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Halford III - Winter Songs

6 novembre 2009 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 6 novembre 2009
  • Date de sortie: 6 novembre 2009
  • Label: Rob Halford Music
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  • ASIN: B002UTBO6I
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.3 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par 1plugged le 8 janvier 2010
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idée préconçue: j'attendais un album de chant de Noël par Rob Halford un peu dans la lignée de la reprise de Chuck Berry ou celle de Joan Baez à l'époque de Judas Priest, en bref, une personnalisation de classiques. C'est un peu en deça je dois dire mais c'est vrai qu'il n'est plus tout jeune Rob... Bien quand même, je ne regrette pas l'achat
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Le chanteur de Judas Priest chante Noël ! Un canular ? Non: Rob Halford, tantôt énervé, tantôt plus calme, alterne reprises et morceaux originaux pour cet album sur l'hiver, reprenant même des chansons chrétiennes ("Oh come O come Emanuel",...). Résultat: un album très varié, montrant la variété des talents de Monsieur tout-cuir, quinquagénaire pas encore respectable, mais toujours plein d'énergie.
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Par Bocquet Agnes le 2 mai 2013
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Le métal god façon père Noël. Étrange. Quelques titres rentre dedans et le reste beaucoup plus soft. A découvrir. Mais cela reste a part.
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19 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Big Risk. Result: Triumphant 19 décembre 2009
Par Charles Martel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The idea of Rob Halford singing Christmas songs is to many, frankly, a contradictory pairing. Somehow this odd bit of alchemy works, and works quite well. The musicianship is superb, and the songs range from the understated What Child is This to the anthemic final track, O Come All Ye Faithful. Halford is a unique talent, and while many will dismiss this effort without ever hearing it, I've been burning it up in the CD player since it arrived. The dreamlike, soul-baring confessional Light of the World is as great a song of faith as I've ever heard. After hearing it for a week, I looked to see who wrote this. Surprise: Rob Halford. Listen to the sample tracks on amazon.com, this is a powerful album, I highly recommend it
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I've had a lot of fun with this album. 17 novembre 2009
Par Nicholas Bertram Kuykendall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a surprisingly well rounded Christmas record. The moods range from solemn, to playful, to triumphant, and back again. The arrangements are great, the production is great, and (most importantly) the singing is terrific. Highlights were-- Get Into the Spirit, which did in fact get me into the spirit; and Winter Song, which was genuinely powerful and moving to me. The traditional selections were well chosen and given excellent renditions as well. I highly recommend this record to any of the more cheerful metal-heads out there.
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THE METAL GOD REJOICES!!!!!! 3 novembre 2009
Par K. Carlucci - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Don't think just because this is Christmas music that it doesn't rock. Remember who is singing it. I will be putting this one in the CD player along with my Twisted Sister Christmas CD and I will bang my head around the Christmas Tree! Rob's voice sounds so clear on this CD and yes there are some good metal screams. "Oh Holy Night" sounds so good that it brought a tear to my eye. Buy it, you won't be dissapointed.
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Shockingly good. 23 novembre 2009
Par Mark Sferrazza - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This disc/download is amazing. I am totally blown away by this release. It is definitely my favorite holiday album of all time. Gotta give the man props for not being afraid to take chances, and IT REALLY WORKS! Who'da thunk it? Rob Halford got me into the holiday spirit.
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REVIEW from [...] by Dan 'Soft Boy' Skiba
Release date Nov. 3, 2009
Metal Express Rating 9.0/10

"Halford 3 - Winter Songs is comprised of 10 tracks with a total running time of about 41 minutes. 4 of the tracks are original Halford compositions (with consult mainly from guitarist Roy Z.), 5 are metalized covers of traditional Holiday Classics ("We Three Kings," "Oh Come O Come Emanuel," "What Child Is This?," "Oh Holy Night," and "Come All Ye Faithful"), and 1 track is a beautiful, tear-jerking cover of a less known Holiday-based track by Sara Bareilles (and the inspiration behind the name of the album) entitled "Winter Song," begging for an answer to the question, "Is Love Alive?" To be sure, you'll find that answer when you listen closely ...

The album starts out with 1 of the Halford originals, "Get Into The Spirit;" a track that would serve as an excellent kick-off to ANY Metal album. The musical flavor here is curiously part Doom and part Industrial, but without a doubt, as Metal as Metal can be. The message essentially is a calling to gather, to push away distractions, and to get ready to celebrate and energize one's spirits. With Halford's slicing vocal style and the impressive guitar work displayed in this up-tempo rocker, Halford certainly lays the foundation and attitude for a true Metal Christmas compilation.

The other Halford original tracks unfold in succession midway through this album ... and that trilogy segment begins with "Christmas For Everyone," a song with a thick and driving Hard Rock presentation that also features a few well-placed conventional Holiday sounds via bells and keyboards. By and large this is a light "feel good" song topically, but most notable here is its insightfully catchy chorus:

"When Christmas comes for everyone
It brings us all together ...
For just one day there's peace in the world
We wish would last forever"

Indeed a nice reflection to muse upon ...

The next Halford original is "I Don't Care," which on the surface certainly seems to butt heads with the typical glad tidings associated with the Holiday Season. What this song is, though, is a track inspired by one of the funniest movies of all times, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (starring Steve Martin and the late, great John Candy), and deals with the occasional trials and tribulations all have faced at one time or another in trying to get everything done and to arrive at that ultimate, elusive Christmas destination ... on time. "I Don't Care" has an underlying Chuck Berry vibe running through it, and shows a rare tongue-in-cheek comical side of Halford's writing moxie.

The last Halford penned original is a track that may surprise many, entitled "Light Of The World." Only on rare occasion has Halford, either with Judas Priest or as part of any of his solo projects, ventured into matters of the heart ... but "Light Of The World" certainly shows Halford is more than capable of capturing and conveying aspects of the emotions surrounding the truly special gift of being in love. Although more melancholy, the covered track "Winter Song" also deeply embraces this same theme, and together with this song Halford drives home the message of how true love can be the most important, warming, hope-producing, and radiantly powerful "light" of all shared between two people. You might just find a few apparent influences in "Light Of The World" borrowed (perhaps unintentionally) from The Beatles' December 1995 single "Free As A Bird." Regardless, "Light Of The World" could indeed catch on and be one of those songs that is listened to and enjoyed by many generations for years and years to come.

The remaining 5 covered songs, as mentioned above, are metalized interpretations of traditional Christmas classics, containing various manifestations of Halford's personalized vocal stamp. "We Three Kings," "Oh Come O Come Emanuel," and "Oh Holy Night" have remarkably taken on a new Metal life via Halford's renditions and are certain to get the adrenaline flowing for Metalheadz from all walks of life. "What Child Is This?" and "Come All Ye Faithful," to differentiate, are presented in a much more reflective, spiritual, and majestic fashion. "What Child Is This?" includes those wonderful patented multi-layered Halford voice-overs that have contributed to setting The Metal God apart from all others in the business, and "Come All Ye Faithful" hits home as a great way to end this album in a "let's all unite and gather together" fashion."
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Par wally gator - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My buddy keyed me into this bit... Rob Halfords Christmas album! Well, sort of. The concept of metal Christmas albums is nothing new, but in the past it is a concept only partaken by the cheesier side of the metal spectrum. In my eyes Rob Halford is the voice of what is truly metal, blood curdling, triumphant wails delivered in a high ear splitting pitch. Seriously, I'd say Rob Halford is the greatest heavy metal vocalist of all time, and he still delivers the goods, so to speak.

This album is obviously not one I would play for the grandparents--- unless your grandparents happen to take acid on the regular. OR, are just in line for an intense experience. This isn't your red and white sweater, glass of egg nog album around the fire. These are songs of holy triumph (ok, one or two songs show Robby trying to give us a chestnuts roasting type diddy- but they are the awkward spots on the disc...) For the most part, I'd say this album is meant to played through some big fat headphones, while you sit in your chair and watch Passion Of Christ on Blu Ray. When Halford covers the traditional religious anthems, he is truly in his element, and all your expectations of holiday cheese go right out the window... Fall on your knees and hear the angels voices!!! This is killer.
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