Rock’n’Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution [Mixtapes]

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Hey there, cyber wanderers, here’s a bunch of compilations I’ve put together, High Fidelity style, which gathers in digital musical boxes some of my favorite Rock’n’Roll songs ever. Pump up the volume and enjoy these several proofs that AC/DC was damn right by shouting, at the end of Back in Black, that rock’n’roll ain’t noise pollution! I’ve mixed together oldies/classics and contemporary stuff, both for the sake of diversity and to highlight how alive and kicking rock music, in its panoply of forms, still is nowadays. For more than 60 cyber-selections of music I cherish and usually play around with – including Jazz, Blues, Classical, Brazilian and so on and so forth… – check my 8 tracks profile. Cheers!

01) LED ZEPPELIN, “Communication Breakdown”
02) THE BEATLES, “Revolution”
03) BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD, “For What It’s Worth”
04) RIVAL SONS, “All The Way”
05) TREAT HER RIGHT, “I Think She Likes Me”
06) RANCID, “The 11th Hour”
07) TEENAGE FANCLUB, “I Don’t Want Control Of You”
08) JANIS JOPLIN, “Me and Bobby McGee”
09) THE WALLFLOWERS, “Passenger”
10) THE DISTILLERS, “The Hunger”

01. THE BEATLES, “Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End”
02. THE WHO, “The Seeker”
03. LED ZEPPELIN, “Gallows Pole”
04. THE KNICKERBOXERS, “Lies”
05. THE SONICS, “Strychnine”
06. THE REMAINS, “Don’t Look Back”
07. CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND, “Are You Gonna Be There”
08. THE STANDELLS, “Dirty Water”
09. THE COUNT FIVE, “Psychotic Reactions”
10. LOVE, “7 and 7 Is”
11. ELECTRIC PRUNES, “I Had Too Much To Dream Last Nite”
12. THE STRANGELOVES, “Night Time”
13. JIMI HENDRIX, “Foxy Lady”

01) BLACK CROWES, “Hard to Handle”
02) SUSAN TEDESCHI & DOUBLE TROUBLE, “Rock and Roll” (Led Zeppelin Cover)
03) AC/DC, “Shot Down in Flames”
04) THE CLASH, “Brand New Cadillac”
05) DEEP PURPLE, “Strange Kind of Woman”
06) BIG STAR, “Don’t Lie to Me”
07) PATTI SMITH, “Rock and Roll Nigger”
08) BLACK MOUNTAIN, “Hair Song”
09) THE BEATLES, “Can’t Buy Me Love”
10) WILCO, “Casino Queen”
11) STROKES, “Reptilia”
12) T REX, “Rock On”

01) THEM CROOKED VULTURES, “New Fang”
02) JAPANDROIDS, “The Nights of Wine and Roses”
03) BEN HARPER, “Black Rain”
04) BLACK MOUNTAIN, “Rollercoaster”
05) JULIETTE & THE LICKS, “Hot Kiss”
06) PEARL JAM, “State of Love and Trust”
07) ARCADE FIRE, “Keep the Car Running”
08) BLITZEN TRAPPER, “Gold for Bread”
09) BORIS, “Dyna-Soar”
10) YEAH YEAH YEAHS, “Date With The Night”

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Punk Rock Anthems – Volumes I, II and III [Mixtapes for Streaming] – Undertones, MC5, Stooges, Richard Hell, Rancid, Clash, Black Flag, The Gits, Husker Du, Fugazi, Nirvana, Saints, Radio Birdman and so on…

Punk Rock Anthems (Vol. #03)

01. BLACK FLAG, “Rise Above”
02. HÜSKER DÜ, “Turn on the News”
03. THE REPLACEMENTS, “Bastards of Young”
04. SLEATER-KINNEY, “You’re No Rock’n’roll Fun”
05. THE MUFFS, “Kids in America”
06. THE GITS, “Absynthe”
07. GREEN DAY, “Basket Case”
08. THE DT’S, “Freedom”
09. THE HIVES, “Die All Right!”
10. BLONDIE, “11:59”
11. JOE STRUMMER & THE MESCALEROS, “Arms Aloft”
12. RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, “Killing in the Name Of”

Punk Rock Anthems (Vol. #02)

01. THE UNDERTONES, “Teenage Kicks”
02. THE DISTILLERS, “City of Angels”
03. THE DEAD BOYS, “Sonic Reducer”
04. PEARL JAM, “Do The Evolution”
05. RICHARD HELL & THE VOIDOIDS, “Blank Generation”
06. MC5, “Kick Out The Jams”
07. PATTI SMITH, “Rock’n’roll Nigger”
08. BIKINI KILL, “Rebel Girl”
09. G.B.H., “Cadilac One”
10. X, “Your Phone’s Off The Hook”
11. MUDHONEY, “Pump It Up”
12. THE MAKERS, “Too Many Fuckers On The Streets”

Punk Rock Anthems (Vol. #01)

01. IGGY & THE STOOGES, “Search & Destroy”
02. RAMONES, “Sheena Is a Punk Rocker”
03. SEX PISTOLS, “God Save The Queen”
04. DEAD KENNEDYS, “California Übber Alles”
05. THE CLASH, “Clampdown”
06. RANCID, “Bloodclot”
07. RADIO BIRDMAN, “Murder City Nights”
08. FUGAZI, “Waiting Room”
09. JOHNNY THUNDERS, “Born To Lose”
10. THE SAINTS, “I’m Stranded”
11. THE SONICS, “Shot Down”
12. NIRVANA, “Breed”

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Latin Jazz (Putumayo World Music Compilation)

Latin JazzAfro-Cuban rhythms and jazz stylings come together on this lively collection of songs by many of the masters of Latin jazz. If you enjoy this music, please buy the CD from Putumayo World Music (U$15).

1 – Machito with Cannonball Adderley – “Congo Mulence” (Cuba)
2 – Poncho Sanchez – “El Sabroson” (United States)
3 – Tómas Einarsson – “Rumdrum” (Iceland)
4 – Tito Puente – “Cha Cha Cha” (United States)
5 – Chico Alvarez – “La Clave, Maraca Y Güiro” (Cuba)
6 – Ray Barretto – “Summertime” (United States)
7 – Hilton Ruiz – “Steppin’ With T.P.” (United States)
8 – Manny Oquendo & Libre – “Cuando Se Acabará” (United States)
9 – Chocolate Armenteros – “Trompeta en Montuno” (Cuba)
10 – The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project – “Guajira Dubois” (United States)

Robert Crumb’s Heroes of Blues, Jazz & Country (Full Album)

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Take a ride down memory lane and remember some blues, country and jazz recordings selected by Mr. Robert Crumb. A precious compilation!

Song list:

01. Memphis Jug Band – On The Road Again
02. Blind Willie Mctell – Dark Night Blues
03. Cannon’s Jug Stompers – Minglewood Blues
04. Skip James – Hard Time Killin’ Floor Blues
05. Jaybird Coleman – I’m Gonna Cross The River Of Jordan ΓÇô Some O’ These Days
06. Charley Patton – High Water Everywhere
07. Frank Stokes – I Got Mine
08. Dock Boggs – Sugar Baby
09. Shelor Family – Big Bend Gal
10. Hayes Shepherd – The Peddler And His Wife
11. Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers – Little Rabbit
12. Burnett & Rutherford – All Night Long Blues
13. East Texas Serenaders – Mineola Rag
14. Weems String Band – Greenback Dollar
15. Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Kater Street Rag
16. King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – Sobbin’ Blues
17. Parham-Pickett Apollo Syncopaters – Mojo Strut
18. Frankie Franko And His Louisianians – Somebody Stole My Gal
19. Clarence Williams’ Blue Five – Wild Cat Blues
20. Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers – Kansas City Stomps
21. Jimmy Noone – King Joe

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Music from Woody Allen’s Films : listen to more than 3 hours of material

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“From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more …

Rock’n’Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution! [MIXTAPE – 13 tracks]

01. THE BEATLES, “Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End”
02. THE WHO, “The Seeker”
03. LED ZEPPELIN, “Gallows Pole”
04. THE KNICKERBOXERS, “Lies”
05. THE SONICS, “Strychnine”
06. THE REMAINS, “Don’t Look Back”
07. CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND, “Are You Gonna Be There”
08. THE STANDELLS, “Dirty Water”
09. THE COUNT FIVE, “Psychotic Reactions”
10. LOVE, “7 and 7 Is”
11. ELECTRIC PRUNES, “I Had Too Much To Dream Last Nite”
12. THE STRANGELOVES, “Night Time”
13. JIMI HENDRIX, “Foxy Lady”