros podemos alcanzarlo
05- Has Visto Sus Ojos
06- Jambalaya
07- Estoy Herido
08- Golpes Diferentes
09- Rio Verde
10- La Rueca
11- Sentado Sobre El Muelle De La Bahía
12- Estoy Obsesionado

Originalmente se iba a llamar "Rock De La Mujer Podrida" pero no pudo ser por culpa de la censura. El ultimo disco del grupo fundacional del rock argentino, "Rock de La Mujer Perdida" grabado durante 1970 y editado en el mismo año, fue el álbum mas rockero de Los Gatos. Para muchos es considerado el mejor lp del grupo.

01 Rock de la mujer perdida
02 Requiem para un hombre feliz
03 Los días de Actemio
04 Invasión (Fogliatta - Pappo - Moro - Toth)
05 Mujer de carbón
06 No fui hecho para esta tierra
07 Porque bajamos a la ciudad
08 Blues de la calle 23

Todos los temas fueron compuestos por Litto Nebbia excepto indicación

Hace un tiempo ya hablamos de las virtudes personales de León Gieco, ahora es el turno de que nos acompañe en forma musical.
Cantautor prolífico y polifuncional como pocos tocó con todos, aunque lo suyo, si es obligatorio clasificar, es el folk. "Pensar en Nada" además de 5 temas altamente conocidos por todos, tiene un poco de todo lo que hace este Señor, desde esos arreglos llenos de latinoamericanismos musicales, a una cosa más electrónica y algo de rock. Sumándole la buena y comprometida pluma que es una constante, tenemos un "Pequeño León Gieco ilustrado" (¿?) en forma de 12 temas.


01. Pensar en nada - 4:54
02. Bajo el sol de Bogotá - 2:37
03. Soy un pobre agujero - 3:02
04. La cultura es la sonrisa - 2:54
05. Bajaste del Norte - 6:09
06. Canto dorado - 2:47
07. Vino algo y lo arrasó - 4:02
08. Los accidentes de la ruta - 3:06
09. Cumbia de la ciudad - 5:34
10. Aquí, allá, hoy o mañana - 3:07
11. Chacarera de un atardecer - 3:46
12. Vení que te digo algo - 1:46

Compresión: CBR 320 Kbps
Tamaño: 100,75 MB
Pass: somospacifistas

Acá está el disco completo de Moris, con su portada original que además contiene los dos temas que venían como Bonus Track en la segunda edición en Compact Disc hecha por el sello Microfon.

Disco descatalogado, ya que la nueva versión que circula en las calles no tiene los Bonus Track.

"Son las once y media de la noche y escucho en el aire una canción del conjunto Creedence Clearwater Revival y suena con la naturalidad de un tango antiguo flotando sobre la ciudad.
Mañana tengo un recital y estoy un poco afónico y con gripe. Sin embargo el LP esta listo y la voz esta fijada para siempre en la cinta de grabación y han sido unos cuantos años de cantar, vagar, componer y dar la cara a lo que me ha tocado vivir.
Ahora que miro la lista de los temas, los veo como pedazos de un rompecabezas incompleto, que soy yo mismo. Y sin embargo no puedo detenerme en esta música. Ya estoy viajando con mi mente hacia lugares que todavía no se que o como son. Pero voy a necesitar otros materiales, otros sonidos, otras palabras y hasta ganas."

(Comentario de Moris en la contratapa del lp “Treinta Minutos de Vida”)

Lado A

El Oso
Ayer Nomas
Pato Trabaja en una Carniceria
De Nada Sirve

Lado B

Esto va para Atras
En una Tarde de sol
El piano de Olivos
Escuchame entre el ruido
Juan el noble caballero

Bonus Track


Grabado en los estudios T.N.T. y producido por Jorge Alvarez y Pedro Pujo.

“Esto que un amigo titulo Treinta Minutos de Vida empezara a rodar por los tocadiscos de esta ciudad o de cualquier lado. Y lo que pase con esta media hora de vida, es una historia que todavía no se a empezado a escribir”


01 - No pibe (Manal)
02 - You (Samantha Summers)
03 - Azúcar amarga (Vox Dei)
04 - Mariposas de madera (Miguel Abuelo)
05 - Para ser un hombre más (Manal)
06 - Monsieur Ducau (Hielo)
07 - Candy (Piel Tierna)
08 - El Oso (Moris)
09 - Territorio prometido (Xawks)
10 - Escúchame entre el ruido (Moris)
11 - La estación (Los Abuelos de la Nada)
12 - Levemente triste (Miguel Abuelo) 

Vox Dei – Azucar Amargo (Publicado en 1969 por Mandioca)
Vox Dei – Presente / Doctor Jekill (Publicado en 1970 por Mandioca)
Vox Dei – Canción para Una Mujer / Total Que (Publicado en 1970 por Mandioca)

Vox Dei se formo en la primavera de 1967.
Empezaron tocando con el nombre de Match 4 y luego son descubiertos por el productor Jorge Álvarez, de Mandioca, quien les sugiere que cambien de nombre.
Willy Quiroga lee la frase “Vox Populi, Vox Dei” que significa La Voz del pueblo, la voz de Dios, de ahí el nombre de la banda, Vox Dei.

“Bueno, se lo ponemos en forma provisoria y cualquier cosa, después se lo cambiamos".

Son contratados para el sello Mandioca y actúan en el festival Beat Baires, organizado en el teatro Payro en 1969.
En ese festival participaron también Almendra, Litto Nebbia y Piel Tierna entre otros.
Ese mismo día después de que Vox Dei terminara su actuación, se le acerca al camarín Luis Alberto Spinetta y le pregunta a Willy Quiroga porque cantaban en ingles, teniendo todo un idioma a su disposición.
Luego de terminar el festival, Willy Quiroga empieza a traducir en el tren que lo llevaba al barrio de Quilmes el tema Bitter Sugar, que luego seria Conocido como Azucar Amarga.

“Tocamos nosotros y nos fue bárbaro. Cuando nos vamos al camarín, viene un flaco, muy flaco, que nos dice: "loco, la banda suena un montón, pero ¿por qué teniendo todo el idioma, cantan en inglés?". Le dije: "sabés que tenés razón" y automáticamente ese día, mientras volvíamos en tren, empecé a hacer la traducción de las letras y empezamos a cantar en castellano. Era Luis Alberto Spinetta, que siempre la pone justa”

(Willy Quiroga)

Manal (Primer Lp) 1970 - Mandioca

El primer Lp de Manal (La Bomba) editado en Febrero de 1970 por el sello Mandioca.

1 Jugo de Tomate
2 Porque hoy Naci
3 Avenida Rivadavia
4 Todo El dia Me Pregunto
5 Avellaneda Blues
6 Casa con diez Pinos
7 Informe de Un Dia

Zaz - Discography - 6 cds.(2010-2013)

Artist: Zaz / Title Of Album: Discography / Year Of Release: 2010-2013
Genre: Chanson, Pop, Soul, Vocal Jazz / Quality: FLAC,APE
Bitrate: lossless / Total Size: 1.8 Gb

2010 - Zaz
2011 - Love Letter From Monmartole (Japanese Limited Edition)
2011 - Sans Tsu Tsou
2011 - Zaz (Limited Special Edition)
2013 - On Ira {Single}
2013 - Recto Verso

 Zaz (2010)

1. Les Passants
2. Je Veux
3. Le Long De La Route
4. La Fée
5. Trop Sensible
6. Prends Garde A Ta Langue
7. Ni Oui Ni Non
8. Port Coton
9. J'Aime A Nouveau
10. Dans Ma Rue
11. Eblouie Par La Nuit

 Love Letter From Monmartole (Japan Limited Edition) (2010)

01. Les Passants
02. Je Veux
03. Le Long De La Route
04. La Fee
05. Trop Sensible
06. Prends Garde A Ta Langue
07. Ni Oui Ni Non
08. Port Coton
09. J’Aime A Nouveau
10. Dans Ma Rue
11. Eblouie Par La Nuit

Bonus Tracks
12. Le Long De La Route (New Version)
13. La Fee (Live Version)

 Sans Tsu Tsou - (2011) 

1. Les Passants
2. J'Aime A Nouveau
3. Le Long De La Route
4. Prends Garde A Ta Langue
5. Dans Ma Rue
6. Port Coton
7. La Fée
8. Ma Folie
9. Trop Sensible
10. J'Arrive Pas
11. Eblouie Par La Nuit
12. Je Veux
13. Je Saute Partout
14. Pray The Sunshine
15. Ni Oui Ni Non
16. Aux Detenteurs

 Zaz (Limited Special Edition) - (2011)

1. Les Passants
2. Je Veux
3. Le Long De La Route
4. La Fée
5. Trop Sensible
6. Prends Garde A Ta Langue
7. Ni Oui Ni Non
8. Port Coton
9. J'Aime A Nouveau
10. Dans Ma Rue
11. Eblouie Par La Nuit
12. Je Veux (Unplugged)
13. La fée (Unplugged)
14. Ces petits riens (Live)
15. Historia De Un Amor (Live)

 On Ira {Single} (2013)

1. On Ira

 Recto Verso - (2013)

01. On Ira (03:00)
02. Comme Ci, Comme Ca (02:44)
03. Gamine (03:10)
04. T'attends Quoi (03:20)
05. La Lessive (02:17)
06. J'ai Tant Escamote (03:44)
07. Deterre (02:41)
08. Toujours (03:10)
09. Si Je Perds (03:04)
10. Si (02:36)
11. Oublie Loulou (02:40)
12. Cette Journee (02:53)
13. Nous Debout (03:12)
14. La Lune (02:41)