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  • CD (20 septembre 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Georges le 9 septembre 2012
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Night Beat est enregistré en 1963, peut être le dernier puisque Sam Cooke décède en 1964. Ce disque est un mélange de gospel, de soul et comme toujours en ce qui concerne Sam Cooke, la réalisation est sans faille et la voix magique.
J'aime particulièrement "Nobody Knows The trouble I've Seen, Little Red Rooster, You Gotta Move, Please Don't Drive Me Away" et une version très surprenante de "Shake Rattle & Roll"
Excellent disque.
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Par rama le 29 septembre 2015
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Sam Cooke: Classic Late Night Soul , Best-Ever Sound 13 mars 2006
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As the late, great critic Robert Palmer wrote in the liner notes to the 1995 edition of "Night Beat," this beautiful album is something of an anomaly in Sam Cooke's career, which evolved from the Soul Stirrers' classic gospel through a series of mostly terrific hit singles (see "The Man and His Music") and a pair of very different live albums (get the "Harlem Square Club" set) and his own record label (which issued sides by Bobby Womack and the Valentinos, Johnnie Taylor, and many others, collected on the excellent "SAR Records Story"). Until shortly before his death in December 1964 the market for Cooke's music would have been almost exclusively a singles market, but by then the artist had become aware of Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, and as "Night Beat" reveals would certainly have adapted to the emerging emphasis on the album as artistic statement.

"Night Beat" was recorded over several sessions in February 1963, with a small group including guitarists Rene Hall, Barney Kessell, and Clif White, the legendary West Coast drummer Hal Blaine, organist Billy Preston and pianist Ray Johnson.

The material combines original adaptations of r & b and blues classics as well as new material by Cooke and longtime partner/mentor J.W. Alexander. Cooke's musical and vocal conception is utterly fresh and original, so this is never quite a blues set nor a soul album in any conventional sense. What it remains more than forty years after Cooke's death is compelling and hauntingly intimate. "Night Beat" has a timeless aspect, even more than some of the artist's finest pop single productions, and more than hints at the emotional depth that would dazzle and resonate so convincingly on "A Change Is Gonna Come" (from his 1964 album "Ain't That Good News"). "Night Beat" is to my ears Cooke's most consistent studio work.

Others have complained about this marvelous 2005 master. In fact, the tape hiss is evident simply because it IS such a fine transfer (by Bob Ludwig, who also did a superlative job on the Rolling Stones' Abkco and Virgin remasters). To remove it, as was done on the 'cleaner' 1995 edition, would also remove and distort subtle musical and vocal information. I wholeheartedly recommend the 2005 edition, a great improvement over the earlier CD. You will be in the room with Sam and his fine band. (And, as a bonus all of the artwork from the original front cover has been restored as well.)
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Essential Sam Cooke = ESSENTIAL music 16 avril 2008
Par Andre 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
... I would prefer to shut up and just have you listen to this (but then you wouldn't have a review, so here we go).
There never was and probably never will be another singer like Sam Cooke. His terrific voice, his unsurpassed ability to bring feelings across, even in those pre-video days, pre surround and what not days, just through old radios and vinyl, is pure genius.
This album has "just" 12 songs, a few musicians and then of course The Voice, Sam Cooke. As the title suggests, mostly slow tunes, somewhere between blues and gospel, with a piano (or organ) as main support. Sam never needed more. A very personal recording, as if sung just for you.
Sam Cooke knew exactly what he wanted and as far as I can judge he was his own best critic.
Barney Kessel on guitar, Ray Johnson piano, Billy Preston organ, Clifford Hill bass, Hal Blaine drums.
This blew Ray Charles away - you need better advice? Get it!!!

(one small note on the different editions: as long as you buy one that has 12 songs and Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen as a first and Shake Rattle And Roll as the last you're on the safe side. I have both the 01 and the 05 edition. One has a little more tape hiss and the other one a slightly less prominent instrumentation. Personally I prefer the 05 one mastered by Bob Ludwig)
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Magnificent late-night soul 21 novembre 2001
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Format: CD
First of all, it is wonderful to see that this classic soul album is back in print. I had to search for quite some time to find it, so its return will make it easily available to soul fans new and old.
This album is widely hailed as Sam Cooke's most intimate, soulful piece of work. It is miles apart from his pop-oriented, somewhat fluffy (but still wonderful in their own way) hits that most people instantly would recognize (Wonderful World, Cupid, etc.). Instead, the songs here return to Cooke's gospel and R&B roots--raw emotion, passion, and conviction to go with his trademark melliflous tones. Cooke is surrouned by a marvelous band (including Billy Preston on organ) whose accompaniment provides minimal, but always tasteful instrumentation. Cooke's vocal performance is astounding technically and often deeply moving throughout. The songs are rock solid, and the performance captivating.
If you are new to soul music, this cd would be highly recommended as a great place to begin building a collection. If you are a fan of soul and R&B, it's simply an essential purchase.
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Five-Star Soul 31 décembre 2001
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Format: CD
This is the definitive Sam Cooke album, which is unfortunate considering that it was released just prior to his untimely demise. It is a late-night R&B set of well-known standards with a couple of originals penned by the late great soul singer himself. Every track on this album is pure ear candy, made even more so with gorgeous remastered sound. Not only does Cooke's voice ring loud and clear through a good set of speakers, but the little instrumental nuances of the session musicians are also enhanced for greater effect, a good example being the "barks" and "howls" from Billy Preston's organ on "Little Red Rooster".
It's a real blessing to see this classic soul album reissued for the new millennium so that generations of music lovers both young and old can sample it for themselves and admire the exploits of a highly gifted, yet tragically short-lived talent.
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Bluesy for late-night boozy 27 septembre 2004
Par Nicholas Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Very hard to trundle out enough superlatives for this one. The spacious, full sound of this new remastering is warm and inviting, as well it should be. Cooke's singing is uncanny, not of this world in its beauty. Funnily enough, his voice lightened

with the years: compare a 1954 side of his with one from this album (1964)and check out how his style evolved over the years, how much more subtle and understated his phrasing became. so often in his earlier work he exhibits the superb control that allows him to surge through a longish phrase, which is exhilarating. But here, in "Night Beat", his approach is more conversational, expecially in the ballads and the mid-tempo Blues numbers. He makes his breaths into caesuras, makes them an integral part of his phrasing, which makes for very compelling listening. And the band - featuring a young Billy Preston - is absolutely marvellous. Again, the pervading qualities are delicacy and precision, which is not to imply that these guys don't get into a good gut-bucket soul groove.

They swing like hell, in fact. This is, in short, a classic,

a gem. It's one of those records that transcends genre categories, simply because of the caliber of the musicianship.

Sheer artistry is the order of the day. You MUST buy this disc!
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