Thursday, February 28, 2008

Cult Cargo - Belize City Boil Up

UPDATE: Link removed upon the label's complaint. Go buy it!

Dusty Groove review: An amazing world of music -- rare funk, soul, reggae, and other grooves from Belize -- all beautifully compiled in the rich Numero Music style! We're really stunned by the set -- as we had no idea at all that Belize had anything going on at this level -- and the collection is an amazing surprise to our ears, filled with new delights at each turn, and clearly marking Belize as a new funky capitol on our ever-expanding map of musical understanding. Numero really outdid themselves with this package -- going far beyond their already-great collections of work from the Bandit and Capsoul labels -- to dig up a range of tracks that have never really made it out to the world at large, but which bubble over with influences from American funk and soul at the time.

Sleeve notes

Cult Cargo - Belize City Boil Up
1. Lord Rhaburn - Disco Connection
2. Harmonettes - Can't Go Halfway
3. Jesus Acosta & The Professionals - Guajida
4. Web - The Same Old Me
5. The Professionals - A Part Of Being With You
6. Lord Rhaburn - More Love Reggae
7. The Professionals - The Back Stabbers
8. Web - Rated G
9. Harmonettes - Shame Shame Shame
10. Soul Creation - Funky Jive (Part II)
11. Lord Rhaburn - Don't Fight It
12. Nadia Cattouse - Long Time Boy
13. Lord Rhaburn - Boogaloo A La Chuck
14. The Professionals - The Godfather
15. Web - Things Are Going To Work Out Right
16. Soul Creation - Funky Jive

200th posting

This will be an attempt to compile my top ten list of posts in no particular order. If you are browsing for something interesting, but don't know where to start, try one of these.

  • Los Zafiros - Bossa Cubana
  • Love, Peace, and Poetry Vol.3 - Asian Psychedelic Music
  • Orchestra Baobab - Pirate's Choice + Bamba
  • Brazil: Forro - Music For Maids and Taxi Drivers
  • Je Pense A Toi: The Best of Amadou and Mariam + Dimanche A Bamako
  • Bollywood Brass Band + Fanfare Ciocarlia - Gili Garabdi
  • Fade To Bluegrass: A Bluegrass Tribute To Metallica
  • Blind Boy Fuller - Truckin' My Blues Away
  • Emmett Miller - The Minstrel Man From Georgia
  • Red Snapper - Prince Blimey

    Thanks to all the visitors; double thanks to those who left a comment; triple thanks to those who link here!!!
  • Wednesday, February 27, 2008

    Colombia! The Golden Years Of Disco Fuentes, The Powerhouse of Colombian Music 1960-1976

    Soundway continues chronicling tropical funk on its latest compilation, this time focusing on Columbia's greatest record label, Disco Fuentes. Founded in 1934 by Antonio José Fuentes, the imprint captured the long evolution of the music from the country's Caribbean coast, including the especially fertile period of cross-pollination reflected on this disc. Traditional cumbias, forrós, and fandangos were invaded by funk, blues, soul, salsa, West African highlife and rock in the 1960s, and the result was some seriously unpredictable and often wildly psychedelic music. Wganda Kenya's "Tifit Hayed" - a crazed Afro-Latin blow-up that sounds almost avant-garde for the way its rhythm is built and dominates the arrangement - is a good example of the rhytmic power of some these tracks. Every song features armloads of auxiliary percussion and hard-hitting horns, and Soundway has done a fantastic job of telling the story and restoring the music, as usual. This is a great companion to last year's excellent Panama! compilation. - Joe Tangari for Pitchfork

    This upload is not mine.

    Colombia! The Golden Years Of Disco Fuentes, The Powerhouse of Colombian Music 1960-1976
    320kbps, 156mb on megaupload
    01. Salsa Na Ma - Fruko Y Sus Tesos
    02. Cumbia En Do Menor - Lito Barrientos
    03. Hong Kong - Michi Sarmiento Y Sus Bravos
    04. La Piojosa - Sonora Cieneguera
    05. Improvisando - Fruko Y Sus Tesos
    06. Patrona De Los Reclusos - The Latin Brothers
    07. Tifit Hayed - Wganda Kenya
    08. Fandango en percussion - Pedro Laza
    09. La Samaria - Orquesta Nunez
    10. El Mondongo - Los Corraleros De Majagual
    11. A La Memoria Del Muerto - Fruko Y Sus Tesos
    12. Primavera - Michi Sarmiento Y Sus Bravos
    13. Elyoyo - Wganda Kenya
    14. Gaita de las Flores - Lucho Bermudez
    15. Cumbiamba - El Sexteto Miramar
    16. Mirame San Miguel - Michi Sarmiento
    17. La Picua - Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros
    18. La Pata y El Pato - Climaco Sarmiento
    19. Las Calenas Son Como Los Flores - The Latin Brothers
    20. Pacifico - Afrosound

    Wednesday, February 20, 2008

    Oranj Symphonette - The Oranj Album

    The second album by the greatest instro band of the last 30 years; their first is here, everything I said still applies.

    Oranj Symphonette - The Oranj Album
    256kbps, 90mb on sharebee
    1. Call Me Mister Tibbs (Quincy Jones)
    2. The Magnificent Seven (Elmer Bernstein)
    3. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington)
    4. Beat Girl (John Barry)
    5. Bananas (Marvin Hamisch)
    6. Dreamsville (Henry Mancini)
    7. A Man And A Woman (Francis Lai )
    8. After The Fox (Burt Bacharach)
    9. Arabesque (Henry Mancini)
    10. Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
    11. Up, Up And Away (Jimmy Webb)
    12. Chelsea Bridge (Billy Strayhorn)
    13. Valley Of The Dolls (Andre Previn)

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008

    Slim Harpo - Hip Shakin' ~ The Excello Collection

    Slim Harpo is probably the best known musician from the Louisiana "swamp blues" scene: lazy, drawling, mushmouth vocals, simple, funky harmonica and guitar riffs surfing on the tidal waves of reverb and tremolo. Along with Mose Allison, Slim is an artist whose fans are a lot more famous than him. He was really popular with the british bluesmen in the 60s: the Rolling Stones covered his songs - I'm a King Bee, Shake Your Hips; the title of their album Got Live If You Want It is a pun on the name of another Slim song. The Kinks, the Pretty Things, Them, the Yardbirds also covered his songs, and ZZ Top borrowed the Shake Your Hips riff for La Grange. Also see a collection of "I'm a King Bee" covers, including Pink Floyd, the Bad Seeds, and the Doors.
    Why the Chicago bluesmen rose to fame and mythical status, and the swamp blues is known to the handful of fans is one of the mysteries of music business; if you are after authenticity and "roots", you'll find them here galore.

    Slim Harpo - Hip Shakin' ~ The Excello Collection
    VBR, two separate archives on sharebee: one, 95mb; and two, 73mb.

    Disc 1:
    1. I'm a King Bee
    2. I Got Love If You Want It
    3. Wonderin' and Worryin'
    4. Strange Love
    5. You'll be Sorry One Day
    6. One More Day
    7. Bobby Sox Baby
    8. Buzz Me, Babe
    9. Late Last Night
    10. Yeah, Yeah, Baby
    11. Don't Start Crying Now
    12. Blues Hangover
    13. Please Don't Turn Me Down
    14. Moody Blues
    15. Snoopin' Around
    16. Rainin' in My Heart
    17. Lovers Confession
    18. Buzzin'
    19. I Love the Life I'm Living
    20. Little Queen Bee (Got a Brand New King)
    21. I Need Money
    22. Still Rainin' in My Heart
    23. We're Two of a Kind
    24. What's Goin' on, Baby?

    Disc 2:
    1. Baby, Scratch My Back
    2. I'm Gonna Miss You Like the Devil
    3. Wondering Blues
    4. Rock Me, Baby
    5. Shake Your Hips
    6. Tip On In, part 1
    7. Tip On In, part 2
    8. I'm Gonna Keep What I've Got
    9. I've Got to be with You Tonight
    10. Te Ni Nee Ni Nu
    11. Mailbox Blues
    12. Mohair Sam
    13. I Just Can't Leave You
    14. Just for You
    15. Jody Man
    16. I've Been a Good Thing for You
    17. Hey, Little Lee
    18. My Baby, She's Got It
    19. I'm So Sorry
    20. Live Medley [Moody Blues~I Got Love If You Want It~You Know I Love You]

    Red Snapper - Prince Blimey

    A fantastic tripped-out instrumental album. If Elvin Jones, David Gilmour, and Flea were locked up in a padded room with ten sheets of acid and a sequencer, they may have come up with Prince Blimey. Ten years ago I listened to this album obsessively and thought this is what all music will sound like in the future. Now that we got to the future, I know that I was wrong - but I still think that all future music should sound like this.

    Red Snapper - Prince Blimey, 1996
    High VBR, 94mb on sharebee REUP 2/5/2014: depositfiles

    1. Crusoe Takes A Trip
    2. 3 Strikes And You're Out
    3. Thomas The Fib
    4. Get Some Sleep Tiger
    5. Fatboy's Dust
    6. Moonbuggy
    7. The Paranoid
    8. Space Sickness
    9. The Last One
    10. Digging Doctor What What
    11. Gridlock
    12. Lo-beam

    Hawkwind - In Search Of Space

    Hawkwind - In Search Of Space (remastered)
    VBR, 96mb on megaupload
    1. You Shouldn't Do That
    2. You Know You're Only Dreaming
    3. Master Of The Universe
    4. We Took The Wrong Step Years Ago
    5. Adjust Me
    6. Children Of The Sun
    7. Seven By Seven (Bonus)
    8. Silver Machine" (Bonus, Live)
    9. Born To Go (Bonus, Live)

    Choro 1906-1947

    Choro 1906-1947
    REUP 2/13/2014: 200mb on 4shared
    CD1: high VBR, 100mb on sharebee
    1. Jacob Do Bandolim - Flamengo
    2. Benedito Lacerda - Jurity
    3. Luís Americano - Tocando Pra Você
    4. Pixinguinha - André De Sapato Novo
    5. Pixinguinha - A Vida É Um Buraco
    6. Araci de Almeida - Flauta, Cavaquinho E Violão
    7. Patápio Silva - Primeiro Amor
    8. Ernesto Nazareth - Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho
    9. Ernesto Nazareth - Escovado
    10. Custódio Mesquita - Brejeiro
    11. Benedito Lacerda - Myrthes
    12. Benedito Lacerda - Mistura E Manda
    13. Benedito Lacerda - Minha Flauta De Prata
    14. Pixinguinha - Segura Ele
    15. Choro Carioca - São João Debaixo D'Aguá
    16. Pixinguinha - Rosa
    17. Pixinguinha - Os Oito Batutas
    18. Chiquinha Gonzaga - Falena

    CD2: high VBR, 96mb on sharebee
    1. Benedicto Lacerda/Pixinguinha - 1XO
    2. João Pernambuco - Interrogando
    3. João Pernambuco - Sonho De Magia
    4. Luperce Miranda - Naquele Tempo
    5. Jacob do Bandolim - Glória
    6. Garoto - Rato-Rato
    7. Canhoto - Abismo De Rosas
    8. Oito Batutas - Graúna
    9. Jacob do Bandolim - Treme-Treme
    10. Araci De Almeida - Engomadinho
    11. Orlando Silva - Caprichos Do Destino
    12. Orlando Silva - Página De Dor
    13. Benedito Lacerda/Pixinguinha - Ingênuo
    14. Benedito Lacerda/Pixinguinha - Vou Vivendo
    15. Benedito Lacerda/Pixinguinha - Ainda Me Recordo
    16. Benedito Lacerda/Pixinguinha - Sofres Porque Queres
    17. Ademilde Fonseca - Tico-Tico No Fubá
    18. Jacob Do Bandolim - Remeleixo

    Monday, February 18, 2008

    Jorge Veiga - O Caricaturista Do Samba

    Another one from Jorge Veiga. The title refers to his witty, sarcastic lyrics; gotta speak portugese to appreciate...

    Jorge Veiga - O Caricaturista Do Samba, 1955
    VBR, 37mb on sharebee
    1. Última Barbada
    2. Recado que a Maria Mandou
    3. Na Pensão de dona Laura
    4. Paletó Vermelho
    5. Rei do Samba
    6. Coração também esquece
    7. Faustina
    8. Representante da Fome
    9. Coração de Leilão
    10. A Fonte do Pecado
    11. Fenômeno
    12. Sambista no Céu

    Saturday, February 16, 2008

    Prog Is Not A Four Letter Word

    This album was found at the great Astronation.
    A good collection of prog from around the world; a few of the artists already made an appearance on this blog, namely the koreans San Ul Lim and the turks 3 Urel (AKA 3 Hur-El) and Baris Manco. I also heard Czerwone Gitary (Red Guitars - or is it Golden Guitars?), I think they are Czech. The other bands are new to me.

    Prog Is Not A Four Letter Word
    192kbps, 77mb on megaupload
    1. Picchio Dal Pozzo - Merta
    2. Visitors - Visitors
    3. Illes - Nem Erdekel Amit Mondsz
    4. San Ui Lim - Frustration
    5. Egg - Fugue In D Minor
    6. Baris Manco - Lambaya Puf De
    7. Breakout - Powiedzielismy Juz Wszystko
    8. Bran - Breuddwyd
    9. Phillipe Besombes - Hache 06
    10. Embryo - The Music Of Today
    11. Czerwone Gitary - Coda
    12. Jean Claude Vannier - Le Roi Des Mouches
    13. Drugi Nacin - Zuti List
    14. 3 Urel - Omur Biter Yol Bimez
    15. Martin Kratochvil & Jazz Q - Toledo

    Friday, February 15, 2008

    Paul Horn - Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts

    To continue last week's Schifrin post:

    Review: Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts by Paul Horn - composed and conducted by Lalo Schifrin. A fascinating and award-winning combination of jazz and liturgical music that holds up well over thirty years later. In fact, it's surprising this has yet to be released on CD given the recent chant music fad. Horn, playing flutes, clarinet and alto sax, is accompanied by his quartet, a small orchestra and chorus. There is a meditative quality to much of the music (except the free-ish "Credo"), yet the performances come alive on such up-tempo pieces as "Kyrie" and "Offertory." Again, Schifrin marries multiple and opposing styles with a poetry that is all his own. Many of these titles were dramatically overhauled for Schifrin's later release, Rock Requiem (1971) and revisited as is on his own quite excellent JAZZ MASS IN CONCERT (1998). In 1965, Jazz magazine called JAZZ SUITE "one of the best attempts at religious jazz, on or off record" and Down Beat said "from a jazz point of view, there are several fine spots on this disc. But they are just spots, and if jazz is one's primary interest, the jazz in this suite is well diluted by non-jazz elements."
    Detailed notes on performances

    Also mentioned in a Time magazine article from 1965: Cool Creeds

    Paul Horn - Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts
    320kbps, 66mb on megaupload
    1. Kyrie
    2. Interludium
    3. Gloria
    4. Credo
    5. Sanctus
    6. Prayer
    7. Offertory
    8. Agnus Dei

    Thursday, February 14, 2008

    Jorge Veiga - Raizes Do Samba

    I am gradually making my way through Os Grandes Sambas compilation, and find that, even without knowing who is playing, I tend to pick out the same people.

    Example 1: Jacob do Bandolim was one of the great players I noticed from the choro compilations. Then, on Os Grandes Sambas I heard a song (Barracao) with a mandolin solo of breathtaking beauty, and sure enough, it was Jacob do Bandolim playing. I won't post any of his stuff, but instead forward you to the excellent Loronix blog that has many of his albums; I specifically recommend his recordings with Eliseth Cardoso and his solo records (one, two).

    Example 2: I really liked the songs Acertei no milhar, Que Bate-Fundo e´ Esse, and Cafe Socaite, and then realized they are all sung by the same person - Jorge Veiga. I don't know who he is, I just know that his music pushes my buttons.
    This album is from a retrospective series on samba titled Raizes do Samba (Roots of samba). There are comps wth the same title, but from different artists, kinda like "The So-and-so's finest hour" series on Verve.

    Jorge Veiga - Raizes Do Samba
    320kbps, two separate archives of ~64mb on sharebee: one, two.
    1. Faustina (encrencas de família)
    2. Acertei No Milhar
    3. Café soçaite
    4. Conversa De Botequim
    5. Rosa
    6. Fenómeno
    7. Que Culpa Tenho Eu
    8. Estatutos Da Gafieira
    9. Coração em leilão
    10. Última Barbada
    11. Rei Do Samba
    12. Izabel
    13. Paletó vermelho
    14. Baile Da Piedade
    15. Mulher Malandra
    16. Boate trá lá lá
    17. Labariri (tudo lembra você)
    18. Quando o divórcio chegar
    19. Quem Sou Eu?
    20. Em boi morto até eu bato

    Tuesday, February 12, 2008

    Mo' funk, mo' bettah

    The Meters - Funkify Your Life: The Meters Anthology
    High VBR, three separate archives on sharebee: one, 98mb; two, 96mb; three, 53mb.
    1. Cissy Strut
    2. Here Comes The Meter Man
    3. Live Wire
    4. Sophisticated Cissy
    5. Ease Back
    6. Stormy
    7. Look-Ka Py Py
    8. Pungee
    9. Thinking
    10. This Is My Last Affair
    11. Funky Miracle
    12. Yeah, You're Right
    13. Little Old Money Maker
    14. Dry Spell
    15. Chicken Strut
    16. Same Old Thing
    17. Darling Darling Darling
    18. Tippi-Toes
    19. Ride Your Pony
    20. A Message From The Meters
    21. Zony Mash
    22. Stretch Your Rubber Band
    23. Groovy Lady
    24. Doodle-Oop
    25. I Need More Time
    26. Good Old Funky Music
    27. Stay Away
    28. Soul Island
    29. Do The Dirt
    30. Cabbage Alley
    31. People Say
    32. Hey Pocky A-Way
    33. Africa
    34. Fire On The Bayou
    35. Talkin' 'Bout New Orleans
    36. They All Ask'd For You
    37. Running Fast (single version)
    38. (Doodle Loop) The World Is A Little Bit Under The Weather
    39. Trick Bag
    40. Hang 'Em High
    41. Be My Lady
    42. Funkify Your Life
    43. Give It What You Can

    Friday, February 8, 2008

    New Orleans Funk: The Original Sound of Funk 1960-75

    New Orleans Funk: The Original Sound of Funk 1960-75
    REUP 2/19/2014: 256kbps, 125mb on zippyshare
    1. The Meters - Handclapping Song
    2. The Explosions - Hip Drop
    3. Lee Dorsey - Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further
    4. Gentleman June Gardner - It's Gonna Rain
    5. Eddie Bo - Check your Bucket
    6. Professor Longhair - Big Chief
    7. Huey 'Piano' Smith & His Clowns - Free, Single and Disengaged
    8. Chuck Carbo - Can I Be your Squeeze
    9. Aaron Neville - Hercules
    10. Mary Jane Hooper - I've Got Reasons
    11. The Gaturs - Gator Bait
    12. Allen Toussaint - Get Out of my Life Woman
    13. Cyril Neville - Tell Me What's On Your Mind
    14. Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolia Mardi Gras Indian Band - Handa Wanda
    15. Lee Dorsey and Betty Harris - Love Lots of Lovin
    16. The Explosions - Garden of Four Trees
    17. Ernie & The Top Notes - Dap Walk
    18. The Meters - Just Kissed my Baby
    19. Marilyn Barbarin - Reborn
    20. Dr John - Mama Roux
    21. Danny White - Natural Soul Brother
    22. Eddie Bo - Hook 'n' Sling (Part II)
    23. Ernie K. Doe - Here Come the Girls
    24. Robert Parker - Hip-Huggin

    Wednesday, February 6, 2008

    Nigeria '70: The Definitive Story of the Funky Lagos

    Nigeria '70: The Definitive Story of the Funky Lagos

    Vol.1: high VBR, 95mb on sharebee
    1. Koola Lobitos - Ololufe Mi
    2. Monomono - Tire Loma Da Nigbehin
    3. Blo - Chant To Mother Earth
    4. Fela Ransome Kuti & The Africa 70 - Jeun Ko Ku (Chop 'n' Quench)
    5. Tunji Oyelana & The Benders - Ifa
    6. Bala Miller & The Great Music Pirameeds Of Afrika - Ikon Allah
    7. Segun Bucknor & His Revolution - La La La
    8. Peter King - Shango
    9. Tony Allen & His Afro Messengers - No Discrimination
    10. Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Melody Maestroes - Akayan Ekassa
    11. William Onyeabor - Better Change Your Mind
    12. Bongos Ikwue - Woman Made The Devil

    Vol.2: high VBR, 111mb on megaupload
    1. Orlando Julius & The Afro Sounders - Alo Mi Alo (Parts 1 & 2)
    2. Ofo The Black Company - Allah Wakbarr
    3. Sahara All Stars Band Jos - Enjoy Yourself
    4. The Funkees - Dancing Time
    5. Afro Cult Foundation - The Quest
    6. Joni Haastrup - Greetings
    7. Gasper Lawal - Kita Kita
    8. Lijadu Sisters - Orere Elejigbo
    9. Fela Anikupalo Kuti & The Africa 70 with Sandra Akanke Isidore - Upside Down
    10. Shina Williams & His African Percussionists - Agboju Logun
    11. Sunny Ade & His African Beats - Ja Fun Mi (Instrumental)

    Tuesday, February 5, 2008

    Beastie Boys and some

    Beastie Breaks
    80mb on sharebee
    1. Idris Mohammed - Lorens Dance
    2. Gene Harris - Put On Train
    3. Cedar Walton - Jacob's Ladder
    4. Eugene Mcdaniels - Headless Heros
    5. Funkadelic - I'll Bet You
    6. Ballin Jack - Never Let Em Say
    7. Jimmy Smith - Root Down
    8. Sly Stone - Loose Booty
    9. Jeremy Steig - Howling For Judy
    10. Funk Factory - Rien Ne Va Plus
    11. Jimi Hendrix - Gotta Have It
    12. The Blues Project - Flute Thing

    A great instrumental album from the b-boys. Verrry groooovy....
    BTW, Eric Bobo, who plays percussion on this album, is the son of the great Willie Bobo.

    Beastie Boys - The In Sound From Way Out! (1996)
    High VBR, 58mb on zshare, mediafire, rapidshare.
    1. Groove Holmes
    2. Sabrosa
    3. Namaste
    4. Pow
    5. Son of Neckbone
    6. In 3s
    7. Eugene's Lament
    8. Bobo on the corner
    9. Shambala
    10. Lighten Up
    11. Richy's Theme
    12. Transitions
    13. Drinkin' Wine

    Sunday, February 3, 2008

    Lalo Schifrin - Rock Requiem

    Another entry on the theme of lithurgical-music-as-pop, to continue New Hope Jazz Mass and Latin Mass.

    Review: Out of print and hard to find, this was released at a time when "rock opera" and concept themes were popular (or interesting to consider). Deftly mixing elements of rock, gospel, jazz and secular music, Schifrin employs a choir and LA studio musicians in this unusual and fascinating tribute "for the dead in the Southeast Asia War." Rock Requiem stands strong as a sequel of sorts to Schifrin's cantata, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (1968) and the liturgical Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts (as recorded by Paul Horn in 1964). Worth the attention.
    Detailed notes on the performances are here.

    Also mentioned in a 1972 Time article Pop Goes the Bible.

    Lalo Schifrin - Rock Requiem
    320kbps, 86mb on sharebee
    1. The Procession
    2. Introit
    3. Kyrie Eleison
    4. Gradual
    5. Tract
    6. Offertory Verse
    7. Sanctus Benedictus
    8. Agnus Dei
    9. Final Prayer

    I'll throw in another Schifrin album I am currently listening to. They say it's one of his best. The uploads are not mine.
    Review: Schifrin produced in 1966 what remains truly one of his greatest musical achievements. Essentially a baroque take on jazz, Schifrin creates his own beautiful variations on the classics here. His inspiration is diverse, even divine - Henry Purcell ("Aria"), Bach ("Bossa Antique"), Francis Hopkinson ("Beneath a Weeping Willow Shade"), Telemann ("Old Laces"), even Ramsey Lewis and the Rolling Stones ("The Wig"). The musicianship is first-rate too; especially Schifrin's graceful and evocative piano and Gene Bertoncini's lovely guitar. Without question, a unique, gorgeous and inspired statement and one of the buried treasures in 1960's jazz.
    Detailed notes on the performances are here.

    Lalo Schifrin — Marquis de Sade (1966)
    Full title: "The Dissection and Reconstruction of Music From the Past as performed by the Inmates of Lalo Schifrin's Demented Ensemble as a Tribute to the Memory of the Marquis De Sade"
    192kbps, 44mb on megaupload or mediafire - NEW LINKS
    1. Old Laces
    2. The Wig
    3. The Blues For Johann Sebastian
    4. Renaissance
    5. Beneath A Weeping Willow Shade
    6. Versailles Promenade
    7. Troubadour
    8. Marquis De Sade
    9. Aria
    10. Bossa Antique