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Risin' with the Blues
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Risin' with the Blues

1 janvier 2006 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 1 janvier 2006
  • Date de sortie: 1 janvier 2006
  • Label: ZOHO
  • Copyright: 2006 ZOHO Music L.L.C.
  • Durée totale: 53:50
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  • ASIN: B002EHFN1S
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 46.451 en Albums (Voir les 100 premiers en Albums)

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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Le chat bleu TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 26 juin 2010
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Difficile de parler de Ike Turner, tellement son image est fixée en mari violent et manipulateur par le film hagiographique consacré à son ex-femme : Tina - Édition Spéciale. Film hollywoodien qui fut réalisé lorsque Ike Turner purgeait une peine de prison.

Cet album est le meilleur à être paru depuis la séparation du couple mythique, les deux carrières confondues. Ne voulant pas verser dans le rock FM consensuel comme Tina, l' ancien accompagnateur de Howlin'Wolf et de Elmore James, et accessoirement l' un des pionniers du rock des années 50 avec les Kings of Rhythm, rafraîchit le blues ("Caldonia" et "Eighteen Long Years"), le mâtine de funk ("Tease Me" et "I Don't Want Nobody"), l' agrémente d' une reprise de Fats Domino ("Goin' Home Tomorrow"), le teinte de sonorités jazzy (les instrumentaux "Jazzy Fuzzy", "Senor Blues" et "After Hours"), de country ("Big Fat Mama"). Ajouter à cela que sa guitare n' a jamais aussi bien « sonné », qu' il est, on l' oublie souvent, un excellent pianiste et qu' il chante avec une voix vicelarde, rigolarde et communicative à tel point que l' on se demande pourquoi il voulait une chanteuse à ses côtés ? Même si c' est l' une des meilleures.
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Get up and LISTEN! 10 janvier 2007
Par Gary Birshtein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is one of best blues albums I've heard in years. Ike Turner is a true legend, genius and innovator.

I was fortunate to see him live in 2001 at Burnaby Blues Festival in Canada where he was promoting his 2001 release "Here and Now". I must admit that when you see Ike Turner live you know that you are in the presence of one of a kind. His stage presence and intensity is just as remarkable as his guitar and piano skills.

The new album is a MUST own (just as much as "Here and Now"). The sample tracks on Amazon can give you some idea but definitely don't do justice to a full sound and heavy base on this album. When you realize that at 75 Ike was able to produce such high quality product, you wish him another 200 years of music career.

Enjoy it!
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serious, sensitive yet forceful vocals that totally blow me away 12 décembre 2007
Par Matthew G. Sherwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Risin' With The Blues won Ike Turner a Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album for 2007; and predictably Ike sings some mighty great tunes on this album. Critics write that his vocals are "raw" and potent"--and wow, are they ever right! Ike Turner fans will love this one for sure!

"Caldonia," a tribute to Louis Jordan, swings and rocks and Ike sings this to perfection. The piano arrangement is great and Ike belts this out like the pro that he is! I really like "Caldonia" a lot. Listen also for "Goin' Home Tomorrow;" Ike sings this with his heart and soul as the musicians play a rousing arrangement. Ike sings the blues here better than ever; and his voice is in great form! Moreover, there's "I Don't Want Nobody;" this rockin' bluesy tune will not disappoint you. Ike sings this out strong and things like the harmonica enhance the number as Ike sings.

There are other tracks on this album that are well worth attention. "A Love Like Yours' is a stunning bluesy number featuring Ike's vocals squarely in the foreground and the female backup vocalists support Ike really well. "Eighteen Long Years" gives us another strong performance by Ike; he sings this passionately as if this was his own personal experience.

"Rockin' Blues" rocks slowly with a good touch of the blues; listen for Ike to perform this with style; and "Big Fat Momma" has a great country rockin' beat. Ike doesn't miss a note on "Big Fat Momma," either! It's THAT good.

Overall, this album by Ike Turner scores a goal in my book. It's a must-have. I felt compelled to write this review because I know that Ike passed away earlier today. His music, on the other hand, will live on with us forever.
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Menacing 3 juillet 2007
Par Sasha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
With the whole wide world against him,its really wonder Ike Turner is still recording.Not only recording,man kicks with such unexpected fire,passion and snarl that its impossible not to rock along with his music.What was just a curiosity to hear his new album,immediately turned to awe and joy - forget everything else you read or heard and if you can listen with ears open,this album is a BLAST!Althought he started in stone age of rock,there is nothing old fashioned here - production is modern,sound crisp and music excellent.Best of all,Turner (who has never been much of a singer before) somehow turns his big-bad-wolf-with-scars persona into surprisingly expressive voice,he sounds completely believable on each single song and knowing his earlier work,Im glad to hear that particular bluesy sound still alive and so full of life."Caldonia" ia of course tribute to his idol Louis Jordan (Turner paid his hospital bills when he found jordan was down on luck),"Going home tomorrow" a nod to Fats Domino and "Big Fat mama" reminder that blues and country are very much two faces of same coin (as his early recordings show,Turner could play country with the best of them)."A love like yours" is of course old Phil Spector chesnutt and and surprisingly soft spot for Turner who recordeds and performs it often,but there is also "Jesus loves me" where he bleeds and dares to point at his critics:"Point your fingers at me,you should take a look at yourself".Its clearly one of my favourite new albums and every musician I talked to loves it.How strange that he would prove to be more vital and interesting than his superstar ex-wife who for the past 20 years lives basically on charisma,but her music is not as half as fun as this!
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Back To The "Rocket 88" 27 juin 2007
Par Alfred Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, Ike Turner was hell on Tina. Yes, he is probably not a guy you want to have a drink with. But, hell you sure can listen to his blues (and earlier with Tina, rhythm and blues) work here. I knew all of Ike and Turner's work at one time back in the days. I saw Ike resurface on Martin Scorseses' blues series on PBS and got interested again after hearing his hot riff of the classic Rocket 88. Here he seems to have captured some of that same energy reworking some of the classics (including his own). Okay, maybe you have to hold your nose about his personal life but lend an ear to this.

Revised December 30, 2008 on re-listening to this CD.

I have mentioned the recently departed Ike Turner's rough and tumble drug-induced later lifestyle and his problems with ex-wife Tina Turner elsewhere in this space so there is no need to repeat that here. I have also mentioned Ike's key role as `talent spotter' in the 1950's for Chess Records (and Sun Records Sam Phillips, I believe) and his pivotal role in the early move from R&B to rock & roll with the super-classic hit "Rocket 88". Thus, his place in musical history (with the appropriate asterisks) is secure. And should be.

"Risin' with the Blues" is a late effort (2006) where Ike goes out in front and does many of the lead vocals, some successfully some not. The instrumental work is excellent, as is to be expected on a Turner platter. But, to be honest, not all of the vocals made me want to jump, which I assume was Ike's intention here since some of the works are tributes to those like Louis Jordan who influenced the young Ike Turner. That said, his version of "Eighteen Long Years" (usually five in most versions but the number is used as a dig at Tina) is fine, as is "Big Fat Mama" and "Rockin' Blues". We part company, however, on "Jesus Loves Me" his musical retort to Tina's charges in her book and in the movie.

You know what, go out and get some early Ike and the Rhythm Kings then you will be sure to get what Ike was all about and why he has a secure place in musical history. And remember that seminal "Rocket 88". I went crazy when I listened to it recently after not hearing it for a long time.
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Last of a Legand 13 décembre 2007
Par Old Hippie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Many in St. Louis, and around the world are in mourning for Ike Turner. Ike was not just one-half of Ike & Tina Turner; he was one of the world's great blues guitarists. To use thier own words...he was "idolized" by Bob Kuban, (in the R&R Hall of Fame for the 1966 hit 'The Cheater') Billy Peek (ex lead guitar player for the Rod Stewart Band in the '70s) and of course Chuck Berry. Yes, St. Louis is a 'Blues' town. And today we have the blues.

Ike Turner's actual music career began in earnest in the late-1940s where he formed a group whom he christened The Kings of Rhythm. In 1951, the band recorded what historians have debated as "the first rock and roll record" with "Rocket 88".
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