Function Of Reality 3D (2012) 720p+1080p MBluRay x264-LOUNG3D

Canadian artist San Base has taken his brilliant Dynamic Painting technology to the spectacular world of 3D, and the results are stunning. The combination of art and music is carefully crafted to create not only one of the best examples of 3D, but an event that draws you into a stimulating Journey for the senses that isnt like anything you have ever seen before.
Journey through eight mind bending worlds that take 3D technology to aspiring new depths that can be explored and enjoyed again and again. With the possibility of discovering new details that were not seen in earlier viewings, San Base has achieved a level of artistic complexity that engages your attention and satisfies from the moment the play button is hit.
The original music was specifically recorded to compliment the flowing movement and seemingly infinite combinations of each Dynamic Painting. Function of Reality : Allows you to relax your mind and release your stress as you flow through each world and become totally immersed within this ever changing journey. Many forms of meditation exist, but in the realm of audio and video, San Base has delivered a meditative experience that leaves a lasting impression.

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Lang Lang: The Third Dimension At Berghain 3D (2010) 1080p MBluRay x264-LOUNG3D

Lang.Lang.The.Third.Dimension.At.Berghain.3D.2010.1080p.MBluRay.x264-LOUNG3D | 3.28 GB

Classical music as a genre and those who perform it as a career are not usually thought of as harbingers of the new and innovative. Long the refuge of established repertoire and long frozen tradition, the world of classical music often has, rightly or wrongly, the slightly musty smell of a museum about it. And so what are fans of classical music to make of Lang Lang, a Chinese born piano prodigy who not only Tweets, updates his Facebook wall regularly, and now has entered the 3D Blu-ray fray (at least partially) with his first Sony release Lang Lang Live in Vienna? The torch has obviously been passed to a new generation of classical artist, and if the music is still the same, the individual interpreting it is most definitely a new sort of presence, one who embraces the latest technology and wants that technology to work for the greater dissemination of the music itself. Lang Lang moved to the United States when he was 15, and is a product of the vaunted Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, where he was mentored by Gary Graffman. Possessing a febrile technique which can make his hands virtually a blur at times—even in hi-def—Lang Lang is also a modernist in the best sense, a kid at heart who is obviously excited to be recording for Sony and to be touring to some of the most awe inspiring venues in the world, including in this instance Vienna’s incredible Musikverein, a gold-laden concert hall where the artist is literally surrounded by the audience. It’s instructive to note that Lang Lang chose a completely different venue for the 3D portion of this Blu-ray (included as an extra), the hipper than hip Berghain Club in Berlin. The times, they are a-changin’.(Read More … http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Lang-Lang-Live-in-Vienna-Blu-ray/13137/#Review)

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The BluRay Experience: Opera And Ballet Highlights (2008) 1080p MBluRay x264-LOUNGE

Including world-class artists such as Bryn Terfel, Cecilia Bartoli, Anne Sofie von Otter, Jose Cura, Simon Keenlyside and Agnes Letestu, this 50-minute introduction to the world of Blu-ray is a must-have purchase this autumn. Blu-ray offers an outstanding audio and visual experience, with up to six times the resolution of standard definition DVD, and up to 7.1 channels of High Definition surround sound.
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Sound City (2013) 720p+1080p BluRay x264-FKKHD

Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl directs this documentary about Los Angeles’ Sound City Studios which specialised in analog recording. Following the closure of the studio in 2011 due to the growing demand for digital recording, Grohl assembled a number of artists, including Josh Homme, Trent Reznor, Paul McCartney and Stevie Nicks, to give interviews and performances while contributing to the creation of a new album.

Director: Dave Grohl
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Lichtmond 2 Universe of Light 3D (2012) 1080p MBluRay x264-LOUNG3D

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Dive into 5.1 and 7.1 surround music and breathtaking 3D worlds.
Featuring ALAN PARSONS & the SubClones and I MUVRINI
360° show at the Planetarium Hamburg

LICHTMOND’s second multimedia album “Universe of Light”, had the collaboration of the music legend Alan Parsons. The resulting award-winning animation music project will have its world premiere at the Planetarium Hamburg, in September 2012. This unique 360° show will be distributed subsequently worldwide.

“Higher, faster, wider and everything in XXL” – this exhausting life perspective leads a lot of people exactly to the opposite: to the deep longing for slow movement and relaxation. The need for beautiful music and sensuality will be complied by the second LICHTMOND animation music Blu-ray “Universe of Light” in 2D and 3D. The audience will embark on a poetic trip through worlds of music and images – right into the birth of the second sun and the evolution of life on “Earth 2”.

Overwhelming 5.1 and 7.1. surround sound enlarges the intense impressions and confirms LICHTMOND as a multimedia artistic synthesis. Breathtaking images and beautiful songs permit a unique trip into a stunning and wonderful journey into the realm of the senses.

LICHTMOND is especially sensual, and the music touches the soul. The audience immerses into virtual landscapes consisting of sounds, images and voices. Enthralled by beauty, poetry, and purity. This kind of music claims devotion – the regularity of daily life will stop for a moment. The audience experiences an untouched world full of suns, stars and fantastic creatures – beautiful and charming like a painted dream.

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Deep Ocean Experience 3D (2011) 720p+1080p MBluRay x264-LOUNG3D

Journey down to the black void of the Deep Oceans for a fascinating Deep Ocean Experience. Learn more about the creatures that lurk down in the dark as a result of our collaboration with one of the worlds leading Deep Ocean Experts – Dr. Alan Jamiesson, presently at Oceanlabs, University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Journey down to the black void of the Deep Oceans
for a fascinating Deep Ocean Experience.
Bring the creatures of the Deep Oceans into your livingroom
and turn your TV into a mesmerizing Deep Ocean Environment.
Amazing computer animated 3D ambient aquarium-film footage!
all subs removed!

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King Crimson – Larks’ Tongues In Aspic – The Complete Recordings (40th Anniversary Limited Edition, #Disc 15) (2012) [BD Remux]

Genre: Progressive Rock
Year: 2012
Quality: BD Remux
Container: MKV, FLAC
Video codec: MPEG-4/AVC
Audio Codec: DTS, FLAC
Video: MPEG-4/AVC, 1080p, 5183 Kbps, 29.970 fps, [email protected]
Audio 1: DTS-HD MA 5.1 6579 kbps 96 kHz 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 48 kHz, 1509 kbps, 24-bit)
Audio 2: FLAC 2.0 24-bit 2487 Kbps 96kHz
Duration: 00:46:46 +00:46:31 +00:46:46

Downloading content from the presence of the following Blu-ray:

– The 2012 Surround mix by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp /DTS-HD Master Surround 5.1/ (BD Remux, *mkv);
– The 2012 stereo album mix by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac);
– Original UK vinyl transfer /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac);
– Original US vinyl transfer /LPCM Stereo 24-bit 96 kHz/ (*flac).

Tracklist:

1) Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (Part I) (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Bruford, Muir)
2) Book of Saturday (Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
3) Exiles (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
4) Easy Money (Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James)
5) The Talking Drum (Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Bruford, Muir)
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Tarja Turunen Act I (2012) 1080p MBluRay x264-SEMTEX

Act 1 is Tarja’s first ever solo live video product in her rock/metal outfit – probably her most spectacular release ever. The main content was filmed on two show nights March 2012 in Rosario, Argentina, at the Teatro El Círculo, a beautiful and breathtaking theatre setting.
With its elaborate tracklisting, Act 1 provides the full-fledged bill of fare to any Tarja fan. The tracklisting consists of Tarja’s greatest solo tracks, some Nightwish classics like Nemo , or the cover versions Over The Hills And Far Away (Gary Moore) and Phantom Of The Opera (Andrew Lloyd Webber). The 2DVD also includes the song Tired Of Being Alone , which Tarja wrote with Schiller – or to make it short: a unique blend of music selection.
The set up of these concerts meant an incredible amount of extra work and effort in the live production – with an impressive result, but also an emotional rollercoaster-ride. Says Turunen: Those two nights in Rosario were a huge emotional drive to me personally.
The artist herself admits, she was ready to burst into tears many times. 

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Stephen Stills ‎- Stills (1975) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Stephen Stills ‎– Stills
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/96kHz: 836mb – 16bit/44kHz: 246mb
Genre: Country-Rock | Label: Columbia ‎/ PC 33575 | First US Pressing | Release: 1975

Unquestionably Stephen Stills is one of the prolific creator of the legendary country-rock quartet C, S, N & Y.
Today I share my beloved LP with all his extra material. The reality is that in this work away from his country roots and hints at his love of Latin rhythms. Markedly Salsa, I remember that in the last section of the beautiful song “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” ends singing in spanish.
The disc itself I find it great and I like Latin rhythms faced without leaving its essence.

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Mellow Candle – Singles (1968-1972) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Mellow Candle – Singles (1968-72)
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1) | 24bit/96kHz: 291mb
Genre: Progressive-Folk | Label: Rise Above Relics / RARLP007 | Release: 2011

“Arguably the best Acid Folk/Folk Rock’ album ever recorded, 1972’s Swaddling Songs has gone on to be one of the most sought-after records in collecting history.
Presented here as the ULTIMATE band authorised/licensed edition, it includes a fully restored deluxe pressing of the original album, plus two replica’s of the bands ultra rare 7″ singles, including the near mythical Dan The Wing picture sleeve and the 1968 debut Feeling High. Also includes a full sized 12-page booklet featuring many unseen photo’s with new updated sleevenotes by David Wells.
PLUS the bonus 14 track Demos’s & Early Works album!!!”
Rise Above Relics Records

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Kevin Coyne – Marjory Razor Blade (1973) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Kevin Coyne – Marjory Razor Blade (1973)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 1569mb
Rock | 1973 UK double LP | Virgin VD2501

Of the four or five Kevin Coyne albums that fans routinely describe as his best ever, Marjory Razorblade is by far the best known in the wider world, a consequence not only of the enormous critical splash it made upon its original release in 1973, but also because of the ripples it continued sending out long after the fact. Four years later, Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten singled out the album’s “Eastbourne Ladies” as one of his all-time favorite records, while the strumming, thrumming “Marlene” is one of those records whose failure to become a monster hit single continues to baffle and bewilder. (Even Virgin thought so, as they proved when they gave it a second chance in 1977.) Yet “Marlene” is just one highlight amid a storm-tossed sea of the things. A glimpse into Coyne’s early influences is provided by a brace of Carter Family covers, a knockabout romp through “Lonesome Valley” and a nearly bluegrass-colored “Heaven in My View,” while his eye for distinctly English working-class archetypes is unrelenting. Vacationing Anglos romp through “This Is Spain,” a deliciously wry study of the suspicions that beset every Continental tourist during the first years of package holiday-making, while “Jackie and Edna” transplants much the same characters to a dour English beachfront, and turns their discomfort inwards.
The clashing of Coyne’s characteristically sharp, tuneful poetry with deliberately warped imagery is breathtaking. The title track, a couple of minutes of a-cappella poetry sliced out of the live favorite “Suite Marjory Razorblade,” makes an excellent bed for “Marlene” to emerge from, and the remainder of side one (on the original vinyl) rattles along with express-train precision, bound for the furious blues boogie of the aforementioned “Eastbourne Ladies,” a compulsive examination of the elderly inhabitants of that (and every other) English seaside town. But the ramshackle “Karate King,” sounding like it’s being sung through a telephone receiver, the scarcely in-tune and barely controlled “Dog Latin,” offering an acerbic vision of the decline of Catholic worship, and “Good Boy,” a headmasterly recitation of praise that twists almost imperceptibly into viciousness and scorn, jab your ears like thumbtacks embedded in the cushions of a comfortable chair, to ensure that, no matter how much you wind up loving Marjory Razorblade, you will never feel completely at ease with her. Yes, there are four or five Kevin Coyne albums that can be described as his best. But Marjory Razorblade remains the greatest of them all. Dave Thompson, allmusic

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John Lennon – Imagine (1971) (MFSL 1-277, Remastered Limited Edition,2000) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


John Lennon – Imagine (1971)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks, Tech Log | Artwork | 825 Mb
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFSL 1-277 (2000) (US Remastered) | Rock

Imagine is the second studio rock album by John Lennon. Recorded and released in 1971, it tended towards songs that were gentler, more commercial and less primal rock than those on his previous album, the critically acclaimed John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. The album is considered the most popular of his works. In 2012, Imagine was voted 80th on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” (Wiki)

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John Dummer Band – John Dummer’s Famous Music Band (1970) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


John Dummer’s Famous Music Band (1970)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 902mb
Rock, Blues-Rock | 1970 UK LP | Fontana 6309 008

The John Dummer Blues Band were an established act on the blues circuit and had released two pure blues albums “Cabal” and “John Dummer Blues Band” both featuring singer and slide guitarist Dave kelly, later and currently a member of The Blues Band with Paul Jones and Tom McGuinness. Kelly left after “John Dummer Blues Band” and was replaced by multi instrumentalist Nick Pickett. Pickett was a strange choice. His main instrument was the violin and he was from a traditional folk background; but he had songs, lots of them, and the line up of Pickett, Dummer, Thompson and guitarist Adrian Pietryga recorded “John Dummer’s Famous Music Band”.
This is a very strange album. Imagine a folk singer and fiddle player playing over a blues based rhythm section. This contrast is the albums great strength. Pickett obviously doesn’t find singing the blues that easy but he delivers some great vocals on the more upbeat numbers like “Yes Sir, She’s my Baby”, a Pickett original and not the old show tune.There are some great moments: The opener “Lady Luck” is an eerie, percussion soaked rocker and the slow bluesy “No Chance Now” is another high, and the bright, jazzy instrumental “Nine By Nine” was a huge hit on the continent and also dented the charts in the UK.
Ultimately this album is a little schizophrenic and would probably have benefitted from an outside producer.There are also some odd moments: on the song “Changes” a harmonium is featured and you can hear quite clearly the squeaking of the pedals as the player pumps them.But all that aside, I really like this album. If you like off-kilter, bluesy, jazzy, folky music, it’s well worth a listen. Taran Geary, amazon.co.uk

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Handel – Water Music – Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields – Neville Marriner (1980) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Handel – Water Music – Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields – Neville Marriner – 1980
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-96 kHz | Redbook 16 Bit-44 kHz | FLAC | No Cue | No Log | Scans | 0,98 GB + 256 MB
1980 / Genre: Classical – Philips – NL

Rivaled only by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Neville Marriner was one of the most important of the early figures who spearheaded the reawakening of modern interest in Baroque and early Classical music. In the 1950s, he founded Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the first British early music ensemble to find a large international audience. Marriner has since become one of the most popular conductors in the world, acclaimed for his interpretations of composers from Bach to Britten.
“It is time for a classic intermezzo; this (nearly mint) LP with energetic and melodic beauty of G.F. Handel (conducted by Neville Marriner) gives me much listening pleasure”. “Maybe you have the same feeling; Enjoy this beautiful recording”!

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Denny Gerrard with High Tide – Sinister Morning (1970) (24-Bit/96Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Denny Gerrard with High Tide – Sinister Morning (1970)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 809mb
Rock, Folk-Rock | 1970 UK stereo LP | Deram Nova SDN 10

 

It wasn’t long after arriving in the U.K. that South African student Denny Gerrard began making his mark on the music scene. In 1965, Jimmy Page picked him to become one half of the duo the Fifth Avenue, while Rolling Stones’ manager Andrew Loog Oldham brought him in as arranger for his project the Variations. Gerrard then linked up with Barry Younghusband, and as Warm Sounds they promptly unleashed the Top 30 hit “Birds and Bees.” Swiftly bored with pop the duo soon split, and Gerrard moved into production, overseeing High Tide’s critically acclaimed 1969 debut album, Sea Shanties. No surprise then, that when the South African began work on his own debut, self-produced, full-length, High Tide were by his side. However, the resulting album, Sinister Morning, was far more a reflection of Gerrard’s vision than Tide’s sound. Much of the set has a folkie feel, accentuated by the prolific use of Gerrard’s acoustic guitar and harmonica. Only on “Native Sun” is the band given a real chance to rock out, with the rest of the set given over to more mid-tempo numbers. These gave Gerrard the opportunity to explore his roots and showcase his arrangement skills. His epiphany is found on the final track, a haunting, seven-plus minute instrumental, whose rich “Atmosphere” is conjured up by his acoustic guitar and Simon House’s delicate organ and rich violin. J.J. Mackey provides the spoken word segments that, sadly, are virtually buried in the mix. The album’s other epic track, “True Believer” takes folk to church, with House’s hymnal organ juxtaposed against a rich, Americana tapestry. “Autumn Blewn,” in contrast, counterpoints ’60s R&B with C&W, with Gerrard’s harmonica adding a folkie feel to the intricate piece. “Rough Stuff” also has an R&B bend, but a down-home, Southern rock tinge, while “Stop or Drop It” is even more rousing, as Gerrard plays his pusillanimous acoustic guitar off against Tony Hill’s electric leads. Although kept on a tight leash, High Tide still bring an energy to the set, turning up the heat on virtually all the songs, particularly the poppy “Hole in My Shadow,” which was probably intended for singledom. The production gives the entire album a warm sound. The only flaw within is Gerrard’s decision to over-utilize layered vocals instead of true harmonies, and paying far less attention to his vocals than he did to the rest of the album’s sound. Released on Decca’s mid-price imprint Nova, the album surprisingly sank without a trace, but swiftly became a much sought-after collector’s item. Jo-Ann Greene, allmusic.

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