May 17

レーベル KING RECORDS

配信開始日 2017.03.29
収録曲数 全20曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://mora.jp/package/43000014/KIZC-370_F/
http://mora.jp/package/43000014/NKCD-6777_F/

AKB48初のベスト・アルバム『0と1の間に』に続く、通算8枚目のアルバム。新しく生まれ変わったAKB48によるアルバムだが、高橋みなみのラスト・シングル「唇にBe My Baby」や、前田敦子を筆頭に卒業生5名が参加した「君はメロディー」も収録され、次世代メンバーだけでなくレジェンドメンバーの影も感じることができる1枚。また、連続テレビ小説『あさが来た』の主題歌「365日の紙飛行機」も収録。

2005年10月を皮切りに、全国から総応募数約3万名の中から選りすぐられた総勢43名のメンバーからはじまった「会いに行けるアイドル」グループ。

秋葉原のドン・キホーテ8FにあるAKB48専用の『AKB48劇場(シアター)』にて、現在も日々公演を行う。
劇場を拠点としながら全国で広く愛されている、吉本新喜劇や宝塚歌劇団といった一流のエンターテイメントを目指す彼女達。
実体が見えないものが多い混沌とした今の時代に一番必要とされている“生の感動”を感じることが出来る“劇場”。
そんなエンターテイメントの基本である劇場を拠点に活動しています。

2014.8.27 現在

収録曲

Type A

1. 唇にBe My Baby
2. 365日の紙飛行機
3. 君はメロディー
4. 翼はいらない
5. LOVE TRIP
6. しあわせを分けなさい
7. 光と影の日々
8. ハイテンション
9. あの日の自分
10. Get you!
11. 誕生日TANGO
12. コイントス
13. ひび割れた鏡
14. 過ち

Type B

1 – 唇にBe My Baby – 04:42
2 – 365日の紙飛行機 – 04:43
3 – 君はメロディー – 04:45
4 – 翼はいらない – 04:35
5 – LOVE TRIP – 05:50
6 – しあわせを分けなさい – 04:54
7 – 光と影の日々 – 04:28
8 – ハイテンション – 03:47
9 – あの日の自分(入山杏奈、大島涼花、大和田南那、岡田奈々、柏木由紀、加藤玲奈、木崎ゆりあ、小嶋陽菜、小嶋真子、込山榛香、島崎遥香、高橋朱里、谷口めぐ、峯岸みなみ、宮崎美穂、向井地美音、武藤十夢、村山彩希、横山由依、渡辺麻友) – 04:08
10 – 青くさいロック(大島涼花、木﨑ゆりあ、小嶋真子、兒玉 遥、惣田紗莉渚、竹内彩姫、朝長美桜、中井りか、松岡菜摘、矢倉楓子、矢吹奈子) – 03:54
11 – ランナーズハイ(小栗有以、後藤楽々、高倉萌香、松岡はな、山本彩加) – 03:50
12 – だから君が好きなのか(荻野由佳、小田えりな、須田亜香里、須藤凜々花、田野優花) – 04:20
13 – バケット(松井珠理奈、宮脇咲良、渡辺麻友) – 04:23

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May 17

レーベル SREVOC
配信開始日 2016.06.29
収録曲数 全14曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://mora.jp/package/43000011/4538182635131/

「ジブリジャズ」がロングセラーを続ける中で第二弾としてリリースされた「ジブリジャズ2」。発売から現在に至るまでロングセラーを続けるアルバムが遂にハイレゾ化!ジブリアイテムの定番となったジャズでありながらPOP で、POP でありながらおしゃれで、大人も子供も楽しめるというジブリジャズ同様にジブリカバーの秀作です!「本作品は16bit/44.1kHzのマスター音源をビクタースタジオ FLAIRが有するオリジナル技術『K2HDプロセッシング』を用いてハイレゾ化した作品となります。」K2HD解説URLhttp://www.jvcmusic.co.jp/k2technology/k2hd/index.html

収録曲

1 – 風の通り道 – 03:35
2 – 晴れた日に – 04:06
3 – さんぽ – 02:44
4 – 空から降ってきた少女 – 04:34
5 – めぐる季節 – 04:07
6 – アシタカせっ記 – 04:20
7 – 愛は花、君はその種子 – 03:48
8 – ねこバス – 03:53
9 – テルーの唄 – 05:05
10 – あの夏へ – 04:27
11 – いつも何度でも – 03:49
12 – 風の伝説 – 03:34
13 – Arrietty’s Song – 03:38
14 – 世界の約束 – 03:42

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May 17

Anna Kanzig – Sound and Fury (2016) 
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 00:37:46 minutes |  407 MB | Genre: Folk
Studio Master, Official Digital Download  | Source: Qobuz | Front Cover | © Columbia

Bei Familie Känzig dominierte eine Art von Instrument den Haushalt: Der Vater besass gleich eine ganze Reihe an Synthesizern. Trotzdem wählte Anna Känzig zunächst einen anderen Weg, lernte als Kind Gitarre, später Bass und Klavier. Zwei Platten nahm sie auf, eine wandte sich dem Jazz zu, die andere bestand aus Folksongs. Sie trat auf dem legendären Montreux Jazz Festival auf, unterrichtete als Gesangslehrerin.

SOUND AND FURY ist für sie ein Neuanfang – und trotzdem ein Schritt zurück zu ihren Wurzeln. Die Synthies der Kindheit sind auf Anna Känzigs neuer Platte die Konstante. Beim Songwriting wagte sie hingegen eine neue Herangehensweise. Wo sie früher alleine schrieb, suchte sie diesmal die Kooperation: Alle Songs entstanden gemeinsam mit dem Produzenten Georg Schlunegger. Das Ergebnis kann sich hören lassen: Die elf Songs auf SOUND AND FURY sind eingängig, aber überraschungsreich, manchmal sanft streichelnd und manchmal wild – und stecken bei aller Elektronik stets voll Soul.

Tracklist:
1 Get Out 00:02:59
2 Drive All Night 00:03:58
3 We Might as Well Be Dreaming 00:03:16
4 Suburban Sky 00:04:17
5 Bonnie & Clyde 00:02:57
6 When a Teardrop Hits the Ground 00:03:15
7 Rebel Heart 00:03:24
8 House of Cards 00:03:04
9 Lights Go Out 00:03:25
10 Young at Heart 00:03:51
11 State Trooper 00:03:20

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May 17

Ophelie Gaillard, Ensemble Pulcinella – Bach Arias (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz  | Time – 01:07:24 minutes | 1,08 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: Qobuz | Front Cover | © Aparté

Bach’s cantatas make use of an amazing diversity of instruments, both old and new. Among the ‘new’ instruments was the violoncello piccolo, a rare type of cello that was popular for a brief period at the beginning of the eighteenth century. The addition of a fifth, higher string provided the instrument a unique lightness and delicacy in the upper registers. This collection featuring cellist Ophelie Gaillard and the ensemble Pulcinella focuses on arias from Bach’s cantatas that are scored for the violoncello piccolo. The arias are interspersed with instrumental transcriptions from the Schubler Chorales and the Orgelbüchlein. Vocal soloists include soprano Sandrine Piau, tenor Emiliano Gonzalez Toro and alto Christophe Dumaux.

Tracklist
1. Mein gläubiges Herze, BWV 68 *
2. Choral Schübler, BWV 645 n°1
3. Woferne du den edlen Frieden, BWV 41 ***
4. Ich, dein betrübtes Kind, BWV 199 *
5. Jesus ist ein guter Hirt, BWV 85 **
6. Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 6 *
7. Ich bin herrlich, ich bin schön, BWV 49 *
8. Es dünket mich, ich sehe dich kommen, BWV 175 ***
9. Choral Schübler, BWV 650 n°6
10. Bete aber auch dabei, BWV 115 *
11. Ich fürchte nicht des Todes Schrecken, BWV 183 ***
12. Es ist vollbracht, BWV 159 **
13. Ich ruf’ zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 639
14. Schlage doch gewünschte Stunde, BWV 53 (Georg Melchior Hoffman, 1679 – 1715) **

Personnel
Sandrine Piau soprano *
Christophe Dumaux alto **
Emiliano Gonzalez Toro ténor ***
Pulcinella
Ophélie Gaillard: piccolo cello / violoncelle piccolo et direction musicale

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May 17

New York Voices – Let It Snow (2013) [Audio Fidelity 2014]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 53:24 minutes | Scans | 3,32 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 0,98 GB
Audio Fidelity # AFZ5-520 | Features Stereo & Multichannel Surround sound | Genre: Jazz

New York Voices is unquestionably one of the finest singing ensembles ever assembled and with Let It Snow, lend their quality vocals to the wintery season of cheer delivering a powerful performance of familiar Christmas songs sure to be regarded as a future holiday classic.

Tracklist:
01. Let It Snow
02. Christmas Time
03. O Little Town of Bethlehem
04. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
05. We Three Kings
06. Holiday for Strings
07. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
08. Sleepers, Wake!
09. O Come, All Ye Faithful
10. The Merry Medley (Man with the Bag, I’d Like You for Christmas, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town)
11. I Wonder as I Wander
12. The Coventry Carol
13. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
14. Silent Night

5.1 Surround Sound Mix: Elliot Scheiner
5.1 Surround Sound Mastering: Elliot Scheiner
2 Track Stereo Mastering: Darcy Proper

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May 17

Leon Russell – Carney (1972/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192kHz  | Time – 37:30  minutes | 1,55 GB | Genre: Rock
Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | © Capitol Records
Recorded: Skyhill Studios, Hollywood/ Muscle Shoals Sound/ Paradise Studios, Grand Lake of the Cherokees, Tia Juana, Oklahoma

Leon Russell’s third album marked a change in direction. His first two releases were a sort of high-spirited revue, with numerous players and gospel-influenced backup singers. Where his self-titled debut and its follow-up (And The Shelter People) wedded blues, R&B, rock & roll, country and other genres, „Carney“ is a pared-down setting of equally well-endowed songs that make their mark in a much quieter manner. Russell’s first two albums had been veritable celebrations, but „Carney“ sounds more introspective. Some of Russell’s most loved songs made their first appearance here, including the often-covered ‘Tight Rope’ and ‘This Masquerade.’ Russell stayed introspective on his subsequent release „Will O’ The Wisp“, but „Carney“ remains one of his very finest efforts. The gorgeous songs and subtle arrangements make for a wonderfully sustained album experience.

“Tight Rope” leads off Carney, and it’s not just his biggest hit, it offers an excellent introduction to an off-kilter, confused, fascinating album. In a sense, it consolidates his two extremes, offering a side of fairly straightforward roots rock before delving headfirst into twisted psychedelia on the second side. On the whole, the second side deflates the first side, since it’s just too fuzzy — it’s intriguing, at least in parts, but it never adds up to anything. Besides, the first side is already odd enough, but in a meaningful way; here, his fascination with Americana sideshows is married to songs that work, instead of just being vehicles for tripping in the studio. Of course, part of what makes Carney interesting is that it contains a bit of both, but interesting doesn’t equal compelling, as the whole of Carney bears out. –Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Tracklist:
1. Tight Rope 02:58
2. Out In The Woods 03:35
3. Me And Baby Jane 03:53
4. Manhattan Island Serenade 03:25
5. Cajun Love Song 03:09
6. Roller Derby 02:22
7. Carney 00:46
8. Acid Annapolis 02:49
9. If The Shoe Fits 02:21
10. My Cricket 02:55
11. This Masquerade 04:22
12. Magic Mirror 04:54

Personnel:
Leon Russell – vocals, guitar, bass, piano
Don Preston – guitar, vocals
Joey Cooper – guitar
Carl Radle – bass
Chuck Blackwell – drums
Jim Keltner – drums
John Gallie – organ

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May 17

Leon Russell – Leon Russell And The Shelter People (1971/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 43:04 minutes | 902 MB | Genre: Rock
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Label: Capitol Records

Leon Russell and The Shelter People is the 1971 gem by multi-instrumentalist and music icon Leon Russell. The album is comprised of eight Russell originals, two Dylan covers and Harrison’s “Beware of Darkness.” It is a full display of Russell’s gifts as an instrumentalist and his abilities to produce timeless Rock & Roll classics. Russell’s soulful talents shine through on the tracks “Of Thee I Sing,” “Home Sweet Oklahoma” and “She Smiles Like a River.” Leon Russell and The Shelter People finds Russell at his prime and is an important document in his illustrious career.

Leon Russell’s accolades are monumental in a number of categories, from songwriting (he wrote Joe Cocker’s “Delta Lady”) to session playing (with the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, just to name a few) to his solo work. Unfortunately, it’s the last category that never really attracted as much attention as it should have, despite a multitude of blues-based gospel recordings and piano-led, Southern-styled rock albums released throughout the 1970s. Leon Russell and the Shelter People is a prime example of Russell’s instrumental dexterity and ability to produce some energetic rock & roll. Poignant and expressive tracks such as “Of Thee I Sing,” “Home Sweet Oklahoma,” and “She Smiles Like a River” all lay claim to Russell’s soulful style and are clear-cut examples of the power that he musters through his spirited piano playing and his voice. His Dylan covers are just as strong, especially “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” and “It Takes a Lot to Laugh,” while “Love Minus Zero/No Limit” and “It’s a Hard Rain Gonna Fall” have him sounding so forceful, they could have been Russell’s own. A hearty, full-flavored gospel sound is amassed thanks to both the Shelter People and the Tulsa Tops, who back Russell up on most of the tracks, but it’s Russell alone that makes “The Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen” such an expressive piece and the highlight of the album. On the whole, Leon Russell and the Shelter People is an entertaining and more importantly, revealing exposition of Russell’s music when he was in his prime. The album that followed, 1972’s Carney, is an introspective piece which holds up a little better from a songwriting standpoint, but this album does a better job at bearing his proficiency as a well-rounded musician.

Tracklist:
01 – Stranger In A Strange Land
02 – Of Thee I Sing
03 – It’s A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
04 – Crystal Closet Queen
05 – Home Sweet Oklahoma
06 – Alcatraz
07 – The Ballad Of Mad Dogs And Englishmen
08 – It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
09 – She Smiles Like A River
10 – Sweet Emily
11 – Beware Of Darkness

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May 17

Leon Russell – Leon Russell And The Shelter People (1971 [Audio Fidelity AFZ 259, 2016]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Full Scans 300dpi | 846 MB
Genre: Rock | Label: Capitol Records / Audio Fidelity (AFZ 259)

Leon Russell and The Shelter People is the 1971 gem by multi-instrumentalist and music icon Leon Russell. The album is comprised of eight Russell originals, two Dylan covers and Harrison’s “Beware of Darkness.” It is a full display of Russell’s gifts as an instrumentalist and his abilities to produce timeless Rock & Roll classics. Russell’s soulful talents shine through on the tracks “Of Thee I Sing,” “Home Sweet Oklahoma” and “She Smiles Like a River.” Leon Russell and The Shelter People finds Russell at his prime and is an important document in his illustrious career.

Leon Russell’s accolades are monumental in a number of categories, from songwriting (he wrote Joe Cocker’s “Delta Lady”) to session playing (with the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, just to name a few) to his solo work. Unfortunately, it’s the last category that never really attracted as much attention as it should have, despite a multitude of blues-based gospel recordings and piano-led, Southern-styled rock albums released throughout the 1970s. Leon Russell and the Shelter People is a prime example of Russell’s instrumental dexterity and ability to produce some energetic rock & roll. Poignant and expressive tracks such as “Of Thee I Sing,” “Home Sweet Oklahoma,” and “She Smiles Like a River” all lay claim to Russell’s soulful style and are clear-cut examples of the power that he musters through his spirited piano playing and his voice. His Dylan covers are just as strong, especially “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” and “It Takes a Lot to Laugh,” while “Love Minus Zero/No Limit” and “It’s a Hard Rain Gonna Fall” have him sounding so forceful, they could have been Russell’s own. A hearty, full-flavored gospel sound is amassed thanks to both the Shelter People and the Tulsa Tops, who back Russell up on most of the tracks, but it’s Russell alone that makes “The Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen” such an expressive piece and the highlight of the album. On the whole, Leon Russell and the Shelter People is an entertaining and more importantly, revealing exposition of Russell’s music when he was in his prime. The album that followed, 1972’s Carney, is an introspective piece which holds up a little better from a songwriting standpoint, but this album does a better job at bearing his proficiency as a well-rounded musician.

Tracklist:

01. Stranger in a Strange Land (Russell, Don Preston) – 4:01
02. Of Thee I Sing (Russell, Don Preston) – 4:22
03. A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall (Bob Dylan) – 5:08
04. Crystal Closet Queen – 2:59
05. Home Sweet Oklahoma – 3:26
06. Alcatraz – 3:51
07. The Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen – 3:51
08. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Dylan) – 4:00
09. She Smiles Like a River – 2:58
10. Sweet Emily – 3:20
11. Beware of Darkness (George Harrison) – 4:40
bonus tracks:
12. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Dylan) – 3:38
13. Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Dylan) – 3:19
14. She Belongs to Me (Dylan) – 3:26

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May 17

Leon Russell – Leon Russell (1970) [Japanese Limited SHM-SACD 2014]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 38:23 minutes | Scans included | 1,55 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 779 MB
Genre: Rock

Leon Russell never quite hit all the right notes the way he did on his eponymous debut. He never again seemed as convincing in his grasp of Americana music and themes, never again seemed as individual, and never again did his limited, slurred bluesy voice seem as ingratiating. He never again topped his triptych of “A Song for You,” “Hummingbird,” and “Delta Lady,” nor did his albums contain such fine tracks as “Dixie Lullaby.” Throughout it all, what comes across is Russell’s idiosyncratic vision, not only in his approach but in his very construction — none of the songs quite play out as expected, turning country, blues, and rock inside out, not only musically but lyrically. Yes, his voice is a bit of an acquired taste, but it’s only appropriate for a songwriter with enough chutzpah to write songs of his own called “I Put a Spell on You” and “Give Peace a Chance.” And if there ever was a place to acquire a taste for Russell, it’s here.

Tracklist:
01. A Song For You
02. Dixie Lullaby
03. I Put A Spell On You
04. Shoot Out On The Plantation
05. Hummingbird
06. Delta Lady
07. Prince Of Piece
08. Masters Of War
09. Give Peace A Chance
10. Hurtsome Body
11. Pisces Apple Lady
12. Roll Away The Stone

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May 17

Leon Russell – Leon Russell (1970) [Audio Fidelity 2016]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 37:02 minutes | Scans included | 645 MB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 742 MB
Genre: Rock

Leon Russell never quite hit all the right notes the way he did on his eponymous debut. He never again seemed as convincing in his grasp of Americana music and themes, never again seemed as individual, and never again did his limited, slurred bluesy voice seem as ingratiating. He never again topped his triptych of “A Song for You,” “Hummingbird,” and “Delta Lady,” nor did his albums contain such fine tracks as “Dixie Lullaby.” Throughout it all, what comes across is Russell’s idiosyncratic vision, not only in his approach but in his very construction – none of the songs quite play out as expected, turning country, blues, and rock inside out, not only musically but lyrically. Yes, his voice is a bit of an acquired taste, but it’s only appropriate for a songwriter with enough chutzpah to write songs of his own called “I Put a Spell on You” and “Give Peace a Chance.” And if there ever was a place to acquire a taste for Russell, it’s here.

Tracklist:
01. A Song For You
02. Dixie Lullaby
03. I Put A Spell On You
04. Shoot Out On The Plantation
05. Hummingbird
06. Delta Lady
07. Prince Of Piece
08. Give Peace A Chance
09. Hurtsome Body
10. Pisces Apple Lady
11. Roll Away The Stone

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