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Peabo Bryson - Straight From The Heart (1984) {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Peabo Bryson - Straight From The Heart (1984) {W.-Germany Target CD}

Peabo Bryson - Straight From The Heart (1984) {W.-Germany Target CD}
R&B, Soul, Pop, Electronic | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 35:03 | 308,96 Mb
Label: Elektra/Asylum Records/PolyGram (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 9 60362-2 | Released: 1984-05-15

"Straight from the Heart" is the tenth full-length album by R&B/soul singer-songwriter Peabo Bryson. It was released in May 1984 on Elektra Records, his first of four discs for the label. The album peaked at #44 on the US Billboard 200, and featured three singles: his first top ten pop hit "If Ever You're in My Arms Again" (also #6 R&B, and #1 Adult contemporary), "Slow Dancin'" (#82 pop, #35 R&B), and "Learning the Ways of Love", which failed to chart. Bryson himself co-produced the record, as well as writing five of the eight songs himself and playing keyboards throughout the album.

Genesis - Abacab (1981) [1983, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Genesis - Abacab (1981) [1983, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

Genesis - Abacab (1981) [1983, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}
Pop/Rock, Prog-Rock, Art Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 46:41 | 305,97 Mb
Label: Atlantic/PolyGram (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 19313-2 | Released: 1983 (1981-09-18)

"Abacab" is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Genesis, released on 18 September 1981 in the United Kingdom by Charisma Records and 24 September 1981 in the United States by Atlantic Records. After their 1980 tour in support of their previous album Duke, the band took a break before they reconvened in 1981 to write and record a new album. Abacab is the first Genesis album recorded at The Farm, a recording studio bought by the group in Chiddingfold, Surrey. It marked the band's development from their progressive roots into more accessible and pop-oriented songs, and their conscious decision to write songs unlike their previous albums. "Abacab" received a mostly positive reception from critics and was a commercial success for the band, reaching #1 on the UK Albums Chart and #7 on the US Billboard 200.

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls (1985) {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls (1985) {W.-Germany Target CD}

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls (1985) {W.-Germany Target CD}
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Electronic | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 38:22 | 266,58 Mb
Label: Warner Bros. Records/EG Records/PolyGram (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 9 25082-2 | Released: 1985-06-03

"Boys and Girls" is the sixth solo studio album by the English singer and songwriter Bryan Ferry, released in June 1985 by E.G. Records. The album was Ferry's first solo album in seven years and the first since he had disbanded his group Roxy Music in 1983. The album was Ferry's first and only #1 solo album in the UK. It was certified Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry and contains two UK top 40 hit singles. It is also Ferry's most successful solo album in the US, having been certified Gold for sales in excess of half a million copies there.

Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) {W.-Germany Target CD}

Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) {W.-Germany Target CD}
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Singer-Songwriter | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 39:21 | 447,30 Mb
Label: Warner Bros. Records/PolyGram (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 9 23886-2 | Released: 198? (1983-08-31)

"Hello Big Man" is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's twelfth album, and eleventh studio album, released in 1983. The album was Simon's last for Warner Bros. Records (and for what became the Warner Music Group, having also spent time with Elektra Records), as it was a commercial disappointment upon release, despite a positive reception from critics. The album featured Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on a number of tracks, including one Bob Marley cover. The title of the album is an allusion to the reply that Simon's mother, Andrea Simon, gave to her father, Richard Simon, when they first met. He said "hello little woman", and she replied "hello big man".

Foreigner - Head Games (1979)

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Foreigner - Head Games (1979)

Foreigner - Head Games (1979)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Atlantic 29999-2 | ~ 272 or 113 Mb | Scans
Classic Rock / Hard Rock / AOR

Foreigner continued its platinum winning streak on Head Games, the band's third album. By the time Head Games was released, FM radio had fully embraced bands like Foreigner, Journey, and Boston, whose slick hard rock was tough enough to appeal to suburban teens, but smooth enough to be non-threatening to their parents…

Foreigner - Double Vision (1978)

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Foreigner - Double Vision (1978)

Foreigner - Double Vision (1978)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Atlantic, 19999-2 | ~ 258 or 108 Mb | Scans
Classic Rock / Hard Rock / AOR

Foreigner promptly followed up its blockbuster debut with the equally successful Double Vision LP in 1978, which featured the FM mega-hits "Hot Blooded" and the driving title track. Opting not to mess with a good formula, the band wisely sticks to the polished hard rock sound that made its first record such a hit…

Prince - Dirty Mind (1980) [1984, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Prince - Dirty Mind (1980) [1984, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

Prince - Dirty Mind (1980) [1984, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}
R&B, Funk, Pop/Rock, Electronic | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 30:15 | 210,17 Mb
Label: Warner Bros. Records (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 3478-2 (256 862) | Released: 1984 (1980-10-08)

"Dirty Mind" is the 3rd album by American recording artist Prince. It was released on October 8, 1980, by Warner Bros. Records as the follow-up to his self-titled second album, "Prince", (1979). It was produced, arranged, and composed entirely by Prince in his home studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota during May to June of 1980. "Dirty Mind" has been considered by critics as Prince's most creative and boldest album, setting the baseline for his artistic direction in the following years.

Jimmy Smith - Off The Top (1982) [1987, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

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Jimmy Smith - Off The Top (1982) [1987, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}

Jimmy Smith - Off The Top (1982) [1987, Reissue] {W.-Germany Target CD}
featuring George Benson, Ron Carter, Grady Tate & Stanley Turrentine

Jazz, Soul-Jazz, Hard Bop | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 39:47 | 217,83 Mb
Label: Elektra Musician/PolyGram (W.-Germany) | Cat.# 9 60175-2 | Released: 1987-07-07 (1982-06-07)

It had been nine years since organist Jimmy Smith recorded for a major label when Bruce Lundvall approached him to make an album for Elektra Musician. Smith plays some unusual material (including Lionel Richie's "Endless Love" and the "Theme from M.A.S.H.") on this recording but swings everything and has a particularly strong supporting cast guitarist George Benson, Stanley Turrentine on tenor, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Grady Tate. A fine comeback date.

Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) [1990, Reissue]

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Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) [1990, Reissue]

Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983) [1990, Reissue]
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Singer-Songwriter | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPG) | 39:20 | 242,39 Mb
Label: Warner Bros. Records (USA) | Released: 1990-04-09 (1983-08-31)

"Hello Big Man" is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's twelfth album, and eleventh studio album, released in 1983. The album was Simon's last for Warner Bros. Records (and for what became the Warner Music Group, having also spent time with Elektra Records), as it was a commercial disappointment upon release, despite a positive reception from critics. The album featured Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on a number of tracks, including one Bob Marley cover. The title of the album is an allusion to the reply that Simon's mother, Andrea Simon, gave to her father, Richard Simon, when they first met. He said "hello little woman", and she replied "hello big man".