James Fortune & FIYA – Dear Future Me (2017) [WEB FLAC]

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Artist: James Fortune & FIYA
Album: Dear Future Me
Genre: Gospel
Year: 2017
Size: ~ 442 mb
Source: Digital Download
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit

Description:

Grammy nominated, Stellar Award winner, James Fortune returns with a must have album for this year. Dear Future Me is a genius body of work; a bold and courageous 17 track story that shares Fortune’s heart of forgiveness restoration and celebration. “I Forgive Me” the lead single along with the title track “Dear Future Me” encourages the listener to live healed and free with enthusiasm and hope for the future. The lyrics speak like words from a diary entry pointing clearly to the past, present and future. “Dear Future Me”, is an album that everyone can relate to. Fortune reminds us that with God and grace, we all have a future. This album is a reflective journey of growing, the process of moving and healing from what was, through what is, ending with what is to come.

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The Relationship – Clara Obscura (2017) [WEB FLAC]

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Artist: The Relationship
Album: Clara Obscura
Genre: Rock
Year: 2017
Size: ~ 226 mb
Source: Digital Download
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit

Description:

Arriving seven years distant from their 2010 debut, Clara Obscura is the sophomore outing from Weezer guitarist Brian Bell’s excellent power pop combo, the Relationship. Previously feeling like a side project with some potential, the group now sounds like its own distinctive beast, as Bell and his bandmates deliver a meaty set of melodic rock & roll in the vein of Redd Kross, the Grays, and other underappreciated greats from the Golden State. Originally comprising an ever-changing ensemble of friends, the Relationship have gelled into a tight-knit ensemble featuring Bell on vocals and guitar, lead guitarist Brandon Graham, bassist Jon LaRue, and drummer Justin Goings. Fans will undoubtedly still hear hints of Weezer’s chunky fuzz-pop, but the songs on Clara Obscura feel even more indebted to that region of rock that falls between the Beatles’ tuneful jangle and Cheap Trick’s bar band swagger. Amid the hooky choruses and thumping riffs are the cleverly arranged breakdowns and harmonic bits favored by bands well studied in rock’s great pageantry. The sunny but mighty “Smile” and the slinky-cool “Break Me Open” are immediate uptempo standouts, while a pair of slower, string-laden cuts, “Hawthorne” and “This Year’s Children,” have some of the earnest warmth of latter-day Teenage Fanclub. With Clara Obscura, Bell has produced a gem that plays very much like the output of a working band rather than a side project.

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