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  • CD (18 octobre 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Wrasse Records
  • ASIN : B0015435QG
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« Troubadour » l'album culte de George Strait.

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C'est fait,le nouvel album de King George(comme le surnomme affectueusement ses compatriotes Américains)est sorti.De nouveau un album
qui,à l'image des précédents,sera sans aucun doute couvert de récompenses.
C'est maintenant devenu une habitude avec George Strait,notre Texas Troubadour,qui depuis ses débuts en 1981 est resté fidéle à son style
Honkytonk,country and western:Chaque nouvel album a rendez vous avec le
succés.Lorsque l'on pense que pas un de ses albums n'a pas été au minimum disques d'Or,(plus souvent d'ailleurs Platinum),tout est dit.
Musicalement,c'est excellent,à mon avis un cran au dessus du précédent(It just comes natural),qui etait déja superbe.Vous l'aurez compris,ce nouvel opus est lui aussi indispensable.
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George Strait est un vrai countryman. Un moderne. Pas de ceux qui font du rodéo mais qui écrivent de belles chansons du genre, sirupeuse quand l'instant l'impose et enlevé quand c'est le moment. Et dans le genre, Strait est sans doute ce qui se fait de mieux. A ce titre, ce nouvel album est une réussite qui satisfera les fans. Pour les autres, comme moi, ça demeure un album sympa à écouter. Quant à ceux qui n'aiment résolument pas la country, ce disque n'est donc pas pour eux!
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GEORGE STRAIT " TROUBADOUR " - 2008
Je pourrai reprendre la dernière chronique du dernier George Strait, ou bien celle du dernier Alan Jackson et vous redire la même chose. George Strait ne vous étonnera pas par son originalité, vous saurez exactement à quoi vous attendre. Ca tombe bien, c'est exactement ce que l'on veut. C'est aux Joe Nichols ou Josh Turner de devoir faire leur place et faire preuve d'originalité. Alan et George n'ont plus rien à prouver. Ils maîtrisent cette country typée, typique que l'on adore. Ils sont la country. Dans la définition du mot country, il y a obligatoirement Alan Jackson et George Strait. Eh bien notre troubadour ne dément pas. Toujours un peu pauvre en titre bien que 12 (c'est presque son record !), il se sublime avec " House of Cash " en duo avec Patty Loveless en hommage à l'homme en noir. Notons un autre duo avec son songwriter de toujours Dean Dillon et " give me more time " co-écrit par Scotty Emerick (guitariste de Toby Keith). La classe.
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HASH(0x97d1eac8) étoiles sur 5 'KING' GEORGE IN AN EXCITING, MASTERFUL COUNTRY SET: GRAMMY WINNER! 1 avril 2008
Par RBSProds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Five BIG Stars!! Award-winning country music legend and Hall of Famer George Strait spins up another winner with the CD "Troubadour", which went on to produce two #1 country chart hits: "I Saw God Today" and "River of Love". The entire CD was named the country CD of the year and gave Mr Strait his first ever Grammy. One of the biggest selling music artists alive, regardless of music genre, George uses his calm, tightly-controlled, well-modulated and exciting voice to tell great stories from purely wonderful lyrics and great country rhythms. On the heels of his award-winning It Just Comes Natural, George has created very interesting new material for us fans to enjoy. On this 12 track CD, he surveys a big slice of Americana, serving up two duets along the way, giving us his viewpoint on today's life, love, and events using beautiful ballads, laid-back barroom blues, and honky-tonk swingers.

The 'Best of the Best' begin with the wonderful title track "Troubadour": a great song about a singer looking back and looking ahead, with Vince Gill harmonizing beautifully in the background. The first few words of "Troubadour" demonstrate the fact that master singers like Mr Strait make every nuanced note count: a singing seminar in one verse. "Brothers of the Highway" is a honky-tonk wonder that salutes big-rig truckers who play such a vital role in coast-to-coast transportation: the bridge is pure joy: 'sailin' for the settin' sun". (And it went straight to my iPod). "House of Cash" with Patti Loveless is a great tribute to the legendary Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, based on the fire that posthumously burned down their house. "Give Me More Time" is a great song about a spoken phrase that wraps around many current problems in America. The #1 selling "I Saw God Today" is a beautifully sung, heart-felt sentiment of finding God right here on earth in people, places, sights and one specific place. (Currently on the BillBoard top five, it also went straight to my iPod.) Dean Dillion's hard-swinging song "West Texas Town" is not about El Paso, but another nice place in the Lone Star State, with Dillion pushing this duet hard, fast, and swinging. 'River of Love" is pure country joy that went to #1. BTW, Dillion collaborated on four songs of this songfest, adding further to his treasure chest of Strait songs. Into his third decade of great country music-making and record breaking sales, George Strait is the "Real Deal" and the undisputed "King". "Troubadour", his 35th recording, is flat-out great authentic and honest country music that earned George an armful of long-overdue awards and it gets My Highest Recommendation. Five BIG Stars!!
(This review was updated on 13 Aug 09 only to acknowledge the awards won by "Troubadour" and is based on an iTunes download with digital booklet containing all lyrics.)
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HASH(0x97d1ef48) étoiles sur 5 The King of Country delivers, yet again! (track by track review) 1 avril 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's April Fool's Day, folks, but the undisputed King of Country releases and delivers the best country music available! *proud smile* No joke! ; o ~

The title track "Troubador" probably best reflects where George is at in this stage of his life, which more than likely, is why it kicks off the album, right? *smirk* "I was a young troubadour when I rode in on a song and I'll be an old troubadour when I'm gone."

"Now It Was Me" is one of those song that reminds Strait fans why we love this man so much!! (As if we have ever forgotten!) I've listened to this song a few times already and every time I hear it, I envision a couple falling in love as they spin around one of those old dusty Texas dancehall floors I dream about visiting. *wink*

In "Brothers Of The Highway", Strait tips his hat to an unappreciated group of folks . . . our hard workin' truck drivers. The song is very catchy and will no doubt have ya swaying in your seat. A real toe-tapper.

Seems like George has caught "beach fever" in his "River Of Love"! *wink* I don't mind at all . . . for a little over 3 minutes folks like me livin' in Yankeedom can imagine we have our toes in the sand! Great song, but I'm not sure if I liked the background vocals. Who knows, they may grow on me. ;o)

Now. Patty Loveless is one of country music's greatest female singer's EVER! That's just my opinion. ;o) So when I first read she was doing a duet on this album, I COULDN'T WAIT! "House of Cash" is a tribute to the late and great Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash and their home on Hickory Hill Lake in TN that sadly burned down in April of 2007. (Wow .. . . if THOSE walls could have talked . . .:o/ ) Somber and slightly haunting.

Halfway through the CD is "I Saw God Today" which is Strait's current hit. This track will undoubtedly leave proud parents smiling, yours truly included. =)

"Give Me More Time" left a painful lump in my throat. So beautiful ... love the cry of the steel guitar on this one.

"When You're In Love" with it's beautiful melody is my second favorite track on the album. I just love everything about it and I feel good when I hear it! Coming in first is it's following track, "Make Her Fall In Love With Me Song". !!!Strait camp!!!, if you are reading this, this MUST MUST MUST be a single! Ya can't help but smile when you hear it. =))

George delivers a lil' bit of Texas Swing in "West Texas Town" with some help from Dean Dillion. I know Dean has written several songs for George over the years but cannot remember which ones off the top of my head. Dig George's "aawww" at the end. *melt*

"House With No Doors" is country ALL the way. A conversational song between Strait and a brokenhearted man.

When my eyes scanned over the title tracks, the final track, "If Heartaches Where Horses" caught my eye. I predicted to myself it would be a good song, and it is. *nod*

All in all, Strait fans will be left satisfied purchasing this album. I don't think it would be fair to compare it to any of his previous works, 'cause really ... It Just Comes Natural was George BRILLANT!!!!! But I purchased it with only knowing "I Saw God Today" and I am not disappointed.

Enjoy!!
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HASH(0x97d1efc0) étoiles sur 5 If you love your music Strait and to the point...this one delivers... 2 avril 2008
Par Jerry McDaniel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I give this CD 5 stars because it is a wonderful CD. The previous CD of all-new songs, IT JUST COMES NATURAL, was hailed by lots of people as his greatest CD yet. I think this one ranks right up there with 1980's George Strait. Yes...you saw that right! 1980's George Strait...but by no means does that mean the songs are dated, it's just that there are plenty of songs that make any Strait fan remember that era in his career. Specifically the western-swing sing-a-long "West Texas Town". There are several songs on here that re-introduce the sounds of 'classic' George Strait...the toe-tapping Western swing style he's gotten away from in recent years. The song that has western swing written all over it is a song called "West Texas Town", a duet with singer/songwriter Dean Dillon. This is significant because Dean helped build the George Strait legend via the songs he wrote that George has recorded through the years. This particular CD contains 4 songs co-written by Dean Dillon...which that, too, is significant because in recent years he'd gotten away from recording Dean Dillon songs. Good traditional country sounds are heard in the bouncy "Make Her Fall in Love With Me Song". I am hoping "When You're in Love" becomes a single. When i heard the song start up on my CD it sounds like a country radio hit. The first single is "I Saw God Today" which is #4 on the country chart this week and it's track #6 on the CD. Track #12 just ended. The track #12 song is called "If Heartaches Were Horses". "It Was Me" is a mid-tempo, bouncy song. There is a second duet on this CD...i already mentioned the Dean Dillon duet called "West Texas Town"...this second duet from the CD is an almost spiritual-like ballad called "House of Cash" with Patty Loveless. The song is about the house of Cash...Johnny Cash, that is, and the belief that many feel was the reason it burned to the ground after Johnny's death. In case there are those who do not know, after June Carter Cash passed away, Johnny died within months...then, a couple months after his death, his legendary house on Hickory Lake in Tennessee burned to the ground after a deal had been made for it's sale to new owners. So, there are those who feel that was Johnny and June's way of saying "since we've both gone, so will our house.". So, "House of Cash" plays into that way of thinking. It's a great song...but i can't 'hear' it on the radio...it's too deep. "Give Me More Time" is a haunting song with a twist ending wrapped around the phrase "give me more time"...it's one of the four songs co-written by Dean Dillon. The CD kicks off with "Troubadour" which is a song tailor made for George in my opinion. A few songs go beyond what you'd think he would sing...for instance, "River of Love" and "Brothers of the Highway". In the case of "River of Love" it has that tropical flavor to it and a repetitious chorus. "Rollin, let's go rollin' on the River of Love; Rollin'...let's go rollin' on the River of Love...". While listening to the CD i was enjoying it and at the same time thinking which ones could make good singles on the radio after "I Saw God Today" runs it's course. "When You're in Love" gets my vote as a follow-up...then, "Make Her Fall in Love With Me Song" even though it has an unusual title. I would like to see his duet with Patty Loveless released as a single but it's hard to tell if it will. The duet with Dean Dillon would be great, too...plus it's uptempo...and it's great...and it makes one think of 1980's George Strait with the western-swing influence heard more. That is what i was making reference to earlier in this review...many of the songs will make one think of early George Strait and for those who are on the bandwagon wondering when George will get back to 'those' kinds of songs, this CD will be right up your alley.
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HASH(0x97c0d36c) étoiles sur 5 Seeing god and feeling his presence 16 septembre 2008
Par Roberta Hotard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recent cd by George Strait features a song that has touched so dear to my heart called I Saw God Today. I remember when my daughters were born and seeing a miracle 3 times over, my life has been blessed by the good lord above and I appreciate everything he does for me and I surely thank him everyday. Thank you George for singing this song and putting it out there for me to find happiness of how my life has been.
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HASH(0x97c0d4a4) étoiles sur 5 "I'll be an old troubadour when I'm gone ... " 17 janvier 2009
Par Alan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
George Strait certainly is a troubadour. As the King of Country music, he has delivered some darn fine albums, and this is one of many. Although not as strong as it's predecessor, the career highlight, "It Just Comes Natural", there are some truly good moments such as the achingly poignant, "Give Me More Time", which includes the lines, "A patient and his doctor meet behind closed doors, "You kidding me? How could this be, I'm only 24. Give me more time."

This album was recorded at Jimmy Buffett's Key West studio, a factor which seems to emerge on the Caribbean-flavoured "River of Love" and the Honeymoon-themed "When You're In Love". The ballad "It Was Me", reminds me of Strait's 1999 hit single "Meanwhile". Other highlights include the two Western-swingers, "Make Her Fall In Love with Me Song" and "West Texas Town", his duet with his songwriter of many years standing, Dean Dillon. They sound very alike so it can be difficult to tell who's singing, but Strait's voice has grown slightly deeper as he's matured. The album does have a couple of weaker tracks: "House of Cash", the duet with Patty Loveless, about Johnny and June's home burning down is a bit of a miss-step and "House With No Doors" is only saved by the charm Strait brings to it vocally. Having said that, the title track and second single would be an autobiographical anthem (had he written it himself), while "Brothers of the Highway", is a good - if standard fare - trucker song, but it's clear which is the album's centrepiece. "I Saw God Today" is probably one of the best singles in country music this year. A touching, introspective song, it must inspire whoever hears it. And the fact it was the fastest-rising single of his career to date can only underline the sentiment. In conclusion, "Troubadour" is a good album, not Strait's best by any means, but certainly a respectable effort and a fine addition to a career which has seen some remarkable achievements of historic proportions.
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