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    Origine du Groupe : Peru , U.K

    Style : Alternative , Indie , Pop Rock , Lo-Fi

    Sortie : 2011

    Pour http://www.the-discoverialist.com

    Avec un nom pareil on s'attendrait à un français. Mais non, Françaois Peglau vient du Peru et est parti passé deux belles années à Londres. Une voix agréable dans toute son irrégularité, une
    musique pop lo-fi aux accents dub par moments, François Peglau amène aisément le mouvement de tête de gauche à droite. L'artiste est éclectique, non seulement dans la langue mais aussi dans
    l'instrumentale. On retrouve des morceau plein de synthé comme des plus simples où il est seul avec son ukulélé. Au final, tout cette multiplicité pop se rejoint pour ne nous fournir qu'une seule
    et même chose: un immense sourire et une envie de taper dans nos mains.

    Tracklist :

    1.Who wants to go? 03:07    

    2.One minute to midnight dream [So sad] 04:07        

    3.I'll never be Alain Delon 03:49    

    4.IF you want their way of life 04:40    

    5.Spring Lovers Song (si tu quieres) 03:40    

    6.God & the unconscious want me dead 03:20    

    7.I'm down 03:43        

    8.We know we won't make it 03:51    

    9.Everybody loves me 04:33    

    10.Sundays Ukelele Song 03:27


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    Origine du Groupe : U.K

    Style : Progressive Rock , Pop Rock

    Sortie : 1977

    By Brett Simpson from http://www.amazon.com

    This was the album that nearly made Mason an outright star. It still didn't quite happen, but it definitely should have. The three charting singles - "So High", the title cut and "We Just
    Disagree" (His only major hit) are all highlights, but you can get all of those on "Long Lost Friend". The remainder of the material, particularly the self-penned songs are just as strong and
    make this one of his best efforts - not quite up to the all-conquering power of "Alone Together" but pretty close.

    It is a softer album, with a lot of accoustic guitars, and fantastic vocal harmonies, but it also has a lot of energy and passion. Mason's skills as a singer, writer and guitarist are too often
    overlooked, so don't let his undeservedly low profile keep you from discovering some of the finest pop/rock of the 70s.

    Tracklist :

    1. So High (Rock Me Baby And Roll Me Away) (Mentor Williams, Jack Conrad)

    2. We Just Disagree (Jim Krueger)

    3. Mystic Traveler (Dave Mason)

    4. Spend Your Life With Me (Angeleen Gagliano)

    5. Takin’ The Time To Find (Dave Mason)

    6. Let It Go, Let It Flow (Dave Mason)

    7. Then It’s Alright (Dave Mason)

    8. Seasons (Angeleen Gagliano)

    9. You Just Have To Wait Now (Dave Mason)

    10.What Do We Got Here? (Jim Krueger)



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    Origine du Groupe : Italia

    Style : Alternative , Pop , Rock , Louge , Psychedelic

    Sortie : 2010

    Par Ma mère était hipster pour http://poprevuexpress.blogspot.com

    Avec G-Stone, Compost, le label munichois reste un des derniers survivants de la vague trip-hop/house de la fin des années 90 à proposer encore des productions souvent intéressantes à défaut
    d’être passionnantes. C’est encore le cas avec Marsmobil, le projet du multi-instrumentiste et jazzman de formation, l'italien Roberto Di Gioia qui est passé à la pop à fin des années 90 et a
    joué avec des groupes aussi variés que prestigieux (The Rolling Stones, DJ Hell, The Notwist, Peter Kruder…).

    Dans une orchestration soignée, Marsmobil propose 16 titres élégants qui évoquent par moment les ambiances des albums de Air. Mais comme chez les versaillais, notamment sur les derniers albums,
    on constate un peu les même défauts avec des compos pas toujours indispensables, et parfois trop éthérées, trop "allégées" pour nous tenir éveillé jusqu’au bout. Bref, de la jolie musique
    d’ambiance lounge, qui fonctionne souvent mieux sur un titre, au milieu d’une compilation, que sur un album entier.


    Tracklist :   

    1 Patience 2:18

    2 Crazy Coloured Light 3:55

    3 Ordinary Boy 3:48

    4 Moon Of Dust 3:19

    5 Gonna Be My Day 3:24

    6 Jane 3:14

    Vocals [Add Vocals]

    7 Never Forget 4:32

    8 Lolly 4:19

    9 Cry For A Day 5:07

    10 Monday Tuesday 4:08

    11 Insane 5 3:12

    12 Berchidda 3:28

    13 Spirit Of The Dark 4:14

    14 Revolution Girl 3:37

    15 Helix Pomatia 1:57

    16 Patience Reprise 8:11



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    Origine du Groupe : North America

    Style : Alternative , Electro , Pop , Post Punk , Rock , Experimental

    Sortie : 2006

    Durée : 112min

    Moby - Honey Live

    envoyé par tartenpion333


    By  The Wasp   from http://www.amazon.com

    Over the years Richard Melville Hall has copped a lot of flack from various music circles. To rave aficionados he's the bastard child who betrayed his roots by disputing the genre's relevance. To
    dance purists he's the sell-out who chased the mighty dollar via multiple advertising deals. To lovers of Deep South Negro spirituals he's the man who whored Alan Lomax field recordings for hits
    such as Honey, Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? and Run On. And to Eminem, he's eternally the "36-year-old boy in fag clothing".

    It's true that he takes himself to seriously and has confusingly mixed morals when it comes to politics, drug use and animal activism, but Moby's 20 years of music making ensures his live shows
    are a blast. From early dance party successes such as the Twin Peaks-sampling Go to his latest David Bowie-aping single Spiders, on the new DVD Live - Hotel Tour 2005 Moby takes his audience
    through a diverse range of music styles.

    Covering seminal punk, rock and dance tunes such as That's When I Reach For My Revolver, Walk On The Wild Side and Temptation is a risky proposition, but apart from Moby's quivering vocal style
    the overall package is solid. Moby's female vocalist Laura Dawn makes her mark on hits Find My Baby, Dream About Me and Feeling So Real, with her pint-sized New York boss doing the rock star
    guitarist thing on We Are All Made Of Stars, Bodyrock and Lift Me Up.

    As with previous Moby DVDs, value for money comes via a host of extras, this time including Hotel videos (including the bizarre costume animal wife-swapping debauchery of Beautiful), bonus live
    tracks, home movies and a remix CD of Moby's latest tracks featuring hot producers Steve Angello, Tiga and Mylo.

    Hotel might have been pretty vacant, but Live is a five star stay.


    Tracklist :

    1. Opening Sequence (My Weakness) 0.46

    2. Find My Baby 3.59

    3. Raining Again 4.02

    4. Natural Blues 4.25

    5. Spiders 5.08

    6. Where You End 3.23

    7. In My Heart 4.35

    8. Go 4.09

    9. That's When I Reach For My Revolver 6.11

    10. Temptation 6.48

    11. Beautiful 4.55

    12. Very 5.17

    13. Next Is The E 6.01

    14. Porcelain 4.03

    15. Dream About Me 3.11

    16. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? 4.07

    17. We Are All Made Of Stars 3.59

    18. Slipping Away 4.50

    19. Honey 9.14

    20. Bodyrock 4.19

    21. Lift Me Up 5.39

    22. Walk On The Wild Side 4.00

    23. Für Elise 3.34

    24. Feeling So Real 5.45

    hd dvd rw

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    Origine du Groupe : Canada

    Style : Alternative Rock , Pop Rock

    Sortie : 2011

    From http://marselip.blogspot.com

    As the second of four releases in their current "Nomad Series", Cowboy Junkies' new January 18 Demons follows up this past year's excellent Remnin Park with this tribute to their late friend,
    tour mate and musical compatriot Vic Chestnutt. Originally the plan was for the band to back up Chestnutt on a new project, says Junkies founder Michael Timmins, a strategy that was first
    discussed when Chestnutt guested on the band's 20th anniversary reworking of their classic Trinity album in 2008. Following the death of the the Athens, GA songwriter in 2009, Timmins and the
    Junkies sketched out the plans for a special commemorative collection of Chestnutt songs and the seeds of the new album were planted.

    "We tried to approach Demons with the same sense of adventure that Vic undertook in all of his projects (or at least that is the way his recordings sound)," observes Timmins. "We let happy
    accidents happen; we tried to invest his songs with the same spirit and the adventure with which they were written, at the same time investing them with our own Northern spin. Exploring his songs
    and delving deeper and deeper into them has been an intense, moving and joyous experience." From the Crazy Horse-styled distortion of album opener "Wrong Piano" to the wistful desolation of
    "Square Room" to "West of Rome" -- a song originally pegged as a Junkies cover fifteen years ago but never completed -- Demons brings the Cowboy Junkies trademarked ethereal understatement to
    Chestnutt's song with love, respect and restraint. A remarkable, inspired collection.

    Tracklist :

    1. Stay Inside

    2. Old Hotel

    3. Withering

    4. Marathon

    5. Forthright

    6. Sad Peter Pan

    7. Guilty By Association


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    Sortie : 2008
    Style : Folk , Rock , Pop

    1. Why Don't We
    2. Superstar - How Could We Not Love
    3. End Of The Rainbow
    4. You And I
    5. In The Name Of Peace
    6. Down On The Streets
    7. I Don't Know Where
    8. An Unordinary Lovely Friend
    9. People (Shall We Live For Money)
    10. Last Dance With You
    11. That's The Way
    12. Don't Let It Bring You Down

    His name might not be familiar to all, but 36-year-old Sandhy Sondoro has made remarkable achievements in music, putting Indonesia on the international stage by winning New Wave 2009, a contest for young pop singers. Music has been part of Sandhy Sondoro's life since he was a little boy. His mother was in band made up of co-workers from her office; his cousin, Ira Maya Sopha, was a famous child singer during the 1970s. Sandhy, born in 1973, listened to different kinds of music, ranging from American pop, to folk, jazz and the blues; in particular, he adored The Beatles, Michael Jackson and Neil Young. Yet his music career began unexpectedly and unplanned, while he was in Germany. He went to Germany to study architecture after he graduated from high school in Jakarta. As he lived alone there and needed to support himself, he was on the lookout for a job. "I was a singer in a uni band but we rarely appeared on stage, so I couldn't rely on the band to make more money," Sandhy says. He did have the opportunity to work in a supermarket, and headed there by bike. "But I didn't get *the job* because I was late," he says. "On my way back to my apartment, I saw a busker on the street. I thought, *Well, being a busker was a good idea.'" He approached the busker to ask if he could join him in singing on the streets. The busker agreed. "So I borrowed my friend's guitar and played on the streets. We got about 50 deutschemarks in an hour and we shared the money," he says. "That wasn't bad." They played three times a week before he decided to go it alone. "The money was enough to pay the rent or buy materials for my studies," he says, adding he also busked on subways. But he wasn't destined to remain a busker forever. He started to write more songs and played in some gigs in Berlin with his band. His voice made him stand out. Greatly infl uenced by African-American musicians such as Ray Charles and BB King, renowned for their powerful voices, Sandhy often takes people by surprise with his soulful voice. Should you hear his voice without knowing anything about him, you might even guess that he is an African-American singer because the way he sings is so "black". That he is Indonesian surprises many who hear his voice first. He interprets all kinds of songs, such as Percy Sledge's classic "When A Man Loves A Woman", in his own distinctive style. "I'm a big fan of African-American musicians with their blues and soul music. I always sing songs the way I want to sing them, with my own character," he says, adding that if the legendary BB King happened to drop by one day, he would be delighted to write a song with him. He developed as a self-described "all-round musician", spending many years jamming with musicians in jazz bars in Berlin and other cities in Europe. Recognizing his great talent, some African-American musicians in Berlin encouraged Sandhy to take the next step and make his breakthrough. His talents began to attract wider attention when he took part in a talent show, created by prominent entertainer Stefan Raab, that aired on German TV two years ago. The aim of the program was to fi nd young musicians. Even though he came fi fth in the fi nal, Sandhy's performance impressed many major German musicians such as Gregor Meyle. His participation in the competition also opened up the way for further opportunities in a number of shows such as House of World Cultures in Berlin. The release of his debut album Why Don't We, in early April 2008 marked Sandhy's entry into the music industry. The album contains 12 songs in English. His first single "Shine", for which he collaborated with duo DJs, Ibiza and Dublex Inc, was soon in the radio charts in major European cities such as Berlin, Madrid and Paris. It was a good start, but Sandhy was not about to rest on his laurels. He continued to try new things, including competing in New Wave, an international music competition for young singers, in Jurmala, Latvia. The annual contest has become an important event in the international music arena because its live concerts on central channels attract millions of spectators and attention from important journalists and media - not to mention the fans, who are impassioned about the event and support the competitors with all their hearts. "It wasn't completely my own idea *to take part in New Wave*. Brandon Stone *music producer* suggested I take part in the competition," he says. "I'm not really the kind of person who is crazy about participating in American Idol-like contests, but I took the opportunity as a way of getting free promotion. Besides, I love Indonesia and I wanted to promote the country at the international level." He had little idea of winning, although he admitted he wanted to. "But in any case, *I thought* I would benefi t from the atmosphere of the contest and from working with professional artists," he says. In the competition, he proudly performed his own song, "End of the Rainbow", for the judges. The song and his performance captured the judges' attention; he ended up sharing fi rst place in New Wave with a Ukrainian singer. The victory gave him the opportunity to realize one of his dreams: to tour the world. "I'd like to share my songs with people *everywhere*, so that they can enjoy my music," Sandhy says. Despite his achievements and international exposure, Sandhy remains a nice person with a great sense of humor. He is certainly not the kind of a singer who becomes a snob just because he has lived and had successes abroad. At the beginning of our recent interview, Sandhy, sporting blue jeans, an orange T-shirt and a scarf, started out quietly, with a little smile on his face. But as time passed, he became more animated and warm, starting to tell some jokes and fooling around. During his spare time, he says, he likes to write songs or watch funny movies. "I like comedy. It really saves my tough days," he says. "My favorite is Benyamin Sueb. He's awesome." Although Sandhy has been living in Germany for years, he has not forgotten his home, and sometimes performs at gigs in Jakarta. He recently accompanied himself on the guitar for a performance of "Bengawan Solo" for the opening of a batik exhibition in a shopping mall. His fans in Indonesia can listen to his soulful voice on an album called Jazz in the City, from Sony Music Indonesia, containing two of his songs, "Malam Biru (Kasihku)" (Blue Night (My Lover)) and "End Of The Rainbow". He will also be working with star Glenn Fredly for the latter's next album. With his music career well on its way, Sandhy freely admits that when he was younger, it never crossed his mind that he might end up earning a living from music. "I used to want to be an architect, you know. Because I like drawing. I sometimes drew comics during class when I was a student," he says. "But I have changed my mind. Being a musician is much simpler. All I have to do is bring my guitar and sing." And he plans to stick with music in the future. "Because I'm a natural born singer. I can't do anything better," he says. "It's what I do best." Ladies and gentleman, let's welcome our very own newborn world singer!

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