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  • Album vinyle (12 avril 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B004PGGH9I
  • Autres versions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par JJ le 26 novembre 2012
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Excellent album de Jason Isbell. Découvert au hasard d'un forum... quelle découverte.
De superbes accents de rock, folk, blues
De superbes textes
De mélodies très belles
Beaucoup d'émotions à l'écoute
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50 internautes sur 56 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another record has crept inside and it feels like it's always been there 14 avril 2011
Par Ronald J. Dio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A dear friend of mine bought this for me. She tossed it on the front seat of my car without a word. She didn't have to say anything, she knew me well enough to know that I appreciate honesty and purity in all its forms, especially in music...so here it is, another ISBELL record.

I've never been to Alabama, but after listening to this set multiple times I feel like I get the jist..and it ain't always pretty...but it sure is real. Jason is a master of the craft. You don't just listen to these songs, you BECOME these songs...and even after 10 listens, "Stopping By" still makes the eyes wet.

I imagine the best way to absorb these 11 stories set to song would be to listen to them the way they were created...alone and with a beverage or 12. Just you, the room, the speakers and the songs.

Life isn't fair. Never was...but you have a choice-do you put the bottle to your lips, or the barrel of a shotgun?

Just keep goin', for as Jason and his boys the 400 Unit show here, beauty can be found in the darkest of places.
25 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Download - don't buy the CD 6 mai 2011
Par E. G. Humphreys - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Very good music, very disappointing packaging.

I am a dinosaur. I have an iPhone with about 2500 songs on it and probably 2485 of these are songs I've downloaded from CDs that I own. I even have a Yep-Roc Records t-shirt that proclaims "I STILL BUY RECORDS". I like liner notes and printed lyrics. If I wonder who is playing saxaphone or singing background vocals on a track, for example, I like to pull out the CD case and look it up.

Having said that, DOWNLOAD THIS ALBUM, DON'T BUY THE CD for two reasons - One, it is very good and Two, the CD packaging offers virtually nothing other than the names of the songs (and they aren't even numbered). The band is listed but the instruments they play aren't. Obviously, I paid more for the CD than I would have if I downloaded it and, for the first time, I regret the decision.

If this is the future of CDs, I won't have to worry out running out of storage space in my home.

One man's opinion.
17 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another solid entry in the catalog. 12 avril 2011
Par DanD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jason Isbell has been crafting a rather impressive catalog of music, from his work with Drive By Truckers, to his two previous "solo" albums. HERE WE REST is another dependable entry, with fine musicianship, touching (sometimes witty) lyrics, all anchored by Isbell's unforced, raw vocals.

There aren't any tunes here that act as true standouts, which both helps and hurts the album as a whole. "Alabama Pines" is a nice laid-back number; "Daisy Mae" is an acoustic piece; "Never Could Believe" approaches actual swing; "Codeine" is borderline whimsical (think Jackson Browne's "Cocaine"); "Heart on a String" is somewhat soulful; and "Stopping By" is fueled by a dark electric guitar that cuts to the core of the lyrics. Isbell is concerned with relationships--between a man and a woman, between a father and son, between a man and his own past--and HERE WE REST explores this theme from multiple angles. The result is a solid collection of songs that isn't quite his best--though, unlike with his previous efforts, I truly enjoyed every tune here--but it's still a hell of a lot better than most of what's getting put out on the country music scene. In fact, it's almost an insult to consider Isbell a country singer, though I'm sure he would take it with pride. The truth is, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's latest album is simply a collection of good songs, written and performed by pros who aren't concerned with selling out or impressing anyone. They're in it for the music, and even at the album's lowest points, their integrity shines through.
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Great artist getting better 20 septembre 2013
Par Jim N. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm one of the many, really many, who never heard of Jason Isbell until they were blown away by Isbell's 2013 album Southeastern. One Amazon reviewer of Southeastern made the comment that everyone is taking the position that Southeastern was a quantum leap from Isbell's previous work and that isn't the case. Isbell's previous records, so said the reviewer, are also outstanding. He recommended getting Hear We Rest, and I did, and he is quite right. If you, like me, have worn out your copy of Southeastern and started to wonder when someone will put out another record that will shake your world as much as Southeastern did, then get Here We Rest. Lots of touching personal stories with somewhat scaled down acoustic settings. Okay maybe it's not quite as powerful as Southeastern but it's outstanding and it's classic Jason Isbell, which is saying a lot.
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The fuel 20 juillet 2011
Par Garbageman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is one of those albums that you put on in the garage while working on your brakes in 100-degree heat while downing bad beer and bitching about your ex-wife. It's serious fuel for juked-up weekend nights at trough bars until 2 AM where you're leaving alone and headed home under sweaty skies, dodging the cops and making tracks on backroads you forgot were even there. Jason Isbell is the Larry Brown of rock and roll, painting vivid pictures of the folks on the outside looking in, evocative and scary and lowdown, with an eye on country-rock but really forging a genre of its own. "We've Met" and "Save It For Sunday" are two of the best melancholy don't-ask lovelorn songs I've ever heard. "Stopping By" is all adults-only melodic roughneckin', heat-blasted sadness with a side of regret that cuts deep. And "Tour of Duty" is one of those very rare songs you actually FEEL, right in your gut, and start thinking hard about stuff you tend to deliberately push away. Although I don't like to compare, a double-bill of Jason Isbell and Ryan Bingham at this point would be almost unbearably intense. It's a good moment for an album like this.

By the way, this thing is mixed unusually loud. Maybe that's the point.
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