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Don'T Tell The Band CD, Import

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  • CD (25 septembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Castle Distribution
  • ASIN : B00005O6PU
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Little Lilly
2. Give
3. Imitation Leather Shoes
4. This Part Of Town
5. Sometimes
6. Tought Sausage
7. Down
8. Big Wooly Mammoth
9. Casa Del Grillo
10. Old Joe
11. Action Man
12. Don't Tell The Band

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Rock. Pour ces presque vétérans du rock US (il s'agit de leur septième album) l'inspiration semble s'être pour toujours échouée du côté de ces effluves de guitares laid-back mâtinées de jazz-rock, d'influences roots et latines et de quelques échappées vers la soul. Don't Tell The Band est un disque lustré, scintillant même parfois ("Sometimes") et regorge d'expertise instrumentale. Il évoque tour à tour Santana, un Grateful Dead débarassé de ses pesanteurs complaisantes ou même un Steely Dan qui ne se serait pas réfugié dans l'hermétisme musical. On ne peut qu'être épaté, séduit parfois, mais on ne peut aussi que se demander comment une galette aussi typée pourra trouver faveur auprès d'oreilles européennes. -- Compact

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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par gégé-blues TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 15 décembre 2011
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En 2001, sortait l'album "Don't tell the band" de Widespread Panic. Ce groupe, fabuleux sur scène, reste bien sage en studio. Des titres joués à la perfection, une pop-rock aux influences diverses (jazz, soul, blues...) où chaque musicien s'applique à jouer sa partition. Tous les morceaux sont des originaux sortis de l'imagination de cette formation bien inspirée. Et du bien rock « Give » à la balade tranquille « Old Joe » en passant par le nerveux « Action Man », les 12 titres, aux tempos divers et variés, défilent pendant 56mn08. L'album est réussi mais ce jam band est à voir et à écouter sur scène où les musiciens se lâchent dans de longues improvisations jubilatoires, leurs nombreux live en témoignent !
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Enough already with the enlightened pothead reviewers...... 22 janvier 2002
Par Chris Mingledorff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, Widespread Panic is an awesome live show to see. Why does a great live performance take away from superior studio efforts? 'Don't Tell the Band' is another superior studio effort from the boys that Athens Georgia gave us. The opening track, "Little Lilly", is CLASSIC Widespread on the blues tip. I can't wait to here the extended 30 minute jam session live. "Imitation Leather Shoes" has gotten trashed as too "poppy" by many reviewers too lost in their 1987 Phish bootlegs, but this track, along with "Big Wooly Mammoth" bounce along (dare I say they're "fun"....but not innovative enough for some folks I guess) and are awesome to ride along down the road to. Widespread has done it again. More southern fried jam rock in the car cd changer. I couldn't be happier. Let the Birkinstock wearing phishheads eat me alive.
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Wholly entertaining record from a great rock band. 20 juillet 2001
Par Bill Allison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Widespread Panic is somewhat of a musical phenomenon. I honestly can't think of another band to compare them too. They are incredibly diverse, covering many different styles of rock, sometimes all within one song. Singer John Bell can sing low, c high, and can even do a Hetfield-like growl.
The band have stayed completely true to their sound on every album while bringing something new and a little different to the table each time. Some may call them a "jam-band" but I don't really care. To me, they are just a great rock and roll band. I'm not into the whole classifying thing.
On "Don't Tell the Band" WSP deliver twelve great tracks that you can listen to in the order that the cd was intended to be heard. There are no filler tracks here. Not one. Every note seems to fit just where it belongs. I knew from the opening of "Little Lilly" that I was in for one hell of an album. If you liked "Till the Medicine Takes" you will love this one. It's definitely in the same vein. To me, it's like they took the approach that they used on that album and expaned. There are some heart-felt ballads "this part of town" and some good times rock and roll "Action Man". There is also a really great story song called "Old Joe". "Thought Sausage" is a funky bit that displays JB's vocal range even further.
I really hope that more people catch on to WSP. When I was fourteen, I had an "Everyday" t-shirt and everyone kept asking me "who the hell is Widespread Panic?" Oh well. Somep people never learn. It's really a shame. Maybe with this release and the tour with Dave Matthews Band, a whole crop of newcomers will find these guys. So get off your PC, pull on some jeans, head on down to the music store, and pick yourself up a copy. Or you could just order one.... Oh yeah, "Till the Medicine Takes" is also highly reccommended in my book.
One more thing. This album is also great to listen to if you're taking a road trip through the rural South. It fits the scenery and the atmosphere perfectly.
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Good Evolution for a Great Band 12 juillet 2001
Par Brandon Cook - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Being a Athens-raised Widespread Panic fan from pretty much day one, let me first say that after my first listen I was fairly unimpressed with this album. However, after a few plays my initial disappointment faded quickly. Although this album lacks the seemingly carefree and meandering persona of earlier releases, it does still look, feel, and sound like Widespread. True, the more produced sound does slightly mask the rambling guitar, jangling keyboard, and adventurous percussion fans have come to expect, but they are still there and the end result is tried and true Panic with a slightly more produced feel. Of course lyrically, as always, this album shines. All bands of this genre have seen changes of this sort as time goes by (very notably Blues Traveler and, yes, even the Dead). With Don't Tell The Band, the evolution enhances the experience instead of deadens it (i.e. Ballard's effect on Dave Matthews). I highly recommend this album provided you don't go out and buy it expecting nothing more than a rehash of Space Wrangler, et. al. Lastly, the haunting "This Part of Town" shows off the band's talents in a way we have not seen since "Mercy". I'm sure you will enjoy.
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Widespread releases another solid album 19 février 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Widespread Panics newest release, Don't Tell the Band, is a great album. They show a wide variety of musical talent. Everything from blues to hard rock appears on Don't Tell the Band. Although they really have to be seen live in order to capture their true talent, they did a good job putting this album together.
The musicianship on the studio part of the album is perfect. All of the members of the band interact well with each other. The different instruments play their parts and support each other excellently.
The 2nd cd in the 2 cd album with the album captures Widespread in the environment they play best in. Live. If you are just getting into Widespread Panic this is a good way to hear them. You get the best of both worlds. The straight forward studio recordings and the awesome live performances.
Don't Tell the Band is a great choice for new or old Widespread listeners. Enjoy.
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Typical studio CD with nice bonus live CD 10 octobre 2001
Par kireviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album contains a basic 60 minute Widespread Pannic studio CD and a bonus 26 minute live CD. Some versions of this album don't advertise the live CD, so I don't know if they all contain it.
Widespread Panic is a group to experience live. Their live performaces don't always come through on CD. There are six musicians jamming away and the sound gets muffled. Unless you can see it and hear it at the same time, it is hard to appreciate. Some of the precussion is unnecessary and the keyboards can be down right awful at times. This can be ignored during a live show, but comes right out front on CD.
The live CD in this album is still very good (except for the Chopsticks piano solo on track 3).
The first two Widespread Panic studio albums were fantastic. At this time the main group was a quartet before adding a permenant keyboardist and percussionist. The sound on the first two albums was stripped down and had the energy of a live show.
All the later studio albums have been hit or miss, with some great tracks and some bad ones. Don't Tell the Band is just like that with great tracks, like the opening one and strangely bad songs like No Imitation Leather. This song is a cross between a militant heavy metal song and a sugary 60's pop tune.
As with all of the later studio ablums, I really enjoyed it the first time I listened to it, because the good songs jump right out and make a lasting impression. But, the more I listen to it, the less I like it because the bad songs start creeping into my brain.
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