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Page Artiste Level 42

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (9 juin 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0026J8KSM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 332.506 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Guaranteed
  2. Overtime
  3. Her Big Day
  4. Seven Years
  5. Set Me Up
  6. The Ape
  7. My Father's Shoes
  8. A Kinder Eye
  9. She Can't Help Herself
  10. If You Were Mine
  11. Lasso The Moon
  12. With A Little Love

Disque : 2

  1. Guaranteed (Single Edit)
  2. All She Wants
  3. Guaranteed (The New Avengers Mix)
  4. Guaranteed (Wheel Spin Warrior Mix)
  5. Overtime (Edit)
  6. At This Great Distance
  7. Overtime (The 'Lorimer' Mix)
  8. Overtime (The Hen Pecked Horns Mix)
  9. Overtime (The King Mix Radio Version)
  10. Overtime (Live)
  11. Guaranteed (Live)
  12. If You Were Mine (Live)
  13. My Father's Shoes (Single Version)
  14. As Years Go By
  15. Her Big Day (Live)
  16. The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up) (Live)

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Par Frédéric MARCEL TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 31 mars 2013
Format: CD
J'ai mis longtemps avant de me procurer cet album, tellement la réputation qui le précède fait un bruit digne d'une batterie de casseroles accrochées à la queue d'un chien... Et bien je dois vous avouer que j'ai finalement été agréablement surpris.

Après la sortie de Staring At The Sun en 1988, et le décès d'Alan Murphy (le remplaçant du guitariste Boon Gould, co-fondateur du groupe) en 1989, le groupe décide de faire une pause. Ce n'est que fin décembre 1990 que se fera le grand retour en studio, avec la sortie du nouvel album en 1991.

D'entrée, le titre éponyme donne le la : cet opus sera placé sous le signe de la pop-musique. Exit le jazz-funk des débuts. Fini les climats si particuliers de Staring At The Sun. Cet album pourrait largement s'inscrire dans la continuité de Running in the Family.

On y trouve ces tempo medium ("Overtime") ou medium-lent (les magnifiques "Seven Years" et "Lasso The Moon"), qui ont fait la gloire du groupe, notamment dans World Machine. On y trouve aussi quelques rythmes plus rapides ("My Father's Shoes") et un ternaire lent ("She Can't Help Herself").
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Après une dizaine d'années de gloire et un changement de line-up assez radical le groupe se ramollit méchamment, délaissant majoritairement sa pop rythmé et funky pour un ensemble de ballades. Cela s'écoute mais on a vite fait de réécouter les anciens albums nettement plus riches en tout point.
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11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a 2-in-1 BMG compilation, not THEE Guaranteed album 17 février 2005
Par David Below - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Just an FYI, this album is incorrectly listed and displayed.

It's a mixed BMG compilation of both the RCA 'Guaranteed' album of 1991 and the 'Forever Now' album of 1994. BMG decided to name this 2-in-1 album 'Guaranteed' and it throws people off. You don't get the track listings as they appear on the individual albums. And this amazon page looks to be defaulting to what it knows as the 'Guaranteed' album's tracklist.


Hope this helps.
- a Level 42 fan
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't give up on a great thing 28 avril 2006
Par S. A. Felton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I became a fan of Level 42 in 1987, when they put out the fantastic

album called "Running In the Family." Those were maybe the last days

when I listened to the radio, when there was actually some new music from

time to time, Top 40, commercial, whatever, that made it worthwhile

listening to see if there was something new. It seems like for years we

have been caught in some kind of "oldies" loop, countless stations playing

oldies from different decades, with practically no new rock music worth

listening to, and even the decent music doesn't seem to hold a candle to

the great music that came out from the 1960's-80's. We seem to be stuck

musically, and that's not the only area we are stuck in (global

consciousness expansion?). Thank g-d for classical music!

Like many, I assumed that Level 42 had reached their peak on that

amazing album. I bought a number of their prior albums and liked them, esp.

"The Pursuit of Accidents," which I would highly recommend to anyone

who hasn't heard it. These great musicians can rock while putting some

"white man" kind of funk (with or without a jazzy feel) into their music,

with clever, catchy melodies. The synergy between the contrasting and yet

complementary talents of the bass and keyboard players gives them a

unique, powerful sound, and most songs are more than listenable.

But "Running In The Family" was their peak to me, and that was

confirmed when their next album came out and wasn't nearly as good,

probably because they lost their guitar player.

Until about a year ago I had pretty much stopped listening to Level 42,

but some friends were making some CD's out of "Running In The Family" and

other LP's we had, and I decided to see if they had kept going. So now

I have heard what I believe were their final 2 albums, "Guaranteed" and

"Forever Now." All I can is, they got their act back together, and then

some, in these final albums. Both are amazing, and I would rank "Guaranteed"

as their best album, by far, and that is definitely saying something.

"Guaranteed" is definitely on some other level, 42 or otherwise,

maybe higher. The songs are great, they are varied, they show superior

talent and musicianship, drive, creativity, and more. My two favorite

songs on the album are the intense rocker, track 5, "Set Me Up." It

amazes me that a group that generally follows the rock/funk/jazz

formula can turn it on in such an intense way. The other song I want

to mention is track 10, "If You Were Mine," which is my favorite Level 42

track of all time (again, this is saying something). It is 4 1/2 minutes

of beautiful rock, great melody, great themes, a "perfect" song - right

when you think it's over it has that final kick, the last 45 seconds

or so, as if they were saying, "we got this one right on the money, from

beginning to end."

If by some fluke you are a Level 42 fan who has never heard this

album, you will be blown away!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 True musicianship, rare professionals.... 11 mars 2005
Par Ahmad Tarmidzi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is indeed NOT the RCA release Guaranteed album. That one is really hard to get these days. Having been a faithful Level 42 fan for a very long time.... Mark King being my main influence on the bass, this album, like most of the early ones, is a masterpiece. Allan Holdsworth also contributed in this album (in case you don't know, he's the guitar wizard worshipped by other guitar maestros). So if you're looking for the RCA release, don't look here. But this album is a true gem.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 As Years Go By It Just Gets Better 26 août 2009
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Over the course of the 80's Level 42's music gradually became poppier than it had been in it's jazzier funk beginnings but,it didn't mean the band had lost all concept of a great groove. When this album came out in 1991 the music scene in general had become far more generic and the genre of dance-funk pop was not exactly burning up the charts. At the same time Level 42 were still running with all thrusters on open fire at the time and weren't about to let new passing trends stand in their way. With musicians such as John Thirkell,Gary Barnacle,Drew Barfield,Allen Holdsworth and Gary Husband involved the band were ready to continue ther musical streak after the mixed results of their previous album Staring at the Sun. The result is a title track that is firmly rooted in the bands pop/funk sound and,of course with it's strong catchiness was an obvious choice from a first single. What is most impressive however are the slower grinding grooves,in keeping with funk's basic tradition on "Overtime","Set Me Up","Her Big Day" and the afro-latin influenced "The Ape",all strong reminders of the music versitility and energy that broke the band out of the box in the beginning. True there is still a very prominant 80's style and production but everything works. The presense of session guitarist Dominic Miller from Sting's band of the period makes another huge difference on songs like "A Kinder Eye","She Can't Help Herself",If You Were Mine","Seven Years" and "Lasso The Moon",all of which demonstrate a mildly Sting-like approch to the bands own kind of jazz-rock fusion. With the sax led "With A Little Love" the same kind of thing happens and one is assured without any doubts that Level 42 are definately not about to give up on their strong ethic of musical creativity over chart action. Guitar solos,heavy polyrhyhms and of course Mark King's expansive bass lines broaden the scope of these jazz-funk-pop songs to give them an extra added depth that keeps everything from becomming dated,which sadly was a big problem with a lot of pop music during this period. The second disk as with the reissue ofForever Now tends towards very housy remixes of some of the albums hits but includes a few extra songs from the same period such as the jazzier instrumental "At This Great Distance" as well as "All She Wants" and "As Years Go By",both continuing on this same creative tract. Some live versions of the tunes from concerts of the period are also included. Level 42 never recorded more than two studio albums in the 90's,focusing heavier on live work which seemed to be artistically satisfying for them at the time. But what did emmerge from this and the rest of their studio output of the decade showed a band with all intents of carrying a particular kind of music onward as the new millenium approched.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 It works for the most part. 4 février 2014
Par Nicholas Vezmar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Any time you have Allan Holdsworth on an album it deserves a listen. The songs are pretty good for the most part but you could tell they were losing their "edge" so to speak. Father's Shoes borders on elevator music with the thin sounding acoustic and "too happy" melody.
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