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Page Artiste Roxy Music

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  • CD (11 mars 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Edge J26181
  • ASIN : B00134O13Y
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Manifesto (Live)
  2. Angel Eyes (Live)
  3. Trash (Live)
  4. Out Of The Blue (Live)
  5. A Song For Europe (Live)
  6. Still Falls The Rain (Live)
  7. Ain't That So (Live)
  8. Stronger Through The Years (Live)
  9. Ladytron (Live)
  10. In Every Dream Home A Heartache (Live)
  11. Love Is The Drug (Live)
  12. Do The Strand (Live)
  13. Re-Make / Re-Model (Live)

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HASH(0x96572fb4) étoiles sur 5 Ah, nattering naybobs of negativism... 25 juin 2003
Par William E. Pierce IV - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I think y'all missed the point when you compare 2001's LIVE to '70's-era VIVA: If Roxy Music music was unique for anything back in the '70s, it was in the ability to "feed the fire" while playing it cool. Thirty years later, for those of us who've grown and, along the way, re-defined the definition of "cool", Roxy Music overwhelmingly succeeded in their 2001 tour. Rather than take the tact of other "oldies" acts who tour these days in order to recreate (dredge up) the music, Roxy Music instead recreated themselves to fit a new era and fans' new definition of cool. Their fan base (and the world) certainly has higher expectations for concerts. Roxy Music still knows how to create a spectacle and to be spectacular. Best of all, they brought the music right along with them: it is still fresh and engaging. The musicianship was superlative, and the overall impact is actually more compelling than some studio versions of the songs. The support personnel only added to the spectacle. The speeded-up versions of songs only add to the excitement. This CD convinced me to buy the DVD, which convinced me to go see them when they tour again. We've seen a number of formerly-great rock bands hit the road over the past few summers. Most were content to stir fond memories. Roxy Music LIVE proves that the band set out to stir the embers until the fire re-ignited. In so doing, the new music and performances are memorable in and of themselves!
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HASH(0x96598af8) étoiles sur 5 Live, Indeed! 7 juin 2003
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
(This review is for the "Live" album released in 2002--NOT for "Live at Rainbow Music" which amazon has for some strange reason combined with "Live")Live

Culled from performances all around the world, Live captures the band having a blast with their past. Ferry, Manzanera, Mackay and Thompson are supplemented by Lucky Wilkins (more than ably filling in for former keyboardist/violinist Eddie Jobson), guitar wiz Chris Spedding, Colin Good on keyboards, Zak Katz on bass and Julia Thornton on backing vocals/keyboards.

Now, you may wonder, "why should I pick this up when I have the DVD Live at the Apollo?". Good question. Live at the Apollo consists of roughly the same songs (although the CD has very romantic reading of More Than This and a powerful, clever reading of their classic If There Is Something not available on the DVD), the performances are different. There aren't huge differences (Roxy's music was always very carefully arranged)but many of the solos by Manzanera, Spedding and Mackay differ significantly enough to make this a must have for a Roxy fan. Additionally, while I'm not usually a fan of compilation live CDs (they lack the organic energy of a single performance), the tracks selected clearly were among the best from thetour. I'm just sad that the band didn't select anything from their Northern California appearence.

This isn't a perfect series of performances or CD. Ferry's lost much of his upper register (not a surprise given the passage of time, number of recordings and tours he's done over the years). Still, range isn't everything. What Ferry has lost in range, he's more than made up for it his improved reading of the songs. Ferry was always a gifted interpreter of both his own and other's material. He gives a strong performance on this CD and the DVD.

Manzanera and Spedding are inspired throughout. Mackay's sublime sax playing particularly on the expanded version of Tara (featuring Lucy Wilkins' violin as a counterpoint to the piano and Mackay's sax)is among his most inspired performances. The backing vocals of Thornton, Sarah Brown and Yanick Etienne are nicely arranged (unlike the performance of "The Sirens" on the VIVA album fromthe 1976). Their lush vocals add a substanial amount of depth to Mother of Pearl as well as later period Roxy material.

The expanded line up works wonders. Because of the depth and variety of Roxy's back catalog, the band requires additional members to bring all their material to life. Admittedly, it really isn't required (their performances from their 1979 tour documented on a number of bootlegs and a legit live release with only a 5 piece line up is terrific), but it brings additional depth to some of the early material as well as the later, more layered songs.

The sound is uniformly excellent making this THE live disc to own. Since it's a career overview, it also touches on both hits (in both England and America)as well as key popular album tracks. I was thrilled to hear Street Life alongside Ladytron and Avalon. There is also a CD-Rom live version of Both Ends Burning drawn from the Live At The Apollo sessions as an added bonus.

While it isn't noted anywhere on the CD, this appears to be another SACD/HDCD hybrid as it has the dual layers and gold reflective coating that appears on those CDs.(which means it can be played on normal CD players but has enhanced sound on a SACD player). While I don't care for the digipak packaging, it doesn't detract from the overall quality of this release.

Most reunion concerts smack of an attempt to cash in on the past or, at the very least, playing on an audience's memory and good will. The Roxy 2001 tour presented the band in top form and they were clearly enjoying themselves which is aparent from the inspired performances and choice of material. Live presents the band reinventing themselves and not just strolling down memory lane. The only thing missing is some new material. Given Ferry, Manzanera and Mackay's outside interests, that wasn't a possibility. Perhaps they'll reunite and try their hand at collaborating on new material soon. Based on Live the old magic hasn't deserted them.
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HASH(0x9657f9fc) étoiles sur 5 Roxy Music: Aging Gracefully in the World of Rock n Roll 6 juin 2003
Par Rochambeau Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This long-awaited, double-disc set is the perfect souvenir of the now legendary, much-anticipated 2001 reunion tour of ROXY MUSIC. Besides being a wonderful live document of a phenomenal band, what these two discs do, more than anything, is reaffirm ROXY MUSIC's place as one of the most influential bands in rock and roll history.
Each one of the songs is taken from a dozen or so different shows along the tour. This adds to the energy and excitement of the performance. In fact, all in all, the band sounds more intense and refreshed (particularly Ferry) here than they do on the live DVD of the concert in London which came out last fall. Another treat not found on the DVD are two ROXY MUSIC classics heard here: "If There is Something" and "More Than This."
It's hard to believe that some of these songs date back over thirty years ago! They still sound as groundbreaking and wild as ever. In fact, some of the later, more mellow ROXY MUSIC songs ("Oh Yeah" and "Dance Away," in particular) benefit from some updating and sound even better than they did twenty-some-odd years ago.
On these discs, they sound much better than they did on "Heart Still Beating," a live disc taken from their AVALON tour of 1982. It's safe to say that Ferry, along with original members Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera and Paul Thompson have acheived what most rock veterans only dream of- they have grown old gracefully and still sound amazing!
Though their landmark, 1976 live album, "Viva" still stands as THE perfect live document of the band, "Live" benefits from being a double-disc set and includes all their greatest hits.
As I type this review, it has just been announced that ROXY MUSIC is hitting the road this summer, yet again. Rumor has it that there are some dates in NYC lined up already. One listen to these two CD's should make any ROXY MUSIC fan want to pay top dollar to see them!
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HASH(0x9657fbc4) étoiles sur 5 Tour de Roxy 12 décembre 2004
Par Jeffrey A. Obrien - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Roxy's comeback was a triumph - even given the lack of new material, given the great musicianship, the energy to put on a fantastical show, and the cool vibes all around. This disc is from the same tour of the DVD, but the songs are not taken from the same performances and there are songs not on the DVD. A must have for Roxy fans and amongst the very best live albums ever made.
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HASH(0x9657fbb8) étoiles sur 5 Magical 2 janvier 2011
Par Ken P. Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
WE saw this tour in 2001, at an outside venue overlooking the Boston Harbor on a warm Summer night. The musicians were all top notch and the show was magical, the show's ending was poignant, with everyone walking off the stage one at a time......We highly recommend this CD package as it captures that very special tour in it's entirety.
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