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  • CD (30 juin 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000006SZZ
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FORGOTTEN TALES


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Par Blaster of Muppets TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 23 juin 2009
Format: CD
Après avoir sorti une suite de 3 albums absolument magiques ("Tales from the Twilight World", "Somewhere Far Beyond" et "Imaginations from the Other Side), formant ainsi ce que l'on pourrait appeler sa trilogie de la fatalité, Blind Guardian goûte enfin au succès et nous revient en 1996 avec la première compilation de sa carrière. Mais le groupe n'entend pas offrir à ses fans un simple best-of. "The Forgotten Tales" est en fait un recueil de versions alternatives de morceaux antérieurs, de reprises, et de remaniements acoustiques ou orchestraux de certains de leurs succès.

Il ne s'agit donc pas d'un album à part entière et il ne faut surtout pas en attendre la même intensité ou la même force. D'autant plus que ce disque privilégie les aspects les plus doux et calmes (cf. les versions acoustiques de "Bright Eyes" et "Mordred's Song", la prise live de "Bard's Song" chantée par le public, ou la présence de titres comme "A Past and Future Secret" et "Black Chamber"), ou rock de la musique du groupe (les reprises de "Barbara Ann" ou "Surfin' USA" des Beach Boys, "Spread Your Wings" de Queen...). Pas de speed épique, ébourriffant ou ravageur ici, mais juste des morceaux sympas, jolis ou funs.

Au rayon des réussites incontestables qui font de ce "Forgotten Tales" un disque à écouter, on compte les excellentes versions de "Mr. Sandman" (déja dispo sur le maxi du même nom) et "Surfin' USA" (jusque-là inédite) où le groupe prend un malin plaisir à rendre plus agressif des compos globalement gentillettes.
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HASH(0x98df1270) étoiles sur 5 The Unforgettable Tales 4 novembre 2000
Par Joshua Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Forgotten Tales are simply unforgettable!!! This disc really demonstrates Blind Guardian's remarkable talent. "Mr. Sandamn", "Surfin' USA", and "Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally" are a bit silly, but still very interesting and performed magically. The acoustic versions of "Bright Eyes" and "Mordred's Song" are simply amazing! The original versions were magical, but the acoustic versions are just as amazing, if not moreso. The orchestral versions of "Lord Of The Rings", "Black Chamber", and "Theatre Of Pain" will leave you with your jaw hanging open and your tounge on the floor. "The Wizard" and "Spread Your Wings" are performed better than Uriah Heep and Queen could have ever hoped to! I only recommend this disc to the experienced Blind Guardian listener. It sounds more interesting and is easy to accept if you have heard previous versions of these songs. Please buy it immediatly!!! You won't be disapointed. I Garuntee!
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HASH(0x98df1348) étoiles sur 5 Amazing Reissue 12 novembre 2007
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Originally released in 1998, the Forgotten Tales is one of my absolute favorite Blind Guardian albums, even though it's not one of their proper studio albums. The Forgotten Tales is basically a compilation of the various cover songs the band has performed as well as some alternate versions of some (at the time) recent Blind Guardian songs. The various demo/acoustic/live/instrumental versions are cool enough - and the live version of the Bard's Song is pretty spectacular - but I love this album because of the cover songs.

If there's one thing that Blind Guardian does better than any other band, it's their ability to record the most diverse (yet always powerful) covers. Well, that and the whole epic power metal thing that they do that no other band will ever touch even in their wildest dreams, but you get the general idea. From oldies like Mr. Sandman, Surfin' USA and Barbara Ann, to classic rock tracks like the Wizard (Uriah Heep) and Spread Your Wings (Queen), Blind Guardian always delivers unique cover songs. Some are obviously done just for laughs (you have to chuckle at a speed metal version of Mr. Sandman), and others, like the Uriah Heep and Queen songs are done to pay tribute to bands that had a profound influence on the band's sound. Whatever the reason, I've yet to hear a less than great cover song from this band, and it's particularly nice to have so many collected in one place.

The Forgotten Tales is a fantastic collection of unique material from the best power metal band on the planet. I wouldn't recommend it to new Blind Guardian fans right away, but once you have a handful of the band's great studio albums, you owe it to yourself to check this compilation out.

NOTE: The 2007 reissue of The Forgotten Tales is a Blind Guardian fan's dream. In addition to featuring digitally remastered sound, the CD includes three additional cover songs. From the Mr. Sandman single you get the b-side Hallelujah (a Deep Purple cover, I believe). From the Mirror Mirror single (or the Century Media Judas Priest tribute album) you get Beyond the Realms of Death, which is an absolute masterpiece. The final song - Don't Talk To Strangers - was originally found on Holy Dio: Tribute To Ronnie James Dio), and is another fantastic cover song. The disc also includes video clips for Mr. Sandman (one of the creepiest videos you'll ever hope to see) and The Bard's Song (the acoustic song is perfectly matched with a black & white, "Unplugged" style video.) These extras are more than enough to make this reissue a 5-star album.
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HASH(0x98df16a8) étoiles sur 5 Who Can Forget These Tales? 5 décembre 1999
Par zimbee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When bands put out B-side and covers compilations, they usually throw a bunch of stuff not good enough for a regular album. What Blind Guardian have done is pick a selection of covers from different eras and styles and made them their own. From Rock'n'Roll classics such as the Long Tall Sally/Barbara Ann medley, through Queen's Spread Your Wings, to Mike Oldfield's To France, the band exhibits understanding and appreciation of various music styles. To top it off, they have added wonderful new arrangements of some of their own works, which, in some cases (e.g. Mordred's Song, Bright Eyes), are better than the originals. Maybe this is a collection which a person unfamiliar with Blind Guardian's music will find easier to listen to than the rest of their material. For the fan, it is an interesting tool in understanding these unique and gifted musicians better. Please, buy it! :)
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HASH(0x98df1bd0) étoiles sur 5 Worthwhile For Hardcore Fans, But Not So Essential For Others 25 septembre 2010
Par J. Gordon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Surf music and 1950s pop might not be the first things that enter your head when you think of Blind Guardian. Nonetheless, that's a bit of what you'll find on the German power metal band's odds and ends collection, "The Forgotten Tales". Blind Guardian has always marched to a slightly different drummer than other bands dallying in melodic Euro-metal, but this album might be the hardest one to really pin down. Instead of putting out a normal "best of" compilation after the artistic (and relative commercial) success of "Imaginations From the Other Side", the band put out an odd assortment of cover versions and acoustic/orchestral remakes of their own songs. The good news is that it's an entertaining album that showcases the lesser known likes and sides of the band. The bad news is that it really doesn't bring any truly new music to the table, nor does it have enough focus on what it's supposed to be.

Despite what some reviews say, I found Blind Guardian's covers of "Mr. Sandman", "Surfin' USA", and "Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally" surprisingly effective, and definitely good-natured. Consider the unusually symbiotic relationship between the US and Germany after World War II, and the enactment of the Marshall Plan, it's no surprise that American oldies had an impact on German musicians. (Obscure factoid: lead vocals on Barbara Ann are by their former producer Kalle Trapp, while the surprisingly good Little Richard impression for the Long Tall Sally section are by German singer Rolf Kohler.) The inclusion of Queen's "Spread Your Wings" is a logical choice of a band to cover, even if the song chosen is a little out of left field (the same cover is also found on "Somewhere Far Beyond" as a pseudo-bonus track). While I have a bit of a dislike for Uriah Heep (more so in execution than musical intention), Blind Guardian's cover of their song "The Wizard" is also logical, and, in my opinion, better done than the original. Mike Oldfield's "To France" is another rather surprising choice at first blush, but once you make the association, it's hard not to hear an element of his guitar playing in Andre Olbrich's very deliberate timing. In fact, when you think about it, Oldfield's love of Celtic music and bagpipes is reflected in the band's work since "Somewhere Far Beyond" featured a bagpipe section! The remastered version also features 3 somewhat more predictable covers for a metal band, those being Deep Purple, Judas Priest, and Dio.

The band's reworking of its own material is also interesting, although for the life of me, I still have trouble sensing any major difference between the "Imaginations" version of "A Past and Future Secret", and the one on this album. "Bright Eyes" benefits greatly from a very effective acoustic facelift, while "Lord of the Rings" gains a whole new feel from the addition of mutiple vocal harmonies, and a new, slower ending section (which appears to feature some marimba sounds, oddly enough). The orchestral, vocal-free version of "Theater of Pain" is more of a curio than anything, as is the charming, but somewhat superfluous live version of "The Bard's Song". The remake of "Black Chamber" is entertaining, as is the piano and acoustic guitar-based version of "Mordred's Song".

The problem with this album, however, is that there's really no completely new music here, especially with "Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally" and "Spread Your Wings" being standard issue on 2 prior albums. As a result, I can only give it 3 stars, as good as the music is. If you're already a fan like me, it's an obvious purchase, but if you're just getting into the band, or just like them fairly well, but not incredibly so, this might be one to buy only after you've gotten most of their other albums, or if you're in the mood for a somewhat quirky collection of songs.
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HASH(0x98df148c) étoiles sur 5 Blind Guardian Guides Me To Better Music 4 janvier 2003
Par aralissia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My friend is big into metal and fantasy music and has slowy but surely been exposing me to some of the better bands in this genre. Thus far, Blind Guardian is the only one to really tug at my heart with the beauty of the music they create. The lead singer has a phenomenal voice and actually sings a lot of the harmony parts in these songs (through the beauty of technology).
There are 3 songs on here that are completley different than the rest - Mr.Sandman, Surfin' USA, and Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally. Actually when my friend loaned me this album, these were the only "cover" songs of the album I had heard earlier. Yes, I'm a big fan of 50's & 60's music ;). These renditions were fantastic! Hard punky metaly rock versions - I loved them! They made me want to get up and dance.
Most of the other songs on the album have a gentle, otherworldly feeling. Lord Of The Rings and The Wizard are especially reminiscent of the type of music I always imagined middle earth possessing.
Here's a run down on the score I'd give each song:
1) Mr. Sandman - 7/10
2) Surfin' USA - 9/10
3) Bright Eyes - 7/10
4) Lord Of The Rings - 9/10
5) The Wizard - 9/10
6) Spread Your Wings - 9/10
7) Mordred's Song - 6/10
8) Black Chamber - 8/10
9) The Bard's Song - 6/10
10) Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally - 6/10
11) A Past And Future Secret - 7/10
12) To France - 7/10
13) Theatre Of Pain - 9/10
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