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The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook

The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook

28 août 2001
4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 28 août 2001
  • Date de sortie: 28 août 2001
  • Label: What Are Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2001 Quixotic Records
  • Durée totale: 58:27
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  • ASIN: B0022TL0YC
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client

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Par Un client le 28 octobre 2001
Format: CD
Je conseille particulièrement cette version "import" de l'album, qui comprend un cd en bonus avec neuf titres acoustiques dans lesquels Glenn Tilbrook se découvre bien plus expressif que par ailleurs. Néanmoins, l'album en lui-même est excellent, surtout la première moitié. Les structures musicales sont très complexes, ce qui explique qu'on ne l'entende pas à la radio... Je l'ai connu via Aimee Mann, songwriteuse américaine de génie qui a composé ici la musique de "Observatory". Un des titres les plus originaux de l'album.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Surprised by how much I love this CD! 2 avril 2013
Par Terramoto - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased this CD on a whim as I was a Squeeze fan back in the day. Wow! What a great bunch of songs! Beautiful tunes...happy...sad...touching...and Glenn Tilbrook's voice is as good or better now than it was back with Squeeze. If you put these songs on in the background and go about your business, two listens later this will be on your short list of desert island disks! This man has the gift of melody on a par with Neil Finn of Crowded House. Love to see those two get together and merge their talent on a batch of songs. I'm sure it would be amazing. Give this disk a listen...if you love melody and hook-filled songs that will set up shop deep in your head, this is the one folks.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 songs to make you smile 12 juillet 2013
Par Donald E. Gilliland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I was a huge Squeeze fan back in the 1980s and early 90s, but missed hearing this Glenn Tilbrook album when it first came out over a decade ago. Now that I've finally heard it the whole thing, I'm very impressed. These songs are bursting with that familiar pop goodness that Squeeze was known for back in the day. And of course there is the bonus of hearing Tilbrook's exhilarating vocals once again; like a familiar friend who has returned to serenade you. The album is bursting with songs full of pop hooks and clever lyrics, and Glenn sounding playful and refreshed. And that's one of the strenghts to this album; it sounds like he is having fun singing these songs. Delightful new tunes such as "Parallel World", "Interviewing Randy Newman" and "Sunday Breakfast Treat" just make me nod my head and smile. More squeeze-able pop gems. It's what the worlds needs now, don't you think? Now I need to go back and listen to other Tilbrook albums I've missed in the past decade. I missed that voice.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 BRILLIANT Recording! 8 décembre 2001
Par Douglas R. Tooley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Glenn Tilbrook is today's Paul McCartney. To compare this record with his former band Squeeze is a mistake. To say that it 'misses' the Difford lyrics of past Squeeze records is simply ridiculous.
This recording stands on its own merit and surpasses ANY other pop melodic music being released today. Why the singles Parallel World and This is Where You Ain't don't dominate the airwaves is a testament to the radio stations living out of the big record companies back pockets. i.e. PAYOLA!
It is chock-a-block full of songs that get stuck in your head and stay there -- not that-that is a bad thing.
Take a chance. Buy this CD. Listen to it a few times. If you are a guy -- it is perfect 'date music'. If you are a gal get ready to say 'that is such a beautiful song'.
A criminally underrated talent. nuff said.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A for Effort, C for Execution 30 décembre 2004
Par Craig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ex-Squeeze tunesmith Glenn Tilbrook ventures out into the vast wasteland of the "solo artist" on his solo debut from indie label Quixotic Records.

Tilbrook, best known for his vocal stylings with England's 80s new-wave hipsters Squeeze, has toured solo on and off for several years. When Squeeze officially dissolved, Tilbrook made the decision to work on a solo recording. No stranger to song writing--He composed the music for Squeeze along with lyricist Chris Difford--Tilbrook takes his first crack at lyrics with mixed results.

There seems to be a marked attempt to duplicate Difford's narrative style on many numbers. These often fall flat. The most egregious example is the track, "Interviewing Randy Newman," in which Tilbrook relates in excruciating detail the experience of conducting an interview with his idol for the BBC. It's difficult not to cringe when he rhymes "Newman" with "clue man."

At other times the lyrics work better as on "G.S.O.H. Essential" and One Dark Moment. The former is an autobiographical plea for acceptance as a solo artist which acknowledges the difficulties obtaining success as a paunchy, middle-aged pop singer in the era of Britney and Cristina, as well as the challenges of "running a small shop in the age of a global superstore." Tilbrook also gets by with a little help from his friends, co-writing with indie darling Aimee Mann, Ron Sexsmith, Chris Braide and Kim Stockwood.

Fans of Tilbrook's soulful tenor will not be disappointed. His voice seems to get better every year. He is also one of the best guitarists in the business.

I do wonder why the best song from these sessions, By the Light of the Cash Machine, wasn't included on this album. It would have made a strong single, but instead is relegated to the B-side of a single. Oh well.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Completely Fantastic CD!! 18 septembre 2001
Par Kristy Madden - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have one question for Glenn Tilbrook: With talent like this, why did it take you so long to come out with your first solo CD? Have no worries about how aging has affected this man's voice - if anything he sounds better than ever! There is a higher level of emotional engagement with the material - no surprise since he wrote many of the lyrics. If you liked his work with Squeeze, I'm 99% sure you'll love this CD. It features songwriting at the level of Some Fantastic Place - one of that band's best. Very melodic, memorable tunes with lyrics that feel both personal & heartfelt. There's a gut-level honesty about these songs, in both the lyrics & in the emotion conveyed by Glenn's lovely voice, which really grabs you. This is true right at the outset, in "This Is Where You Ain't", where his voice goes from sorrow to a growling, heartfelt cry "...And I dream that you're with me and it just isn't so/I'm a long way from happy you're a long way from home". And later, in "Parallel World", he sings of wanting to escape to "...a parallel world where things always go as planned/Happiness is gift-wrapped and everyone knows where they stand". Don't get the impression that this is an especially dark album though. There are several wry & witty numbers such as "G.S.O.H. Essential" (the perils of reviving one's music career), "Interviewing Randy Newman" (a true story about the importance of being well-prepared when you're interviewing a celebrity!) and "Up The Creek" about trying to reclaim the dance floor after age forty ("My coordination's fantastic and I'm looking older than I feel"). There are also some fine collaborations here including "Observatory", co-written with Aimee Mann & featuring some lovely imagery about star-crossed lovers and "You See Me", a gorgeous lovesong co-written with Ron Sexsmith. The most striking thing for me is the strong undercurrent of hope & optimism which comes through, despite the sadness of several songs. When I'm down, it's a great CD to play because it takes me on a journey through the pain & joy of life, then brings me back down to life's smaller-but-worthwhile pleasures with Glenn's recipe for a "Sunday Breakfast Treat". It's my personal pick for CD of the Year & hasn't left my CD changer since I bought it.
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