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  • CD (16 juin 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Fantasy Concord
  • ASIN : B0026IZR3Y
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Feel
  2. The ballad of el goodo
  3. In the street
  4. Thirteen
  5. Don't lie to me
  6. The india song
  7. When my baby's beside me
  8. My life is right
  9. Give me another chance
  10. Try again
  11. Watch the sunrise
  12. St 110/6
  13. In the street
  14. O my soul
  15. Life is white
  16. Way out west
  17. What's going ahn
  18. You get what you deserve
  19. Mod lang
  20. Back of a car
  21. Daisy glaze
  22. She's a mover
  23. September gurls
  24. Morpha too
  25. I'm in love with a girl
  26. O my soul


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Création du grand et torturé Alex Chilton (ex-Box Tops, le chanteur de "the letter"), ce combo auteur de trois albums avant de sombrer dans une indifférence scandaleuse est le grand créateur du genre powerpop, croisement entre l'énergie des Who et des Byrds et le génie mélodique des Beatles. Ce disque regroupe les deux premiers albums de Big Star, le guitariste, chanteur et co-leader Chris Bell ayant claqué la porte entre les deux. Le disque "n° 1" alterne des chansons nerveuses, sèches et électriques, très rock("Don't lie to me"), de magnifiques chansons pop mélancoliques comme "india Song" et des ballades poignantes comme "the ballad of El Goodo" et "Thirteen". Sur Radio City, plus sombre et complexe, c'est Chilton qui règne en maître et signe deux merveilles avec "Back of a car" et "September Gurls". Sans Big Star, pas de Plimsouls, de Shoes, de Cars, de Posies, et même de REM. Un classique à acheter absolument. A noter enfin pour les téléphages : ils reconnaîtront dans la chanson "In the street" le générique de la série "that 70's show".
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Bien connu des spécialistes du rock et de la pop comme étant l'un des albums les plus sousestimés de l'histoire commerciale du rock, c'est tout un pan de la scene power pop et plus largement rock qui se réclame de son influence!
Au départ Chris BELL, sorte de Lennon locale s'allie au très connu et cultissime alex CHILTON, qui traumatisé par son expérience avec le box tops sombre à corps perdu dans la drogue!

Obsédé depuis toujours par la dextéritée et le savoir faire britanique ils lancent un groupe qui sera à la fois doux par les mélodie et puissant dans le rythme. Mais contrairement, à ce que beaucoup dise, la grosse étoile n'est pas l'inventeur de ce style hybride (Badfinger, blue ash, stories, left Bankes, Nazz et j'en passe produisait bien avant la big star une powerpop pur jus!)
Elle reprend que les choses que des groupes tels que les beatles, zombies et who les ont laissés avec néamoins une petite novation!
L'incorporation d'une certaine country désenchanté (écouté Watch the sunrise....o' my soul,)ce qui renforce le côté américain de cette musique farouchement anglaise .
De cette gloire posthume, bien légitime, les membres du groupe n'en tirerons aucun bénéfice, mais accéderont à la légende.
Chris bell sombrera dans la dépression chronique, lachera la vie, aprés la composition de son unique album i'm in cosmos, par un fatal accident de voiture.
Chilton aprés l'édition de deux autres disques avec le groupe, poursuivra sa route dans un relatif anonymat parsemé cependant de véritable sursaut créatif!
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oui c'est vraiment un groupe à découvrir.Il faut surtout écouter la période Alex Chilton & Chris Bell à eux deux ils ont élaborés un rock inédit & aventureux pour l'époque.Ensuite ne pas hésitez à suivre la carrière d'alex chilton qui est fort intéréssante,pour ce qui est de chris bell,disparu trop jeune,il faut se procurer "I AM THE COSMOS".
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HASH(0x974ce1d4) étoiles sur 5 Here's The Truth About Their Commercial Failure 31 août 2000
Par Eric M. Van - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
No group in the history of rock 'n' roll ever put out three albums in a row more brilliant than Big Star. [Yeah, I originally said "as brilliant," but of course many bands have arguably matched them, so let's agree on a big tie at the top.] And it's hard to find any group that changed so radically as Big Star did in the span of three records. I've found that Big Star fans tend to fall into three camps:

1) Regards #1 RECORD as an all-time masterpiece, loves or likes RADIO CITY a lot, has a problem with SISTER LOVERS -- it's too acid-casualty incoherent.

2) Regards SISTER LOVERS as an all-time masterpiece, loves or likes RADIO CITY a lot, has a problem with #1 RECORD -- it's too slick and commercial.

3) Regards RADIO CITY as an all-time masterpiece and loves both the other two in their own very different ways.

And, of course, some of us are "3+" -- they're all masterpieces in my book, but RADIO CITY is the creme de la creme.

Other reviewers have done a wonderful job of describing this music and its enormous influence on indy rock. However, some have repeated the rather pernicious myth about the commercial failure of the listener-friendly #1 RECORD: that radio programmers didn't like it, that the record's sound was somehow wrong for its time.

There are folks at BILLBOARD and CASHBOX magazines who were paid well to listen to new releases and report on their commercial potential. Here's what BILLBOARD said on 9/9/72: "Each and every cut on this album has the inherent potential to become a blockbuster single. The ramifications are positively awesome." Boy, hedging their bet, huh? Here's CASHBOX a week later: "An important album that should go to the top with proper handling."

But just after the record was released, Ardent Records and its parent label, Stax, got into a distribution mess. Not only was there no promo activity at radio stations, there were no records in stores for people to buy. No radio station was going to go out on its own to play a record that wasn't in stores, no matter what the trade mags were saying. End of story. And it's impossible to understand why Alex Chilton and Chris Bell fell apart psychologically (and why Chilton has gone out of his way to be anti-commercial ever since) without knowing this part of the story.

In the spring of 1975 I was a college radio DJ. I happened to be playing "When My Baby's Beside Me" while a group of high school kids were being given a tour of the station. A bunch of them knocked on the control room door and wide-eyed and breathlessly demanded to know what the song was and who did it. So, yeah, 16 year old kids hearing #1 RECORD for the first time, back more or less when it was made, had the same jaw-dropping reaction to it that people do now. Genius is timeless. And had Big Star been signed to a major label, rock 'n' roll history would be enormously different.
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HASH(0x974d12d0) étoiles sur 5 Two of the greatest pop albums ever recorded + two bonus tracks 17 juin 2009
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So much has been written by the brilliant pop music of these two albums, that there's little left to say about the music itself. Lauded by critics and ignored by pop music buyers, Big Star became the most influential rock band never to make it commercially. Their debut album, cheekily titled "#1 Record" (1972) and its follow-up, "Radio City" (1974), were reissued in 1978 as a gatefold two-fer that pricked the ears of pop fans and collectors who'd missed their original release. The group's name would be bandied about by an ever-growing underground of in-the-know fans-turned-worshippers. The group's unreleased-at-the-time third album (alternately titled Third and Sister Lovers) appeared briefly on vinyl on the PVC label shortly thereafter. The `80s passed before a CD reissue of the seminal first two albums appeared on Big Beat in 1990. This was followed by a domestic release on Fantasy in 1992, which was paralleled by a period live FM broadcast from 1974, Big Star Live, and a CD reissue of Sister Lovers.

The attention finally brought vocalist/songwriter Alex Chilton back to his Big Star catalog, and along with original drummer Jody Stephens and the Posies' Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow, a reconstituted Big Star recorded a live album at Missouri University, Columbia. Additional reissues of the three studio albums followed, along with more archival live recordings and rehearsal tapes (Nobody Can Dance) and a studio album in 2005, In Space. The selling point of this latest reissue, aside from renewing media and retail interest in two of the greatest rock albums ever recorded, is a pair of bonus tracks. The first is the single version of "In the Street," which is an entirely different take than the album track. This version was previously reissued on a grey-market vinyl EP in the 1980s, and appeared on Ace's Thank You Friends: The Ardent Records Story. The second bonus is a single edit of "O My Soul" that shortens the original 5:35 to a radio-friendly 2:47.

The fold-out eight-panel booklet includes liner note from Brian Hogg penned in 1986 (as previously included in both Big Beat and Fantasy's earlier CDs), and shorter liner notes by Rick Clark, penned for Fantasy's previous domestic reissue. In fact, the booklet reproduces Fantasy's 1992 insert almost exactly, with the original's solicitation for a Fantasy catalog trimmed away and the two new tracks grafted onto the song listing in a font that doesn't quite match. Those who've purchased one of the many previous reissues might see if download services offer the bonuses as individual tracks; if not, buy this for yourself and give your old copy to someone yet to discover Big Star. That should hold you until Rhino's Big Star box set arrives in September. [©2009 hyperbolium dot com]
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HASH(0x974d1348) étoiles sur 5 Incalculable influence - great songs and performances 1 décembre 2003
Par Perry M. Koons - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The merits of Big Star can hardly be overstated due to the band's lasting influence on soooo many artists - an ABRIDGED list might include Tom Petty, Cheap Trick, Replacements, R.E.M., Game Theory, Bangles, Teenage Fanclub, and Jimmy Eat World. Of course, with most of these bands becoming MUCH more well known than Big Star, the influence is diminished somewhat because the original is heard AFTER the followers. Regardless, Big Star's 1st 2 albums create an essential release made even sweeter by the 2-for-1 deal, and the tunes still sound fresh listen after listen. A few songs drag a bit, to my ears anyway, but even the less enjoyable tracks like "Don't Lie To Me" and "Life Is White" are worthy due to great performances and lyrics. Along with Badfinger, Big Star is the absolute touchstone for melancholy pop songs that should have been huge hits - forming the basis for every power pop pretender to the throne. Fans of any aforementioned bands will do themselves a favor to pick this up, along with fans of absolute classics such as the Who, Beatles, and Byrds (lead genius Alex Chilton's faves).
Best Tracks:
"The Ballad Of El Goodo" - George Harrison-esque, shimmering ballad with stunning harmonies and guitars. One of the most celebrated examples of Chilton's genius.
"In The Street" - The feel-good Chris Bell classic that was used in "That 70's Show" (warning: that version was done by Cheap Trick!)
"Thirteen" - Another Chilton gem. Gorgeous acoustics, tender and somewhat striking lyrics. A great, honest portrait of youth.
"Way Out West" - Oh, those guitars... What a tune, this is the blueprint for all left of center jangle pop (and the guitar tone is frequently channeled by pop wonders such as Myracle Brah)
"Back Of A Car" - Great drumming! This song follows typical pop song structure but is quirky enough to stand out, and that chorus is to die for.
"September Gurls" - Depending on personal preference, this may edge out songs like "Surrender" and "Couldn't I Just Tell You" to be the #1 pop song EVER.
"I'm In Love With A Girl" - Heartbreaking and sweet, this is a pure and simple folksy ballad with engagingly imperfect vocals. Great album closer.
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HASH(0x974d16d8) étoiles sur 5 Music that is almost inconceivably good 9 septembre 2001
Par Robert Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Big Star is one of those rare bands that have almost been overpraised, while paradoxically have still not been praised enough. #1 RECORD/RADIO CITY really are as good as they have been portrayed. #1 RECORD features one incredible pop song after another, the work of the combined genius of Chris Bell and Alex Chilton. RADIO CITY largely lost Chris Bell as a contributor (due to profound depression), but while it differs from #1 RECORD, it is, if anything, an even better album, featuring some of the greatest songs ever penned by an American rocker. Each song on the CD is nearly perfect, and hearing one you would swear it is the highlight of the disc, only to find that the next one is just as perfect, and just as delightful. Just as an example, #1 RECORD begins with the incredible "Feel," only to move on to "El Goodo," which in turn gives way to "In the Street," which is followed by the classic teen ballad "Thirteen." Four absolutely perfect songs, each very different from the others. How can so many great songs be on a single album? And the album then moves on to other songs just as fine.
It is testimony to the greatness of these records that ten lovers of the album might have a different song as their favorite cut. My favs are "Way Out West" (with one of my all time favorite lyrics: "Sometimes, I think she'll make me forget/
What I need most to remember") "Mod Lang," and the exquisite "September Gurls," but I wouldn't quibble with someone who preferred as many as a dozen songs above those. The albums are that good.
If you don't own this album, it is imperative that you acquire a copy immediately. This is as good as any music that has been produced in the United States in the past 35 years.
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HASH(0x974d1810) étoiles sur 5 Big Star:The bridge between The Beatles and The Replacements 19 juin 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From the opening chords of "Feel" to the whistful harmonies of "I'm In Love with a Girl," this 2 albums-on-1CD is a one two punch of true power-pop. Taking its cue from mid-period Beatles and the Byrds, Big Star's first two albums are the blueprint for today's alternative rock. Hundreds of bands from The Replacements to TeenageFanclub to Matthew Sweet to The Posies to even the Bangles owe their success to this band. Poorly distributed albums and markteting misfires made what should have been America's resounding answer to Badfinger no more than myth in the making.
The first half of the disc comes from their first album, #1 Record and feature the full line up. The album, starting with kinetic energy of "feel," moves into less vitrolic waters with songs such as "My Life is Right," and "Watch the Sunrise." The one/two punch of song writers Chris Bell and Alex Chilton place their hearts in England by root their souls in their hometown of Memphis, giving them a feel that would later be called transitory in relation to college radio. These songs soar with heartache and seek for redemption--beit spiritual (Ballad of El Goodo) or emotional (Give Me Another Chance). The best of the first album may be summed up in "13," a song that aches to be heard as well as felt. Being in touch with universal truths is not an issue with Big Star.
The second half of the CD is from Radio City. By this time Chris Bell (Chilton's Partner) has gone and as a trio, the band embraces anglo-rock even futher as in the appropriatly titled "Mod Lang." Again Chilton brings beauty and grace to the listener in songs like "Daisy Glaze" or the odd "Morpha Too." Radio City contains Big Star's most "famous (?)" song, "September Gurls"--a track covered by The Bangles.
Big Star is the zero point for today's alternative crowd who lock-in with harmonies and heartache. If there was ever a band that must b! e heard, it would be Big Star.
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