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Idle No More (MP3)

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Détails sur le produit

  • Album vinyle (16 septembre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Merge Records
  • ASIN : B00D660LMW
  • Autres versions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Born To Die
  2. Bite My Tongue
  3. Thorn In Her Pride
  4. Luckiest Man
  5. Better Luck Next Time
  6. Darkness
  7. Pray For Lil
  8. Bad Boy
  9. So Wild
  10. Yes I Can't
  11. I Got Made
  12. Of Madness I Dream

Descriptions du produit

It has been a lengthy hiatus, but we have finally finished our latest masterpiece and named it after an incredible indigenous-rights movement that is happening right now called Idle No More. I was born and raised in Montreal and spent a lot of time on the Kahnawake Mohawk Indian reservation. Idle No More is probably the most refined piece of music we have made to date. The songs are about the state of the world we live in today. Born to Die is an apocalyptic ode to the heinous war machine that to this day ruins our lives. Bite My Tongue is about the unsung heroes who are forced to live in utter poverty but who have made all the revolutions possible and are being silenced as you read this. Look up The Invaders from Memphis and you will see what I am talking about. Thorn in Her Pride is a girl-power anthem and a celebration of the goddesses who help raise the children of the revolution. Luckiest Man is about me and how lucky I was to receive the proper mental care I needed during a very steep and lengthy plummet into madness. Better Luck Next Time is velvety pop to soothe the ears. Darkness is about the ugly beasts that must be tamed inside of us all. It was also my attempt to do something as real as Nina Simone. Pray for Lil is an ode to my wife, who continually saves my life and makes me a complete human being, human doing, and human going. Bad Boy is a requiem for Bobby Ubangi, who was and still is Atlanta's Finest. So Wild is a double requiem for two other Jays I have lost over the last few years, Jay Reatard and Jay 'Berserker' Montour. RIP. Yes I Can't is a little ironic number named after Obama's attempt at changing the police state. I Got Made is a Joe Pesci trip heavily inspired by the Cosa Nostra. And last, but not least, is Of Madness I Dream, a mirror image of what is happening to the world as we speak. Originally, I was going to call the album Of Madness I Dream, but then I became very enthused about the amazing work of the Idle No More movement. Everyone I asked had never heard of it, so I contacted the leaders of the movement and, with their permission, decided to rename the album Idle No More in hopes that it would increase the world's awareness of this miracle that is taking place for the indigenous peoples of the world. If you are not familiar with Idle No More, look it up and GET INVOLVED! It took a long time to make, but we are very proud and pleased to bring you this album. I hope that the future will brighten up every time it is played. Ultimately, John and Yoko were absolutely right: LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED! Peace and Love, King Bama Lama Khan, Emperor of RnB….

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7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
King Khan & the Shrines bring the funk yet again 5 septembre 2013
Par Jack Tripper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Though it's been five years since King Khan's last album with the Shrines, 'Idle No More' shows that these psychedelic-soul warriors haven't lost their touch at creating top-notch grooves that are both danceable and tripped-out. The party vibe may be dialed back just a tad, with less of the ramshackle garage feel of previous efforts, but there's really no resisting the band's psyched-up and funked-up charms once the record starts.

Lead tracks "Born to Die" and "Bite My Tongue" set the tone for the entire album: funk-filled '60s and '70s R&B melodies (complete with waka-chika guitars on the former); uptempo, head-bobbing rhythms; and more horns than you'll hear in all the rest of the garage albums released this year combined. Khan's swagger-filled vocals and lyrics definitely suit the music, especially on the Motown-inspired dance tracks like "Luckiest Man" and "Bad Boy", as well as on "I Got Made", a song dripping with an attitude that would have fit perfectly on '70s blaxploitation films like 'Foxy Brown' or 'Super Fly.'

'Idle No More' may be a straight-up boogie-down record, much like the rest of Khan and the Shrines' output, but there are occasional moments of reflection and emotional honesty. "Darkness", a soulful, laid-back ballad, could even be described as beautiful, and I imagine it getting lots of radio airplay...45 years ago. That's not a knock either. The band borrows heavily from music's past, but they manage to make the old sound entirely fresh, and when they're firing on all cylinders, entirely excellent.

The album does falter somewhat during its second half, unable to maintain the momentum gathered from the first, but 'Idle No More' is still a worthwhile listen for fans of psych music and old-school R&B. It may not change your life, but it will most likely make you want to shake your booty. So, mission accomplished for Khan.

(Originally written by me for Earbuddy.net)
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Where the hell have i been, on planet Zupon???!! 13 novembre 2013
Par Mel Zaloudek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
These guys are NUTS, this is the music i live for!....HOW have i never heard of this amazing band before, the world is not fair!....i'm here to hit the fire alarm for anyone else asleep to the jammin' psychedelic funk pop of King Khan and the Shrines, and these mindblowing three-minute rockets flying out at you straight from the Sly Stone Sixties..... unbelievably good songcraft and musicianship from every single member of the band.... Having a party?....wanna dance??....here's your soundtrack, just what the doctor ordered, now turn it up or i'm leaving!.... "Thorn In Her Pride" has been on this endless loop in my head ever since i first heard it....I LOVE THESE GUYS!.... better late than never i s'pose.....

...btw, look closely at Khan's "hair" on the album cover, a surreptitious pastiche of Miron Zownir's avant garde photography.....go to the art gallery on his website, not for the faint of heart let's just say....

>> and check out Khan's hilarious video for "Bite My Tongue"....critics say, superhero movie of the season!....a damn shame that there isn't an Oscar category for 'Metaphysical Comedy.'

PLUS there's a secret prize in every box!....Sept.2014....having caught the band on tour recently and hung out with Super Arish KK and the guys afterwards (one HELLUVA show) you start to pick up on the underlying theme of love and spirituality slyly woven into the pandemonium....who'da thunk it?.... not only does Khan hold court in his lyrics with words of urban wisdom, but the concerts themselves can find the entire band jumping out into the screaming sweaty congregation amidst songs....Good times!!....and really good stuff...
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BLAST OF 60's PSYCH-SOUL VIBE! 9 novembre 2013
Par Smrz - Publié sur Amazon.com
This very cool release contains 12 tracks with a duration of nearly 41 minutes! I 1st heard of this release on Little Steven's Underground garage website, where Mr. Van Zandt referred to King Khan and the Shrines as coming from Montreal, Canada, by way of Berlin. I had never heard of them before and now I am very pleased to have picked up this release which has been on heavy rotation for the past few weeks in my head. I constantly find myself humming and/or singing these very cool tunes as they go swirling through my gray matter. This is one very fine release that features a 60's Psychedelic sound combined with some funk-soul horns that blast out of 1968 and beyond into the early 70's. You get some nice Memphis horns mixed in with a cool 60's Psych-Garage sound. This strong release only gets better through repeated listenings, as all solid music should. The tempo found here is mostly upbeat with some nice slower tunes thrown in to make a very good balance. This group makes old sounds seem very fresh and also provides a solid party tone throughout. Some of my favorite tracks here include: "Born to Die", "Bite My Tongue", "Luckiest Man", "Better Luck Next Time", "Bad Boy", "So Wild", "Yes I Can't", 'I Got Made", and "Of Madness I Dream". My favorite lyrics here are found in "I Got Made", with "I live for today/I live for today/cuz tomorrow always seems/too far away". All in all, there is not a bad tune here and I have already ordered another Khan and the Shrines from Amazon to keep this party going! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! SMRZ!!
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Crafty blend of psych, garage-rock, pop and soul 18 septembre 2013
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Idle since 2007's What Is?!, King Khan's garage-soul band is back with an album that adds a bit of genre-blending finesse to their early raw power. The title doesn't actually refer to the band's hiatus, but instead to an indigenous sovereignty movement that struck a resonant chord with Khan. More largely, the reference signals the latent social criticism embedded beneath the album's rock 'n' soul surface. The commentary is in the lyrics, but you'll have to hear it through a tasty mix of Love-inspired psych, Flamin' Groovies-styled rock, Memphis-flavored horns and West Coast sunshine-pop. Khan fits these together with a naturalness that belies their disparate origins, and his vocals are equally at home on soul ballads as they are on psych-tinged garage stompers. This isn't as raw as the band's earlier releases, nor is it as heavy on the funk or punk, but the seamless mix of psych, pop and garage is a fair trade for those willing to hear the band do something new. [©2013 Hyperbolium]
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Smashing 17 avril 2014
Par Jordan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Insanely good songs. Really well crafted and they wear well. I keep coming back to this one over and over since picking it up some 6 months ago or so. If you love old soul and R&B chestnuts from the mid-60s, and prefer it on the raw side, this is the s**.
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