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  • Broché: 254 pages
  • Editeur : ECW Press,Canada; Édition : Original (10 septembre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1550228757
  • ISBN-13: 978-1550228755
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,6 x 15 x 22,6 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par BAGRATION COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR on 27 juillet 2012
Format: Broché
Rick Rubin, dont l'apparence tient d'Agrid, du Yéti de "Tintin au Tibet" et de Depardieu avant un régime "ad hoc", producteur du RHCP et d'un certain nombre de groupes issus des Forges de Pluton, attrape par le colbac Johnny Cash, l'enferme dans un studio et va se coller de l'autre côté de la vitre....Rencontre improbable, disques fantastiques...
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Hagiography constructed from existing interviews 19 août 2009
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Author Jake Brown seems to have synthesized this book almost entirely from other people's interviews with Rubin, his mentors and partners, and the broad range of musicians with whom he's worked. The only new interview Brown lists in his extensive bibliography is with Rubin's early protégé George Drakoulias. The bulk of the book is a series of quotes artfully selected and stitched together from newspapers, music magazines and websites. Brown's research is extensive, and organized into coherently themed chapters the material paints a broad-brush portrait of Rubin. But with only one original interview, Brown adds few new insights to the record.

Brown neither interviewed Rubin, nor actually watched him work, nor - other than Drakoulias - appears to have spoken with anyone who worked with Rubin. The quotes are all presented at face value, with no dissenting or contrasting opinions, and by sampling from other people's interviews, Brown robs himself of the opportunity to interact with the sources and ask specific follow-up questions. He cleverly synthesizes conversational back-and-forth between principals (e.g., Rubin and Johnny Cash) by weaving together quotes from multiple sources, but in the end it's a simulation rather than real-life interplay, and though a nice writing trick, it's not satisfying.

The existing materials that Brown could find, or his own personal interests, color the depth and breadth of the book's coverage. Individual chapters on Public Enemy, Mick Jagger and the Dixie Chicks are short and shallow, while multiple chapters on the Red Hot Chili Peppers wander away from Rubin into fetishistic, over-long explorations of guitarist John Frusciante's equipment. There are a few obvious typos, such as the use of "peak" in place of "pique," and at least one ill-chosen presumption: the Metallica documentary Some Kind of Monster is mentioned without explaining why it would have made Rubin nervous - those who've never seen the film are left in the dark.

Readers are left to synthesize the larger themes from Brown's reporting. Rubin emerges from the quotes as a transformative figure that brought rap to the mainstream, revitalized rock production, resuscitated moribund and damaged musical careers, and pried mature artists from their ruts. The diligence of his pre-production, particularly his focus on selecting and preparing material, is shown to free musicians to be emotional performers in the studio rather than technical craftsmen. Rubin himself is only rarely glimpsed in the studio, a by-product of both his working method and Brown's method as a writer, but he's pictured as listening intently and nudging (or jolting) artists with his ideas.

Drawing views from multiple sources might give readers a chance to triangulate on Rubin, but the vantage points are often too similar to create real dimension. The sampling of quotes doesn't bring the author, and thus the reader, close enough to really feel Rubin's character. The numerous in-line citations, laudable for their accuracy in accreditation, leave the reader feeling one step removed from the book's subject. The breadth of Brown's research shows a deep passion for Rubin's work (particularly with the Red Hot Chili Peppers) that would have paid greater dividends via first-person access to the producer. [©2009 hyperbolium dot com]
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Not even finished and I love this book 19 août 2009
Par D. Gluckman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've never written a review on Amazon before, but this book has compelled me to do so. I had no idea Rubin produced so many records for so many different artists. I think we all know his hip-hop and metal roots, starting Def Jam, etc., so it was really cool to read about his production with Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, even the Dixie Chicks.

What turned me on to this book was the notion that I'd get an insider's look into how Rubin produces, what the vibe was like in the studio, and how he approached each artist. I got what I wanted. Great read, all around. As my title says, I'm not even finished with the book and I love it.

Another reviewer remarked that the author strung together quotes from various magazines, newspapers, etc., and that's true. Rubin isn't interviewed, and while that would've been an amazing touch, I don't necessarily know if he needed to be interviewed. The book chronicles Rubin's history as a producer; sure it'd be great to hear from the man himself, but the bands, engineers, and everyone else who's quoted in the book do a pretty good job of describing Rubin's work ethic, and how he simply listens to a song and decides on the spot what it needs to be improved.

If you're looking for a glimpse into Rick Rubin's work/career... this book should be right up your alley. I should note that I'm a 24 year old male (for demographic purposes, you know). And just a quick comment... it's probably true that I'm a fan of several artists Rubin's worked with, so that definitely helped with such a positive review of the book.
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So-So 12 avril 2012
Par Nolander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book contains no interviews or quotes from Rick Rubin. It's pretty much just a summary of his work. It's not very in-depth regarding his recording process, which is what I was hoping for. It more just catalogues the producer's career. The same information can be found for free on Wikipedia.
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press clippings 16 août 2013
Par David Rosen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
this is just pulled together from press clipping and such. little insight and a bit boring. surprising because rubin is such a fascinating character. some good historical background and little else.
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great book 27 mars 2012
Par joshua newborn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A tell all, play by play of a music mastermind, covering the entire span of this mans incredible life. The book gives just enough details about the process he works with, with out making the story too technical and dull.
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