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  • VA - Sunshine Soul - 20 Scorching Soul Classics (2011) Lossless

    VA - Sunshine Soul - 20 Scorching Soul Classics (2011) Lossless
    RnB, Soul,Funk | Spectrum Music
    Lossless | FLAC | unmixed | 2011 | 01:15:54 | 547 Mb

    Following the incredible success of Sunshine Reggae released in 2010 which has sold 33,000 units to date and reached #16 in the Budget Top 100 for 2010, comes the followup title in the series, Sunshine Soul featuring Classic Soul tunes from the 60s to the 90s. You'll recognise many of the tracks from TV advertising where it appears soul is a popular genre to sell KFC having used hits like 'California Soul' by Marlena Shaw, 'Do I Love You (Indeed i Do)' by Frank Wilson & 'More & More' by Little Milton. There's also 'Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy' by The Tams selling Persil & 'Give Up The Funk' by Parliament selling Honda Odyssey & Pringles and also recently covered by the cast of Glee. Other summery classics included are Kool & The Gang's 'Summer Madness', Gabrielle's 'Sunshine' & that classic Motown hit by Martha Reeves & The Vandells 'Heatwave
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  • VA - Sunshine Soul - 20 Scorching Soul Classics (2011)

    VA - Sunshine Soul - 20 Scorching Soul Classics (2011)
    RnB, Soul,Funk | Spectrum Music
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2011 | 01:15:54 | 193 Mb

    Following the incredible success of Sunshine Reggae released in 2010 which has sold 33,000 units to date and reached #16 in the Budget Top 100 for 2010, comes the followup title in the series, Sunshine Soul featuring Classic Soul tunes from the 60s to the 90s. You'll recognise many of the tracks from TV advertising where it appears soul is a popular genre to sell KFC having used hits like 'California Soul' by Marlena Shaw, 'Do I Love You (Indeed i Do)' by Frank Wilson & 'More & More' by Little Milton. There's also 'Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy' by The Tams selling Persil & 'Give Up The Funk' by Parliament selling Honda Odyssey & Pringles and also recently covered by the cast of Glee. Other summery classics included are Kool & The Gang's 'Summer Madness', Gabrielle's 'Sunshine' & that classic Motown hit by Martha Reeves & The Vandells 'Heatwave
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  • Slakah The Beatchild - Soul Movement Vol I (2008) Lossless

    Slakah The Beatchild - Soul Movement Vol I (2008) Lossless
    RnB, Soul,Funk,Hip-Hop,Rap,Alternative Rap, Neo-Soul | BBE
    Lossless | FLAC | unmixed | 2008 | 00:58:02 | 374 Mb

    Slakah The Beatchild represents the evolution of the enigmatic producer. Five years ago the urban landscape was ruled by the super production gods. Names like Dre, The Neptunes, Timbaland and Dilla (R.I.P.) conjure up visions of walking celestial beings blessing us with musical gems. Then the internet came and completely changed the producer paradigm. In the past the artist/producer title was a choice, now it’s a prerequisite as musicians struggle to stay relevant in the hearts and minds of ‘gimme, gimme’, attention-deficient listeners. If an artist is going to get by in ’08 they have to be a musical multi-tasker and Slakah fits perfectly into that lane. He’s a musical chameleon whose gifts are only truly realized in the presence of other talented artists and musicians. This is why The Soul Movement Vol. 1 is such an effective introduction to this kid’s budding abilities.
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  • Slakah The Beatchild - Soul Movement Vol I (2008)

    Slakah The Beatchild - Soul Movement Vol I (2008)
    RnB, Soul,Funk,Hip-Hop,Rap,Alternative Rap, Neo-Soul | BBE
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2008 | 00:58:02 | 148 Mb

    Slakah The Beatchild represents the evolution of the enigmatic producer. Five years ago the urban landscape was ruled by the super production gods. Names like Dre, The Neptunes, Timbaland and Dilla (R.I.P.) conjure up visions of walking celestial beings blessing us with musical gems. Then the internet came and completely changed the producer paradigm. In the past the artist/producer title was a choice, now it’s a prerequisite as musicians struggle to stay relevant in the hearts and minds of ‘gimme, gimme’, attention-deficient listeners. If an artist is going to get by in ’08 they have to be a musical multi-tasker and Slakah fits perfectly into that lane. He’s a musical chameleon whose gifts are only truly realized in the presence of other talented artists and musicians. This is why The Soul Movement Vol. 1 is such an effective introduction to this kid’s budding abilities.

    Featuring collaborations from the cream of Canada’s burgeoning talent (Drake, Tona, Divine Brown, Shad, Melanie Durrant, Ray Robinson, Ebrahim and so many others) the album is feel-good new soul with enough of a world-inflected influence to keep it fresh.

    It’s an ALBUM! Meaning the songs are built to complement and augment each other so grabbing one or two songs and popping them into your I-pod won’t do this soulful effort justice. Standout tracks are Enjoy Ya Self, Get Down Right, The Answer, Crate Love, B-boy Beef, I’ll Be Alright & Bad Meaning Good.
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  • Johanna Juhola & Milla Viljamaa - Mi Retorno (2015)

    Johanna Juhola & Milla Viljamaa - Mi Retorno (2015)
    2015 | Texicalli | Folk, Instrumental
    Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) | 00:55:40 | 131 Mb / 311 Mb
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  • Daryle Singletary - There's Still a Little Country Left (2015)

    Daryle Singletary - There's Still a Little Country Left (2015)
    2015 | AGR Television Records | Country
    FLAC (tracks) | 00:38:11 | 269 Mb
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  • Jean Knight - Mr. Big Stuff (2015) Lossless

    Jean Knight - Mr. Big Stuff (2015) Lossless
    RnB, Soul,Funk | Stax
    Lossless | FLAC | unmixed | 2015 | 00:48:39 | 314 Mb

    Jean Knight could do no wrong in 1971, when the strutting "Mr. Big Stuff" was climbing the pop and R&B charts, well on its way to becoming one of the most familiar chart hits of all time. Her debut album, with its no-brainer title, featured a lot of good material on it, not all of it in the same vein as her hit. Producer/arranger Wardell Quezergue (he also appeared on keyboards) handled the record well, with a band consisting of Malaco hands like guitarist Jerry Puckett and drummer James Stroud. Knight shows an admirable range on these songs, stretching out on the heartbroken ballads "A Little Bit of Something (Is Better Than All of Nothing)" and "Why I Keep Living These Memories" (each with a heavy church feel). "You City Slicker" was much too much of a "Mr. Big Stuff" sound-alike, but "Take Him (You Can Have My Man)" would've been a worthy follow-up to her only Top Ten hit. The CD reissue by Fantasy added a few of her later singles, including the charting "You Think You're Hot Stuff" and the fine "Carry On."
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  • Jean Knight - Mr. Big Stuff (2015)

    Jean Knight - Mr. Big Stuff (2015)
    RnB, Soul,Funk | Stax
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2015 | 00:48:39 | 124 Mb

    Jean Knight could do no wrong in 1971, when the strutting "Mr. Big Stuff" was climbing the pop and R&B charts, well on its way to becoming one of the most familiar chart hits of all time. Her debut album, with its no-brainer title, featured a lot of good material on it, not all of it in the same vein as her hit. Producer/arranger Wardell Quezergue (he also appeared on keyboards) handled the record well, with a band consisting of Malaco hands like guitarist Jerry Puckett and drummer James Stroud. Knight shows an admirable range on these songs, stretching out on the heartbroken ballads "A Little Bit of Something (Is Better Than All of Nothing)" and "Why I Keep Living These Memories" (each with a heavy church feel). "You City Slicker" was much too much of a "Mr. Big Stuff" sound-alike, but "Take Him (You Can Have My Man)" would've been a worthy follow-up to her only Top Ten hit. The CD reissue by Fantasy added a few of her later singles, including the charting "You Think You're Hot Stuff" and the fine "Carry On."
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  • VA - Ecliptic Chapter Three Compiled by Nicksher (2015)

    VA - Ecliptic Chapter Three Compiled by Nicksher (2015)
    2015 | Easy Summer Limited | Trance, Progressive
    CBR 320 kbps Stereo | 01:27:04 | 200,58 MB
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  • VA - Top 50 Club Tracks (July 2015) (2015)

    VA - Top 50 Club Tracks (July 2015) (2015)
    2015 | Dance, Club
    50 tracks | mp3 | 320 kbps | 605.87 MB | 04:17:39
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  • VA - Summer Dance Hits - Best Of 2015 (2015)

    VA - Summer Dance Hits - Best Of 2015 (2015)
    2015 | Dance, Club
    126 tracks | mp3 | 320 kbps | 1.38 GB | 10:30:31
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  • VA - 100 Must-Have Heroic Classics (2015)

    VA - 100 Must-Have Heroic Classics (2015)
    2015 | Classic, Instrumental
    100 tracks | mp3 | 320 kbps | 1.43 GB | 10:38:36
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  • VA - 60s Hits (150 Original Recordings) (2015)

    VA - 60s Hits (150 Original Recordings) (2015)
    2015 | Pop, Rock
    150 tracks | mp3 | 320 kbps | 860.99 MB | 06:16:16
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  • VA - DJ Ministry Top 100 DJs of Sound 2015 (2015)

    VA - DJ Ministry Top 100 DJs of Sound 2015 (2015)
    2015 | House, Club
    100 tracks | mp3 | 320 kbps | 1.15 GB | 08:36:13
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  • VA - The Best Of Disco - Live! (2015)

    VA - The Best Of Disco - Live! (2015)
    2015 | Sandrew Metronome | Soul, Funk, Disco
    Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) | 01:51:36 | 265 Mb / 734 Mb
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