anybody can re upload something from this guy? i am looking for everything.
Перезалейте пож-та на ифолдер всё что есть=)
Omar - The Man (Freestyle, 2013)

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01 Simplify
02 The Man
03 Come On Speak to Me
04 I Can Listen
05 Bully (feat. The Scratch Professer)
06 Treat You (feat. Caron Wheeler)
07 Fuck War, Make Love
08 High Heels (feat. Hidden Jazz Quartett)
09 I Love Being With You
10 There's Nothing Like This (feat. Pino Palladino)
11 Eeni Meeni Myni Mo
12 When You Touch We Touch
13 Ordinary Day (feat. Stuart Zender)

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Это сообщение отредактировал maheem - 06.06.13 в 15:30
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Omar - The Man (Freestyle, 2013)


Amazing ! Thank you very much ! :-)
Can someone please re up his old albums, this guy is gold!
Lions dare, sheeps follow
Omar - The Man (2013)
Artist: Omar (Omar Lye-Fook)
Album: The Man
Born: 14 October 1968 (age 44) / London, England
Release Date: Jun 25, 2013
Label: Shanachie Ent. Corp.
Genre: Neo Soul, Modern R&B, Acid Jazz, Funk
Format: mp3
Quality: 320 kbps (Спектр)
Size: MB
Об альбоме:
Omar, dubbed the godfather of UK Soul, has made his mark over the past 20 years as one of the most creative and respected musicians on the R&B/Soul scene. The likes of Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Estelle, and Common have all jumped at the chance to collaborate with him on various albums.
The Man, his 7th album, is Omar's most consistently impressive set since his second album. Featuring such guests as Caron Wheeler of Soul II Soul fame and Stuart Zendor of Jamiroquai, The Man delivers his unique mix of Soul, R&B, Jazz, Latin, and Groove, especially on an inspired remake of his signature hit "There's Nothing Like This".
Bio:

Biography

Designated by many as the father of British neo-soul (though his impact extends over to U.S. shores as well), singer/songwriter/producer Omar began as one of the U.K.'s most promising R&B hopefuls with his early-'90s international hit "There's Nothing Like This." However, unintentionally avoiding pop stardom, he chose never to compromise his artistic credibility, and because of that, people like India.Arie, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Gilles Peterson, and his biggest idol, Stevie Wonder, have all endorsed him as personal fans (with the prior three naming him as an influence). Although he gets thrown into the R&B category, Omar has no real definitive boundaries. In interesting new ways with each album, he has molded soul and urban music to fit his wide variety of influences, including ragga, hip-hop, funk, jazz-pop, rock, and Latin/Caribbean dance. Despite the lack of chart success, his original techniques have garnered him a strong legion of followers in the U.K. and a devoted fan base in diverse regions across the world.

Born October 14, 1968, in London but raised in Canterbury, Omar Lye-Fook couldn't escape the call to music even he tried. His father, Byron Lye-Fook, was a studio musician and drummer who had done work for reggae greats Bob Marley and Horace Andy, as well as the Rolling Stones. At age five, Omar was already learning how to play the drums. During his grade school years, he completed formal training in piano, trumpet/coronet, and other percussion instruments, but he also taught himself to play the bass, emulating Level 42 guitarist Mark King. As a part of various brass, jazz, and percussion ensembles, the young prodigy had performed in Italy, Brazil, and the U.S. before turning 15 years old. By the time he was a student at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music in London, he was too tempted in pursuing a professional career and left after one year. Recording for his father's Kongo label, Omar debuted in 1985 with the single "Mr. Postman" at age 16. With Kongo following up with a series of buzz-worthy white labels throughout the late '80s, Omar's favorable reception continued to grow because of his classic yet updated soul approach, which was years before neo-soul became an acknowledged subgenre.

"There's Nothing Like This" first broke out in 1990. It peaked in the U.K.'s Top 20 the following year and remained on top of the R&B and dance charts for several weeks. This was at a time when acid jazz and house were the dominant urban forms in Britain. The soulful ballad got Omar signed to pioneering disc jockey Gilles Peterson's Talkin' Loud imprint. He recorded the albums There's Nothing Like This (1990), which was compiled from his earlier Kongo recordings, and Music (1992), a more mature outing, both in terms as a musician and a singer. (On some of these earlier recordings, he is credited as Omar Hammer, derived from his stepfather's last name.) For his following two albums, For Pleasure (1994) and This Is Not a Love Song (1997), he moved on to major-label RCA. The former had him in the studio with ex-Motown songwriters and producers Leon Ware and Lamont Dozier, who were both fans of his music. But on the latter album, keyboardist/producer David Frank (Chaka Khan, Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, and his own group, the System) took the reins of the album's direction.

Omar never received the type of promotion that he expected when joining RCA's roster, and so he parted ways with the label, finding himself on the French-based Naïve Records. Stating influences of soundtrack compositions and Latin jazz, he had much more personal space to work with on the 2000 effort Best by Far, indulging in his signature string and horn arrangements. However, a long period of inactivity ensued following the 2000 recording, although he did appear on U.S. rapper Common's Electric Circus LP in 2004. During that time, Omar constructed his own studio and established the record label Blunt Music. At this point in his career, he felt more independent than ever before, and with extreme satisfaction he released his sixth studio album, Sing (If You Want It), in 2006. Both U.S. (Common, Angie Stone) and U.K. artists (Rodney P, Estelle) paid homage to Omar, recording guest vocals for the album, but his crowning achievement was obtaining the Stevie Wonder duet "Feeling You," a song that Wonder apparently promised him 15 years earlier. Omar's brother, hip-hop/reggae producer Scratch Professor, also contributed, offering more drum-kicking rhythms for the dancefloor. At the end of the year, the Urban Music Awards, which acknowledge urban music artists around the globe, finally gave Omar his long, overdue praise, bestowing upon him the Best Neo-Soul Act and Outstanding Achievement Awards. A lengthy break from music followed. He got involved with acting, and in 2012, his recording career was acknowledged once more when he was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire. The next year, he released The Man on the Shanachie label with guest appearances from Caron Wheeler and Pino Palladino.

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Друзья! К сожалению все ссылки устарели. Вынужден просить выложить хоть куда (лучше ifolder или narod) альбомчик sing! +5 вам к карме) А если совсем не лень, то и остальные альбомы) Спасибо! всем удач!
Omar-The_Man-2013-GCP

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NFO
Artist | Omar
Title | The Man

Genre | R&B
Source | CDDA
Format | Album
Label | Freestyle Records
Catalog | FSRCD099
Released | 2013
Ripped | 2013

Quality | 236 kbps avg at 44.1 kHz
Encoder | Lame 3.98.4 V0
Size | 92.04 MB
Playtime | 52min 17s

t r a c k l i s t

01. Simplify 3:19
02. The Man 4:12
03. Come On Speak To Me 3:22
04. I Can Listen 3:22
05. Bully (Feat. Scratch Professer) 4:01
06. Treat You (Feat. Caron Wheeler) 3:42
07. Fuck War, Make Love 3:28
08. High Heels (Feat. Hidden Jazz Quartett) 4:43
09. I Love Being With You 3:33
10. There's Nothing Like This (Feat. Pino Palladino) 5:23
11. Eeni Meeni Myni Mo 4:20
12. When You Touch We Touch 4:26
13. Ordinary Day (Feat. Stuart Zender) 4:26

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52:17

R E L E A S E I N F O R M A T I O N

Designated by many as the father of British neo-soul (though his
impact extends over to US shores as well),
singer/songwriter/producer Omar began as one of the UK's most
promising R&B hopefuls with his early-90s international hit "There's
Nothing Like This". However, unintentionally avoiding pop stardom,
he chose never to compromise his artistic credibility, and because
of that, people like India.Arie, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Gilles
Peterson, and his biggest idol, Stevie Wonder, have all endorsed him
as personal fans (with the prior three naming him as an influence).
Although he gets thrown into the R&B category, Omar has no real
definitive boundaries. In interesting new ways with each album, he
has molded soul and urban music to fit his wide variety of
influences, including ragga, hip-hop, funk, jazz-pop, rock, and
Latin/Caribbean dance. Despite the lack of chart success, his
original techniques have garnered him a strong legion of followers
in the UK and a devoted fan base in diverse regions across the
world..

The gap between "Sing (If You Want It)" and "The Man" amounts to the
longest wait between Omar albums yet, but the always creative R&B
veteran's seventh full-length is not the result of being pressed
into action. In more than one sense, this is a relaxed continuation
of the 2006 set. The seeds were planted back then. "Lift Off", the
two-minute instrumental intro of "Sing (If You Want It)", is
developed here into a full-blown song - a warm, romantic duet with
the great Caron Wheeler, who contributed background vocals to some
of Omar's earliest Kongo Dance output. Omar also goes way back to
update his first album's title song, "There's Nothing Like This",
with Pino Palladino on bass and lively interplay between Ben
Edwards' trumpet and Richard Beesley's tenor sax.

Omar, as usual, can't help but incorporate decades-old elements that
have inspired him. At various points, the material recalls anything
from The Meters to upbeat Terry Callier - with the funk as hard as
the folk-soul is elegant - and Latin and Jamaican accents weave in
and out with a natural touch. On a majority of the tracks, Omar is
assisted by a band, yet the songs on which he receives little or no
help - such as "I Love Being With You", keenly embellished with a
brilliant mix of piano, clavinet, synthesizer, and synthetic strings
- are just as rich. It's all fresh and vigorous, very much in the
present and built to last.

rusfolder
Please, PLEASE! Could someone re-up the old albums., That would be so cool! Спасибо!
Omar - Destiny (feat Jean-Michele Rotin)
Zippy
Omar - Love in Beats... a link for the new album ? Please...
Ссылка:
https://www.kudosrecords.co.uk/release/fsrcd117/omar-love-in-beats.html

Omar - Love In Beats (2017)

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mp3 / 320 kbps

[05:23] 01. Vicky's Tune (feat. Ty & Robert Glasper)
[05:14] 02. Insatiable (feat. Natasha Watts)
[05:04] 03. Gave My Heart / Its so Interlood (feat. Leon Ware)
[03:54] 04. Feeds My Mind (feat. Floacist)
[03:26] 05. De Ja Vu (feat. Mayra Andrade)
[02:50] 06. Girl Talk
[03:45] 07. This Way, That Way
[03:49] 08. Hold Me Closer
[03:48] 09. I Want It to Be
[04:09] 10. Doobie Doobie Doo
[05:03] 11. Grey Clouds
[04:42] 12. Destiny
Ссылка:
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http://ul.to/oqvcyqc9

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