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  • CD (9 juin 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Cadiz Music
  • ASIN : B00HF85AQY
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Mit einer Folge von hochgelobten Alben und einer stetig wachsenden Fangemeinde, hat Eileen Rose sich als mutige und vielseitige Künstlerin etabliert. Ihre melodischen aber krass emotionalen Songs, unkonventionellen Arrangements, schlauer Humor und elektrisierende Live-Shows haben ihre Fans von Boston nach London, Rom nach Nashville begeistert. "Be Many Gone" wurde in Nashville mit einer Veteranen-Band von Star Musikern wie dem Geiger Buddy Spicher (Bob Dylan, Linda Rondstadt, Emmylou Harris), dem Schlagzeuger Johnnie Barber (Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Paycheck), Bassist Brad Albin (Vince Gill, Time Jumpers) und dem Gitarrenvirtuosen Rich-Gilbert (Jack White, Wanda Jackson) aufgenommen. Das Album enthält ein fantastisches Gastduett mit Pixies-Frontmann Frank Black.


Be Many Gone exudes the confidence of a singer and band that have honed their craft with hour upon hour of hard work...Rose's finest to date - **** --Simon Rowland, R2 Magazine, January/February 2014

Her attractive twang is enhanced by weeping pedal steel & fiddle. When Jimmy Clark's trumpet shakes up the formula on She's Yours & Each Passing Hour we are reminded why we're so excited by her - Uncut; The songs are beautifully constructed with articulate, thoughtful lyrics with attractive melodies. A perfectly satisfying experience - **** --Country Music People

Her distinctive vocals are a joy & set her above many of her contemporaries. Another wonderful album chock full or her idiosyncratic quirkiness - Rock Society; Her past releases have set Rose a high standard to match, but this easily pushes that to the next level - Net Rhythms; If you like country music with European & folky twists this is definitely an album to check out - **** (

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HASH(0x92cf0fe4) étoiles sur 5 Best Yet 28 janvier 2014
Par CAH - Publié sur
We heard Eileen and Rich perform many of the songs on this album in the UK last year, and were lucky enough to get one of the tour copies of the album. Not only is this the best album yet from Eileen Rose, it grows and grows on you with each listening. A favourite in th ecar on the long motorway drives! Don't miss out.
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HASH(0x92ee6768) étoiles sur 5 A Strong Contender for Album of the Year with Some of the Best Songs to Come Out of Nashville or Anywhere Else, for That Matter 23 janvier 2016
Par Constant Traveler - Publié sur
Format: CD
Some listeners will regard this as the best country record of the year. But how come Charles Thompson, a.k.a Frank Black, of the phenomenal alternative pop rock band the Pixies makes a super-rare duet appearance on the song “Each Passing Hour?” That's because Eileen Rose is a well-respected veteran rounder, and she is a musical alchemist who distills through the prism of her creativity and artistry sonic energies that come from all directions .

That one track, incidentally, is worth more than the price of the whole album all by itself. But do yourself a solid and invest in the entire record because it is jam-packed with such brilliant gems. The hooks are addictive. Her lyrics surprise in a way that you feel in your emotions before you catch your breath and burn them inside your brain like a long-lost road map. The songs put meat on the bones of answers you may have struggled to articulate to yourself for years.

She can also punctuate those realizations with exquisitely-timed and nuanced vocal phrasing that shivers through your body and confirms everything -- or makes you curiously question everything all over again. Next you’re jumping right through your skin because the syncopation she brings with her guitar work is contagiously alive and gets in there and makes your weary heart do youthful, rhythmic back flips. (Reminds me of this saying in Spanish that means it was a dynamite fiesta, and translates into English as "We threw the party right out of the upstairs window!") As always with Rose, the band is incredible and this particular band's chemistry is amped-up and sparked by none other than the Legendary Rich Gilbert on lead guitar!

The best part is, unlike most epiphanies and wild rides through the hairpin curves and along the wide open roads in life, you can just hit replay and do it all over again. But each time you listen you are bound to hear and experience something both familiar and unexpectedly new, fresh, and different. Eileen Rose provides the kind of soundtrack that inspires you to explore your dark human flaws and frailties and come out the other end celebrating yourself in the daylight of genuine holiness. That’s the power of music in the hands of a writer and performer worthy of your attention.
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HASH(0x9320a9b4) étoiles sur 5 Lead singer of a veteran Nashville country-music bar band, steps out on her own 24 juillet 2014
Par Steve Ramm - Publié sur
Format: CD
When this CD arrived for review I thought the artist’s name sounded familiar to me. Then I learned that Eileen Rose has, for years, been the lead singer for a band named The Silver Threads which plays all afternoon sets a couple times each week at Roberts Western Wear- a music bar on lower Broadway in Nashville. (They display clothes on the walls but it’s not a clothing store!). I’ve been to Nashville numerous times and, by checking my photos, I see I saw the Silver Threads at least twice, going back to 2011. I remember that I was impressed enough to stay through two or three sets. As recent as last October (2013) I went back and there Eileen was with the band.

The press release for this CD says that Rose did these “playing for the tip jar” gigs to learn about country music. And, since I have never heard the Silver Threads own album, I had high hopes for this one. But, honestly, it let me down.

Rose wrote all nine songs on this 38-minute CD and maybe that’s part of the problem. None of them stood out and the package lacks the lyrics to follow along. One song. “Just Ain’t So” seemed off in the rhythm. And her voice seemed off on “Comfort Me”. I just wasn’t hearing what I remembered keeping me in my seat – with my toes tapping at Robert’s and maybe I missed her interaction with the rest of the STs. Yes, she’s got a half-dozen or more folks backing her up – and Frank Black (The Pixies) makes a guest appearance on vocals on “Each Passing Hour” – but when the CD ended, nothing said to me “play that track again”.

As I said, listening is subjective and I’ll suggest that you sample a track or two. For me, when I’m in Nashville again, I’ll definitely be back at Roberts and hope to see the Silver Threads again. Rose goes so well as part of that group. If she records a follow-up to this CD, I hope she’ll bring the STs along. Now THAT is country music.

I hope you found this review both informative and helpful.

Steve Ramm
“Anything Phonographic”
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