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  • CD (15 mars 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B004K9HIXO
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Descriptions du produit

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  1. Cruel To Be Kind
  2. Cracking Up
  3. Big Kick, Plain Scrap
  4. American Squirm
  5. Born Fighter
  6. You Make Me
  7. Skin Deep
  8. Switchboard Susan
  9. Endless Greay Ribbon
  10. Without Love
  11. Dose Of You
  12. Love So Fine
  13. Basing Street (Bonus Track)

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superbe 1er album de nick lowe avec toujours ce mélange de blues de rock avec un peu de reggae et des influences country américaine et pop..du pub rock à son meilleur ! je conseil également l'acquisition du 2ème album remasterisé avec 10 bonus tracks..aussi bon que celui-là !
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HASH(0x943e1be8) étoiles sur 5 The LOWEst! 11 novembre 2002
Par Gregor von Kallahann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A local radio station specializing in music of the 60s, 70s and 80s (after recently dropping its 50s playlist and "Oldies" tag) included Nick Lowe and his "Cruel to Be Kind" on a recent "One Hit Wonders" weekend. Technically, that's true I guess. But for those of us whose perspective on rock music goes a bit further than the U.S. Top Forty, Nick Lowe deserves a little more respect and recognition than this benighted station was bestowing.
Anyone with at least a passing knowledge of rock history knows that Nick Lowe was a seminal figure in late 70s New Wave. As a producer, solo artist and band member (Rockpile), his contribution to that underappreciated genre (more tuneful than straight-on punk, truer to the spirit of rock 'n' roll than all that arena rock junk) cannot be emphasized enough. As good a songwriter and performer as Elvis Costello or Joe Jackson, he never got the recognition he deserved--at least on this side of the Big Pond.
"Cruel To Be Kind" was indeed pure pop for now (and "then") people, but the album itself was much rockier, and thematically edgier than the hit single might imply. "Born Fighter," "Switchboard Susan," and "Skin Deep" are bristling rockers. "Big Kick, Plain Scrap," a cooler, slower talk-song is a fairly frank, non-condemnatory drug song (not TOTALLY condemnatory anway) which probably didn't exactly enhance the likelihood of the album's getting more extensive airplay. Neither do the numerous not-so-ambiguous double-entendres in any number of songs on the record.
Nick Lowe seems to be enjoying a comeback of sorts as a dapper elder statesman of rock 'n' roll. I caught him at a festival last summer on his tour backing THE CONVINCER. The audience didn't need much convincing, however. As rockers go, Nick Lowe is the genuine article. If you're a newcomer to his music LABOUR OF LUST is a great place to start. But don't stop there. There's a whole catalog of material from the 80s and 80s to explore. And maybe...just maybe...someone will see fit to release his first solo record PURE POP FOR NOW PEOPLE on CD sometime in the near future.
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HASH(0x943e500c) étoiles sur 5 A unique pop-rock classic 10 août 2000
Par bruce horner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It says something about the state of the world that this classic pop-rock album is now apparently available only as an import. According to the track listing, this import includes "Endless Grey Ribbon", a B-side ballad not on the U.S. release, but lacks "American Squirm" one of the best songs on the album. If this is true it would be a shame, but if you can't find a used vinyl copy this is still worth it. If the freak hit "Cruel To Be Kind" drove you crazy in 1979-80, songs such as "Cracking Up" or "Dose of You" or "Love So Fine" should take the curse off, and are each worth the price of admission alone. Layered acoustic and electric guitars, snappy melodies, excellent drumming, hooks galore, and (this being Nick Lowe) double entendres, puns and sick jokes all make for a hugely enjoyable, obsessively replayable album. Aside from "Cruel To Be Kind" Lowe's brand of pop irony never caught on with the public, but critics at the time assumed he would continue to release albums of this level of quality. Eleven years later, he did, with Party of One.
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HASH(0x943e5084) étoiles sur 5 The Lust of Labour 1 décembre 2001
Par Thymiane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There is nothing more perfect than that "two minute" beauty. Mr. McMannes said it was easy to write the lengthy drone, but to create the perfect two minute song, well that is brilliance.
I have never understood why Nick Lowe was never embraced as a PopGod kind of guy. Who else writes the best pure pop for now people?
I came to the conclusion that we (ok, society) simply cannot embrace perfection, even broken, while pure and alive.
As usual, the Grand Poets universally embraced all had to die first.
Well, consider your first pilgrimage to a future grave.
But have fun along the way and buy this album.
Even tonight, in a STORE, I heard "Cracking Up," but not from Nick.
It was simply grand.
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HASH(0x943e5414) étoiles sur 5 Great Rockpile CD 12 décembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jesus of Cool was a jukebox, spinning out a series of perfectly crafted - and decidedly quirky and subversive - pop singles. In contrast, Nick Lowe's second album, Labour of Lust, is the work of a bar band, in this case Rockpile, playing the hell out of the same type of songs. Naturally, the result is a more coherent sound that may be a little less freewheelingly eclectic, but it is no less brilliant. Recorded simultaneously with Dave Edmunds' Repeat When Necessary, Labour of Lust benefits from the muscular support of Rockpile, who make Lowe's songs crackle with vitality. Working primarily in the roots rock vein of Brinsley Schwarz but energizing his traditionalist tendencies with strong pop melodies, a sense of humor, and an edgy new wave sensibility, Lowe comes up with one of his best sets of songs. Not only is his only hit, the propulsively hook-laden "Cruel to Be Kind," here, but so are the rampaging outsider anthem "Born Fighter," the tongue-in-cheek, Chuck Berry-style "Love So Fine," the wonderful pure pop of "Dose of You," the haunting "Endless Grey Ribbon," the druggy "Big Kick, Plain Scrap!," and the terrific "Cracking Up," as well as his definitive version of Mickey Jupp's "Switchboard Susan." It's an exceptional collection of inventive pop songs, delivered with vigor and energy, making it one of the great records of the new wave. - Stephen Thomas, AMG
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HASH(0x943e1e04) étoiles sur 5 Still Lustful After All These Years 7 avril 2011
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Nick Lowe's second brilliant solo album was a less quirky but more solidly written album than his "Jesus Of Cool (aka Pure Pop for Now People)". Lowe also upped the dynamic by bringing his Rockpile pals onboard. Where "Cool" was a delightful album on almost every front, Lowe was a one man band on that go around. Having Dave Edmunds, Terry Williams and Billy Bremmer in the studio made for better chemistry and that made all the difference.

"Labour" also has Lowe's two biggest singles, including his lone American hit, "Cruel To Be Kind." Coming off as muscular Motown with guitars, "Cruel To Be Kind" jangles along as the doot-doot chorus makes for great sing-along. The one song Lowe didn't write, "Switchboard Susan," is a chuckler of the best grade, making all sorts of telephone man jokes like "when I'm with you girl, I get an extension...and I don't mean Alexander Graham Bell's invention." With Lowe's naturally Beatle-esque vocal abilities, he gets away with such silliness, including "Dose Of You."

As meticulous as Lowe is with production, "Labour's" new remaster is terrific. Edmunds' guitar now crackles on "Born Fighter" and "Switchboard Susan." Both the odd tracks between the US and UK version are present, along with an extra B-Side ("Basing Street"). From the stateside version, "American Squirm," and from the English, "Endless Grey Ribbon." "Squirm" is also unusual in that it features Elvis Costello and The Attractions' Pete Thomas. Huey Lewis (a pal of Lowe's before forming The News) blows a mean harmonica on "Born Fighter." And finally, Will Birch from fellow 80's popsters The Records and now a biographer contributes a good essay and interview with Lowe.

"Labour Of Lust" sounds so grand and brings back memories of just how great Lowe is as a solo artist that I'm now hoping for more of his 80's albums start showing up. Especially "The Abominable Showman" and "His Cowboy Outfit."
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