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  • CD (24 avril 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Ryko
  • ASIN : B00005ARFB
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Critique

Retro Swing. Écouter The Swimming Hour équivaut à se baigner dans l'histoire musicale du XXe siècle. Bird, ancien violoniste des néo-swingers The Squirrel Nut Zippers, mélange ainsi différents genres comme le classique, la musique latine ou bohémienne, le rock et la pop avec virtuosité et surtout bonheur. Cette extraodinaire cargaison de divers styles est unifiée en effet par les vocaux et les harmonies impeccables de Bird ainsi que par des textes à la fois intelligents et facétieux. Même si l'album est manifestement obsédé par l'histoire musicale, Bird y transmet suffisamment de sa propre verve pour l'empêcher de sombrer dans un énième et poussiéreux artefact de musée. Mémorable ! - 13 titres, 50m 35s - -- Compact

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Amazon.com: 4.3 étoiles sur 5 24 commentaires
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Stylish 8 janvier 2007
Par Hematite - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a great album. I recommend it highly. I will say that on the strength of this album I went back and checked out some of Bird's other albums and was disappointed. Some of his other stuff is...well...weird, and lacks the groove that this one does.

I'd like to see him do more stuff like "Satisfied". That track hits like a hammer.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 astounding 30 août 2013
Par vaderjim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
its Andrew Bird...what else needs to be said? another opus from the master...thougtful and majestic in its presentation as always. Fantastic.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Must-Have 19 avril 2008
Par I'm a Radio-Head - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So many people came away bitter when Andrew Bird took a left turn with this album. But give the man credit where it's due!

Yes, this is a pop album. His previous two Bowl of Fire releases were heavily influenced by his previous band Squirrel Nut Zippers - a 20's and 30's jazz influenced band.

This album carries over close to none of that influence.

GET OVER IT.

Now, for the review.

This album opens up with a pretty dramatic way of saying "This album's not going to sound like the other two." "Two Way Action" is one of the many pop songs on this album and sounds great.

The third song on this album may be the reason why I love Andrew Bird so much. "Why?" is probably one of the best songs of his entire career. Everything about this song is fantastic. The Drumming, violin, singing, and words all add up to one hell of a song.

But he's not over yet. I consider "11:11" ALSO one of his best songs. The multiple violin intro is breathtakingly beautiful. His voice melts beautifully into the strings before it breaks into a percussion-heavy pop song. Incredible.

The next three songs are wonderful. "Case In Point" is more of a song you'd hear on Armchair Apocrypha, his most recent album. "Too Long" is an old-timey country song with some fantastic harmonies and guitar. "Way Out West" is EXACTLY what it sounds like. A song you'd hear backing footage of men in dusters riding parallel to a west-bound train.

"Satisfied" is where things begin to pick up again. Think 60's rock with a blues feel with violin. Love this song.

I love "Headsoak." It's just a wonderful wonderful acoustic song with strings backing the arrangement.

"Dear Old Greenland" is probably my third favorite song on the album, under "Why?" and "11:11." This is the song you hear when you fall in love for the first time.

Overall, this album is WELL worth a purchase. Listen to what it sounds like when an extraordinarily talented man with a history of 20's and 30's music decides to make a pop album. And a FANTASTIC pop album at that.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Album 15 mars 2005
Par Christopher Bowers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm admitting up front- This is the only album I have heard from Andrew Bird, (no rhyme intended) but I'm very impressed. Borrowing from many different musical genres- traditional pop, jazz, latin, country, etc, he can be critcized for sounding derivitive/contrived. However, from my perspective he suceeds at borrowing elements, but at the same time introducing something uniquely Andrew Bird in each song. After all music is not created in a vacuum. Its obvious that he is a gifted songwriter, singer, and musician from hearing this, but I noticed that there are a couple 1 star reviews. They read a bit like the pretentious 'he fell off/ sold out after he released his first album.' I can never understand this type of stupidity. Its as if some people want the same album released over and over again. Or maybe its the ol' "I listened to him way back before he was born"

Update- Now that I've listened to his other albums, this one still stands up as very good. Its not the first of his albums that I'd reach for today (that would be Oh! The grandeur), but its the most accessible and is solid throughout. He has changed his approach dramatically from album to album, but the quality remains for all of them. The albums before "Oh! the Grandeur" are weaker than the rest
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best of Andrew Bird 25 juin 2008
Par J. Steinmeier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm a fan of Andrew Bird. A big fan. In fact I have every album that he's recorded. And in spite of all that I find myself listening to this album again and again. For those who expect Andrew Bird to cling to the hot jazz genre he was in with the SNZ. It will be a disappointment. For those that know the Andrew bird of today with looping and whistling, again it is not the same genre. For those that claim it is trite "pop" I think you should listen to what pop music is again, because you're not going to find arrangements, writing, or lyrics like this in pop music.
So some people have an uneasy feeling about the album, you are not alone. Andrew himself took a long time to come to grips with it. He's using the material again in new arrangements because it is so good. Let it grow on you. Pretty soon you'll be humming "my greenland" in the shower.
Then if you can open your mind, step ahead to "mysterious production of eggs" or back in time to "thrills." Better yet explore the "fingerlings" series and if you still can find a small show that Andrew is playing and go watch live. He's the master showman and can hold your attention the entire show (not a small feat).
Enjoy this as a document of a particular time in a artists life and expect nothing then you will enjoy the album for what it is. Thank you Mr. Bird.
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