Imogen Heap i Megaphone R$15,00

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Imogen Jennifer Jane Heap (Londres, 9 de dezembro de 1977) é uma cantora e compositora britânica. Ficou mais famosa com a sua colaboração no trabalho do grupo Frou Frou e em 2005 com o seu CD solo Speak for Yourself.

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Iggy and the Stooges Sadistic Summer Live 2011 2CDS Importado R$150,00

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For decades, the James Williamson edition of the Stooges has been responsible for a remarkable number of semi-authorized albums featuring live tapes and studio sessions, and it’s nice to know that tradition has continued since he returned to the band in 2009. Sadistic Summer is a warts-and-all document of Iggy & the Stooges on-stage at the Isle of Wight Festival on June 11, 2011, and while the reunited edition of the band previously played the venerable U.K. festival with the late Ron Asheton on guitar; with Williamson on board this time, they played a set dominated by material from Raw Power, the Stooges’ album that has always held the most fascination for British fans. While the audio on Sadistic Summer is a bit chaotic, capturing plenty of the audience’s enthusiasm and the occasional stumbles in the performance, it’s also clear and forceful, making this set sound as loud and muscular as it should, and the band is in great form. Scott Asheton’s drumming is rollicking and surprisingly hard-hitting, given that this was one of his last performances (he suffered a stroke six days later that effectively ended his run with the band and eventually claimed his life in 2014), Mike Watt’s bass is fluid but dead on the mark, and Williamson’s guitar sounds like a tuneful chainsaw, which is to say it sounds just the way it did on Raw Power (though he flubs his solo on “I Got a Right”). And if Iggy briefly sounds like he has trouble keeping up, he’s in good voice and is still a manic stage presence at 64 years of age, as he goads the audience and insists that Dave Grohl get up and dance. Not exactly essential, Sadistic Summer is still a better representation of the Stooges on-stage with Williamson than any other disc that’s emerged to date (unless you count the remarkable disaster that is Metallic K.O.), and it’s a fitting tribute to Scott Asheton, who drives this band with authority on this date.

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Illinois jacket Flying Home The best of the Verve Years Importado R$30,00

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One of the great tenors, Illinois Jacquet’s 1942 “Flying Home” solo is considered the first R&B sax solo, and spawned a full generation of younger tenors (including Joe Houston and Big Jay McNeely) who built their careers from his style, and practically from that one song. Jacquet, whose older brother Russell (1917-1990) was a trumpeter who sometimes played in his bands, grew up in Houston, and his tough tone and emotional sound defined the Texas tenor school. After playing locally, he moved to Los Angeles where, in 1941, he played with Floyd Ray. He was the star of Lionel Hampton’s 1942 big band (“Flying Home” became a signature song for Jacquet, Hampton, and even Illinois Jacquet’ successor Arnett Cobb), and also was with Cab Calloway (1943-1944) and well featured with Count Basie (1945-1946). Jacquet’s playing at the first Jazz at the Philharmonic concert (1944) included a screaming solo on “Blues” that found him biting on his reed to achieve high-register effects; the crowd went wild. He repeated the idea during his appearance in the 1944 film short Jammin’ the Blues. In 1945, Jacquet put together his own band, and both his recordings and live performances were quite exciting. He appeared with JATP on several tours in the 1950s, recorded steadily, and never really lost his popularity. In the 1960s, he sometimes doubled on bassoon (usually for a slow number such as “‘Round Midnight”) and it was an effective contrast to his stomping tenor. In the late ’80s, Jacquet started leading an exciting part-time big band that only recorded one album, an Atlantic date from 1988. Through the years, Illinois Jacquet (whose occasional features on alto are quite influenced by Charlie Parker) has recorded as a leader for such labels as Apollo, Savoy, Aladdin, RCA, Verve, Mercury, Roulette, Epic, Argo, Prestige, Black Lion, Black & Blue, JRC, and Atlantic. Illinois Jacquet died on July 22, 2004.

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