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Library Vinyl and CD rips / Re: [De Wolfe] - some flacs
« Last post by stefaneddu on February 19, 2019, 07:36:04 PM »
Didn't see this one uploaded on this site, so I thought I'd share it.
File quality is 48k 24-bit FLAC. Some surface noise can be heard, but, considering that the record was issued in 1967...

De Wolfe DWLP 3039 - London Studio Orchestra - There's A World Going On (1967)

Thanks for this share, mshow81.
I tried to download several times from the link but when I try to play them I always get an error.
Does anyone else have problems with them?

Make sure you remove the "hxxps://" from the URL. It works fine at my end... :)

PS. Almost forgot, THANKS mshow81! :D

Thanks for the response, ericmivalstoothbrush.
I try to explain myself better... I've not problem with the download. But after I downloaded and unzipped the folder with WinRAR, reading the files with both Foobar2000 and Sound Forge gives me several errors, all tracks seem broken.

EDIT: I also tried with 7-zip but I always get the same error.
General Discussion / Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Last post by Mr on February 19, 2019, 06:48:05 PM »
My 'all-time best of' list sort of shifts depending on mood, temperature and moon phase, but it definitely contains Janko Nilovic's "Rythmes contemporains" at any given time.
General Discussion / Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Last post by digdeeper on February 19, 2019, 06:36:47 PM »
Not a definitive list as I'm just writing these as they come off the top of my head.

Another piece of evidence that there is no correlation between number of issues, views etc. and quality:

The Revelations Help! (1971)
That wonderful mix of softness and funkiness so often heard at the dawn of the 1970s, with a very deep atmosphere, and immaculate performance.

LP / CD reissue here:

Also note two remixes as 7":

Budapest Radio Orchestra, Polish Radio Orchestra ‎ Colours In Rhythm Volume 8 (1978)
Sounds from behind the Iron Curtain, hence it sounds a little fallen out of time with its deeply moody, psychedelic qualities.

Narassa - Viaggio Pop N. 1 (1973)
I'm a little more into the Easy realm, but this is very solid nonetheless and has that "funky coolness factor", so a lot of folks must be lusting for this one.

Das Orchester Heinz Kissling [sic] - Young Sound (1969)

Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi - Feelings (1974)
See for artist info

The Rainbow-Orchestra - Wonderland of Sound (1974)
The curious hyphenated name in all likelihood stems from the fact that it we use a hyphen in Germany for compound words.
Library Vinyl and CD rips / Re: Bruton Music Library (Lossless)
« Last post by 845 on February 19, 2019, 06:29:50 PM »
I have BR 468 - Big Band Bonanza in FLAC.
The Non-Library / Re: Ben & The Platano Group ‎ Paris Soul FLAC
« Last post by mistajista on February 19, 2019, 06:26:40 PM »
Awesome! Thank you so much.
Any chance of an updated link please? I would love to hear this. Thank you.
Requests / Re: de Wolfe
« Last post by Herr Balpert on February 19, 2019, 05:55:42 PM »
May be nothing I can do about that if the record is like that.

OK but it might be worth checking in case it was just a speck of dirt. Sometimes it's easily dislodged.
A good record, but this doesn't have anything to do with library music. It's also in-print. Link removed.
Library Vinyl and CD rips / Complesso Santucci-Scoppa - 1972 - Olimpiade [mp3 320]
« Last post by zibi67 on February 19, 2019, 05:08:17 PM »
Complesso Santucci-Scoppa - 1972 - Olimpiade [mp3 320] : pl
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Note : link active 1 week
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