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Burnin With Desire - T-Connection - Take It To The Limit (Vinyl, LP, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac


Download Burnin With Desire - T-Connection - Take It To The Limit (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1984
Label: Capitol Records - ST-12333 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Funk, Disco

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How does Amazon calculate star ratings? The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Burnin' - What a classic album! So much has been written about it that there is no need for me to address it. You simply must have it and love it.

What I want to review is the included bonus disc of the original Wailers live at Leeds in Folks, this alone is reason enough to seek out this particular release. Having immediately ordered it on his recommendation - I agree! It's amazing to hear just how perfect the recording and Mr. Glixman's subsequent mix are. This isn't just a fan-boy gushing. It's seriously masterful considering the time and technology of the original recording.

But let's really get to what matters - The music! The performance is fantastic - albeit with a few warts for realism here and there. But it's endearing. I think Peter Tosh may have had a harder time with his monitor mix as his vocals didn't really come out on his tunes Can't Blame The Youth, Stop That Train as strong as, say, Bob's were for the rest.

But in mixing a live show, you have to work with the levels and bleed you're given to work with. Sometimes you're more of an archivist than a solver of problems. Regardless, you can tell that Bob is in good spirits - he's quite funny, actually. And I love hearing how the band really jumps onto the grooves that they're able to stretch out to develop, which are covered Album) by vocals on the studio albums Catch A Fire, Burnin'.

A brilliant album-- I think The Wailers best by far in my opinion-- and the sound is superlative as the cd has been clearly remastered.

I really liked some of the live cd, but some songs lacked energy and I doubt I'll listen to it a whole lot. One person found this helpful. Both from Both dates put Sonny in great form on both alto and tenor. Stitt is really cooking on up-tempo tunes, and while he seems to never miss a note, he still gets that "sound of hurt" that just makes you want to hear more.

But the ballads on alto really knock me out; the version of "This is Always" is enough to make you want to cry. On the Burnin' date we get to hear the brilliance of Barry Harris on piano Barry's solos are poetic narratives, telling complete stories in just a few bars -- Stitt and Harris seem to inspire each other on this date.

Again, the Burnin' date has great fast work by all, but for me the highlight is the medium tempo tunes. This second set has a few more standards, and they're played at medium tempo.

The quartet recorded "Lover Man" on this date. Do you believe in an afterlife? Either way, check out that killin cadenza! But all the Wailers individual albums are so full of highlights I confess I rarely take "Legend" out to play.

When I had fewer than 50 vinyl albums in a milk crate, junior college year, I had 5 Marley albums on Island. The songs, the impeccable rhythm and sparkling sound made even my dinky little stereo sound great.

Now, decades later it sounds as flawlessand powerful as it has been all the time, in my mind's eye. Did not listen to disc one because CD cracked due to difficulty removing it from the tray. I'm hoping for a replacement or refund. Enjoyed disc 2. One of the greatest albums of all time, this album blew my mind from the first time I heard the first note. This was at a time when it was much more than just Bob Marley and an amazing band, but a collaboration of amazing forces.

Music will never be same, especially reggae, after this release, and I won't be either. Interesting beginning to a career. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. The Wailers' second Island album is arguably slightly inferior to its predecessor, "Catch A Fire", in the song stakes - there is quite a lot of filler, which includes inferior remakes of earlier material such as Small Axe and Duppy Conqueror - although none of it is less than good, there are only three really great tracks here.

And the album lacks the overdubs from white session players found on "Catch A Fire" - it was all recorded though not mixed in Jamaica, and though superbly recorded is far rawer than its predecessor.

And apart from all this, it's superbly remastered in this edition, with a bright, LP, punchy sound. The first CD also includes 5 bonus tracks recorded at the same sessions.


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  1. Another great record by the Heats, but for different reasons than Have an Idea. Burnin' Live as the name suggests is a live record and catches the band in fine form as they tear up the stage in an incredible sonic neifullsubsvesetzbubudoomlifillscotlink.coinfo catchy songs are still .
  2. The Wailers' fourth album overall, Burnin', was their second for Island Records, released only six months after its predecessor, Catch a Fire. Given that speed, it's not surprising that several tracks -- "Put It On," "Small Axe," and "Duppy Conqueror" -- are re .
  3. Burnin' is the sixth studio album by The Wailers, released in October Written Bob Marley.

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