Speedball

Marvel Apes Speedball Special #1  Comics

Posted by Blue_ at March 24, 2009
Marvel Apes Speedball Special #1

Marvel Apes Speedball Special #1
English | 2009 | CBR | 32 MB

Speedball 2 Tournament  Games

Posted by sergi7 at Dec. 24, 2007
Speedball 2 Tournament

Speedball 2 Tournament | 920Mb

Speedball 2: Evolution 1.0 (Mac Os X)  Games

Posted by Темный Повелитель at Aug. 30, 2011
Speedball 2: Evolution 1.0 (Mac Os X)

Speedball 2: Evolution 1.0 | Mac Os X | Games | 68.6 MB
Sport Game

A fantastic version of The Bitmap Brothers classic futuristic sports game. A brutal mixture of Football & Hockey played at Break Neck Speed.

The Amiga Book. 1st Revised Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by crazy-slim at July 27, 2015
The Amiga Book. 1st Revised Edition

The Amiga Book. 1st Revised Edition
Imagine Publishing Ltd | 2015 | English | ISBN: 1785460889 | True PDF | 180 pages | 95 MB
Lee Morgan - The Gigolo (1965/2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Lee Morgan - The Gigolo (1965/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 37:17 minutes | 1,71 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The Gigolo has no weak moments, featuring jazz aficionados Wayne Shorter, Harold Mabern, Bob Cranshaw and Billy Higgins. Produced by Alfred Lion. Recorded June 25 & July 1, 1965 at Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Taj Mahal - The Complete Columbia Albums Collection (2013) [15CD Box Set] Re-up

Taj Mahal - The Complete Columbia Albums Collection (2013)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
15CD | ~ 4374 or 1982 Mb | Box Art -> 216 Mb
2013 | Columbia Records/Sony Music/Legacy Recordings | 88697923442
Blues / Blues Rock / Folk / Funk / Soul / Rhythm & Blues

Decades before Corey Harris, Guy Davis, and Keb' Mo' wed the Delta blues to various folk forms, there was Taj Mahal. Almost from the very beginning, Mahal provided audiences with connections to a plethora of blues styles. Further, he offered hard evidence connecting American blues to folk styles from other nations, particularly, but not limited to, those from the West Indies and various African countries, bridging gaps, highlighting similarities, and establishing links between many experiences of the African diaspora…

Stanley Clarke - Time Exposure (1984) {US 1st Pressing} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 10, 2012
Stanley Clarke - Time Exposure (1984) {US 1st Pressing} [Re-Up]

Stanley Clarke - Time Exposure (1984) {US 1st Pressing}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U+MD5 | Full Scans 300dpi | 221MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Classic Jazz-Funk

While still deeply into the R&B/funk thing, Clarke's Time Exposure is a cut or two above its immediate neighbors in quality, thanks mostly to some superior tunesmithing on Clarke's part. The title track is the prize of the set and one of the best funk numbers of Clarke's career, an ingratiating fusion of a riff and a tune that won't quit the memory, set to a vigorous groove and hammered out by rock guitarist Jeff Beck. Even the obviously radio-minded ballad "Heaven Sent You" (a number 21 R&B hit) is a better-than-average bit of R&B writing – and here and elsewhere, Clarke wisely leaves the lead vocals mostly to others.

New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 5, 2012
New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete

New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete
English | CBR | 119 Issues | 1303.3MB

The New Warriors was originally compiled by writer/editor Tom DeFalco, consisting of the young superheroes Nova, Speedball, Namorita, Marvel Boy, and Firestar, all of whom were once featured in solo series or were supporting characters in more established series. To this mix Defalco added Night Thrasher, an original character to serve as the team's founder and leader. This made them a counterpart to DC Comics’ Teen Titans or a junior version of Marvel’s own Avengers, although the New Warriors were not sidekicks of the Avengers as many of the original Teen Titans were to members of the Justice League. The New Warriors were featured in an eponymous series from 1990 until 1996, which both benefited and suffered from being marketed to the MTV Generation.

New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 7, 2012
New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete

New Warriors Vol.1-4 + Annual + Extra (1990-2009) Complete
English | CBR | 119 Issues | 1303.3MB

The New Warriors was originally compiled by writer/editor Tom DeFalco, consisting of the young superheroes Nova, Speedball, Namorita, Marvel Boy, and Firestar, all of whom were once featured in solo series or were supporting characters in more established series. To this mix Defalco added Night Thrasher, an original character to serve as the team's founder and leader. This made them a counterpart to DC Comics’ Teen Titans or a junior version of Marvel’s own Avengers, although the New Warriors were not sidekicks of the Avengers as many of the original Teen Titans were to members of the Justice League. The New Warriors were featured in an eponymous series from 1990 until 1996, which both benefited and suffered from being marketed to the MTV Generation.
Charles Earland - Intensity "The Complete Sessions with Lee Morgan" (1999)

Charles Earland - Intensity "The Complete Sessions with Lee Morgan" (1999)
Jazz (Funk/Soul) | EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG | mp3@320 | 356 MB. & 131 MB.
300dpi. Complete Scans (JPG) included | WinRar, 3% recovery
Audio CD (1999) | Label: Prestige/OJC | Catalog# OJCCD-1021-2(P-10041) | 52:20 min.

Even if the performances on Intensity weren't excellent, this Charles Earland session would be required listening for jazz historians because it marked the last recorded documentation of Lee Morgan. Only two days after Intensity was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's famous New Jersey studio on February 17, 1972, the influential trumpeter was shot and killed by a girlfriend at the age of 33. Refusing to confine himself to hard bop, Morgan was exploring soul-jazz and fusion during the last years of his life – and his enthusiasm for soul-jazz is hard to miss on Earland's funky "'Cause I Love Her" as well as inventive interpretations of Chicago's "Happy 'Cause I'm Goin' Home" and the Shirelles' "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow."