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Kevin Kern - Endless Blue Sky (2009)


Kevin Kern (born Kevin Lark Gibbs on December 22, 1958) is an American pianist, composer and recording artist of New Age music. He was born in Detroit, Michigan. He is now generally recognized as a representative of the New Age style. Born legally blind, Kern is aided in studio by SONAR’s accessibility and Dancing Dots’ assistive music technologies for the vision impaired.

Country: USA
Release Date: January 27, 2009
Recorded: 2008
Label: Real Music
Genre: New Age, Neo-Classic, Instrumental
Style: Relax, Meditative
Format: mp3 & Ape
Quality: VBR V0 & Lossless
Size: 106.5 mb & 264 mb (+5% recovery)

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Melanie Thornton - Ready To Fly (2001)


Melanie Janene Thornton (May 13, 1967 – November 24, 2001) was an American pop singer who found fame in Germany and fronted the Eurodance group La Bouche, who found success with the singles "Be My Lover" and "Sweet Dreams" in the mid-1990s. She forged a moderately successful solo career in Germany before her death. Her hits include "Love How You Love Me", "Wonderful Dream", "Memories", and "Heartbeat". Thornton died in a plane crash near Bassersdorf, Switzerland. Receiving significant airplay during the annual Christmas season, "Wonderful Dream" has consistently featured in the December singles charts in Germany ever since.

Country: USA
Release Date: May 7, 2001
Label: X-cell Records
Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop
Style: RnB/Swing, House, Synth-pop
Format: mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Size: 128 mb (+5% recovery)

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Aomusic - Twirl (2009)

Featuring Miriam Stockley

Richard Gannaway and Jay Oliver grew up in St. Louis, MO. They met in 1988 and moved to the Los Angeles area in 1989... They began working on the AOMUSIC project in 1996... Gannaway toured Western Europe and Canada extensively as leader of the group 'Tiger and the Helix' before founding the vision of AOMUSIC... Oliver's former credits include: Sheryl Crow, The Eagles, Celine Dion, Jimmy Buffett, Bonnie Raitt, Wynona Judd, Glenn Fry, Joe Walsh, Chick Corea and Dave Weckl... Jay has also created something extraordinary with his colleague William Lenihan... Check it out at Sound Science...

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Blackmore's Night - Autumn Sky (2010)


Blackmore's Night is an English-American traditional folk rock duo led by Ritchie Blackmore (acoustic and electric guitar) and Candice Night (lead vocals, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist).

Country: UK, USA
Release Date: September 14, 2010
Release: Japan
Genres: Folk Rock
Format: mp3
Quality: VBR V0
Size: 145 mb (+5% recovery)
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António Pinto - City of Men (2008)


Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles' film adaptation of Paulo Lins' book City of God was highly regarded upon its release in 2002, as it followed a group of Rio de Janeiro slum children through three decades of their brutal and violent lives. Like its predecessor, the sequel City of Men (produced by Meirelles this time and directed by Paulo Morelli) was scored by Antonio Pinto. The present-day setting allows Pinto, who performs the music largely by himself (playing guitar, bass, flute, percussion, drums, keyboards, melodica, guitarron, cavaquinho, and vibratone, in addition to singing and programming) to create a lively contemporary score that touches on everything from rap ("Vietnam a Brasileira" features Rappin' Hood) to samba, with lots of other percussion-heavy cues as well. The brief soundtrack album slows down two-thirds of the way through for "Heraldo e a Memória" and "A Guerra e a Paz," while "O iPod de Mina" is an acoustic guitar solo by Edmilson Capelupi. The most unusual track is "Radio," in which different styles of music are juxtaposed by what sounds like the switching of a radio from station to station. Pinto thus varies his effects, finding appropriate music for the compelling story.

Country: Brazil
Release Date: January 8, 2008
Label: Lakeshore Records
Genres: Score, Instrumental, Soundtrack, Ethnic
Format: mp3
Quality: VBR V0
Size: 66,7 mb (+5% recovery)
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Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill 2 (2001) OST


Country: Japan
Release Date: October 3, 2001
Genres: Score, Trip-Hop, Instrumental, Dark Ambient, Noise
Format: mp3
Quality: VBR V0
Size: 152 mb (+5% recovery)
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Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill (1999) OST


Akira Yamaoka (山岡 晃 Yamaoka Akira, born February 6, 1968) is a video game composer, sound designer, sound director, and video game producer who worked for Konami since 1993 until his resignation in 2009. He is best known for creating the music in the Silent Hill series; he also worked as a sound director and producer on the series as well as serving as a composer and producer of the Silent Hill feature-length film.
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Country: Japan
Release Date: March 5, 1999
Label: King Records (Japan)
Genres: Score, Trip-Hop, Instrumental, Dark Ambient, Noise
Format: mp3, Flac
Quality: VBR V0 & Lossless
Size: 144 mb & 339 mb (+5% recovery)
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Scatman John - Everybody Jam! (1996)


Post-Scatman’s World

The second Scatman John album, Everybody Jam!, was released in 1996. While nowhere near as successful on an international level as his debut, the album and accompanying single took off in Japan, the country in which he would see success on a larger scale than anywhere else in the world. He was so popular there that Japanese toy stores sold dolls of his likeness and he appeared on phone cards and Coca Cola cans. The Japanese version of Everybody Jam! included a total of five bonus tracks, including the hit singles there Su Su Su Super Ki Re i and Pripri Scat, which were commissioned by Japanese companies for commercials for cosmetics and pudding respectively. The Ultraman franchise even jumped on the Scatman bandwagon, releasing a single titled Scatultraman, the cover art of which featured the Ultraman characters in hats and moustaches.
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Country: USA
Release Date: November 29, 1996
Label: Bmg Int'l
Genres: Pop, Eurodance, jazz, scat rap
Format: mp3
Quality: VBR V0
Size: 108 mb (+5% recovery)

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Scatman John - Scatman's world (1995)


John Paul Larkin (March 13, 1942 – December 3, 1999), better known by his stage name Scatman John, was an American musician who created a fusion of scat singing and dance music, best known for his 1994 hit "Scatman (Ski-Ba-Bop-Ba-Dop-Bop)".

A stutterer, Larkin stated that scatting was "turning my biggest problem into my biggest asset". Scatman John sold millions of recordings worldwide and was named "Best New Artist" in the Echo Awards in both Japan and Germany. He was a recipient of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's Annie Glenn Award for outstanding service to the stuttering community and National Stuttering Association Hall of Fame.
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Country: USA
Release Date: 1995
Genres: Pop, Eurodance, jazz, scat rap
Format: mp3
Quality: VBR V0
Size: 94.2 MB (+5% recovery)

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Playing For Change - Songs Around The World (2009)


A multi-media charity art project, Playing for Change was created in 2004 by producer/engineers Mark Johnson and Enzo Buono. Hoping to break down musical and social barriers and promote a peaceful worldview, the duo traveled around the globe recording street musicians playing the same songs with the idea of creating a pastiche of the recordings. The project's first single, a cover of Ben E. King's classic "Stand by Me," featuring the Santa Monica street performer Roger Ridely, became a YouTube sensation. Since that time, Playing for Change has continued to release music and videos featuring various musicians from different backgrounds. Featured along the way have been many lesser-known artists like New Orleans musician Grandpa Elliot Small, as well as such bigger names as guitarist Keb' Mo' and U2's Bono. In 2007, Johnson formed the non-profit Playing for Change Foundation to help give back to the various musicians and communities involved in the project. Then, in 2008, Johnson created the for-profit organization Timeless Media Group and partnered with the Concord Music Group to help fund and promote the work of Playing for Change. In 2009, Playing for Change released the CD/DVD Playing for Change: Songs Around the World. A second volume followed in 2010, as did the concert album Playing for Change Live.

Country: Around The World
Released: USA
Release Date: 2009
Genres: Ethnic
Format: mp3, Flac
Quality: VBR V0 & Lossless
Size: 81,8 MB & 279 MB (+5% recovery)

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