Z pazurem... Ostatnio dodane płyty w kategorii: Z pazurem... https://ccd.pl/ Sat, 24 Feb 2018 12:43:23 Europe/Warsaw 14400 pl Club CD Club CD Online https://ccd.pl/images/website-logo-big.png https://ccd.pl/ 142 107 <![CDATA[ The Sisters of Mercy - Floodland]]> https://ccd.pl/the-sisters-of-mercy-floodland-p180457/ <img src='https://www.ccd.pl/covery/MFSL1021.jpg' width='200' align='left' hspace='4' vspace='2'> <strong></strong> <hr> <![CDATA[ Grateful Dead - In the dark]]> https://ccd.pl/grateful-dead-in-the-dark-p180791/ <img src='https://www.ccd.pl/covery/MFSL1369.jpg' width='200' align='left' hspace='4' vspace='2'> <strong></strong> <hr>The Dead Will Survive: 1987 Album Gave Band New Lease on Life, Best Studio Effort in More Than a Decade Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir’s Dynamic Magnified, Bluesy Riffs Properly Textured In the Dark Contains “Touch of Grey”: Dead’s Only Top 40 Hit Entire Album Boasts Continuity, Flow, and Cheer of a Memorable Live Show: After More Than a Decade, Group Finally Tallied Another Studio Masterwork In the Dark will forever be known as the Grateful Dead record that propelled the iconic band into the mainstream conscious more than two decades after its career began. Thanks to undeniable hooks, sing-a-long refrains, and shrug-it-off sentiments on the survivalist anthem “Touch of Grey,” the Dead was exposed to new generations of listeners and, in the process, became celebrity figures that packed football stadiums with fans. But In the Dark remains significant for many other, more important reasons—Jerry Garcia’s stunning recovery from a coma, Garcia and Bob Weir’s compelling dynamic, and an impeccable batch of tunes. It also stands bar-none as the sextet’s finest output since 1975. Half-speed mastered from the original master tapes and part of the label’s unprecedented Grateful Dead reissue series, Mobile Fidelity’s numbered limited edition 180g LP of In the Dark presents the Dead’s long-overdue breakthrough in attention-grabbing fidelity. Even in an era in which the most revered artists succumbed to the day’s prevailing sound (namely, slick textures and artificial keyboard-heavy production that evoked the feel of Saran-Wrap) the band remained obstinate in its allegiance to revealing fidelity. As it happened, the Dead recorded most of the record live onstage at Marin Civic Auditorium using the then-newly introduced Dolby SR—a technology that permitted astounding instrumental separation, even when playing live. The group’s inimitable blend now sounds better, more immediate, and natural than ever. Everything including the clip-clop of cowbells, Mickey Hart and Billy Kreutzmann’s rhythm-devil grooves, Phil Lesh’s supple bass lines, Garcia’s sweetened timbre, and Brent Mydland’s pastel-shaded keyboard melodies converges into a delightfully balanced, animate entity. The music possesses tube-like warmth and glow, and the band’s renewed vigor and, particularly, Garcia’s mellifluous guitar tones and rippling passages, come across with irresistible immediacy, heft, and vitality. Several effects—the revving of a motorcycle engine, which moves with precise imaging across an extremely wide soundstage and various synthesizer interjections among them—highlight lyrical turns and add winking humor. In the Dark is a late-80s anomaly: A great and great-sounding rock album that isn’t the least bit dated. While there’s no single secret behind the record’s success and its position as the greatest studio achievement of the Dead’s last two decades, In the Dark...]]> <![CDATA[ Judas Priest - Killing Machine]]> https://ccd.pl/judas-priest-killing-machine-p192597/ <img src='https://www.ccd.pl/covery/MOFI1036.jpg' width='200' align='left' hspace='4' vspace='2'> <strong></strong> <hr>