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Page Artiste Hootie and the Blowfish

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (12 août 1994)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN : B000002IZC
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  DVD audio  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 152.581 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Hannah jane
  2. Hold my hand
  3. Let her cry
  4. Only wanna be with you
  5. Running from an angel
  6. I m goin home
  7. Drowning
  8. Time
  9. Look away
  10. Not even the trees
  11. Goodbye

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great!!!!!! 25 juin 2016
Par marie larose - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have always loved this album
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 30 juillet 2016
Par Tjr - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent CD...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 With a Little Peace, and Some Harmony 2 septembre 2005
Par Scooter McGavin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The album starts out with an explosion of sound in Hannah Jane then transitions into the three big hits off the album beginning with the biggest of them all Hold My Hand. I remember hearing them performing the song as an unknown band on Letterman one night and made my way to the local record store the next day. The song, aided by David Crosby on backing vocals, slowly became an anthem for drunk people everywhere, especially frat houses. The song was followed by equally big Let Her Cry, the go to break up song of its time. Hootie got back to the upbeat pop with the next song, Only Wanna Be with You, whose ESPN themed video still remains one of the most entertaining videos of all time. Of course Dan Marino was featured to clear up the line, "I'm such a baby, yeah, the Dolphins make me cry" because crying for men is only socially acceptable when its sports related.

Even beyond the big three, the album is very listenable and doesn't feature a song that worthy of the skip button. Running from the Devil, with its violin and bongos, give the song a down home feel, and I love how Darius delivers the line "I gave up on you along time a go, but there's something I want you to know." Every great pop record isn't complete without a monosyllabic chanting, and I'm Coming Home delivers that with it's, "Sha la la, sha la la," chorus. The song is another good down home sing-along. Look Away starts earnestly enough with, "Saw her standing there," and continues from there with a mellow look at a failed relationship that shouldn't be ending.

Being in a pop band, Darius and the boys aren't afraid to talk about serious topics. Drowning deals with living as a black man in the South and asks the important questions such as, "Why is there a rebel flag hanging from the state house walls?" The song later features a line that has puzzled me for years, "PE's coming." I've been wondering since I've first heard it if PE stands for Public Enemy, another group that talked about the plight of the black man. Time, which I believe was the tenth single off the album, also deals with some tough subjects such as, "Children killing in the street, dying for the color of a rag."

The album closes with a couple of sadder songs starting with my favorite track from the Cracked Rear View, Not Even the Trees. The song deals with the loss of a loved one. The song was very conforming to me as I lost a few friend and family around the release of the album. There were many times I would rewind the song to hear the lyrics, "Does he realize, he came down and took you too soon." I love hearing this song live as Darius slows this line down to give it an extra impact. The official closing song, Goodbye, is the perfect closing time anthem set against an elegant piano melody. Just a great, cry in your beer type of song that is easily relatable to any college aged person. "So baby while we're young, lets figure out together." The album really comes to a close after Darius gives a soulful acapella version of the old standard, Motherless Child.

Over the years, people have drifted away from Hootie and the Blowfish in a case of being too big too fast and a natural backlash came. This was unwarranted as the boys never presented themselves as anything but who they were, a bar band from the South. All of their songs sound better in a bar as the album deals with great college experiences that will eventually happen in your local watering hole. Even though they haven't put out a quality album lately, the boys can still pull off a great live show as I seen them throw in covers such as Soft Cell's Tainted Love and Stone Temple Pilots' Interstate Love Song showing their strengths of a bar band. In fact, their cover album, Scattered, Smothered, & Covered, rivals their earlier albums in quality. And then there is the video Summer Camp with Trucks featuring a show circa their major label debut which is also worth checking out if just hearing Darius trying to rap. I still consider this group of songs as the most perfect pop-rock album ever made.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best-selling albums of all time - deservedly so 6 juillet 2004
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Unless I'm mistaken, Cracked Rear View still has to be one of the most successful debut albums ever released. This album was huge, boasting several hit singles and getting more airplay than just about anything else out there for months on end. Strangely enough, the group only managed one small blip on the radar in the years following this release, but that doesn't take anything away from the success of this, their first and most successful commercial release. Being from North Carolina, I felt a special affinity for these South Carolina brethren of mine, and indeed at one point I actually acquired the moniker of Hootie myself (for reasons I could probably not explain even if I could remember them). I also loved the obvious influence of Bob Dylan in their music; heck, these guys actually incorporated some of the lyrics from Dylan's classic Tangled Up in Blue in their hit single Only Wanna Be With You.
Speaking of hit singles, Hold My Hand and Let Her Cry (along with Only Wanna Be With You) dominated the airwaves for a few weeks short of forever, and I do believe Time also registered on the charts. I seem to remember Hannah Jane also coming out as a single - if it didn't, it certainly should have as this, the album's leadoff track, in many ways typifies the type of music Hootie and the guys perfected. Running From an Angel also stands head and shoulders above most of the songs recorded during the somewhat dead years of the mid-90s. Darius Rucker's voice just has a special quality impossible to describe - soothing in a sandpapery sort of way. He could be the king of the party, and he could also touch something in your soul when his musical mood turned melancholy. If you secretly search the CD collection of anyone between 30 and 50, you will most likely find this little gem there somewhere, as it sold upteen millions of copies. You don't have that kind of success without something extraordinarily unique that appeals to a wide cross-section of music fans. Cracked Rear View was a great album in 1994, it's a great album now, and it will be a great album for all the years to come.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truly an amazing album.... 7 mars 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A couple of days ago I was watching a television program where Hootie and the Blowfish were compared to REM. REM being one of my favorite bands, I thought, "Well, maybe I should look into Hootie." That is when it hit me! A gift someone had given a couple of years ago, "Cracked Rear View". While blowing the dust off of the CD and taking "Automatic for the People" out of my CD player, I looked at the track listing and realized I had heard less then half of them. So I set my stereo to shuffle and the first thing I hear is the inspirational bonus track, "Motherless Child." I was truly amazed! So once he had blown me away with some of the tracks that I heard with the shuffle function, I flipped to the only track I hadn't heard yet, a song called "Not Even the Trees". I really had no idea what to expect- but i realized after the song had started that I had saved the best for last! The one recurring thought I had through the whole album was how much Darious Rucker's guitar sounded like the guitar in "Walkaways" off "Recovering the Satellites" by the Counting Crows. I guess if I had to say "If you like Hootie, you will love..." I would finish that sentance with the Counting Crows and REM. This is a truly amazing debut!
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