Saturday, March 26, 2016

Perlman and Previn - Korngold and Conus - Violin Concerto etc (1981) (Vinyl Rip)

Year: ???? (LP 1981)
Label: EMI Records (Germany), ASD 4206
Style: Classical Music
Country: Israel, Russia, USA
Time: 42:55
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 219 Mb

It doesn't get much more entertaining than this! Korngold's concerto was composed for Heifetz, who made a sensational (mono) recording of it back in the early 1950s. Dismissed at the time by music critics as a piece of sentimental schlock, it's now rightly regarded as a masterpiece, and it was this recording that did the trick. Coupled with the attractive Goldmark concerto, this disc provides eloquent testimony of Perlman's work on behalf of unjustly neglected repertoire and remains among his most important and delightful releases. --David Hurwitz

Side A: Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Violin Concerto In D, Op. 35
01. A1 Moderato Nobile (08:30)
02. A2 Romance (Andante) (08:14)
03. A3 Finale (Allegro Assai Vivace) (07:11)

Side B: Julius Conus: Violin Concerto In E Minor
04. B1 Allegro Molto - Adagio - Cadenza - Allegro Subito (18:59)


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Friday, March 25, 2016

Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (1975) (Japan Vinyl)

Year: 1975 (LP 1975)
Label: Polydor Records (Japan), MP 2502
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 37:37
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 252 Mb

During studio sessions in Tampa Bay, Florida on 12 December 1974, Blackmore originally planned to record the solo single "Black Sheep of the Family"- a cover of a track by the band Quatermass from 1970 - and the newly composed "Sixteenth Century Greensleeves", which was to be the B-side. Other musicians involved included singer/lyricist Ronnie James Dio and drummer Gary Driscoll of blues rock band Elf, and cellist Hugh McDowell of ELO. Satisfied with the two tracks, Blackmore decided to extend the sessions to a full album.

Elf Personnel (Dio's band):
Ronnie James Dio – lead vocals
Micky Lee Soule – piano, mellotron, clavinet, organ
Craig Gruber – bass
Gary Driscoll – drums
+ Ritchie Blackmore – guitar

Matrix Side A: MP-2502A A-1-14 K5, Side B: MP-2502B B-1-15

01. A1 Man On The Silver Mountain (04:41)
02. A2 Self Portrait (03:19)
03. A3 Black Sheep Of The Family (03:23)
04. A4 Catch The Rainbow (06:39)
05. B1 Snake Charmer (04:36)
06. B2 The Temple Of The King (04:47)
07. B3 If You Don't Like Rock'n'Roll (02:39)
08. B4 Sixteenth Century Greensleeves (03:32)
09. B5 Still I'm Sad (03:58)

Prelistening Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow 1975 Japan Vinyl Full Album:


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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Wings Paul McCartney - Band on the Run (1973) (Vinyl)

Year: 1973 (LP 1973)
Label: Apple Records (UK), PAS 10007, OC 064 05503
Style: Classic Rock
Country: UK
Time: 41:17
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 265 Mb

In 2000, Q magazine placed it at number 75 in its list of the "100 Greatest British Albums Ever". In 2012, Band on the Run was voted 418th on Rolling Stone's revised list of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time". A contemporary review by Jon Landau in Rolling Stone described the album as "with the possible exception of John Lennon's Plastic Ono Band, the finest record yet released by any of the four musicians who were once called the Beatles".
The album cover photograph was taken at Osterley Park, west London, on 28 October 1973 by photographer Clive Arrowsmith. It depicts Paul, Linda and Denny plus six other well-known people dressed as convicts caught in the spotlight of a prison searchlight. They are Michael Parkinson, chat-show host and journalist; Kenny Lynch, actor, comedian and singer; James Coburn, actor; Clement Freud, politician, columnist, gourmet and raconteur ; Christopher Lee, actor; and John Conteh, a boxer who later became World Light-Heavyweight champion.

01. A1 Band on the Run (05:13)
02. A2 Jet (04:09)
03. A3 Bluebird (03:24)
04. A4 Mrs Vandebilt (04:41)
05. A5 Let Me Roll It (04:52)
06. B1 Mamunia (04:53)
07. B2 No Words (02:36)
08. B3 Picasso's Last Words (Drink to Me) (05:55)
09. B4 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five (05:30)

Prelistening Wings Paul McCartney - Band on the Run 1973 Vinyl Full Album: Dailymotion

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Friday, March 4, 2016

Wings Paul McCartney - Back To The Egg (1979) (Vinyl Rip)

Year: 1979 (LP 1979)
Label: MPL Records (UK), PCTC 257, OC 064 62 799
Style: Rock
Country: UK
Time: 42:18
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 267 Mb

Rockestra line-up on B1 "Rockestra Theme" and B6 "So Glad to See You Here"

    Denny Laine, Laurence Juber, David Gilmour, Hank Marvin, Pete Townshend – guitars
    Steve Holly, John Bonham, Kenney Jones – drums
    Paul McCartney, John Paul Jones, Ronnie Lane, Bruce Thomas – basses
    Paul McCartney, Gary Brooker, John Paul Jones – pianos
    Linda McCartney, Tony Ashton – keyboards
    Speedy Acquaye, Tony Carr, Ray Cooper, Morris Pert – percussion
    Howie Casey, Tony Dorsey, Steve Howard, Thaddeus Richard – horns

Matrix side A: YEX 987 - 2 NICK W, side B: YEX 988 - 2 NICK

01. A1 Reception (01:08)
02. A2 Getting Closer (03:23)
03. A3 We're Open Tonight (01:29)
04. A4 Spin It On (02:13)
05. A5 Again and Again and Again (03:35)
06. A6 Old Siam, Sir (04:12)
07. A7 Arrow Through Me (03:40)
08. B1 Rockestra Theme (02:36)
09. B2 To You (03:13)
10. B3 After the Ball, Million Miles (04:01)
11. B4 Winter Rose, Love Awake (05:00)
12. B5 The Broadcast (01:30)
13. B6 So Glad to See You Here (03:23)
14. B7 Baby's Request (02:50)

Prelistening Wings Paul McCartney - Back To The Egg 1979 Vinyl Full Album: Dailymotion

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