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  • CD (26 janvier 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000061O4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 20 novembre 2004
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J'ai découvert le groupe avec "Singing bones" leur dernier album en date . Through the trees, que je ne connaissais pas, semble être de la même veine . Difficile de parler de country, même si certaines instrumentations s'en rapprochent . La pureté et l'authenticité de cette musique sont sans égal . Avec Willard Grant Conspiracy, autre groupe s'en rapprochant beaucoup, on atteint là des sommets d'émotion que je ne peux retrouver, dans un registre voisin, que dans les albums de Leonard Cohen . Vraiment poignant !
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A lovely album featuring several utterly gorgeous, haunting songs 17 août 2006
Par Robert Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is rightfully celebrated as the Handsome Family's finest album. It isn't perfect--several of the songs are a couple of notches in quality below the best efforts--but there are several songs that are absolutely unforgettable. People have debated whether it is country, neo-traditional, folk, or whatever, but while the form of the music would make it some kind of alt-country effort, the lyrics send it off into its own unique genre. These songs are STRANGE. If this is country, name me another country song that in any way resembles "The Woman Down the Stairs" or any folk song that bears any resemblance to "My Sister's Tiny Hands." I have trouble putting the Handsome Family into any kind of country genre for a simple reason: in most country songs, people's lives are broken while the world is essentially OK. But the Handsome Family's songs are metaphysical; they describe a broken world, so broken that the people are by necessity lost, bereft, doomed. It is music that is Gothic in the sense that Nathaniel Hawthorne was Gothic, not Marilyn Manson. Better, their songs could be compared with the work of Ray Bradbury. Although he is mistakenly thought to be a Sci-fi writer, it is more accurate to describe him as a master of the Weird Fiction genre. The songs of the Handsome Family shares more than a few qualities with this genre.

About a third of the songs on this album are masterpieces, another third very good, and a third just sorta drab. If the weakest songs had been replaced, this would have been one of the great American albums ever. Even as it is, this is essential. "Weightless Again" is just stunning, built around a simple, lovely, forlorn melody, but essentially a meditation on why people do some of the more extreme, self-destructive things they do to themselves. "My Sister's Tiny Hands" is an almost equally beautiful gem about losing a twin sister. "Last Night I Went Out Walking" is not as strong melodically, but it contains heartbreaking and deceptively simple lyrics about a rebuked lover tempted to commit suicide by drowning. But "The Woman Downstairs" almost makes that song sound like a lark with its multiple horrific images concerning a woman who starved herself to death.

The Handsome Family is a family in fact: Brett Sparks sings most of their songs and writes the music while his wife is a fiction writer who here pens the lyrics for the songs and contributes Autoharp. Their first two albums--ODESSA and MILK AND SCISSORS--showed flashes of excellence but neither was consistently good throughout, and both featured songs that seemed stylistically out of phase with the rest of the album. But on THROUGH THE TREES they settled into a consistent style throughout, embracing a simple, understated sound. The result is one of the finest albums to come out of Chicago in the past decade. Whether it is alt-country, folk, neo-traditionalist, indie, or whatever really isn't important. What it mainly is, is good.
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Goth Country 11 février 2000
Par Andy Whorehall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Goth country is the first thing that comes to mind. This album picks up where Johnny Cash and Devo left off offering a twisted storytelling/yet purely personal midwestern view of 2 tortured beautiful souls, Brett and Rennie Sparks. This cd sat in my collection for a year and a half before it finally hit me. Definitely a mood piece requiring a dark room with one candle lit in the corner. Brett's voice will haunt you and enlighten you all in one sitting. Horrifically beautiful.
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Try 'em At Least Once 25 novembre 2003
Par James Carragher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
At their frequent best, Handsome Family poke relentlessly into the dark, the obscure and the unknowable of private and collective life on this planet. It is one brave undertaking. You won't be buying this or any other HF CD solely for the music. Brett's baritone vocals drone; the simple loping arrangements (albeit with occasional offbeat instruments like the dobro, melodica, and autoharp) recall nothing so much as the Happy Trails-type theme songs that played during the credits on TV's early-60's Westerns. But that uncluttered ordinariness is the perfect showcase for Rennie's lyrical, often inconclusive, stories. The best of this CD includes a coffee break on a trip through the redwoods that inspires ruminations on a couple's growing estrangement and floating -- in water as learning, in air as suicide (Weightless Again). Cathedrals contrasts man's monumental achievements and his thin moment in time ("everyone of us is swept away like breadcrumbs"). On Stalled, a man stuck in snow (snow, like drinking, is a constant motif to the HF work) grows colder and colder, but never leaves his pickup. Lovers commit dual suicides because -- it seems -- their love is simply too big for life (Down in the Valley of Hollow Logs). My only reservation about the Family is that their bizarreness on occasion comes across as mannered, which -- of course -- makes it a pose, just another suit to try on. The Woman Downstairs is one of two or three songs here to suffer that weakness. That keeps Through the Trees from five star status, but hardly changes my view that there's nobody around quite like Handsome Family, and lucky we are to have them.
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If this is country music... I love it. 3 août 2003
Par D. A. Magee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What an incredible CD. Haunting. Beautiful. Evocative. Brilliant. Powerful. Disturbing. Melodic. Moody. This CD will make you an instant fan of The Handsome Family and you will have to buy all of their other titles as well. These songs will creep up on you before you know it, and take root deep in your subconcious where they will continue to haunt you like distant memories and old family photos.
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Haunts me like a familiar ghost 9 octobre 2000
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
The Handsome Family create some of the most beautifully haunting and twisted music to ever come out of the sleepy midwest. Their songs about the wind through the trees, giant cathedrals and the woman that starved herself to death downstairs all resonate with various shades of blue heartbreak. It's amazing that this husband and wife team can create such haunting and heartbroken dark folk songs, and still stand to look at each other every day.

The songs float around the room like a familiar, yet unpredictable, ghost of a departed loved one. Peaceful and beautiful one moment, violent and frightening the next. But just like the ghost of a loved one, you'll miss them when they're gone, and you'll want to keep raising them from the dead every chance you can.
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