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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (26 juin 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN : B000F9RG08
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Fire of heaven / altar of earth
  2. Youth
  3. Time of your song
  4. Dispatch the troops
  5. Indestructible
  6. What I'm fighting for
  7. Jerusalem
  8. Wp
  9. Shalom/saalam
  10. Late night in zion
  11. Unique is my dove
  12. Ancient lullaby
  13. King without a crown

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YOUTH


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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Produit par Bill Laswell (U2, REM, ou encore les Rolling Stones), Matisyahu réalise un album très prometteur. Il a une voix superbe, de l'énergie à revendre, et n'a pas fini de nous étonner. Très connu outre atlantique- il a participé à de nombreux show télévisés aux states-, il peine encore à percer chez nous. C'est dommage, car pour tout amateur de raggae, ses albums sont très aboutis et exempts de tout conventionnalisme. A découvrir absolument!!!
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Par CAHLIREV TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 19 octobre 2012
Format: CD
L'Americain Matthew Paul Miller alias MATISYAHU peu connu encore chez nous nous propose un excellent album de reggae d'une trait grande fraicheur, sortie en 2006 il signe la grande majorité des chansons et propage sa foi par l'intermédiaire de reggae, du hip hop et de magnifiques rimes trés spirituelles, message qu'il veut d'ailleurs faire passer au jeunes d'ou le titre de l'album "youth " . Bref Matisyahu est un chanteur avec un incroyable talent mérite d'étre découvert.
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Très bon album, très bon artiste, ça change de ce qui ce qu'on écoute touts les jours ! C'est parfait !
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HASH(0x95c8d4b0) étoiles sur 5 The Ultimate Cross-Over 22 avril 2006
Par Amanda Richards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Next time you’re strolling through Crown Heights, Brooklyn and happen to see a tall, bespectacled young man wearing the garb of the Hasidic Jewish community coming towards you, try humming a few bars of Bob Marley’s “Exodus” and see if he smiles at you and joins in.

Matthew Paul Miller (Matisyahu) spreads his messages of faith and “consciousness” through the reggae medium, and although this sounds strange to say the least, he’s getting his message across, particularly to the young people. As he sings on title track and second single “Youth”:

“Take a stand

Fan a fire for the flame of the youth

Got the freedom to choose

You better make the right move

Young man, the power's in your hand”

His style borrows heavily from the vintage reggae of Marley and the spiritual messages of singers like Luciano rather than the popular dance hall music of Sean Paul, but you can also hear other influences such as The Police in “Despatch the Troops”, and Matthew Wilder in “Jerusalem”, as well as rap and hip hop.

Matisyahu gives his all in his live performances, as can be seen in the video for “King Without a Crown”, his first single that made the world sit up and pay attention. If it takes a gimmick to get the message of peace and harmony to young people than I’m all for it.

Maybe not the best reggae album in the world, or the most spiritually uplifting, but certainly fun, catchy and with no need for Parental Advisory warnings.

Amanda Richards, April 22, 2006
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HASH(0x95c8d51c) étoiles sur 5 Irresistible 28 janvier 2007
Par Louise Marquis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I generally go for virtuoso instrumentalists. Reggae is an occasional diversion, and hip-hop is low on my list. But one sample of Matisyahu's music and I was oddly hooked. I just got this CD, and already listened to it countless times.

There are several musical influences here, but the reggae/hip-hop that Matisyahu is known for appealingly dominates. I'm unable to narrow down my favorite songs to less than 4: "Jerusalem", "Unique Is My Dove", "Ancient Lullaby" and "King Without a Crown". The folksy "What I'm Fighting For" is nice for contrast, except for the awkward end. Some of the rock guitar riffs here and there are distracting. A few times, I thought I detected a soulful chassidic chant lurking in Matisyahu's throat, and I found myself wishing he'd let it rip.

I have to mention his brilliant poetry, too. Some of the lyrics are in the CD notes - I wish they all were.

Matisyahu makes Jewish orthodoxy look cool. But more to the point, the spiritual longing he expresses is universal. He is a work in progress, both musically and spiritually, and I'm glad he's taking us along on his journey.
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HASH(0x95c912f4) étoiles sur 5 Different @ first glance, but still the same old Matisyahu 9 mars 2006
Par scotty p - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Many people already familiar with this artist seem to think former pot-smoking/Phish-head turned devout hasidic jew Matisyahu Miller has changed his sound for more popularity and airplay, I can't agree with this statement at all. Comparison to Live @ Stubbs is moot - it's a live album, and for someone with a lot of hip hop influence in his music, live and studio albums are going to sound pretty different.

Matisyahu has not changed his sound, he's merely expanded it. On this album, you hear songs with some more rock (title track "Youth"), some redemption song-esque folk("what im fighting for"), some calypso and afro-cuban ("ancient lullaby"), and some songs more focused on hip hop ("WP", "Indestructable"), but all these songs and the rest of the album still stand firm in the genre of reggae, which is what has gotten Matis to where is he today.

After seeing him perform "Jerusalem" last night on Jimmy Kimmel, a song with pretty strong hip hop beats on the actual album, it's even more apparent live that Matisyahu has stayed true to his sound - songs that have strong hip hop influence/beats on the album or sound "overproduced" still sound like vintage Matisyahu live.

I have long been someone who reads reviews on amazon for music and movies, but never actually written one. I feel this album and Matisyahu truly deserve the recognition that seems to be exponentially coming their way, and I felt compelled to give this album my first review - I think this album/musician is that good, original, and worth getting. I would actually give this album 4.5 stars, but in Matisyahu's case, I think his refreshing music and sound deserve a 5 instead of a 4. His lyrics are as strong and powerful as ever, and his music (not to overlook his band members either) has expanded to new levels while still being recognizable to previous efforts. The whole album, in my opinion, has no weak points, but standout tracks include: "fire of heaven/altar of earth", "time of your song", "dispatch the troops", "late night in zion", "jerusalem", "ancient lullaby", and the previously recorded but changed "king without a crown" (which is over half the album, and I could list more good songs).

All in all, if you're already a Matisyahu fan, pick this album up - you won't be disappointed unless your expecting the same exact thing as Live at Stubb's. If you've just heard of him or are interested in hearing more, I highly recommend picking this album (or Live at Stubbs) up. After all, you could do a lot worse with the music being released these days, as like Matisyahu or not, its still music more enlightening and original than 90% of other music coming out.
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HASH(0x95c8dd44) étoiles sur 5 begging for airplay 7 mars 2006
Par J. Duncan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this is a partial departure from Matis' (sadly) out of print debut album "Shake Off the Dust... Arise." whereas the first album was a delightful combination of reggae, hip-hop, gypsy and powerful spiritual rhymes, "youth" modifies the sound with strong elements of indie rock (especially the title track), folk ("what i'm fighting for"), electronica and even - eegads - vocoder. guitar solos most closely associated with rock are prominently featured, especially on the "king without a crown" remake and the title track (coincidentally my least favorite tracks.) some of the songs would fit quite nicely on a red hot chili peppers album.

that said, songs like "jerusalem" and "unique is my dove" deliver enough of the original matisyahu to keep current fans happy. the gamble is that the attempt for greater popular airplay will score a few hits while not losing too many existing fans. my guess is the indie-rock space is too crowded already and that this album won't lose too many fans. however, another album of this sort would probably take the shine off of this otherwise bright star without the hoped for benefit of a hit.

put another way, an essential part of matisyahu's appeal was the spiritual aspect which added a sincerity that made him standout from the constant bombardment of commercial acts. another CD like this would be all but certain to destroy that image and i'm afraid matis would digress into a clown act.

after a few listens i've pretty much abandoned "youth" and reverted back to matis' earlier stuff. normally i would have given this music 3 stars but out of respect for matisyhau i gave it 4.
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HASH(0x95c91a20) étoiles sur 5 Hasidic Reggae S. California Jamrock 14 mars 2006
Par James E. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The perfect customer to buy this CD is a Hasidic Jew who has enjoyed the sounds of Sublime, 311, No Doubt, and maybe a little Phish, Grateful Dead and Bob Marley. While characterized as reggae, Matisyahu's music isn't really packaged into a genre. If you are Jewish don't expect Carlebach, and if you are into reggae, don't expect anything Jamaican.

Overall, the CD is good, but the sound departs from Matis' earlier work. If you liked 'Refuge' on Live at Stubbs,' or 'Shake off the dust ... Arise,' you will really like this album. If you thought he was a bit too reggae before, but liked his music nonetheless, you will really like this album. This album is a bit more rock, but generally slower. You will still find some beat-box, some double-time rhymes, and some jump-up-in-the-air music, but it is not 'King Without a Crown' remixed into 12 new songs.

I've always like Matis' music and I still do. I always thought it was because I am Jewish, but once I pulled out my old 311, Sublime and Bob Marley albums, I realized why I like Matisyahu. He combines those sounds with a positive message. If you are not familiar with Judaism, some of the lyrics will be lost on you, but the same could be said of a lot of secular Jews. Admittedly, in order for me to get all the lyrics I had to get out my Hebrew Bible and Google a few things ... the bottom line is that even if you are secular, you probably won't object too much to Matisyahu's message. His most religious messages should be easier for the most secular listener to tolerate than the misogyny one can hear in similar sounding music.
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