Jun 07

產品名稱: 情牽女人心 (SACD) (限量編號版)
歌手名稱: 台灣群星
推出日期: 2015-11-13
語言: 國語
製作來源地: 中國香港
光碟格式: Super Audio CD

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內容簡介/曲目
經典黃金SACD系列, 滾石巨星再現 – 情牽女人心
日本壓製 Super Audio Compact Disc(Hybrid),
首批1,000張印有限量編號, 極具珍藏價值!

曲目:
01. 味道 – 辛曉琪
02. 試著了解 – 萬芳
03. 夢醒時分 – 陳淑樺
04. 走在雨中 – 齊豫
05. 新不了情 – 萬芳
06. 明天我要嫁給你 – 李度
07. 滾滾紅塵 – 陳淑樺
08. 歡顏 – 齊豫
09. 走過 – 辛曉琪
10. 領悟 – 辛曉琪
11. 這樣愛你對不對 – 陳淑樺
12. 我是不是你最疼愛的人 – 潘越雲
13. 捨不得把眼睛睜開 – 李度
14. 猜心 – 萬芳
15. 夢田 – 潘越雲/齊豫

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Jun 06

レーベル 5pb.Records
配信開始日 2016.06.29
収録曲数 全31曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://mora.jp/package/43000033/A47307/

1999年9月、PlayStationで発売。美少女恋愛ゲームの金字塔でありながら、決して「萌え」だけではない。キャラクターのリアルな愛しさと、相反する複雑な心理描写。
その衝撃的なストーリー展開で、今も多くのユーザーから新作が待たれる、確実に「あの」時代を象徴する「特別な」作品、「メモリーズオフ」。

オリジナルのサウンドデータを今再び紐解き、包みこむように丁寧にマスタリング。あの時の微笑、涙、そして震え、絶望。
まだまだ「想い出に変わらない」あの瞬間の「温度」をじっくり感じてください。

収録曲

1 – Eternity – 02:15
2 – Each and every heart – 03:22
3 – Exchange student – 02:43
4 – For nowadays – 02:27
5 – With lonesome and calm mind – 02:10
6 – Tomboy? – 02:12
7 – Unrequited love – 03:35
8 – Firefly – 01:57
9 – Swallow – 03:29
10 – Eddy – 03:16
11 – Hawk – 03:27
12 – Stream – 02:22
13 – Rare – 02:16
14 – Day after day – 03:01
15 – Repeating life – 03:43
16 – Nothing – 03:13
17 – Bustling time – 03:02
18 – Sadness in confesion – 01:59
19 – Lucky day! – 02:17
20 – Whisper of breeze – 03:41
21 – Help! – 02:09
22 – With memories – 03:51
23 – Rain then clear – 02:51
24 – Palpitation – 02:27
25 – Reminiscence of Raining – 01:52
26 – Memories Off – 03:32
27 – Bygone days – 03:54
28 – School trip – 02:45
29 – Kagura – 02:09
30 – To the future – 03:47
31 – Refrain – 02:16

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Jun 06

レーベル Lantis
配信開始日 2015.12.23
収録曲数 全12曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://www.e-onkyo.com/music/album/laca15531/
http://mora.jp/package/43000033/A44088/
TRUEというアーティストの根底にあるものとは、心から音楽を楽しむ、ということ。

自らが、歌で想いを伝えることを喜び、楽しんでいるその前向きで凛とした強さは、聴く者の心を勇気づけ、癒す。
TRUEの原点、出発点、ここからスタートして、またいつか必ず立ち返るような、忘れてはいけない大切なこと。
心に宿る喜びの歌。そんなリードトラック・新録楽曲たちにも是非、ご注目ください!
アニメ主題歌・挿入歌を多数収録!
アニメファンには見逃せない1枚になること間違いなし!

※こちらの商品は、ハイレゾ音源(高音質音源、Hi-Res)商品です。

【タイアップ】
1.Joy Heart(「Club AT-X すずまお荘」12月度エンディングテーマ)
2.はじまりの翼(OVA『翠星のガルガンティア?めぐる航路、遥か?』主題歌)
3.Dear answer(TVアニメ『櫻子さんの足下には死体が埋まっている』OP主題歌)
4.UNISONIA(TVアニメ『バディ・コンプレックス』OP主題歌)
5.TWIN BIRD(TVアニメ『バディ・コンプレックス 完結編―あの空に還る未来で―』 挿入歌)
6.Story of Lucifer(TVアニメ『コメット・ルシファー』 イメージソング)
7.私が哀しみの盾になる(新録曲)
8.ailes(TVアニメ『純潔のマリア』ED主題歌)
9.SUPER LOVERS(新録曲)
10.エゴイックヒロイン(新録曲)
11.DREAM SOLISTER(TVアニメ『響け!ユーフォニアム』OP主題歌)

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Jun 06

レーベル SQUARE ENIX
配信開始日 2017.02.22
収録曲数 全10曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://mora.jp/package/43000021/SQEX-10586_F/

下村陽子プロデュースによるFFピアノコレクション最新作!

全世界で大人気のRPG「ファイナルファンタジー」シリーズのナンバリング最新作「ファイナルファンタジーXV」。そのゲームの感動体験を演出する同作の楽曲たちが、ゲームファン&ファイナルファンタジーファンから大きな支持を集める大人気アレンジシリーズ「Piano Collections」として新たに発売!

本作のプロデュースはもちろんFFXVのメインコンポーザーを務める下村陽子が担当! 「ファイナルファンタジーXV」関連楽曲から同氏が厳選した“ピアノで聴きたい名曲集”です。

自身の作曲の際には必ず意識するというピアノの旋律がより美しくより澄まされた本作は、ゲーム音楽の域を超え、聴いた人の心に響く芸術作品となること間違いなし。
ご期待ください。

収録曲

1 – 晦の夜の夢 – Somnus – – 04:12
2 – 遠ざかる日々のこと – Sorrow Without Solace – – 04:51
3 – 月華の円舞曲 – Valse di Fantastica – – 03:25
4 – 曉の幻影 – Stand Your Ground – – 04:11
5 – 月夜に謳う君 – LUNA – – 03:49
6 – 闇に染む饗宴 – Veiled in Black – – 03:46
7 – 綺羅星円舞曲 – Starlit Waltz – – 03:13
8 – ピアノのための幻想的夜曲 – NOCTIS – – 04:33
9 – 裁きと啓示 – OMNIS LACRIMA – – 03:52
10 – 漆黒の黙示録 – APOCALYPSIS NOCTIS – – 02:20

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Jun 06

レーベル Sony Music Direct(Japan)Inc.
配信開始日 2016.07.26
収録曲数 全10曲
販売データ ハイレゾ|FLAC|96.0kHz/24bit

http://mora.jp/package/43000116/4582290417943/

こちらは X「Jealousy」2016年最新デジタルリマスター盤初回生産限定盤のmoraハイレゾミュージッククーポンをお持ちの方のみがダウンロード出来る商品です。

■ダウンロード期間:2016年7月26日(火)~2017年7月25日(火)23:59まで

【オリジナル盤発売日】1991年7月1日

【マスタリング年】2016年

【マスタリングエンジニア】Bob Ludwig
【マスタリングスタジオ】Gateway Mastering Studios

※10曲目はCDマスター音源をハイレゾ配信用にリマスタリングした商品です。

『Jealousy』……
それはYOSHIKI、TOSHI、HIDE、PATA、TAIJI…5人が全身
全霊で駆け抜けて辿り着いた到達点であり…
Xが”破滅に向かって”臨界点を突破した瞬間。

前作『Blue Blood』を60万枚売り上げ、急速にスケール感を増
しながら刹那的に爆進し続けた5人の、希望と葛藤、
歓喜と苦悩が刻み込まれた10曲。
「Es Durのピアノ線」の突然の不協和音の衝撃から、
涙腺を崩壊させる「Say Anything」まで――
メロスピ、バラード、ハード・ロック、ロックンロール、
アコースティック、スラッシュ、アヴァンギャルド…
5人の才能と美学がジャンルをも飲み込んで
産み落とされた10曲。

『Jealousy』発売から25年。『Jealousy』の10曲と
運命を共にした世代から、
『Jealousy』の10曲と新たに出会う世代まで。
すべての世代で祝う25年目のメモリアル。
すべての世代に届ける25年目の新たなる『Jealousy』。
すべての世代へ突き刺さる…5人による最後の魂の共鳴。
『Jealousy』よ、今こそすべてのX JAPAN GENERATIONの中で”永遠に向かって”鳴り響け!!!
(text by 『ヘドバン』編集部)

収録曲

1 – Es Durのピアノ線 – 01:53
2 – Silent Jealousy – 07:18
3 – Miscast – 05:12
4 – Desperate Angel – 05:53
5 – White Wind From Mr. Martin ~Pata’s Nap~ – 01:02
6 – Voiceless Screaming – 06:15
7 – Stab Me In The Back – 03:52
8 – Love Replica – 04:35
9 – Joker – 05:32
10 – Say Anything – 08:38

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Jun 06

Maurice Ravel – Orchestral Works – NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo, Vladimir Ashkenazy (2003/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/48 kHz | Time – 01:33:31 minutes | 1,78 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: e-Onkyo | Artwork: Front cover | © Exton
Recorded: 20,21 Jun. 2003 (DSD Recording)

This CD presents acclaimed conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy with the NHK Symphony Orchestra of Tokyo performing Maurice Ravel’s most famous orchestral works. The violinist Mayu Kishima joins the orchestra to perform the Tzigane. Ravel created this piece to suggest a Hungarian rhapsody, with a slow tempo in the first movement and a fast-paced second movement, Initially written for violin and piano, Ravel left this later arrangement for orchestra. Also included is the Bolero, Ravel’s last work for orchestra.

Tracklist:

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

1 La valse, M. 72 12:04
Miroirs, M. 43
2 – 1. Noctuelles 5:26
3 – 2. Oiseaux tristes 4:41
4 – 3. Une barque sur l’ocean 7:13
5 – 4. Alborada del gracioso 8:07
6 – 5. La vallee des cloches 5:30
07 – Tzigane ‘Rhapsodie de concert’, M. 76 10:51
Le tombeau de Couperin, M. 68a
08 – 1 Prelude 3:13
09 – 2 Fugue 4:03
10 – 3 Forlane 5:52
11 – 4 Rigaudon 3:09
12 – 5 Menuet 4:54
13 – 6 Toccata 3:49
14 Boléro, M. 81 15:21

Personnel:
Mayu Kishima, violin (#7)
NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor

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Jun 06

Itzhak Perlman plays Saint-Saens, Chausson & Ravel – Orchestre de Paris, Jean Martinon (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96kHz | Time – 00:46:08 minutes | 836 MB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: Qobuz | Digital Booklet | ©  Warner Classics
Recorded: Salle Wagram, Paris, 4 & 5 July 1974

Over the years, Itzhak Perlman has regularly enriched his recorded catalogue with works by French composers. As early as 1968, he set down his first versions of Lalo’s Symphonie espagnole and Ravel’s Tzigane (for RCA), as well as of Franck’s Sonata (for Decca). He later revisited the Symphonie espagnole, this time coupling it with Berlioz’s Rêverie et Caprice (DG, 1980). Next came Chausson’s Concert (1982, CBS), Saint-Saëns’s Third Concerto (DG, 1983) and, a few years later, Debussy’s Sonata and Ravel’s Trio (1994, Decca). In 1974, under the baton of Jean Martinon, he recorded four concertante works inspired by “exotic” music, but reclothed in westernised garb. Combining the concertante genre with the theme of foreign travel became very fashionable in France back in 1834, the year in which Berlioz’s Harold en Italie received its premiere. It appeared to be a recipe for success and other composers, such as Lalo, D’Indy, Chabrier, Saint-Saëns, Debussy and Ravel were to try their hand at it. Certain (non-French) musicologists have noted, slightly tongue-incheek, that French composers showed a particular talent for conjuring the musical atmosphere of places they had never actually visited… The works on this album would appear to back up that claim.

Camille Saint-Saëns, himself a virtuoso pianist, drew on the expertise of his friend Pablo de Sarasate when he was writing the violin part of his Introduction et Rondo capriccioso. He was undoubtedly inspired by the characteristically Spanish performance style of his favourite soloist (and the dedicatee of this work). Full of spontaneity and bursts of invention, the work is cast in two contrasting sections, showcasing first the violin’s melancholic voice and then its full exuberant, virtuosic potential. Written twenty-four years later, in 1887, the Havanaise is based on the rhythm of the habanera, a dance of Cuban origins that enjoyed long-lasting popularity in Europe. It was first performed by Rafael Díaz Albertini in Paris and was an immediate success, thanks to its atmosphere of underlying sensuality, interrupted at intervals by episodes of greater fire and flamboyance.

Maurice Ravel, meanwhile, immersed himself in the native folk music of his dedicatee when he wrote Tzigane in 1924 for the Hungarian violinist Jelly d’Arányi (1893–1966), great-niece of Joseph Joachim. Hélène Jourdan-Morhange (1888–1961), French violinist, friend of the composer and herself the dedicatee of his Sonata for violin and piano, recalled that Ravel had sent her a telegram while he was composing Tzigane, begging her to come to his home at Montfort-l’Amaury with her violin and Paganini’s Twenty-four Caprices: “he wanted to hear all of them so that he would know everything there was to know about a violin given free rein. He took great pleasure in the hardest sections, making me try different effects with tiny, devilish improvements. That’s how, with Tzigane, he became the undisputed champion in the Ravel–Paganini fight.” Like Paganini before him, Ravel here includes multiple technical and harmonic effects, glissandi, double-stopping and pizzicati, to create a work of truly diabolical virtuosity. Its orchestral version was to be his only concertante work for the violin.
Sadly, the small number of pieces recorded by Eugène Ysaÿe in 1912 does not include Chausson’s Poème, of which he was the dedicatee. George Enescu was the first to record the piece, in a version with piano accompaniment (1929), and it was his pupil, a very young Yehudi Menuhin, who made the first recording with orchestra, under the baton of Enescu, in 1933. The work is conceived as a kind of symphonic poem and, with its beguiling, intense lyricism, eschews overt virtuosity, opting instead for a dramatic narrative that has moments of both sombreness and exaltation, and from which there emanates a profoundly human sense of poetry. Itzhak Perlman has recorded each of the four works featured here at least twice (Tzigane three times), proof of his deep affection for this particularly appealing repertoire — one to which his performances do full justice. –Jean-Michel Molkhou

Tracklist:
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921)
1 Introduction & Rondo capriccioso, Op.28 9.21
Ernest Chausson (1855–1899)
2 Poème, Op.25 16.38
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921)
3 Havanaise, Op.83 10.16
Maurice Ravel (1875–1937)
4 Tzigane (Rapsodie de concert) 9.54

Personnel:
Itzhak Perlman, violin
Orchestre de Paris
Jean Martinon, conductor

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Jun 06

Sarah Vaughan – Live At Rosy’s (1978/2016)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/5,64 MHz | Time – 01:27:05 minutes | 6,87 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time – 1:27:05 minutes | 3,08 GB
Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Digital Booklet | © 2xHD
Recorded: Rosy’s Jazz Club, New Orleans on May 31, 1978

“This recording celebrates the genius that was Sarah Vaughan. Recorded live in concert in May 31, 1978 at the celebrated New Orleans jazz club Rosy’s, it represents two sets containing 87 minutes of music, that were never before released. The rhythm section (or as Sassy put it ‘my trio’) was extremely tight, made up of pianist and arranger Carl Schroeder, bassist Walter Booker and legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb (Miles Davis Kind of Blue). This band played hundreds of performances around the globe with Sarah Vaughan and in the recordings, in this set; these three masters’ empathy with one another and their consummate cohesiveness as a unit are undeniable.

This is truly a rare collector’s recording.”

For the 2xHD transfer of this recording, the original 1/4”, NAB master tape was played on a Nagra-T modified with high-end tube playback electronics, wired with OCC silver cable from the playback head direct to a Telefunken EF806 tube. The Nagra T has one of the best transports ever made, having four direct drive motors, two pinch rollers and a tape tension head. We did an analog transfer for each high-res sampling.

Tracklist:
1. I’ll Remember April (3:45)
2. I Fall In Love Too Easily (3:43)
3. Band Intro (1:30)
4. East of The Sun (3:09)
5. I’ve Got A Lot of Living To Do (2:14)
6. Time After Time (3:46)
7. Somebody Loves Me (2:06)
8. Poor Butterfly (4:58)
9. A Tisket, A Tasket (1:47)
10. Send In The Clowns (6:00)
11. Sarah’s Blues (7:47)
12. The Man I Love (4:45)
13. I Got It Bad (and That Ain’t Good) (5:07)
14. Watch What Happens (2:44)
15. If You Went Away (5:40)
16. I Could Write A Book (3:01)
17. I Remember You (5:02)
18. Fascinating Rhythm (4:01)
19. Everything Must Change (6:47)
20. Like Someone In Love (2:41)
21. My Funny Valentine (5:17)
22. Ending Theme (1:08)

Personnel:
Sarah Vaughan, vocals
Carl Schroeder, piano
Walter Booker, bass
Jimmy Cobb, drums

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Jun 06

Richard ‘Groove’ Holmes – Soul Message (1965/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 34:37 minutes | 371 MB | Genre: Jazz
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Digital Booklet | © Prestige Records
Recorded: August 3, 1965 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Remastered: 2006, Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Many Eastern and Midwestern musicians helped sustain the West Coast jazz scene in the ’50s and ’60s, but the only one among them who made an impact in Southern California on Hammond organ was New Jersey native Richard “Groove” Holmes. This was Holmes’s first recording for Prestige, and it both confirmed his status as one of the B-3’s leading practitioners and elevated his profile with the crossover success of “Misty.” Armed with a talented and totally sympathetic rhythm section, a program that emphasized jazz classics (including the first cover version of Horace Silver’s “Song for My Father”) plus two infectious originals, and a unique sound that created excitement without flamboyance and allowed the brilliant bass lines created by his skillful pedal work to shine through with clarity, Holmes turned Soul Message into the signature album of his celebrated career.

Organist Richard “Groove” Holmes hit upon a successful formula on this Prestige session (reissued on CD in the OJC series), mixing together boogaloo rhythms with emotional solos. His double-time version of “Misty” became a big hit, and the other selections, including Horace Silver’s “Song for My Father” and a pair of soulful originals, are in a similar vein. The lone ballad of the set (“The Things We Did Last Summer”) is a fine change of pace. With the assistance of guitarist Gene Edwards and drummer Jimmie Smith, Groove Holmes shows that it is possible to create music that is both worthwhile and commercially successful. –AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow

Tracklist:
1. Groove’s Groove 07:07
2. Dahoud 05:41
3. Misty 06:04
4. Song For My Father 06:09
5. The Things We Did Last Summer 06:07
6. Soul Message 03:29

Personnel:
Richard “Groove” Holmes, organ
Gene Edwards, guitar
Jimmie Smith, drums

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Jun 06

Roland Kirk with Jack McDuff – Kirk’s Work (1961/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 32:59 minutes | 404 MB | Genre: Jazz
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Digital Booklet | © Prestige Records
Recorded: July 11, 1961 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Remastered: 2007, Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Roland Kirk, the amazing one-man saxophone section and sublime soloist, had yet to add “Rahsaan” to his name when he recorded his first album for Prestige in 1961. It wasn’t yet quite clear to many, even people at the center of the jazz community, that Kirk’s gifts went considerably beyond the ability to play three horns at once.

Gradually, it began to dawn on one and all that the man’s almost superhuman energy and dedication were matched by musicianship based as firmly in tradition as in innovation. Eventually, it became possible to accept as parts of Kirk’s kaleidoscopic expression those odd instruments the manzello and the strich, not to mention the nose flute and kirkbam that he added later. And what a tenor saxophonist. Kirk’s Work is a milestone in the brief, brilliant career of a major artist.

Kirk’s Work, Rahsaan Roland Kirk’s third long-player, teams him up with organist “Brother” Jack McDuff for Kirk’s most soulful post-bop set to date. His unorthodox performance style incorporates the polyphonies of a tenor sax, flute, manzello, and stritch. (The latter instrument is Kirk’s own modification of a second-generation B-flat soprano sax.) This contributes to the unique sonic textures and overtones Kirk creates when playing two — and often three — of those lead instruments simultaneously. The loose and soulful nature of McDuff’s Hammond organ lends itself to the swinging R&B vibe pervasive throughout the album. Completing the quartet is Joe Benjamin (bass) and Art Taylor (drums), both veteran jazzmen in their own right. They lend their expertise as well as innate sense of rhythm to the up-tempo “revival meetin’” rendition of Sammy Kahn’s “Makin’ Whoopee” as well as the ominous swing of the title track. This is also an ideal showcase for Benjamin and Taylor’s running counterpoint that glides throughout — supporting soloists Kirk and McDuff. Of the four original Kirk compositions, “Doin’ the Sixty-Eight” is arguably the strongest. The percussive rhythms weave a hypnotic Latin groove over which Kirk and McDuff both snake some highly cerebral solos. The stellar interpretation of “Skater’s Waltz” combines a well-known traditional melody with some of the most aggressive interaction from the quartet. The tune is put through its paces and the tenor sax/Hammond organ leads bounce around like a game of sonic ping pong. The more aggressive performance style that Kirk would later incorporate definitely shows signs of development on Kirk’s Work. While certainly not the best in his catalog, it is a touchstone album that captures the early soulful Rahsaan Roland Kirk. –AllMusic Review by Lindsay Planer

Tracklist:

1. Three For Dizzy 5:11
2. Makin’ Whoopee 5:07
3. Funk Underneath 6:15
4. Kirk’s Work 3:54
5. Doin’ The Sixty-Eight 4:20
6. Too Late Now 3:52
7. Skaters Waltz 4:23

Personnel:
Roland Kirk, tenor saxophone, manzello, strich, flute, siren
Jack McDuff, Hammond organ
Joe Benjamin, bass
Arthur Taylor, drums

Production:
Recording and mastering engineer: Rudy Van Geld

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