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All This & World War II Bande originale, Import

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  • CD (16 juin 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Hip-O Select
  • ASIN : B000QV125A
  • Autres éditions : Album vinyle
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par AGV78 le 20 décembre 2009
Format: CD
Une approche différente des chansons des Beatles réalisée par des chanteurs de talent et même parfois de génie.
Certaines interprétations sont superbes. Beaucoup se sont risqués à faire des reprises des chansons des Beatles avec plus ou loins de succès (écoutez les différents "tribute" qui existent...). Un exercice difficile et délicat et surtout pas toujours apprécié par les fans.

Pour une fois, cela vaut le détour.
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24 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Strange Over-the-Top Mid-70s Concept Album 11 septembre 2007
Par B. Stockwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The idea was to do a massive cover project of Beatles songs done by everyone who was hot in the mid-70s - or wanted to be. This was five years after the Beatles broke up, so maybe the time wasn't right; too soon. Today, this would be a Tribute Album; back then, it was a What the Hell IS This Album? Anyway, this was the Golden Age of Ken Russell films, those overwrought maybe-masterpieces you either got or didn't. Someone thought it would be great to make a film along with the album. Then, someone had the insane idea of combining all this music with newsreel and theatrical film footage of . . . World War II? Yep. "Here Comes the Sun" becomes the rising sun of Japan's flag, a defeated Mussolini is a "Nowhere Man," and Hitler is seen relaxing at his Bavarian retreat as "The Fool on the Hill." Someone has to be kidding, right? The project sounds like a YouTube aberration but it was financed and released by 20th Century Fox. It was yanked out of theaters after week or two. The album has had a life of its own, featuring notable names and people you've never heard of. (Wikipedia is a good place to read more.) About the CD; it omits the final song, "Give Peace a Chance," which summed up the film as an extended anti-war statement. The film doesn't exist as an official release - it would probably cost a billion dollars to secure the rights - but a web-search shows you can find it on DVD. You can see the trailer on You-Tube. P.S. John Lennon was slightly involved with the film - he plays guitar on Elton John's "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." He liked the film, but he was the walrus AND the eggman, so who really knows?

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An often fascinating soundtrack with various artists covering Lennon/McCartney with nice remastering for a strange film project 25 juillet 2011
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A truly odd film and eclectic soundtrack with various artists from the 60's and 70's covering Lennon-McCartney songs accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra, "All This & World War II" quickly hit the cut-out bins (only because of how many were produced--it charted on Billboard at #48 so sold fairly well) when it was first released in 1976 (and beating to market soundtrack to the awful "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" movie featuring the Bee Gees, Peter Frampton, Aerosmith and George Burns among others), this was an ambitious project done by Lou Riezner cobbled together from Movietone News footage from the war married to vintage movie footage (which is probably the reason it has yet to "offically" show up on DVD or Blu-ray due to rights issues) providing a strange 70's commentary on the war. The film itself is a bit glib and doesn't provide much depth with the songs providing an odd sort of contrast to what we're seeing on the screen (for example the "retreat" of German soldiers to Rod Stewart's version of "Get Back" with the footage run in reverse).

What ultimately survives--and surprisingly works in most cases--is the music. The arrangements can veer into bombastic territory but it's still interesting to hear the vocal interpretations by the various artists (who had nothing to do with the arrangment--they came in and sang against a completed pre-existing backing track). Nevertheless, I completely disagree with the assessment of this album by allmusicguide--while it is flawed in its own way it also perfectly captures the spirit of the late 70's; the "Sgt. Pepper" soundtrack is fascinating for both its highlights ("Come Together" by Aerosmith and Earth, Wind and Fire's "Got To Get You Into My Life")as it is for its disasters (most of the rest of that album)the high points here ("Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by Elton John which had been released two years before this set; "Get Back" by Rod Stewart--both of which were released independent of this project, Roy Wood's reading of "Polythene Pam", Peter Gabriel's "Strawberry Fields Forever" and Bryan Ferry's creepy "She's Leaving Home")are worthwhile and there's truly not a bad interpretation just some some weird ones. Keith Moon's version of "When I'm 64" is odd as well and sad considering he never made it to 64.

A bit of trivia since John Lennon appears on "Lucy" with Elton, he's the only Beatle that appears on this album.

The remastering for this set is exceptionally mastered for CD and the lavish packaging replicates the gatefold sleeve (in comes in a slipcase as well)with a booklet featuring the lyrics and illustrations. My only complaint is that there are no notes about the making of the album or comments from the artists who contributed to this set. The original CD version also includes an iron on patch of the cover illustration.

Sadly, Lou Reizner died at the age of 43 six months after the movie released so we can't truly get an idea as to what he would have thought in retrospect although one can imagine that he thought this would be a good follow up to his orchestral version of Tommy: As Perfromed by the London Symphony Orchestra & Chambre Choir with Guest Soloists which was a success in 1972 or his work on Rick Wakeman's Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Disc 01
1. Magical Mystery Tour - Ambrosia
2. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - Elton John (I suspect this is a slightly different mix and it runs over six minutes here).
3. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight - The Bee Gees
4. I Am The Walrus - Leo Sayer
5. She's Leaving Home - Bryan Ferry
6. Lovely Rita - Roy Wood
7. When I'm Sixty-Four - Keith Moon
8. Get Back - Rod Stewart
9. Let It Be - Leo Sayer
10. Yesterday - David Essex
11. With A Little Help From My Friends/Nowhere Man - Jeff Lynne
12. Because - Lynsey De Paul
13. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window - The Bee Gees
14. Michelle - Richard Cocciante
Disc 02
1. We Can Work It Out - The Four Seasons
2. The Fool On The Hill - Helen Reddy
3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer - Frankie Laine
4. Hey Jude - The Brothers Johnson
5. Polythene Pam - Roy Wood
6. Sun King - The Bee Gees
7. Getting Better - Status Quo
8. The Long And Winding Road - Leo Sayer
9. Help - Henry Gross
10. Strawberry Fields Forever - Peter Gabriel
11. A Day In The Life - Frankie Valli
12. Come Together - Tina Turner
13. The End - The London Symphony Orchestra
14. You Never Give Me Your Money - Wil Malone & Leo Reizner

"All This & World War II" isn't a great album but it IS entertaining and the musicianship by studio wiz the late Nicky Hopkins (on piano) among others makes it a fascinating listen with often compelling performances from The Brothers Johnson, Rod Stewart, Peter Gabriel, Roy Wood, Jeff Lynne, The Bee Gees, Leo Sayer, Helen Reddy and many others.
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Friggin Amazing Relic.. 27 février 2010
Par Edward Z. Rosenthal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My mother, who is Spanish, actually bought this album in Europe when it came out when I was, what, maybe 14, and I listened to it again and again for at least 25 years, even long after I had moved out but would be home visiting. I really liked the fanciful concept, the production quality, and mostly excellent performances - especially Elton John's magical take on "Lucy In the Sky" and Tina Turner's gutsy delivery of "Come Together." I first didn't know who many of the other singers were, but I still enjoyed the whole thing. Some years ago Mom's backroom flooded and this old album got wet and eventually moldy and warped. The box covers disintegrated and the the jackets and poster stained with mildew. Damn shame. I miss looking at the bizarre clever artwork and portraits while the grandly quirky music put me in an altered state of awareness. Was this in fact a future memorial, somehow transported into the past, my present, honoring a long dead group? Or was I a visitor from the past (1943?), overhearing imaginary orchestrations of the songs of some yet unknown popular group? I dunno, but that's what it felt like being back in my old room with this on the record player, and time and space melting away. I just gotta buy this on vinyl...
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best Beatles Tribute Ever? 6 février 2009
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There have been a lot of Beatles tribute albums. Several have been remarkable, like Joshua Rifkin's legendary Baroque Beatles Book (finally out on CD!) and Booker T.'s McLemore Ave., but of all the different albums of Beatles music that have been released in the last fifty years, it's my not-so-humble opinion that this may be the all-round best collection of artists doing some of their very best performances. The sound quality on vinyl was excellent, the instrumentation and arrangements were all superb, and the production throughout was high-quality. Check the artist list: Ambrosia, Peter Gabriel, Leo Sayer, Rod Stewart, Helen Reddy, Frankie Valli, Tina Turner. I'm so glad this was finally released on CD.
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Soundtrack "All this and WW2" 23 décembre 2009
Par Nocturnal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Can't believe how difficult it is to get this album. I remember seeing the movie as a kid in the 80's and my old man even had a copy on VHS once. The Some of the covers are better than the originals, esp Leo Sayer's songs. Strongly recommend getting if you love the Beatles, and like a bit of edge to your music. BTW, you can track down the DVD showing the original movie, but not on Amazon.... worth a watch to, I mean how many films can claim a credit line that includes Richard Burton, Winston Churchill, Clark Cables, Aldof Hitler and many more!
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