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Stranded: Rock and Roll for a Desert Island [Anglais] [Broché]

Robert Christgau , Greil Marcus


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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Eclectic and Entertaining 23 mars 2009
Par Turd Furgeson - Publié sur Amazon.com
No disrespect to the two reviewers before me, but I felt the need to offer a glimpse into what this book has to offer. The premise is a simple one: If you're deserted on a desert island, which album (if you can have only one) would you want with you for eternity? It's not necessarily an all time favorite record, as many of the authors in this book will point out, but perhaps one that serves a specific purpose for the individual. Entries range from hysterical notations about albums fulfilling a more literal/physical need (Dave Marsh's Chapter on songs linked by the theme of masturbation), to a journalist's personal relationship with the Eagles' album Desperado. Hell, the longest chapter in this book is a writer defending Linda Ronstadt and all that she embodies (which admittedly was a bit tough to get through, but still pretty entertaining in its own bizarre way). Oh, by the way, this book was originally published in the late seventies, so all the albums discussed are a few decades old (not that this is at all a bad thing, but just wanted to make that clear). This is not just some book name-dropping cool albums that have plenty of credibility amongst audiophiles. Stranded is an interesting look inside people's emotional connections with particular artists and their music that will inevitably get you thinking about your desert island album, and the multitude of reasons behind your selection.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Some Good Pieces, But Not What It Pretends To Be 26 octobre 2010
Par Brian Egras - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a big fan of reading music criticism, so I was excited to hear the opinions of these (mostly) esteemed writers on a quirky topic: If you were marooned on a deserted island and able to bring one album, which would you bring? Unfortunately, only a scant few writers actually address this question. Rather, it seems to me, they just sent the editor, Greil Marcus, some piece they seemed to have lying around that focused on a favorite album or artist. In the majority of pieces, the author never even acknowledges the question. The pieces just serve as vehicles to rant about some personally loved record. How else could you explain the essays on Huey "Piano" Smith (really fun music, but hardly something you could listen to repeatedly - even if you love this type of New Orleans frolicking rock), Desperado by the Eagles (I think it's common knowledge just how hokey this album is), The Pretender by Jackson Browne (another Southern California wanker album), or Little Willie John (a flash in the pan burned out by age 19)?

Apart from not being what it purports to be, the collection contains some good pieces - and several bad ones. I love the piece by Lester Bangs on Astral Weeks by Van Morrison. It is very personal and insightful. The piece on Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica makes you actually want to listen to the off-putting album more closely (plus the piece is one of the few that justifies just why this album should be brought to the island). The piece by Nick Tosches is well written and fun to read. The piece on Beggar's Banquet by the Rolling Stones is excellent (and addresses the core question) and, interestingly enough, goes on to explain why the author does not particularly like the Stones but how they convey some critical essences of rock on this album. On the bad side, the essay on The Velvet Underground, one of my favorite bands, misses the mark. I mean, how can you seriously compare the Velvets to the Who, the inventors of the rock opera? The piece by Robert Christeau on the New York Dolls, a band I find to be hugely overrated, also misses. He starts off promisingly enough by addressing the reasons why people usually dismiss the Dolls, for example the oft-stated, "I guess you had to be there", and then more or less tells you how great the Dolls were because he was there to see them. *sigh* (By the way, when you bring the album to the island, you don't get to bring the band - so you don't get the stage show, which seems to be the majority of the reason why Robert likes the Dolls.) The longest piece by far is on Linda Ronstadt. LINDA RONSTADT!!! Are you sensing the disproportionate emphasis on Southern California soft rock?

The last egregious transgression is by Greil Marcus, the editor, who felt the need to add in the appendix a listing of a few hundred albums that could/should be picked for a desert island disk. What's the point of this inferred pantheon of rock records? I thought the essence of the idea was to pick only ONE! Just because the authors didn't provide a panoply of the prestigious doesn't mean you should provide "Greil's Guide to the Best Records of All Time".

I was interested in reading Marooned, the follow-up, but I am a bit chary since it just seems like they wanted to include music past 1979 and maybe get the perspectives from authors who are not middle-aged, strait, and white. I am a huge My Bloody Valentine fan, so maybe I'll buy it just for that piece. But at the very least, that book seems more variegated (it even includes some JAZZ records - which makes a lot of sense to me - now I am still wondering why no one even thinks to talk about the merits of Beethoven's 9th symphony or some works by Bach).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Writing 1 septembre 2013
Par Dean Kloaa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent writing, many different styles, lots of albums that you need to go back and listen to again in the light of what has been written here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Message in a bottle 3 septembre 2006
Par Katherine McCarthy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am typing this review with an autographed LP cover of Something Else by the Kinks, with all Kink signatures, inclusive of Ray and Dave, and whomever else was there in front of the Warwick Hotel in the early '70's in NYC. I agree with Nick Tosches, what would I take with me to a desert island, assuming of course I could carry with me whiskey, '50's girlie pin-ups, and nothing else for day after day? How would I get a phonograph record player, little least electricity? What else has been released since 1979? Imagine, if you will, a group of the top record reviewers from the 1960's & '70's, thinking just these thoughts. A great message in a bottle from the best rock critics before they became industry shills. Picture yourself this - what are your desert island choices all these years later? I'm looking at Something Else, autographed by Ray & Dave, I'm with Janet Maslin. Oh yeah, and with Nick, pass that whiskey bottle 'round here, mate.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 WHATS YOUR DESERT ISLAND DISC? 23 mai 2002
Par Mary Baumer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mine is Van Morrison Moondance, Greil likes Astral Weeks, we both like this book. Its a must read if you are into music criticism. Its a must have if you need help finding a good cd.
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