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Message  Hugues le Mer 17 Mar - 11:54

J'avais négligé il y a deux ans d'acheter le premier volume de She and Him, duo formé de Zooey Deschanel (une actrice américaine qui se lance aussi dans la chanson, écrit et compose), et M. Ward, que je connais et apprécie déjà depuis pas mal d'années via ses disques solo (il fait surtout l'arrangeur dans le duo je crois). J'avais peut-être eu tort (il avait été élu disque de l'année par Paste Magazine en 2008), car j'aime beaucoup leur pop lumineuse, dont on peut apprécier intégralement le second volume à venir ICI

Ici une vidéo de "In the Sun", une des chansons du disque:



La voix de Zooey n'est pas sans me rappeler par moments celle de Priscilla Paris, ce qui n'est pas pour me déplaire.

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Message  Hugues le Mer 24 Mar - 0:50

J'en suis à ma deuxième écoute du nouvel album de MGMT, Congratulations, ma foi très agréable.

En écoute ici

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Message  flyaway le Jeu 25 Mar - 18:19

il est bon le dernier arno ?
et " j'accuse " de saez ?

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Message  Hugues le Dim 28 Mar - 7:03

Ils avaient l'un et l'autre sorti mes deux disques préférés de l'année 2008: Lonely Drifter Karen et Laura Marling. Ils viennent, quasiment en même temps, de sortir leur deuxième album. drunken


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Message  Hugues le Lun 29 Mar - 22:48

Hugues a écrit:
dans l'année: Richard Julian (album enregistré, mais sans titre pour l'instant)

NEW RECORD COMPLETED!
Richard has just put the finishing touches on a new album! The yet-untitled record was produced by Lee Alexander and features his long-standing quartet (Tim Luntzel (b), Dan Rieser (d) & Dred Scott (p)) augmented with appearances by Nels Cline (gtr), Jolie Holland (box fiddle), Sasha Dobson (vocals), Steve Elliot (gtr), Marcus Rojas (tuba), Louis Schwadron (french horn) & Doug Wieselman (bass clarinet). Stay tuned for details of the release!


You bet I stay tuned.

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Message  Quiet Man le Mar 30 Mar - 7:41

Hugues a écrit:
Hugues a écrit:
dans l'année: Richard Julian (album enregistré, mais sans titre pour l'instant)

NEW RECORD COMPLETED!
Richard has just put the finishing touches on a new album! The yet-untitled record was produced by Lee Alexander and features his long-standing quartet (Tim Luntzel (b), Dan Rieser (d) & Dred Scott (p)) augmented with appearances by Nels Cline (gtr), Jolie Holland (box fiddle), Sasha Dobson (vocals), Steve Elliot (gtr), Marcus Rojas (tuba), Louis Schwadron (french horn) & Doug Wieselman (bass clarinet). Stay tuned for details of the release!


You bet I stay tuned.

Il s'appelle "Girls Need Attention" et sort le 4 May chez Compass Records (disponible en pré-commande ici: http://compassrecords.com/album.php?id=825

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Message  Hugues le Mar 30 Mar - 10:06

Ze pochette:



Ze tracklist:

Window
Words
Lost In Your Light
Girls Need Attention
World We Made
Georgie
Stained Glass
Sweet Little Sway
Alexander's Black GT
Wedding In Cherokee County

La dernière étant une reprise de Randy Newman.

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Message  Hugues le Mar 30 Mar - 22:09



Le nouvel album solo de Peter Wolf (chanteur du J Geils Band) paraîtra en avril. La chronique AMG:

Take the “Midnight” in Midnight Souvenirs, the seventh solo album by Peter Wolf, to heart: this is music made for the middle of the night, whether it’s for reflection or relaxation. Wolf remains rooted in his deep love of soul and R&B, but the very choice of Shelby Lynne, Neko Case, and Merle Haggard as duet partners here is a clear signal of how he’s stretching out somewhat, digging into country in a way he never has before, but it’s too easy to make too big a deal out of these elements. These are flavorings, just like how the cool vamps of “Watch Her Move” distinguish it from the smooth Philly soul vibe of “Overnight Lows” or the lived-in, worn-in grooves of a cover of Allen Toussaint’s “Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky.” All of this, including the stately sway of the Case duet “The Green Fields of Summer” or the minor-key stomp of “Thick as Thieves” or the train-track roll of “I’m Always Asking for You,” is recognizably the work of Wolf, picking up the thread that runs from J. Geils to his last solo album, 2002’s Sleepless, of which this feels like a rich expansion. Wolf’s touch here is easy and assured, so it feels familiar upon the first spin but better upon repeats, when the songs truly take hold and the conversational nature of the performances settle in, revealing the warmth and skill beneath the surface. (Stephen Thomas Erlewine)

Pour ceux qui aimeraient revisiter les premiers albums du J Geils Band dans la foulée à peu de frais, il y a un coffret 5 CDs à 15 euros (frais d'envoi inclus) sur la plateforme marchande d'amazon.fr (les 4 premiers albums studio + le légendaire live Full House). Mais il paraît que Wolf en solo n'a pas grand chose à voir avec le J Geils Band, ce qui n'est pas forcément une mauvaise chose.

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Message  Hugues le Mer 31 Mar - 12:01

Le quatrième album de Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings sortira le 6 avril.



J'ai failli mettre cette news dans les rééditions. Mr. Green

Nan mais je plaisante: j'adore.

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Message  Hugues le Mar 6 Avr - 12:00



Un passionnant article dans Wall Street:

A Rock and Roll Dinosaur Rolls On
From the J. Geils Band to an overlooked solo career, Peter Wolf is keeping it all old-school

By STEVEN KURUTZ

During the eight years when Peter Wolf was putting together his new album "Midnight Souvenirs," he labored over which track should go where on the CD. His friends told him not to bother, nobody worries about that stuff anymore—everyone's shuffling playlists on their iPods anyway.

Mr. Wolf was adamant, and took great care to work out the best song sequence for the record, which comes out April 6. "I come from an era where an album is an album," Mr. Wolf explains on a recent afternoon at a chi-chi French bistro he's been coming to for years on Manhattan's Upper East Side. "Because things have changed, it doesn't mean my approach changed."

Mr. Wolf, now 64 years old and the former lead singer of the J. Geils Band, is a dinosaur. But he's a member of a select breed of dinosaurs, the few who wrote the history of rock and roll since the 1960s—and are still contributing to it. He's not as well known as Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones or Van Morrison, but he's been a rock star for more than four decades and has crossed paths with all of them many times. He probably couldn't fill a medium-size concert hall, but he's still making music that goes beyond rehashing the greatest hits of yore. He's rock's elder Renaissance Man—not just as a walking encyclopedia but as an ultimate fan who, Zelig-like, lived through pretty much the whole thing.

The new album, which includes duets with Shelby Lynne, Neko Case and Merle Haggard as well as a tribute to the late Willy DeVille, is likely to be as highly lauded as its predecessor, "Sleepless." Like his other solo albums, the trademark R&B sound of the Geils days are present—horn swells, gospel-tinged vocals, bluesy guitar licks—but the music is less raucous, more seasoned.

Mr. Wolf is still trying to recover from the heartbreak of "Sleepless," which came out in 2002 and included appearances by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Steve Earle. Rolling Stone called the release "a superb work of soulfulness and delicacy" and named it among the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. But the record sold a scant 40,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and remains subterranean.

"You at least hope it gets to have a day in the sun," Mr. Wolf says. "It was very disappointing."

There is speculation among Mr. Wolf's friends and collaborators that Artemis Records, which released "Sleepless," had a winner but mishandled the marketing. Danny Goldberg, the veteran music manager and record executive who ran the label, says it's more complicated.

"Rolling Stone has always liked him. But just getting good reviews doesn't translate; it's got to be cobbled together with touring," Mr. Goldberg says. He adds that Mr. Wolf's records don't fit into the current radio formats, making it difficult to get airplay. "'Sleepless' didn't sound like Nickelback or anything, and he's older," he says. "Maybe we could have marketed it better," he adds. "It's not productive for me to go back and look at decisions that were made in 2002." Mr. Wolf says he likes touring but added, people have to have an awareness of the record, "so that when you tour there's some meaning to the tour."

When Mr. Wolf discusses "Sleepless," it becomes apparent that part of the eight years between albums was spent confronting doubts. "When things crashed down with 'Sleepless,' the idea of me being out there and making a record—I'm telling you that seemed so remote," he says. "It just seemed like it was the end of the line."

Such a thought would have been unimaginable during the heyday of the J. Geils Band, when records came out every year during the 1970s and the band headlined sold-out concerts with acts like U2 opening for them. Casual music fans know the band from their chart-topping 1981 hit "Centerfold," but to serious R&B aficionados—and, let's face it, anyone who likes their parties loud—the J. Geils Band were not only keepers of the blues flame but one of the most full-throttle live bands of the era.

In the wake of "Sleepless," Mr. Wolf drifted, occasionally panicking that after 35 years spent in recording studios, there was no contract to fulfill, no album to make. He eventually got back to work. He toured with Kid Rock and Dickey Betts, narrated Stravinsky with the Portland Symphony Orchestra, pursued art projects—he's still an avid painter and did the cover art for the new record. Gathering his longtime cohorts—producer Kenny White, Oscar-winning songwriter Will Jennings and Bob Dylan sideman Larry Campbell—he wrote new material and recorded the album, mostly in New York and near his Boston home.

Born Peter Blankfield in the Bronx, the son of an opera singer, Mr. Wolf has lived in Boston since the mid-'60s, when he moved there for art school (he roomed with director David Lynch).

Before his music career took off, he was a DJ at WBCN, a station at the forefront of FM "underground" radio. When Mr. Wolf arrived, he says, staffers were throwing out old records. Duke Ellington, Sinatra—all the greats, headed for the trash. At the time, cultural divides lumped in those music icons with what rock and roll was rebelling against. "For them, it had nothing to do with Country Joe & the Fish and the Grateful Dead," Mr. Wolf recalls. "This stuff was archaic. Out of place, out of time. Something from an ancient world."

Dressed in his usual hep-cat attire of skinny black pants and black fedora amid Europeans eating frites, Mr. Wolf pauses to consider the idea of rich music being tossed aside: "To me, classical is classical."

Mr. Wolf has always been one of rock and roll's most enthusiastic fans. At his apartment, he nurtures what he calls his "wall of influences"—thousands of vinyl records dating back to his days as a teenager making weekly pilgrimages to the Apollo Theater. In Boston in the '60s, he befriended and jammed with artists like John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters and a young Van Morrison. Later, with the J. Geils Band, he mined his LP collection to revive semi-obscure R&B tunes like the Contours' hit, "First I Look at the Purse."

"Pete is a great promoter," says Mr. Jennings, who first met Mr. Wolf in 1988 when they stayed up all night in Nashville mourning the death of Chet Baker. "If he likes somebody, he wants to hip people to it."

At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, held recently at the Waldorf Astoria, Mr. Wolf paid tribute to the songwriter Jesse Stone by singing his '50s hit, "Money Honey." He takes these events seriously. Paul Shaffer of "The Late Show With David Letterman," who led the backup band, says Mr. Wolf was the only performer who sent him a demo of how he envisioned singing the song. "I love that," Mr. Shaffer said. "It means you will have a socko performance."

On stage at the Waldorf, Mr. Wolf threw off his gold blazer, jive-talking and hip-shaking to the beat. He's still a ham: In 2007 he took the stage at a Phil Lesh concert in Boston wielding a bottle of Maker's Mark and exhorting the crowd ("C'mon, what is this, a Barry Manilow concert?") before singing Big Walter's "Pack Fair & Square."

These cameos hark back to his brash J. Geils persona. Mr. Wolf met the other members while hanging out in the scene that developed around clubs such as the Boston Tea Party, and the band signed to Atlantic Records on the strength of their live shows. Mr. Wolf says the goal was to recreate the energy of James Brown's landmark "Live at the Apollo Vol. 1."

"We would come on stage at 99 miles per hour and stay there," he says. "Everything had an intensity and a syncopation to it that was constructed." He likened those physically demanding concerts to "a prizefight," but still recalls many of them. "I never did drugs or got drunk or anything before the gig," he says. "It was always after. That's a blur."

These were busy years for Mr. Wolf: a marriage to Faye Dunaway, then a huge star in the wake of "Chinatown" and "Bonnie and Clyde," at a time when the intersection between Hollywood and rock and roll was practically nonexistent. Then there was the subsequent divorce, endless touring and, in 1981, on their 12th album, the pop hit with "Centerfold" that finally broke the J. Geils Band into the mainstream. But after a long climb, the stay at the summit was brief; Mr. Wolf and the group parted over creative differences and in 1984 he released "Lights Out."

In his solo career, Mr. Wolf talks frequently about striving for what he describes as emotional honesty. "When I listen to a Hank Williams track. Or if I listen to a Merle Haggard track. Or a Ray Charles track—you believe the singer and the song," Mr. Wolf says. "And I think what I've tried to do is to learn how to make that more credible."

Mr. Goldberg says of Mr. Wolf: "I never made money on him but I was proud to be associated with him." He adds: "I think Geils was the ultimate party band, with a little wit. As Peter become older, he became a real auteur...I think he's one of those people who has internalized the essence of rock and roll and R&B. He reminds me of Patti Smith...a scholar."

At a time when Mr. Wolf is atop his game as a mature singer and songwriter, the music industry is in disarray. Mr. Wolf raised the money to make "Midnight Souvenirs" privately, then brought the nearly-completed work to the Verve label.

Even in recording an album, he encountered questions. "People say to me, 'Well, Peter, CDs don't matter. It's all about live shows. CDs are just an extension of merchandising,'" he says. "It bewilders me because the music is the root."

In the end, Mr. Wolf decided to treat an album like an album, to pull his hair out over the song order, to approach the music like the legends he admires would. "If you listen to a Hank Williams record, yes, it came out of an era where things were done in a certain way but there's something that prevails," Mr. Wolf says. "I think there's a certain naiveté I have because I almost don't accept the change. I just figure, this is the way it's done, and this is the way I'm going to do it."

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Message  rough mix le Mer 7 Avr - 12:39

Hugues a écrit:

Absolument vrai..je decouvre avec "I Speak because I Can",c'est foudroyant.

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Message  Hugues le Mer 7 Avr - 13:21

Si tu essayais d'écrire une "chronique", je la lirais sur poin-poin avec plaisir. bom

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Message  Hugues le Jeu 15 Avr - 14:15

Le nouveau LCD Soundsystem, This Is Happening, est en streaming sur leur site. Cliquez sur la pochette.


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Message  Hugues le Jeu 15 Avr - 14:53

Première impression: on dirait du late-seventies revival. Que seraient tous ces MGMT et LCD Soundsystem sans Brian Eno?

Première question: quel est l'intérêt? Ne sommes-nous pas en 2010?

Cela dit, les morceaux sont très bons. "All I Want" et "I Wanted a Hit", par exemple, sont imparables. Sans doute, dans le genre, l'album le plus solide que j'ai écouté ces derniers temps.

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Message  arden le Jeu 15 Avr - 21:19

Ca faisait un petit moment que je n'avais pris le temps de poster ici scratch mais je ne résiste pas cette fois ci à vous parler brièvement de deux nouveautés arrivées aujourd'hui dans ma boite aux lettres



A mon goût, encore meilleur que le premier !!!!
Elle chante en anglais, en flamand et en français.
Je ne suis pas fan de Noir Désir, mais à mes oreilles la reprise de "Le vent nous portera" chantée par Sophie Hunger est somptueuse. Pour les amateurs, une partie grave très présence (vos voisins vont adorer !! mdr ). Je trouve "1983" plus homogène que "Mondays' Ghost", un chant tantot aérien tantot percutant mais toujours captivant. Les mélodies sont à elles, efficaces. Petit reproche tout de même, des morceaux qui paraissent courts ou qui se terminent de façon trop abrute.

Pour découvrir, deezer est votre ami : http://www.deezer.com/fr/music/sophie-hunger/1983-501402#music/sophie-hunger/1983-501402



Ce Peggy Sue acheté sur un coup de tête est une excellente initiative :P Cool
Plus rock, plus déluré, plus saturé que le Hunger mais au combien jouissif !!!!
Là ou Sophie Hunger nous porte, le Peggy Sue nous fait nous extérioriser :o Un vent de folie douce, une tornade musciale qui emporte tout sur son passage ....
J'adore :P
Ecoute : http://www.deezer.com/fr/#music/peggy-sue

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Message  Hugues le Ven 16 Avr - 11:43

Le nouvel album de Paul Weller, Wake Up the Nation, est en train de rallier tous les suffrages, avec déjà deux 5 étoiles (Q, The Independent), et la qualification de "chef d'oeuvre" çà-et-là, comme sur la (géniale?) chro française de ce site appelé Soul Kitchen.

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Message  Hugues le Ven 16 Avr - 21:22

Nouvel opus de la crooneuse américaine à paraître le 20 avril...



On peut le survoler sur amazon (cliquez sur la jolie pochette).

C'est sans surprise, mais il y a de bonnes choses. A mon avis, son chef d'oeuvre reste I Am Shelby Lynne, paru il y a dix ans.


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Message  Quiet Man le Mar 20 Avr - 14:40

"Addicted to Black" (comme Johnny Cash) est le nouvel album de Don McLean. Il dit que ce sera son chant du cygne, son dernier disque de songwriter (le précédent remontait à 1995 et s'appelait "The river of Love").

Le CD a été un temps disponible en 2009 sur le site de Don (http://www.don-mclean.com/). Il paraît commercialement en Europe pour coïncider avec sa tournée qui a débuté hier à Amsterdam et fera étape à Paris (La Cigale) le jeudi 22 avril. À noter que le groupe qui devait l'accompagner est resté bloqué à Nashville. Don McLean se produira donc en solo.


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Message  Sylvain le Ven 23 Avr - 22:44

Deux sorties prévues le mois prochain qui comptent parmis les plus attendues de l'année pour ma part :


(Micah P. Hinson & The Pioneer Saboteurs)


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Message  flyaway le Sam 24 Avr - 21:23

éric lareine " et leurs enfants "
roky erikson ( nouvel album ) à sortir lundi 26.04

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Message  Hugues le Sam 1 Mai - 11:29

Alejandro Escovedo: Street Songs Of Love

"easily his hardest rocking, and best sounding record; Al has been threatening to make one of these for a while now; there are still ballads, but most of it rocks--and the lyrics are among his best. Tony Visconti and Bob Clearmountain did a stellar job of production and mixing and don't get in the way. Oh yeah, Ian Hunter and some guy named Bruce Springsteen appear in a couple of spots. Out June 29." (Thom Jurek)

Je suis sûr que quelqu'un est à l'affût s'il ne l'a déjà... Trop fort

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Message  Hugues le Sam 1 Mai - 11:32

Sylvain a écrit:

En pré-commande chez moi aussi (avec le New Pornographers qui sort en même temps, d'ici trois jours).

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Pourquoi tant de haine?

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Message  Hugues le Sam 1 Mai - 11:38



Genre je danse mais sur le mur en costard-cravate avec des pin's

Indé un jour...

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Message  Hugues le Sam 1 Mai - 11:42



Genre je suis un chanteur de légende, un artiste solitaire qui connaît les coulisses de l'ombre complice et l'odeur des planches depuis tant d'années, mon public admiratif m'attend dans le noir... Watch out Johnny Cash

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