The other sharethread will soon be dead so here is a new one.
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Mongo Santamaria- Drums and Chants (recorded 1955, released 1978) (vinyl rip)
>guaguanco, Yoruba, Afro-Cuban chant
>A collection of traditional call-and-response chant that often borrows directly from the African styles that originated in the Congo before they moved west. This is one of Santamaria's earliest recordings and he enlists several important percussionists in the band, including Carlos 'Patato' Valdes.
Miles Davis- Miles Ahead (1957)
>big band, cool jazz, third stream
>Though Miles' name gets top billing, this project owes much of its success to the brilliance of Gil Evans' arranging. The program consists of mostly popular jazz compositions, arranged by Evans for large ensemble and featuring Miles Davis' warm tone on flugelhorn.
Orrin Evans- Liberation Blues (2014)
>This is a live recording from the new “Live at Smoke” series recorded at Smoke Jazz Club in NYC. Evans is one of the most unique and inventive pianists around and this release captures him with a fantastic band playing a number of Evans’ interesting original tunes, as well as several re-imagined standards. There is also a racially themed poem recitation which is accompanied by the band.
The Paragons- On the Beach (1967)
>Rocksteady was a vocal-focused style of music to come out of Kingston that proved to be a huge influence on later reggae artists and producers
Pornosonic- Cream Streets (2005)
>Exactly what it sounds like- this is a hypothetical soundtrack to a fictional porno. Think greasy, funky, 70's jazz.
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, and Benny Green- Trombone by Three (1949)
>Three of the greatest trombone players of the 40’s collaborated for this great record. They do mostly interesting original bop tunes, with a few standards mixed in. A great example of trombone bebop.
Jesse Stacken- Bagatelles for Trio (2011)
>contrapuntal composition, free improvisation
>This is a series of compositions for piano trio. The music sounds more classically influenced than jazz, but the compositions open up to very free improvisations based on the themes presented in the pieces.
Pat Martino- Live! (1972)
>An exciting live set by often-overlooked guitarist Pat Martino and quartet. The music takes influence from rock and jazz fusion, but also from the late 60's style of post-bop improvisation and interplay.
Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and The Orchestra
>swing, big band
>Hodges and Strayhorn were two of Ellington’s sidekicks, and though most of the band is made up of members from Ellington’s orchestra, this release focuses on Strayhorn’s arranging and Hodges’ beautiful and melodic alto playing.
Vassilis Tsabropoulos and Anja Lechner- Chants, Hymns and Dances (2004)
>This is a cello/piano duet recording. The set is a mix of compositions by spiritual leader G.I. Gurdjieff, and original compositions the pianist, Tsabropoulos.
Does anyone have the new Sissy Spacek?
I'll fulfill some requests if so
Richard Davis- Epistrophy and Now’s the Time (1972)
>post-bop, hard bop
>Bassist Richard Davis is known mostly for his work on Blue Note, where his flexible style of playing fit in well with players like Andrew Hill and Eric Dolphy. Later in the 70’s he also recorded several albums as a leader on the Muse label. This record consists of two 20+ minute jams by the quintet over several bebop standards, that move well beyond the realm of bebop during the solos.
Philip Catherine- Moods Vol. 1
>jazz, third stream
>This album is partly inspired by the late trio recordings of Chet Baker. Tom Harrell takes over on trumpet and this trio (trumpet, guitar, bass) runs through the interesting and relaxed compositions by Catherine. At some points there is also very light synthesizer layered into the music.
Włodzimierz Nahorny Trio- Heart (1967)
>adventurous swing-based free improvisation
>Multi-instrumentalist Wlodzimierz Nahorny begins and ends this record at the piano, for some fairly straightforward trio pieces along the lines of Bill Evans. He switches over to saxophone for the rest of the album for pieces that are very free and full of exciting and engaging enterplay between the trio. Number 15 in the ‘Polish Jazz’ series.
John Williams- The Great Paraguayan: The Guitar Music of Barrios (2004)
>One of the great contemporary classical guitarists- John Williams- interprets the music of Agustin Barrios, who has been called the "Rachmaninoff of the guitar"
Does anyone have Cluster's Zuckerzeit? Everything in the archive is dead. Sharing this so I'm not a leech:
Ozric Tentacles - Erpland
>Psychedelic, space rock, auditory safari through an alien jungle
Paul Bley/NHOP (1973)
>piano/bass duet, free improvisation
>Pianist Paul Bley teams with versatile bassist, NHOP for this duet album which features some of Bley’s most adventurous and experimental playing. In addition to acoustic piano, Bley also plays electric piano on several tracks, as well as plucking and strumming the strings of the acoustic piano.
Eddie Palmieri- La Perfecta (1962)
>conjunto, salsa, guajira
>Later in his career pianist Eddie Palmieri would go on to be one of the best at mixing traditional Latin styles with jazz harmonies and improvisation but this early record stays very traditional in the Cuban tradition of dance music. There are several styles represented here—mambo, guajira, pachanga, and cha cha cha—it’s an early example of the music that would introduce the salsa craze of the 70’s.
Mark Turner- Lathe of Heaven (2014)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Veteran tenor player Mark Turner released this album this year, playing his compositions in the quartet setting. It’s the classic “chordless” setup, with Avishai Cohen on trumpet, Joe Martin on bass, and Marcus Gilmore on drums.
The Hanged Man- Played by Bullet (1975)
>This is a released OST from a British TV series that aired in the 70's. The music is quintessentially 70's sounding with deep funk grooves.
I'll ask again in this thread because no one responded in the last thread. Does anyone have a link to the album Allen, by Yeah Wings? The Mega link in the last thread was broken.
In return, I found this on the archive that I'll post here
Ichiko Aoba - 0%  [Live album] @ 320
>field recording, singer-songwriter, folk
Miles Okazaki- Generations (2009)
>avant-garde, progressive composition, thematic improvisation
>This is the second chapter in Okazaki’s compositional trilogy, where he mixes innovative and complex compositional techniques with the modern harmony and rhythmic figures. The pieces are enjoyable to listen to as music, but those interested in the compositional aspect will also find them very interesting to study.
Archie Shepp and Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen- Looking at Bird (1980)
>duet jazz, straight ahead, bebop.
>The great avant-garde tenor player and the great bassist playing duet versions of Charlie Parker tunes. Shepp was known mostly as a free jazz player, but here he keeps things fairly structured, with moments of playing outside the form.
Steve Lehman- Mise en Abime (2014)
>spectralism, jazz composition, free jazz
>Spectralism explores the juxtaposition of sounds created by the overtone series' of multiple instruments. Lehman's compositions combine this approach to composition with the improvisation and rhythmic aspects of jazz. One of 2014's top albums.
Chicha Libre- Sonido Amazonica (2008)
>chicha, Peruvian cumbia
>Chicha is a genre that took shape in Peru in the late 60's that blends traditional cumbia styles with rock music, especially surf/psychedelic rock. Chicha Libre carries on this tradition, bringing vintage surf-rock vibes to deep Latin grooves.
Requesting Harry Hosono and the Yellow Magic Band - Paraiso
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Lloyd McNeill & Marshall Hawkins - Tanner suite
Lloyd McNeill is an american jazz flutist that never reached the recognition he deserves because of his independance wish, which led him to create the two record labels on which were issued in small quantity his six albums. as far as I'm concerned, he definitely stands among the top players of this instrument, along with herbie Mann, Yusef Lateef, James Moody or Bobby Jaspar. he's also been a painter (some of the cover arts for his albums are by him), a professor in university, a sculptor...
on this album, recorded in a museum in 1969, he teams up with bassist Marshall Hawkins (who worked a bit with Miles Davis) for four wonderful flute / bass duets freely developing the interplay
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Lloyd McNeill - Asha
fom 1969 too, this post bop set presents Lloyd McNeill with a piano / bass / percussion quartet, and showcases his compositional abilities as well as his talent
>Aube - Le Syndrome Aquatique (2008) 
>recordings of things related to... water
New York Art Quartet- Mohawk (1965)
>free jazz, post bop
>This quartet was formed after the dissolving of the New York Contemporary Five. This record features some great players in the mid-60’s free jazz scene playing thematic free jazz.
>Chu Ishikawa - Tetsuo (1992) 
Rudresh Mahanthappa- Bird Calls (2015)
>This album is inspired by one of jazz's greatest legends, altoist Charlie Parker, but Mahanthappa wants to make it clear that this isn't just a tribute album. His reworking's of Parker's tunes are thoroughly re-imagined to fit Mahanthappa's modern style of alto playing. He takes elements of Parker's music, rhythms, snippets of melody, melodic shapes, and creates new compositions with them that lead to exciting and intense improvisations.
Oscar Pettiford - The new Oscar Pettiford sextet
only twenty minutes long, but damn is this 1953 bop good. Pettiford is on cello, backed by Mingus on bass which creates two independant lines interacting together, with Walter Bishop on piano, Julius Watkins on french horn and Phil Urso on sax
Billy Hart- Sixty-Eight (2011)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This is Hart’s sixty-eighth recording on SteepleChase, but his first as a leader. The lineup is trumpet, alto, vibes, piano, bass and then Hart on drums. The playing is loose and abstract and there is a lot of high-level interplay from the players.
Dave Holland- Life Cycle (1982)
>solo cello, improvisation
>Dave Holland has been one of the best and most versatile bassists for the past 40 years. In 1982 he recorded this solo cello album on ECM, playing both improvised and composed pieces.
Joe Henderson - In concert
Joe Henderson is in this 1971 live recording backed up by an all star japanese sextet, with Koshuke Mine on sax, Yoshio Suzuki on bass, Terumasa Hino on trumpet, Masabumi Kikuchi on piano and Hiroshi Murakami and Yoshiyuki Nakamura on drums. this intense hard bop set is made of three lenghty tracks, one by Henderson, one by Kikuchi and So what from Miles Davis
Gerardo Nunez- Calima (1998)
>Nunez is a Spanish guitarist and one of the best in nuevo flamenco, which mixes traditional flamenco guitar with North American improvisational styles as well as Caribbean and Brazilian music influences.
John Escreet- Sabotage and Celebration (2013)
>progressive composition, free improvisation
>Pianist John Escreet takes influence from avant-garde jazz greats like Cecil Taylor and Andrew Hill, but he also takes elements from classical composers too. This album highlights his compositional skill, with a regular band plus a string quartet, for music that is very intense and energetic. The improvising is equally intense, and the piano solos are particularly abstract and free.
Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group (1962)
>hard bop, avant-garde
>This recording comes from Shihab’s time spent in Europe. He played as a sideman on a number of great recordings in the 50’s, but this is one of his best albums as a leader. His interesting charts for medium-sized ensemble lead to even more interesting improvisations.
Michel Petrucciani - Marvellous
on this 1994 record, the french pianist plays with a dream rhythm section composed of Dave Holland on bass and Tony Williams on drums, and this trio is increased by a string quartet. Petrucciani stated that on this record, he wanted to melt the raw sourness of jazz with the fragile sweetness of the string quartet, bringing the two together in oder to make a new flavour. he album was recorded after his Blue note period, and showcases Petrucciani's unique style interplaying in an excellent way with his partners
Pierre Michelot - Bass and bosses
from 1989. bass player Pierre Michelot leads here an unusual quintet with Toots Thielemans on harmonica, Pierre Blanchard on violin, Maurice Vander on piano and Billy Higgins on drums. this rather unusual instrumentation allows them to take a refreshing new look on some standards, the harmonica giving the whole session a strong blues feeling
Lennie Tristano - Live at Confucius restaurant
recorded in 1955 in the maybe more intimate atmosphere than in a club that belongs to a restaurant, this set presents two hours of pure cool and bop Tristano, backed up by an all star gang : the unmovable Lee Konitz on alto sax, Gene Ramey on bass and Art Taylor on drums
Woody Shaw - Blackstone legacy
for his first release as a leader, in 1970, Woody Shaw gave birth to one landmark double LP. as it has been said already, this record is incredibly advanced for a first release, using with such ease the post bop idiom that was developing at the time it looks like it has been made by one fully matured jazzman instead of a 26 years old. this album features, besides Shaw on trumpet, Ron Carter on bass, Clint Houston on electric bass, Bennie Maupin on tenor sax, bass clarinet and flute, Lenny White on drums, Georges Cables on keyboards and Gary Bartz on alto and soprano sax
YAYA instrumentals - JUICY (2015)
>Hiphop Instrumentals, experimental, jazz, funk, vaporwave
>Upcoming producer from Cologne, Germany
Twit One - The Sit-In (2015)
>Hiphop Instrumentals, experimental, jazz, funk
>Upcoming producer from Cologne, Germany
Kryonik Moon - SuperLuna
>Dark electro, gothic, industrial, EBM
sample + free DL
Kamelot - The Black Halo
>American Power metal
Iron Mask - Black as Death
>Belgian Power metal
Revolution Renaissance - New Era
>Finnish Power metal
Axel Rudi Pell - Circle of the Oath
>German Heavy / Power metal
Iron Maiden - Fear of the Dark
>British heavy metal
Does anyone have a good quality version of this? Kanye sounds too high pitch in the version I have.