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  • Album vinyle (3 mars 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Ato Records
  • ASIN : B00HE0OOP6
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Disque : 1
1. Shit shots count
2. When he's gone
3. Primer coat
4. Pauline hawkins
Disque : 2
1. Made up english océans
2. The part of him
3. Hearing jimmy loud
4. Til he's dead or rises
5. Hanging on
6. The part of him
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Disque : 3
1. Natural light
2. When walter went crazy
3. First air of autumn
4. Grand canyon
5. Natural light
6. When walter went crazy
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Mit "English Oceans" erscheint Ende Februar das neue Album von Drive-By Truckers über ATO / [PIAS] Cooperative. Seit mittlerweile knapp 18 Jahren gibt es die Band aus Athens, Georgia, um Sänger Patterson Hood und Mike Cooley, die Gesang und Songwriting untereinander aufteilen. "English Oceans" ist das zwölfte Studioalbum der fünfköpfigen Truppe und überzeugt mit frisch klingendem Rock 'n' Roll und Alternative Country. Dreizehn Songs haben es auf das neue Werk geschafft und bilden eine ganz unbedarfte, elegante und ausgewogene Leidenschaft, die sich in allen Songs widerspiegelt. "It can go from this chainsaw rock 'n' roll to this very delicate, pretty-sounding stuff", fügt Mike Cooley hinzu, der selbst knapp die Hälfte der Stücke beisteuerte. Zusammen mit Produzent David Barbe wurde das neue Material in den Chase Park Transduction Studios in ihrer Heimatstadt Athens aufgenommen.

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0 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Pascal G. le 5 avril 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
DBT, c'est l'assurance de passer un bon moment de rock,
un peu sans surprise cette nouvelle production s'éclaire à partir du 9 ème morceau..................(63 minutes de musique)
Après un début un peu trop monocorde........le Cd s'ecoute avec plaisir , parfois la monotonie leur va bien
même si l'imitation neilyoungesque peut parfois agacer !!!!!

un très beau son.......
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The Truckers Get Their Groove Back 4 mars 2014
Par AHART - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the best Drive-By Truckers album in years. In fact, it's easily the finest since their masterpiece, Southern Rock Opera. This sounds like quite a claim, of course, and who can blame anyone who doesn't quite trust it. I wouldn't. But do yourself a favor and listen to the song samples. You'll recognize immediately that this album is something special. Suddenly, the group doesn't seem as if it is missing Jason Isbell. In fact, as fine a musician as Isbell is, and as impressive as his solo work has become, he would only get in the way here, for this album needs no straight man, no middle ground. Hood and Cooley are in fine form, managing a nice balance of wit and weight, pathos and pleasure. Cooley exudes his usual folksy, knowing charm, Hood his high-pitched angst. Yet none of the tracks ever gets bogged down in heavy-handed philosophizing; none of the songs feel self-indulgent or labored or painfully, maddeningly slow, as they were on so much of Go-Go Boots. Foremost, this is a real album, not just a haphazard collection of songs. It moves fluidly from track to track, and every last one of them rocks. This marks an important point in the Drive-By Truckers story--the album in which the new, leaner version of the band finally found its groove. This album will not disappoint.
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Drive by Truckers - Atlantic Crossing 4 mars 2014
Par Red on Black - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Whilst some bands mellow with age Alabama's best and brightest, the Drive by Truckers, are not ready yet to contemplate lazy days sitting on the porch. On this 12th album "English Oceans" their renewed promise of another blast of rock n roll raises the question when have they ever not been straining the volume control on Marshall amps. The USP of this album is for the first time a split in the songwriting duties between the great Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley. The latter's creative juices had dried up for a while but this 50/50 outcome showcases two great songwriters entirely capable of making you forget that Jason Isbell was once in the band.

The album is full of great kicking rockers like the opening track "S*** Shot Counts", "When He is Gone" and "Hearing Jimmy Loud". In terms of the bands explosive live act they all will pin the audience to the wall at the back of the theatre. As ever though it is when you head towards the more Americana based rootsy DBTs where the real rewards are to be located. Thus the excellent title track "Made up English Oceans" has a backbeat like rawhide and lyrics which attack Republican values; a perennial target of Cooley and Co. The same singers vocal snarl is well employed on Hood's "Till he's dead or rising" a sub Stones mid paced rocker showing that perhaps Jagger and Richards would be well advised to pick up the phone and call both of them. Hood matches this on the swagger of "Natural Light" a slow blues song which witnesses some of his best singing in years, while the shuffling alt country of "First Day of Autumn" is stunning.

Perhaps the songs which may have the longest shelf life are both Cooley's. Firstly the slow acoustic ballad "Holding On" a track that trawls his darkest thoughts, while the great closer "Grand Canyon" stretching to nearly eight minutes is the band at its best dedicating a song to Craig Lieske known affectionately by as "Graytoven" who sadly died last year at the age of 46 from an heart attack. He was the bands merchandise specialist and often jointed them on stage. The tribute culminates with the poignant line "In my dreams I still can see you/Flying through a western sky/And I think about Grand Canyon/I lift my glass and smile"

"English Oceans" is yet again an effortless and brilliant album by one of the American best bands of the past two decades. If you are new to them you can very profitably start here. If that also means you have yet to hear either the "Dirty South" or the "Southern Rock Opera" this reviewers envy is deepest green.
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Steady as She Goes... 4 mars 2014
Par pork turtle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow! That's what I thought upon listening to the latest DBT album. After 3 years and another lineup change, the Truckers are back with an excellent entry into their catalog. Heavy on Cooley (which is always a good thing), this album hits most of the right notes. The subtraction of John Neff and Shonna Tucker and the addition of Matt Patton on bass has only made this band that much tighter. No more soap operas - just rock.

While Patterson Hood has less song writing credits on this one (devout Patterson fans should look to his superb 2012 solo album Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance) Mike Cooley is in the driver's seat and does not disappoint. From the super-charged album opener " S*** Shots Count" with his smart, edgy lyrics to "Hearing Jimmy Loud", Cooley is in peak form. 'Trophy tail wives taking boner pill rides for the price of a happy meal' - priceless.

Hood is in the backseat for this one, but not by much. "Pauline Hawkins" and "When Walter Went Crazy" with classic Hood story-telling should appease longtime Patterson fans. Don't forget the soaring album closer "Grand Canyon" - Patterson's tribute to Craig Lieske.

Great music all over the place. Way different feel than the past couple of albums and the contributions from keyboardist Jay Gonzalez and bassist Matt Patton stand out. 'DBT 12' as Patterson calls this version of the band in the liner notes to put it simply, just rocks. DBT!
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Back on track 7 mars 2014
Par Antiquity - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
While DBT haven't made a bad album, they haven't made a great one since Dirty South. Part of that, IMO, is that essentially Shonna Tucker replaced Jason Isbell as the third singer/songwriter. I don't have anything against Shonna, but her songs and style just don't blend seamlessly with the rest of a DBT album. I thought her stuff worked pretty well on Brighter Than Creation's Dark, due to the sprawling, looser feel of the album, but not the others since.

This album gets back to what DBT did (and does) best. Cooley and Patterson trading songs, with Cooley doing a bit more than his usual load (which is a good thing). If anything, Cooley has become wittier and stronger overall as the years have passed, while Patterson is still good but has lost a step since his glory days of Southern Rock Opera and Decoration Day.
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Best album in years 7 mars 2014
Par B. Blake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album gets better every time I hear it. DBT nailed it. I probably wouldn't put it in contention for unseating any of their top 3 (Decoration Day, Dirty South, SRO), but it's easily the best after those. The new smaller lineup is tight and the band sounds revived. Every piece fits and there's nothing superfluous. Gonzalez has a bigger presence on this one, which is nice. The music has more texture than the last couple of albums, and in regard to song arrangement, this one stands alone. Beyond that, it's everything you'd expect from DBT---thoughtful lyrics from Hood and Cooley spanning a range of emotions, and Cooley has his share of witty gems. Definitely worth the money. Most bands don't release 12 albums, and fewer still can put out something this inspired after being together so long. It's a slightly different sound and a new direction. DBT kept the familiarities that got them where they are, but showed us they still have something to say.

I was happy to see they kept Matt Patton. I saw them over the summer "down in Birmingham" with him on bass. He's fantastic & brings a lot of energy to the stage.
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