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  1. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    https://www.mofi.com/product-p/udsacd2207.htm?fbclid=IwAR2Ix0IjXTlgs2yiv_RcwTZBjW6is6jaLqRtZDStBMmEh-Qaidza_nGAYxk Mastered from the Original Master Tapes for Audiophile Sound and Limited to 3,000 Copies: Hybrid SACD of 1963 Set Features Stunning Clarity, Responsiveness, and Presence The historical import, musical genius, and timeless artistry of Monk's Dream can be best appreciated by first placing the record in the context of its era. In short, Thelonious Monk's joyful Columbia Records debut triggered a domino effect of mainstream attention, best-selling success, and across-the-board respect that led him to become one of only six jazz musicians to ever grace the cover of Time – then America's most widely read weekly magazine. Couple the extraordinary feat with the fact the British Invasion and Beatlemania were already in full swing, and the cultural significance – not to mention its place in the jazz canon – of Monk's Dream skyrockets to near-unthinkable heights. Mastered from the original master tapes and strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies, Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD pays tribute to the 1963 album's merit and enhances the music for generations to come. Surpassing the sonics even afforded by ORG's long-out-of-print disc and greatly improving on every other version extant, this audiophile-grade collector's edition strips away any lingering audio limitations to provide a clear, transparent, and up-close view of a set that inspired DownBeat to award the record a five-star review in which critic Pete Welding correctly proclaimed it "a stunning reaffirmation of [Monk's] powers as a performer and composer." Such potency reveals itself as all the more obvious on an SACD afforded stellar reproduction of the multi-layered complexities, challenging tonalities, and nontraditional rhythms that conspire to place Monk's finest outings in a league of their own. Accurately portraying the complete scale of a piano remains one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish on a recording. And yet the sound of Monk's instrument here captures its wide-bandwidth frequency response and inner cavity, allowing notes to individually register all the while pairing with succeeding and decaying chords in seamless fashion. The presence, tones, and contributions of the colleagues surrounding Monk – tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, bassist John Ore, and drummer Frankie Dunlop – come across, too, with a lifelike realism rivaled only by sitting in an intimate club. Benefitting from the newfound immediacy, clarity, and ink-black backgrounds on Mobile Fidelity's reissue are five originals and three covers that demonstrate the boundless vistas of Monk's vision, aptitude, and inventiveness. As acclaimed scribe Gary Giddins wrote while reminding us the North Carolina native's motto was "jazz is freedom," Monk's Dream exposes his "dauntless concentration, impressive faith, and an almost childlike glee." These traits spark works such as the spry interpretation of "Body and Soul," which Monk handles sans accompaniment, and guide the quirky angles that snake around and shape "Bolivar Blues," the title of which refers to a Manhattan hotel. Throughout, Monk's Dream conveys an exhilarating freedom that mirrors the improvisational twists, dissonant techniques, and melodic turns Monk embraced not only in the studio (and on the stage) but in everyday life. Considered by some to be too idiosyncratic for his own good, his flawless craftsmanship, underlying irreverence, and deep-seated knowledge of swing, stride, blues, and gospel raise this 1963 album to mythical levels – and let the inner contours, deliberate phrasings, and urgent solos on tracks like "Bye-Ya" and the title cut exhibit new details, themes, and directions with each listen. Indeed, above everything, Monk's Dream encourages constant exploration and repeat plays. Forever bursting with fresh ideas, it refuses to stand still, instead buzzing with the energy of a city celebrating its internal commotion and dancing to the influences that made its current modernism possible. Monk was just decades ahead of everyone else in figuring out how this seemingly incongruent yet delightfully cool tango sounded. Fortunately for the rest of us, he documented it and called it Monk's Dream.
  2. Hola amigos! Pongan aquí las papitas, las primicias, lo bueno de lo bueno que se viene en la música. Tanto lanzamientos nuevos, reediciones, etc en formato CD/LP y DVD/Blu Ray Parto con el maestro Steve Hackett Groundbreaking prog guitarist Steve Hackett has announced the release of his acclaimed Acolyte To Wolflight With Genesis Revisited Tour as 2CD/2DVD deluxe package and stand-a-lone Blu-Ray and, after three London concert videos, he chose the Liverpool date for the recording. The Total Experience Live In Liverpool will be released on 24th June. CONCERT1. Corycian Fire Intro (Live in Liverpool 2015) (1:12)2. Spectral Mornings (Live in Liverpool 2015) (5:41)3. Out of the Body (Live in Liverpool 2015) (2:57)4. Wolflight (Live in Liverpool 2015) (9:12)5. Every Day (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:46)6. Love Song to a Vampire (Live in Liverpool 2015) (8:54)7. The Wheel’s Turning (Live in Liverpool 2015) (8:23)8. Loving Sea (Live in Liverpool 2015) (4:34)9. Jacuzzi (Live in Liverpool 2015) (4:53)10. Icarus Ascending (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:09)11. Star of Sirius (Live in Liverpool 2015) (4:33)12. Ace of Wands (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:32)13. A Tower Struck Down (Live in Liverpool 2015) (5:03)14. Shadow of the Hierophant (Live in Liverpool 2015) (11:09)15. Get ‘em Out by Friday (Live in Liverpool 2015) (9:31) *16. Can-Utility and the Coastliners (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:14) *17. After the Ordeal (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:53) *18. The Cinema Show (Live in Liverpool 2015) (10:58) *19. Aisle of Plenty (Live in Liverpool 2015) (1:32) *20. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (Live in Liverpool 2015) (4:48) *21. The Musical Box (Live in Liverpool 2015) (13:04) *22. Clocks (Live in Liverpool 2015) (6:06)23. Firth of Fifth (Live in Liverpool 2015) (12:28) * Genesis song, co-written / co-composed by Steve Hackett - Credits (1:12) EXTRASLive in Liverpool – Behind the Scenes (34:05)Somewhere South of the River – Rehearsal Documentary (22:29)Videos: – Corycian Fire (6:05) – Wolflight (8:02) – Love Song to a Vampire (9:25)Region Code DVD/Bluray: A,B,C Screen format DVD/Bluray: 1080p @ 23.976 fps (Full HD) Sound format DVD/Bluray: 24/48 Stereo LPCM, DTS-HD Master Audio 4.1 Surround https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq82_p4Yqmw
  3. Hola amigos! "Pongo a disposición" este extraordinario Fuzz, MADE IN USA: Chase Tone Roadster Fuzz. Tan sólo lean los reviews https://chasetone.com/roadster-fuzz/ Este fuzz está AGOTADO. Así que ya es un artículo de colección, como los míticos fuzz de antaño ... PERO sin los dolores de cabeza de estos (que los cambios de temperatura, que sólo se usaban con adaptadores especiales con centro positivo, que no funcionaban con pedales buffer, que metían más ruido que una licuadora, etc, etc) Le pega mil patadas a los típicos y trillados fuzz por ahí. Muchos compran un Fuzz Face o un Big Muff tratando de sonar a lo Gilmour ... sin saber que Pete Cornish los modificaba completos! Así que básicamente eran un Pete Cornish fuzz con una carcasa Fuzz Face o Big Muff. Este fuzz suena exquisito. Dinámico, vintage. Se lleva bien con otros pedales y no necesita precisamente guardarse en el refrigerador para que así no le afecten los cambios de temperatura! Lo tengo con su manual original y sin "detalles". Pero REALMENTE SIN DETALLES. Vean las fotos A sólo $90.000 Cualquier cosa MP, a mi correo eduardoantoniorojas@yaho.com o a mi celu 981519403 Soy de Viña
  4. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    https://www.thebighousemuseum.com/news/fillmore-west-1971-cd-release/ As part of the ongoing celebration of their 50th anniversary, on August 16 the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Recording Company–caretakers of the original band’s unreleased catalog–in conjunction with distributor The Orchard will release a four-CD set titled Fillmore West ’71, culled from an epic weekend of live music recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue. The Grammy-winning, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band (formed in March 1969) were in great form on this weekend, where they were the middle act playing between headliners Hot Tuna and the 24-piece opener Trinidad Tripoli Street Band. This will be the debut release of these recordings. The packaging contains a front cover photo of Duane Allman from Jim Marshall Photography (taken at these shows) that has rarely been seen before. Rolling Stone exclusively debuted the band’s “rollicking rendition” of the Muddy Waters classic “Trouble No More;” listen now here. Compiled from reel-to-reel soundboard masters, the January 29 show that kicks off this collection reads like an Allman Brothers Band greatest hits, from opener “Statesboro Blues” through the set-wrapping “Whipping Post.” On the next night, the standard sequence of “Statesboro Blues,” Trouble No More,” “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin'” and “Elizabeth Reed” was typically riveting, and then the blues-soaked “Stormy Monday” was worked in, replacing “Midnight Rider.” Gregg’s vocals were visceral and honest, while Duane and Dickey added down and dirty licks. “You Don’t Love Me” showcased some run-and-gun guitar work, and a frenzied “Whipping Post” closed out another solid night. The band–Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Jaimoe, Berry Oakley and Butch Trucks–were loose and talkative and you can hear them really dialing their sound in at what would be a final tune-up for the seminal At Fillmore East album, recorded less than two months later. At Fillmore East would cement the band’s place in rock history and Rolling Stone would eventually call it the second-best live album ever released. Always acclaimed for their explosive live shows, the ABB really ratcheted up the intensity and focus on January 31 st. After hammering tightly through the reliable first four, the ABB placed “Midnight Rider” back into the rotation, and then Berry Oakley stepped up to the mic for a wicked and nasty take on “Hoochie Coochie Man” with Jaimoe and Butch churning full-bore behind him. After an extensive workout on “You Don’t Love Me” the group worked a relatively new song into the set, “Hot Lanta”. Conceived out of a loose jam at the Big House in Macon, GA, the band’s home base currently an ABB museum, this group composition was cutting-edge fusion, displaying the delightful musical diversity of the Allman Brothers Band. A superior “Whipping Post” concludes the Fillmore West material, but Disc Four goes on to include a wonderful bonus track: a March, 1970 version of “Mountain Jam” from the Warehouse in New Orleans which-at 45 minutes long!-showcases a band that loved to improvise and let the music take on a life of its own. Kirk West-who served as the “Tour Mystic” and official archivist for the Allman Brothers Band for over 20 years–played a pivotal role in re-acquiring the original live performance two-track, reel-to-reel tapes used for this release from legendary band crew members Twiggs Lyndon, Joe Dan Petty and Mike Callahan, who were the original care takers of these recordings. The tapes had been stored in closets and attics for many years, necessitating careful transfers and several successive attempts at restoration, as technology continued to improve. Interestingly in 1971, however, Kirk was a 20-year-old counterculture entrepreneur who found himself at the Fillmore West during the last four days of January. “I was living in Palo Alto with a bunch of hippie kids who, by and large, were Dead Heads. I had moved to California from Chicago, and I already was a big Allman Brothers fan,” recalls West. “I was insisting that everyone in the house go up to the Fillmore that weekend – ‘Let’s go, let’s go – the Brothers are in town, playing with Hot effin’ Tuna.” Disc 1, 1/29/1971 Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Midnight Rider Dreams You Don’t Love Me Whipping Post Disc 2, 1/30/1971 Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Stormy Monday You Don’t Love Me Whipping Post Disc 3, 1/31/1971 Part I Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Midnight Rider Hoochie Coochie Man Dreams You Don’t Love Me Disc 4, 1/31/1971 Part II Hot ‘Lanta Whipping Post Bonus Track: Mountain Jam Live At The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA 3/13/1970 (first release of this version)
  5. Hola amigos! Este finde llegaron las Q Acoustics 3050i. De inmediato se fueron para donde mi hermano, donde dejo esta foto: Pronto vendrá una full review como corresponde! Por mientras, unas palabras que nos escribió al grupo de audiófilos de acá de la V región: Primeras impresiones, con 0 break-in... Suenan muy bien!! Con peso, calidez, pero a la vez mucho detalle, separación y buen soundstage. Para nada chillones o fríos. Cuando suelten más van a ir sonando mejor. Creo que es una mejora en relación a los 3050 que tenía (estos son los 3050i), tanto en estética como en sonido
  6. We got hacked last week - someone stole Thom’s minidisk archive from around the time of OK Computer, and reportedly demanded $150,000 on threat of releasing it. So instead of complaining - much - or ignoring it, we’re releasing all 18 hours on Bandcamp in aid of Extinction Rebellion: https://radiohead.bandcamp.com Just for the next 18 days. So for £18 you can find out if we should have paid that ransom. Never intended for public consumption (though some clips did reach the cassette in the OK Computer reissue) it’s only tangentially interesting. And very, very long. Not a phone download. Rainy out, isn’t it though? Jx MINIDISCS [HACKED], by Radiohead
  7. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    NEW SACD ALERT! Charles Mingus Ah Um Hybrid SACD is in stock and ready to ship. Released in 1959, this blues- and gospel-rooted jazz brilliance sparks with diversity, personality, and individualism. Mastered from the original master tapes and strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies
  8. https://www.planetrock.com/news/rock-news/steven-wilson-slams-abysmal-third-rate-led-zeppelin-impersonators-greta-van-fleet/?fbclid=IwAR1YY1kOaBY3qtLyw_lQUwe-3FOxEptAVAzhzZJ7lZfQWZgIZrJKqazYY0g Steven Wilson slams ‘abysmal', 'third-rate Led Zeppelin impersonators' Greta Van Fleet News Home More from Rock News Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 11:34am By Scott Colothan @scottcolothan Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Share on Twitter Steven Wilson and Greta Van Fleet's Josh Kiszka © Getty Progressive rocker Steven Wilson has savaged Greta Van Fleet calling them “terrible” and “like a boy band version of Led Zeppelin.” The former Porcupine Tree frontman recently sat down for a wide-ranging chat with Denmark's "myROCK" podcastwhen he was asked whether he likes his career “being in the shadows” or would he "prefer to be recognised in the mainstream?” Despite selling out multiple nights at the Royal Albert Hall and having a fervent fanbase, the host pointed out to Wilson that he could be “the most successful artist that no one knows.” Wilson responded: “If you make something you’re really proud of, the natural instinct is to want to share it with as many people as possible. In a way the more people that appreciate what you do the more validated you feel. 108 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy “Now, of course, that’s kind of facile in the sense that we see the biggest audiences in the world for the most banal, sh***y music. And sometimes the best music has a smaller cult audience. But there are examples in history, of course there are many, many examples in history where the most extraordinary music has reached the biggest audiences; The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who (and) more recently bands like Muse, Radiohead, bands I really admire have reached massive audiences. “And I’ve always thought to myself ‘well, why couldn’t I achieve that too?’ I’m not saying I’m as good as those artists but I think potentially y’know I could reach an audience like that.” He added: “So, there’s an element of always like the frustration is always there that if I’d had a little bit more recognition from mainstream media it would have been easier than it has been. So, although I do sell a good amount of tickets and I sell a good amount of records it’s been very much a struggle for 25 years to build up to this point whereas I see some bands get all the help and all the recognition, all the assistance of massive media exposure almost from the very beginning of their career.” Highlighting Greta Van Fleet as an apparent prime example of this, Wilson added: “I mean that terrible band Greta Van Fleet. Do you know that band? I think they're absolutely abysmal. I think they're terrible. I think it's a joke. “But they are an example of a band, because they're pretty young boys, they look like a boy band, they play this really piss-poor, third-rate impersonation of Led Zeppelin. But they're pretty and they've had all the help of the media, the commercial machine behind them, and they've been able to reach a massive audience almost overnight by playing third-rate music. “And I don't believe for one minute that anyone will even remember who they are in 10 years. Now, I might be wrong — maybe they'll prove me wrong. Maybe they'll suddenly develop into a good band and make a good record. But the point is, at the moment, they're not. They're a bunch of good looking… they’re like a boy band version of Led Zeppelin." He continued: “Now, look, when you look and you see that… listen I understand why that happens. I’m not naïve. I understand that a lot of the industry is based around being young, pretty, having the right kind of image and all that stuff. And I've never had any of those things. I've never been pretty. I mean, I have been young, but I'm not young now, so I understand. I'm 51 years old. “That's not gonna work for me. So there is this frustration that the media has been slightly resistant to what I do and I feel as though I’ve been working against that – bashing my head against that wall.” In January, Greta Van Fleet singer Josh Kiszka has called for an end to their Led Zeppelin comparisons saying it’s time to “move on.” “Obviously we hear the similarity (to Led Zeppelin),” Kiszka told Rolling Stone. “That’s one of the influences of ours. But at this point it’s like, ‘Okay, we’ve acknowledged that. Let’s move on.'” Greta Van Fleet tour the UK this November after they were forced to postpone their March dates due to singer Josh Kiszka contracting an upper respiratory infection. Steven Wilson’s last studio album ‘To the Bone’ was released in August 2017. His live album, 'Home Invasion', recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall, will be released as a deluxe 5LP vinyl edition on Friday 29th March.
  9. How The Computers Ruined Rock Music Excelente mini documental en youtube!
  10. Hola amigos! "Pongo a disposición" mi PS Audio Duet. Incluyo manual y cable de poder Made in Piav con conectores de Rodio, 1,5 mts. De miedo Para que vean su valor SIN EL CABLE DE PODER, vale US $250 más envío. O sea, puesto acá saldrá fácil sus $200.000 https://www.ebay.com/itm/PS-AUDIO-DUET-POWER-CONDITIONER-SURGE-PROTECTION-4-OUTLETS/273808144095?hash=item3fc03cb6df:g:-ZAAAOSwk~xctNKu Yo lo vendo a sólo $150.000 todo. Cláusula Maxnova NO van a encontrar otro. Así que shame sha! Soy de Viña Cualquier cosa MP o a mi celu 981519403. Saludos
  11. No, a 220! Llegar y disfrutar
  12. "El certificado" es la misma banda Radiohead
  13. Rock Progresivo

  14. https://thehomeentertainmentshow.com/
  15. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    It's time... our new album 'Cause and Effect' will be out on September 20th & you can check out 'The Way I Feel' now - we had a blast shooting the video! We'll be heading on tour for the first time since 2013 & hope to see you along the way. For all dates, ticket information & to pre-order the album for early ticket access, head over to KEANE | OFFICIAL WEBSITE
  16. Buenos días amigos Para los que somos de la V región, sabrán que se abrió hace un mes app el Mall nuevo (Marina Oriente). Fui el otro día con mi polola y ... puras tiendas para mujeres, un par de outdoor y sería todo. MUCHOS locales vacíos ... esperando por una tienda ... Y ahí se me vino a la mente ¿Cuándo vendrá una tienda Hi Fi y High End a Viña? Y no me vengan con que "Viña está al lado de Santiago" y bla bla. Entre pito y flauta, es por lo menos 2 horas y media a 3 para llegar finalmente a las tiendas de alta fidelidad, que no quedan precisamente en Pajaritos. Con una población de un millón de personas entre Viña-Valpo-Quilpué-Villa Alemana, Reñaca y Con Con, me pregunto por qué no hay ninguna tienda que se haya aventurado acá. No hay NADA de NADA. Ni una sóla tienda Hi Fi. Los románticos se acordarán seguramente de Stereo Centro en 4 Norte, o más recientemente cuando trajeron algunos equipos Ripley en el Mall y la Prosound en uno norte ... y sería todo. Ni siquiera cables buenos, filtros o interconectores se pueden pillar acá. Ni menos audicionar marcas ni nada Basta de Centralismo Santiasco no es Chile
  17. Ya cabros! Apliquen download https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1N-MkvMZNwQMPP_xXzjDniNlOYxeawBU0?fbclid=IwAR1ApueK6jamfVk59x-2b-ik0KBPrEo1bnXJ7jqQoY9GodhYDUFxFoZI02Y
  18. Tienda Hi Fi y High End en Viña ... ¿Cuándo ? !!!

    Hoy pasé por la Prosound ... y nada. Un par o cuatro columnas, un par de bookshelf, electrónica penquita y sería todo. Siguen igual que siempre. Al final no cambiaron. El piso de arriba siguen teniendo instrumentos (cada vez de peor calidad) y la parte de abajo, donde se supone iba a haber alta fidelidad, nada Así que seguimos esperando por algún pionero aventurero de Santiasco que por fin venga a la V región PD: entre 7 y 8 norte con 4 poniente hay un edificio con una serie de locales ... VACÍOS. llegar e instalarse. Y de seguro, mucho más barato que el mall o el centro. Además, más cómodo. (Y saliendo de ahí se pasan al tercer tiempo en el Glasgow o el OH )
  19. Hola amigos! Necesito de su ayuda experta Estoy buscando la mejor versión de "Pictures At An Exhibition" en CD o bien SACD híbrido Cómo saben, existen MUCHAS versiones, básicamente en 4 tipos 1 - Versión piano solista respetando la partitura de Mussorgsky 2- Versión piano solista a partir de la famosa orquestación de Ravel. 3- Versión orquesta de acuerdo a los arreglos de Ravel 4- Versión piano solista a las cuales los intérpretes les han añadido arreglos propios Me interesa sobre todo 1 y 3. Quedo atento a sus comentarios y sugerencias!
  20. Y pensar que pretendemos pronto ser un país desarrollado https://www.monoandstereo.com/2018/11/the-adelphi-mall-high-end-audio-heaven.html
  21. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    https://www.cherryred.co.uk/earthworks-bill-bruford-announces-a-huge-new-box-set-for-july/ EARTHWORKS| Bill Bruford announces a huge new box set for July! Posted by Jack Clough / 653 Bill Bruford has announced a HUGE new box set for July – “Earthworks Complete”, which will be available for pre-order very soon! WHAT’S IN THE BOX? “Earthworks Complete” is a Summerfold Records box set reissue of the entire back catalogue across the band’s 20-year career. 15 titles on 20 audio and 4 DVD discs include previously unreleased and little known material. • 15 titles on 20 audio and 4 DVD discs document the 20 year history from 1987 to 2006 of one of the UK’s brightest, most travelled and best loved young jazz ensembles. • Featuring Bill Bruford with Iain Ballamy, Django Bates, Patrick Clahar, Laurence Cottle, Tim Garland, Steve Hamilton, Tim Harries, Mark Hodgson, Mick Hutton, Gwilym Simcock. • All audio, visual and print materials compiled and curated by Bill Bruford. • Additional original artwork by award-winning illustrator, photographer and filmmaker Dave McKean. THIS PHENOMENAL AND AWE-INSPIRING PACKAGE FEATURES THE FOLLOWING: EARTHWORKS / DIG? / ALL HEAVEN BROKE LOOSE / STAMPING GROUND- LIVE / A PART, AND YET APART / THE SOUND OF SURPRISE / FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY FREE (2CD) / RANDOM ACTS OF HAPPINESS / FOOTLOOSE IN NYC (2CD & 1DVD SET) A VIDEO ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 1: 2000S (2CD & 1DVD SET) A VIDEO ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 2: 1990S (2CD & 1DVD SET) EARTHWORKS UNDERGROUND ORCHESTRA EARTHWORKS IN SANTIAGO, CHILE (1CD & 1DVD SET: PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED VIDEO) FROM CONCEPTION TO BIRTH (17 SHORT TRACKS SHOWING THE PROCESS FROM DEMO TO MASTER, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES FROM BILL BRUFORD) HEAVENLY BODIES EXPANDED (2CD ‘BEST OF’ COLLECTION ACROSS THE ENTIRE CATALOGUE, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES FROM BILL BRUFORD) This is a heady concoction indeed, and one which joyously breaks down all sorts of musical barriers in its path. THE TIMES, LONDON It mixes up styles, moods and meters as effortlessly as it ignores musical boundaries. (Wall St. Journal) Earthworks makes jazz out of just about anything handy… JAZZIZ
  22. Discografía de Led Zeppelin

    https://mega.nz/?fbclid=IwAR09zfG3z8CvJ3yI6uWXm1PsM6PJSVYBsJ4shKW0Zl_z4vlDZOnyXADQII0#F!tMICiQhY!atS5E3yCEE5Ck0MERvUrEw