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Page Artiste Steeleye Span

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  • CD (18 juin 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000011OT
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Par jean-claude TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 5 septembre 2010
Format: CD
Bien accueilli commercialement lors de sa sortie en 1975, le nouvel album de Steeleye Span se classe au 21ème rang des charts du Royaume-Uni. Plus rock que folk, il met en lumière le travail fantastique pour faire sonner contemporain des chants, une fois encore, puisés dans le catalogue traditionnel. Les riffs s'alourdissent, les instruments sont utilisés plus sauvagement, la batterie se fait plus marquée, le choix des chansons est toujours aussi judicieux. Nous sommes bien dans le registre rock annoncé. On accède à cette nouveauté discographique par un remarquable « médiéval réactualisé », Little Sir Hugh, martelé, vif et enjoué, qui met en évidence les énormes dispositions vocales de Maddy Prior. Elevé au biberon du folk, Steeleye Span fait montre d'une grande aisance dans l'interprétation plus rock. C'est ce qui donne tout son équilibre à Commoner's Crown (excellente musicalité) qui vaut aussi par l'épique Long Lankin' (pas loin des 9 minutes), que l'on peut, toutes proportions gardées, comparer au King Henry de Below The Salt. Commoner's Crown se démarque également par la très belle ballade Demon Lover, tristement sous-estimée. Outre des titres qui ont leur place ici (Dogs And Ferrets, Galtee Farmer, Elf Call) mais qui sont moins accrocheurs et brillants, il surprend, par ailleurs, dans sa fusion intelligente du violon classique avec le folklore traditionnel irish. Il en résulte un intéressant Bach Goes To Limerick. L'autre surprise vient du fait de voir Peters Sellers, le comédien, figurer sur New York Girls où il officie au ukulélé.Lire la suite ›
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HASH(0x97630ee8) étoiles sur 5 One of Steeleye's best 5 avril 1999
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Format: CD
"Commoner's Crown," Steeleye's seventh album, was first released on vinyl in the US on the Chrysalis label in 1977 (two years after it's initial release in England). Today, it is only available on CD by import. This is a real shame as it ranks with the Steeleye's best.
The songs this time out tend to fall well within the term eerie. "Little Sir Hugh," which kicks off the album may seem a bright little ditty on first listen, but the cheery melody is in direct contrast to the song's woeful tale of murder. (It also has an acapella break that'll make the hair on the back of your neck stand at attention). "Long Lankin" still haunts with its tale of uprising and violence. In "Demon Lover" a young woman learns (the hard way) the true identity of the man who has been courting her, and "Elf Call" offers the odd comfort of an elf king taking pity on a woman who has lost her child.
Not all here is so bleak and spooky. The album ends with a good natured "New York Girls' that is complete with a ukulele solo (and backing vocals) from Peter Sellers, and offers a humorous send off for what otherwise just might be the ultimate album for All Hallow's Eve! get it now while you still can!!!
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HASH(0x975c3804) étoiles sur 5 One of Their Two Best 13 novembre 2003
Par Moldyoldie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I must take exception to those previous reviewers who find this album either boring or uninspired. I've owned and listened to all Steeleye Span albums through Back In Line; this is the one I've returned to the most over the years.
One thing about Old English folk tunes is that they can all sound the same after awhile. What the group managed to do during this period was arrange these songs into either rollicking or haunting "modern" folk tunes using various timbres of the instruments of their time while performing them in the spirit of a former time. Every song comes off well, especially the sublimely haunting "Long Lankin" and the a cappella "Weary Cutters". The ensemble singing during the chorus of "Demon Lover" punctuated by the electric guitar statement is sweet. "Galtee Farmer" manages to be both haunting and rollicking at once, driven by a superb guitar and bass line. Granted, "New York Girls" seems out of place but it serves to end the album on a humorous note after the more severe and somber tunes that precede it.
If I recall correctly, this album wasn't made widely available in America upon its original LP release; perhaps that's why it doesn't garner as much of a reputation among American listeners. No matter, because this along with Below the Salt are in my opinion the best examples of Steeleye Span's studio recorded output. I'll also grant that this CD seems a bit pricy, but what can one do about that except buy it used.
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HASH(0x975c37ec) étoiles sur 5 Poorly distributed in the US, Great recording 11 février 1999
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Format: CD
Quick capsule review: This recording was never available on vinyl, except as an import. Coming after the transitional Now we are six record, Commoner's Crown offered a mature and focused Steeleye Span. If your favorite Steeleye Span period is the Below the Salt, Parcel of Rogues and All around my Hat period--get this CD. You will not be disapointed
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HASH(0x97877a50) étoiles sur 5 One of Their Best... 22 mars 2001
Par S. GODFREY - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Commoner's Crown often gets overlooked in the Steeleye canon - indeed it was largely ignored at the time of its release - but it is a very good album which stands comparison with the undisputed classics (Please to See the King, Below the Salt, Parcel of Rogues). There is a somewhat uniform feel to the production but the songs themselves are mostly unnervingly dark themes of murder and mayhem delivered with sparkling, sprightly instrumentation ..."Little Sir Hugh" is the prime example of this - a terrifying tale of infanticide with chiming guitar, a killer (sorry!) riff and CSN&Y-tight harmonies. Similar moods are explored in "Demon Lover" and "Long Lankin" - both with memorable choruses - while "Elf Call", driven by an insistent bass riff from the ever-reliable Rick Kemp, has a darker feel altogether. "New York Girls is something of a novelty turn, with Peter Sellers on ukulele (need I say more?). The cover will be a source of endless fascination to anyone who ever collected the tiny toy soldiers (made by Airfix in the UK) as it features a crown made up of hundreds of these miniature figures. Well worth adding to the collection.
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HASH(0x97751d14) étoiles sur 5 Wow, this is a controversial album...! 12 janvier 2005
Par psychedelephant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
...and I'm sure my opinion won't clear anything up, alas, but this has always been a favorite of mine, although admittedly, taken track-by-track, it's not among Steeleye's top recordings (which would be "Hark! The Village Wait", "Below The Salt", and "Parcel Of Rogues", IMO).

So, track by track:

1) Little Sir Hugh - absolutely incredible, one of the best vocal and instrumental arrangements the band ever did, with chilling lyrics, and a great "a capella" vocal break near the end.

2) Bach Goes To Limerick - The album practically falls flat on its face here: by far the most boring instrumental the band recorded in any lineup; a waste of time that goes nowhere, and makes one wonder exactly what they were thinking. Fairport Convention they ain't.

3) Long Lankin - this might just be the best thing they ever recorded; see comments for track one, and amplify them tenfold. A masterpiece on every level, and one of their most rocking tracks before the "All Around My Hat" album.

4) Dogs And Ferrets - enjoyable, but a bit of a throw-away: nothing really substantial here musically or lyrically, but a nice respite from the intensity of the previous track.

5) Galtee Farmer - very amusing lyric, but repetitious musically; nothing special here.

6) Demon Lover - this is one of the songs that Steeleye fans are either going to love or hate; I absolutely love it, especially the moment where Rick's bass brings the chorus back in at the end of Maddy's line "He sunk the ship in a flash of fire to the bottom of the sea". One of their best tracks ever, IMO, although some (most?) purists might be put off by its "pop" aspects.

7) Elf Call - Even more pop-oriented than "Demon Lover"; this again is a love-it-or-hate-it proposition for most Steeleye fans, and I love it; the chorus features one of the most beautiful vocal arrangements they ever did, and this ranks as one of my favorite Steeleye tunes.

8) Weary Cutters - lovely vocals, but again, nothing special. One suspects that by the time of this album, the band were really more interested in offering rock/pop songs with a folk influence, rather than their previously inverse approach, and the more overtly folk-oriented material comes off as largely indifferent on this album as a result.

9) New York Girls - again, this seems to be a love-it-or-hate-it track. I think it's a perfect, irreverent ending to the album, with brilliantly funny lyrics, and nice ukulele playing from special guest Peter Sellers (yes, "Inspector Clouseau").

So, overall, a mixed bag, but tracks 1,3,6 and 7 are so incredible as to make it essential listening, IMO; albeit not quite on the same level as the three albums listed at the start of the review.
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