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Phillip Starr

Martial Structure: How to Maximize Your Martial Arts Skills through Body Alignment, Movement, and Breathing

Phillip Starr, "Martial Structure: How to Maximize Your Martial Arts Skills through Body Alignment, Movement, and Breathing"
ASIN: B077CQY2FP, ISBN: 1623172268 | 2018 | AZW3 | 136 pages | 10 MB
Martial Structure: How to Maximize Your Martial Arts Skills through Body Alignment, Movement, and Breathing

Martial Structure: How to Maximize Your Martial Arts Skills through Body Alignment, Movement, and Breathing by Phillip Starr
English | August 7th, 2018 | ISBN: 1623172268 | 136 Pages | EPUB | 29.74 MB

A guide to becoming faster, more powerful, and more effective in martial arts through correct body alignment and proper structure

Kyung Wha Chung, Phillip Moll - Con Amore (2010)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at March 21, 2019
Kyung Wha Chung, Phillip Moll - Con Amore (2010)

Kyung Wha Chung, Phillip Moll - Con Amore (2010)
WEB | FLAC (tracks) - 305 MB | 59:59
Genre: Classical | Label: Decca

A quick glance at the heading tells the knowledgeable reader that most of what we have here are well-known lollipops. They exist in literally hundreds of recordings. Everybody will have his/her favourite pieces played by one or several of the violin greats through the last eight decades. The reissue of this twenty-year-old recital at budget price poses the question: is it worth adding yet another collection? The answer should be an unequivocal “Yes!”, since Chung is one of the stars of fairly recent times. Even before putting the disc in the CD player one knows that these will be technically impeccable readings, played with great musicality, refinement and commitment – elegant but never bland.

Ringo Starr - Goodnight Vienna (1974) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 30, 2017
Ringo Starr - Goodnight Vienna (1974) [Repost]

Ringo Starr - Goodnight Vienna (1974)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 281 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 126 Mb | Scans included | 00:45:12
Classic Rock, Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll | Label: Capitol | # CDP 0777 7 80378 2 8

Goodnight Vienna was very much a follow-up to Ringo, on which Ringo Starr called upon his bevy of musical buddies. Most prominent among them was John Lennon, who again wrote the leadoff track, "(It's All Da-Da-Down To) Goodnight Vienna," and played on three songs; also included are Elton John, who wrote and played on "Snookeroo," Dr. John, Billy Preston, Robbie Robertson, and Harry Nilsson. Richard Perry again produced, bringing his strong pop sensibility to the diverse material. The only real fall-off was in the songwriting; the album's Top Ten hits were "Only You," the old Platters song, and Hoyt Axton's novelty number "No No Song," which winked at intoxicants, but little else on the set stood out. Goodnight Vienna was another enjoyable Ringo record, but it lacked the star power and consistency of its predecessor. Still, compared to the rest of his '70s albums, it was a masterpiece.

Ringo Starr - Give More Love (2017)  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 29, 2017
Ringo Starr - Give More Love (2017)

Ringo Starr - Give More Love (2017)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 274 Mb | Scans included | Time: 00:52:44
Classic Rock, Pop/Rock | Label: Universal/Roccabella | # 00602557804164

Ringo Starr kicks off Give More Love, his 18th studio album of new material, with "We're on the Road Again," an ode to the working musician that effectively summarizes the third act of his career. Following the formation of the All-Starr Band, Ringo has stuck to a regular schedule of tours and albums that pop up every two or three years. Paul McCartney shows up every so often, as he does on Give More Love, singing and playing on "We're on the Road Again" – a cameo that provides a promotional hook for its initial release, but doesn't drastically change the sound of the album. Starr remains fond of late-period Beatles, goosed with a bit of arena rock volume, and since he's working with a group of well-seasoned pros, this guitar pop is all well crafted and amiable.
Curtis Mosby and Henry Starr - Recorded On The West Coast And London, 1924-1939 (1996) {Jazz Oracle BDW8003}

Curtis Mosby and Henry Starr - Recorded On The West Coast And London, 1924-1939 (1996) {Jazz Oracle BDW8003}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 286 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 170 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 39 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1924-39, 1996 Jazz Oracle | BDW 8003
Jazz / Early Jazz

Most of this CD is the complete output by Curtis Mosby & His Dixieland Blue Blowers, one of the top jazz bands active in Los Angeles in the 1920s. Although the soundtrack from its appearance in the 1929 movie Hallelujah is not here, this disc has the first-time release of two numbers from a scratchy 1924 test pressing. Otherwise, the eight selections and four alternate takes from 1927-1929 are full of spirit and strong musicianship, with highlights including "Weary Stomp," "Whoop 'Em Up Blues," "Blue Blower's Blues," "Hardee Stomp," and three versions of "Tiger Stomp."

Edwin Starr - Clean (1978) [2011, Remastered & Expanded Edition]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Sept. 3, 2018
Edwin Starr - Clean (1978) [2011, Remastered & Expanded Edition]

Edwin Starr - Clean (1978) [2011, Remastered & Expanded Edition]
R&B, Soul/Funk, Disco | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 43:49 Min. | 334,41 Mb
Label: 20th Century Records/BBR (UK) | Cat.# CDBBR 0027 | Released: 2011-04-25 (1978)

In the late '70s, Edwin Starr was adjusting to the disco era, like many other soul and R&B vocalists. He hadn't gotten fully comfortable with bustling dance tracks, but this album helped ease the transition. It laid the groundwork for Starr's next LP, in which he returned to prominence and found a way to accomodate the demands of the dance floor without sacrificing his own integrity.
Kay Starr - Losers, Weepers (1960) {EMI Japan Cardboard Sleeve TOCJ-9742 rel 2012}

Kay Starr - Losers, Weepers (1960) {EMI Japan Cardboard Sleeve TOCJ-9742 rel 2012}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 206 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 76 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 34 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1960, 2012 Capitol / EMI Music Japan | TOCJ-9742 | 24bit remastering
Jazz / Female Jazz Vocal

Kay Starr was always a very underrated jazz singer. Because she had a few pop hits and gained a major name in the 1950s, Starr is often overlooked in the jazz world, but most of her vintage records are well worth investigating. This particular out-of-print LP from around 1957 (the date is approximate) features her backed by a string section arranged by Van Alexander. Although most of the songs have to deal with love, the emphasis is on ballads and the strings are heavy in spots, Starr gives a jazz feeling to each of her dozen interpretations. As usual, in spots she sounds eerily close to Dinah Washington. Highlights include "You Always Hurt the One You Love," "Don't Take Your Love from Me," "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone" and "Into Each Rain Some Rain Must Fall." Superior singing.

Ringo Starr - Ringo (1973) [DCC GZS-1066] Repost  Music

Posted by v3122 at Nov. 24, 2018
Ringo Starr - Ringo (1973) [DCC GZS-1066] Repost

Ringo Starr - Ringo (1973)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1994 | DCC GZS-1066 | ~ 294 or 110 Mb | Artwork(jpg) -> 11 Mb
Rock / Pop Rock / Classic Rock

With Ringo, Ringo Starr finally put his solo career in gear in 1973, after serving notice with back-to-back Top Ten singles in 1971 and 1972 that he had more to offer than his eccentric first two solo albums. Ringo was a big-budget pop album produced by Richard Perry and featuring Ringo's former Beatles bandmates as songwriters, singers, and instrumentalists…

Edwin Starr - War And Peace (1970/2019)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 18, 2019
Edwin Starr - War And Peace (1970/2019)

Edwin Starr - War And Peace (1970/2019)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 269 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 93 MB | 00:38:27
Funk, Soul, RnB | Label: Uni/Motown

Edwin Starr went from run-of-the-mill second-level act to hitmaker with this 1970 album, without question his finest. Norman Whitfield gave Starr the chance to cut a song that had been intended for The Temptations. They later did a version of "War," but Starr completely vaporized their rendition to the extent that most people today think he wrote it. Starr was now a celebrity and briefly in Motown's top echelon. The fact that everything else on the album is only fair to average didn't even matter in the scope of things.