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Cheating at Solitaire CD, Import

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  • CD (28 octobre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00006JXYI
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. The Devil In Miss Jones
  2. DonÐt Think Twice
  3. Misery Loves Company
  4. Crime DonÐt Pay
  5. Rest Of Your Lives
  6. You Win Again
  7. Cheating At Solitaire
  8. No ManÐs Friend
  9. Charmed Life
  10. Dope Fiend Blues
  11. Ballad Of A Lonely Man
  12. IÐm In Love With My Car
  13. If You Leave Before Me
  14. Long Black Veil
  15. Send Her Back

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Par Darko TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 14 janvier 2012
Format: CD
Mike Ness, leader du groupe punk californien Social Distortion réalisait en 1999 son premier album solo sur lequel il donnait libre court à son amour pour la musique populaire américaine : blues, country, Bluegrass, Rockabilly...

Le résultat : un album de country rock plutôt musclé, comportant 15 titres dont 4 reprises (Bob Dylan, Hank Williams...), au contenu assez inégal, mais avec cependant quelques bons moments où l'on prend plaisir à retrouver la voix rocailleuse de l'un des derniers grands chanteurs songwriters américains dans la lignée des Jerry lee Lewis et Johnny Cash; une vie brulée par les deux bouts, mais une vraie personnalité et un réel talent !

Parmi les bons moments de l'album, "The devil in Miss Jones", fait penser à un titre de Calvin Russell, la pédal steel en plus. La reprise de Dylan qui suit, "Don't Think twice", constitue également l'une des belles réussites de l'album; la voix éraillée, à force de Lucky Strike et de Four Roses, de Ness convenant à merveille à l'exercice. "Misery loves compagny" s'offre, excusez du peu, Bruce Springsteen en guest star et, effectivement, avec son coté massif et son solo de sax, on dirait bien un morceau tiré du répertoire du Boss de la grande époque...

Sur "crime don't pay", les plus avertis reconnaitront d'entrée la guitare du matou en chef, Brian Setzer, leader des inoubliables Stay Cats, invité pour un morceau de jump rock tout droit sorti des années 50.
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HASH(0x87b557d4) étoiles sur 5 If you've read the 35+ other reviews... 22 août 2000
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...then you have a pretty good idea of how multitalented Mike Ness is. Cheating at Solitaire completely blew me away the first time I heard it, and every SD fan should have a listen. The album contains incredible covers of some classic songs: for instance, there's the sing-along-because-you-can't-help-yourself cover of Dylan's "Don't Think Twice"--you can almost feel Ness shrug his shoulders when he sings, "You just kinda wasted my precious time"; there is also a chilling cover of "Long Black Veil"--the recurring drumroll alone made me shiver at the man singing from the grave. Ness' original songs are of course amazing. It didn't take long for "Cheating at Solitaire" to play over and over in my mind because, as with most Ness-penned SD songs, you really believe the lyrics. In a move of utter brilliance, Ness teams up with Springsteen for "Misery Loves Company"--their voices go together well, and I can't think of two singers more suited for a song about learning from experience and looking beneath the cover of "happiness." All in all, what makes this album so compelling, for me, is not so much Ness' exciting combination of rockabilly, punk, country, and even a saxophone, but the power of his voice: I don't know anything about Ness personally, but I believe every word when he sings "when I'm in [my car] I feel like a man" and "we're not punished for our sins, but by them." This album is the absolute best album I have bought in a really, really long time. Period.
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HASH(0x87b55c3c) étoiles sur 5 Grows on you. 19 novembre 1999
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My son (age 15) heard that Mr. Ness was an extremely decent singer/songwriter and this cowpunkbilly release was worth having a listen. He bought it on vacation this summer at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (! ) in Cleveland. It hasn't come out of his player since than. And I, as a second hand listener, have come under the spell. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x87b55c60) étoiles sur 5 because of mike ness, i love steel guitar 25 novembre 1999
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mike ness has so completely absorbed johnny cash and hank williams that he is actually extending their music instead of copying it.
the covers are first rate. "cheating at solitaire", "if you leave before me", "rest of our lives", and "dope fiend blues" are achingly impressive original songs.
"ballad of a lonely man" is just plain astounding.
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HASH(0x87b55b88) étoiles sur 5 Great listening for anyone who likes REAL music 12 mars 2002
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Having been a longtime Social D fan, it's surprising that I'm just now getting around to checking out Mike's solo stuff. I bought "Cheating at Solitaire" without hearing a track. I knew it had to be great though. From the opening lick of the "Ghost Riders in the Sky"-esque "the Devil In Miss Jones", I knew I had found a keeper. Ya know, I've said this before about other Social D albums, but the biggest thing to set them aside from most of the poseurs who are passing off as punk-rock these days (aside from Mike's singing) is sheer life-experience. He's actually lived through everything that he's singing about and that all comes through in his voice. This guy has done so much living in his forty-years that he will most likely NEVER run out of material as long as he stays around.
While "Cheating at Solitaire" may be slightly different from other Social D albums, it must be kept in mind that this is NOT the new Social D album. Yeah, there are some similarities, and of course, Mike's singing, but this is a whole different batch of tunes that have a delibertately more country/rockabilly feel, while still keeping that punk-sensibility, including the use of steel-guitars and even a sax hither and yonder. I, for one, absolutely love this record and I believe that anyone with an open mind will love it as well. Even if you do not like country-western (and I'm talking REAL country, not pop-country) this could open up some new doors for you and may encourage you to dig a little deeper and discover the likes of Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and Merle Haggard. Those guys actually lived the outlaw life that they were singing about as well. Mike is basically the next generation of what country music SHOULD have evolved into. I'm off to pick up "Under the Influence".
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HASH(0x87b580cc) étoiles sur 5 Holy Shiznit! 14 juillet 2004
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I stumbled onto "Under the Influences" and thought that was a great album. Not only does "Cheating" top that album, it blows it away. Don't Think Twice is phenominal, especially when compared to Peter, Paul, and Mary's- how can that be the same song Dylan wrote? Rest of our Lives, Ballad of a Lonely Man- I'll just have to stop there because to name all the great songs would be just typing out the track listing.
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