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  • CD (7 septembre 2010)
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Cet album était attendu et malgré une première écoute qui ne plait pas pour tout les morceaux au fur et à mesure on apprécie jusqu'a totalement adoré les morceaux interprétés,on ne s'éloigne pas du premier opus à savourer,il faut ètre patient pour savourer un bon moment.
Merci Mme Bareilles.
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Par Clément le 5 décembre 2010
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J'ai vraiment beaucoup apprécié cet album. J'avais absolument adoré 'Little Voice', et j'attendais donc avec beaucoup d'attention ce nouvel album. Je ne suis pas déçu, au contraire. C'est vrai qu'au départ il y a certaines chansons que l'on adore pas immédiatement, mais après plusieurs écoutes, je peux vous garantir qu'on se rend compte de la beauté de l'album. Les arrangements sont superbes. Sara a su mêler des chansons un peu plus up-tempo et des ballades envoutantes.. A savourer.
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Si vous avez adoré les précédents opus je ne peux que vous conseillez cet album!
je n'ai mis q 4 étoiles car pour moi, il reste en dessous du premier :)
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Super album, aussi envoutant que le premier, et tout comme celui-ci j'espère encore l'écouté 5ans après. ^^ *bave* Je ne regrette pas mon achat.
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HASH(0x968a306c) étoiles sur 5 Best Sophomore Album in YEARS! 7 septembre 2010
Par Cade_ATX - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Easily my top 3 albums of the year! Let's start with that. This album is the most delightful and expansive (style-wise) sophomore album I think I've ever heard since The Score from The Fugees (bold statement... I know). But I seriously cannot get enough of this CD. I've had a copy of it for about three days (I know, sue me). But I also pre-ordered the iTunes version for the pre-order song and ordered a hard copy version off Amazon to make up for my conscience.

From start to finish, this relentless work of beauty captures you early with great percussions (and excellent violin placement on Uncharted) along with the Bareilles-uniqueness of lyrics she always has. Many of the poppier songs take full advantage of the time signature that even my fingers are tapping to the rhythm as I type this review. Another highlight is the actual pacing of the album itself. The album as a whole feels like you've just taken two deep breaths, breathing in being the excitement from the catchy pop songs and breathing out to being the solace you find from the softer, piano/acoustic guitar tracks.

Let's take a walk, track-to-track:

* Kaleidoscope Heart (*/*) - No need to rate the intro, though it is a perfect intro! Feels like a minute of Hide & Seek from Imogen Heap. Definitely sparks your interest for what's about to come.

* Uncharted (5/5) - And Bam! Off we go... catchy simple piano backed with violin work. Simple progression into full band kick-in. Her singing style is great with this song. I simply love how the verse lines each start slow and finish with rapid-fire lyrics. Not only a perfect start to the album, but I also feel this would be a perfect start to a live show for her.

* Gonna Get Over You (4.5/5/) - Four beats of 1820's burlesque piano into Neo-New York pop piano work... perfect. Snapping fingers perfectly assist the verses into a very catchy and sweet/sassy chorus. "Maybe... it's a vicious little word that could, Slay Me..." I love how each line isn't necessarily a full sentence yet broken up into bits and pieces of full thoughts, a style of work she does so poetically well in nearly all her tracks.

* Hold My Heart (4.5/5) - A perfect "lights go down, slow-mo scene, character realization piece. Bass drum beat with three-chord piano progression and handclaps carry Act 1 of this song perfectly leading up to the full band lead-in for the remainder. The bridge is excellent on this song by the way! Reminds me of "Come Around Soon" but without that beautiful, treasure-esque note she hits (which I still find as the best note recorded this decade). Finishes beautifully with another chorus. Excellent songwriting once again.

* King Of Anything (5/5) - There are so many things I would say if only I was able....... :)

* Say You're Sorry (4/5) - This is my least favorite song on the album (and by no means does that mean I skip over it when I listen thru!) The hardest part for me about this song is that it's my favorite song lyrically, it came out as perfect as I know she wanted it to production-wise, and has a nice chorus... for some reason it just doesn't resonate with me as much as the rest of the CD does. I know this is going to be many people's favorite by the way... it truly is a great track.

* The Light (4.5/5) - Alright! You ready to breathe out now? I love this song! Might be the most poetic song on the CD. The percussion pairs excellent with the piano and high notes she hits throughout the song. This is one of those songs that you can put on during traffic and before you know it, you're home with a high hat kick.

* Basket Case (5/5) - Great track! Starts like a Dylan/Springsteen ballad in the way the harmonica sings with acoustic strings. An excellent, subtle song that prepares you for your second breath.

* Let The Rain (5/5) - Alright, breath number two starts a third of the way through this track. My favorite track by far on this CD. Has everything in it! Lyrics, drum beat, piano, hook, VERY creative style. All and all, just excellent.

* Machine Gun (4.5/5) - This has my FAVORITE hook on the CD. I find myself just bobbing my head back and forth through the verse, using the minor chord she hits during the pre-chorus as a warm up for yelling the hook out loud. The bridge is great lyrically too... "don't just hide in the silence behind what you've been really trying to say". ALMOST as epic as Many The Miles.

* Not Alone (4/5) - A great, smoky, blues and burlesque feel all the way through. Has that creepin' bassline that she adapted through a few tracks off Little Voice. A solid song but can end up being a song that finishes before you know it. Not the catchiest tune on the list but lyrically (common theme, eh?) superb. The bridge is fun and she surprises you with an Alfred Hitchcock interview clip towards the end.

* Breathe Again (5/5) - OK everyone! Time to start breathing out your second breath with the second best track on the CD. A lot more relatable for most people I feel. The drum and piano dance together flawlessly in sync once again and have this sneaky electric guitar in the background that, all in all, just work perfectly. The last 30 seconds bring back that Imogen Heap feel. Beautiful.

* Bluebird (4.5/5) - Beautiful finish... as if you would expect nothing else from what you just heard. Great lyrics, simple beat, beautiful violin and voice. I love the idea of this song and what she's singing about.

And we're done! Congratulations, you've made it through one of the most anticipated albums of the year. I can't express (or can I?) how wonderful this CD is. I just can't wait to hit up La Zona Rosa next month for the Austin show. It's going to be amazing, I know!

Oh, and also, do not actually try to listen to this whole CD in two breaths... you will for sure kill yourself...
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HASH(0x968a30c0) étoiles sur 5 Lovely Colors In This Kaleidoscope 7 septembre 2010
Par Rudy Palma - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sara Bareilles confidently sidesteps the threat of sophomore slump with "Kaleidoscope Heart." The album is sugary yet mature pop from head to toe.

Produced with care and empathy by Neil Avron, it breathes easily and organically, resulting in a sunny surface that lets the lyrics and melodies radiate without excess sounds or beat clouding it. This is the kind of record Sarah McLachlan's fans wish she was capable of crafting again.

Lead single "King of Anything" is highly indicative of the album as a whole with its witty observations and jangly, radio-friendly melody. "Uncharted," the first song Bareilles penned for the LP, is a moment of euphoric revelation, propelled with such urgency that it sounds like it had no choice but to escape the mind of its writer. It is just idiosyncratic enough to show Bareilles' texture and individuality yet also has hit potential due to its colorful, instantly endearing hook.

"Gonna Get Over You" is even more solid and well-oiled - a doo-wop-infused slice of relentlessly catchy, hopelessly upbeat piano pop that is radio-friendly all over. The lyrics and melody sound blissfully wed and inextricable. As with most of the songs, not a single syllable is awkward or wasted, and not one moment is excessively noisy or cluttered.

"The Light," with its pastoral, gorgeous, wintry arrangement, is so intense it feels like it might absolutely burst from the pressure built up inside it. The brooding "Hold My Heart," which resembles Beyonce's "Halo" with its anonymous handclaps, is nonetheless similarly stirring with its brooding contemplation and Bareilles' passionate vocals. She moves in-between the high and low notes with mathematical - though never mechanical - precision. Where her voice lacks inherent beauty her sincerity and expressiveness compensate effectively.

"Say You're Sorry" is a cheeky slice of thoughtful, adult-oriented pop song craft, as is the kinetic, highly inspired, almost prayerful "Let the Rain." The aching, elegant "Breathe Again" begins with perhaps the best-written line on the album - "Car is parked, bags are packed, but what kind of heart doesn't look back?" Simple, sharply observed beauty shines through.

Most of Bareilles' peers are masterful at either lyrics or melody, but even the lesser moments of "Kaleidoscope Heart" show that she is masterful at both of them. It is heartening to see an artist put such vested effort in on a studio recording fated to sell relatively few copies in a troubled music industry. Her skills are so strong and incisive that for 50 minutes it feels like the mid-90s again, when singer/songwriters could still sell millions of records and their singles were warmly welcomed on radio.
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HASH(0x968a34f8) étoiles sur 5 a new fan of a great talent 8 septembre 2010
Par slaldrich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am a new fan. I heard Sara on television today and she grabbed my attention in the middle of a busy morning. I bought the album and love it. In a day when so many performers try to disguise their lack of ability with smoke clouds and laser beams, distracting costumes and an assortment of non-musical stupidity, Sara is a breath of fresh air. She is a wonderful songwriter who delivers her work with power, beauty and authenticity. The album is a true pleasure to listen to. This girl has talent. I don't buy very many whole albums, but this one is worth it.
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HASH(0x968a38c4) étoiles sur 5 Sara is the real deal! 16 septembre 2010
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Sara Bareilles is the real deal. If her album Little Voice hasn't convinced you, then her new album Kaleidoscope Heart should do the trick. After listening to her new release, I'd rank Sara Bareilles up there with Sarah Mclachlan as one of my favorite female singer songwriters.

I wondered if Sara could top Little Voice, and all I can say is that I wasn't disappointed. This another excellent album by Sara. This is probably one of the few albums that I will listen to all the way through and not feel the need to skip any songs. Stand out songs are Uncharted, Gonna Get Over You, Hold My Heart, King of Anything, Say You're Sorry, The Light and Let the Rain. The songs aren't as bluesy as the songs on "Little Voice," if that's what you're expecting. However, the melodies are excellent and memorable.

There are some great ballads on this album, and the upbeat songs have that playfulness in Sara's voice that I love.
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HASH(0x968a3474) étoiles sur 5 "This Territory is Uncharted" 8 septembre 2010
Par Tim Williamson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is a great sophomore effort from Sara Bareilles. She had a lot to live up to from her debut "Little Voice" with smash singles such as "Love Song", "Bottle It Up", and "Gravity". This LP does not dissapoint in the slightest. We are able to hear the piano-driven singer along with her witty lyrics and singable melodies once again. However, "Kaleidoscope Heart" adds some new sounds and instruments that we didn't experience with "Little Voice". Here's a track by track review:

1. Kaleidoscope Heart - This a cappella intro is a great way to start the CD. Singing in an a cappella group in college, Sara is quite talented in arranging harmonizing vocals. The lyrics fit well to introduce the entire album and lead perfectly into the first track.

2. Uncharted 10/10 - Definitely one of the standout tracks of this album. Right from the opening piano chords, listeners will be comforted to hear that Sara Bareilles signature-style staccato chords. The upbeat number is quite catchy and serves as the inspiraton for the rest of the album. Her vocals in the chorus (especially the final one) are filled with passion and conviction. This song is a gem from this album.

3. Gonna Get Over You 10/10 - Another one of the best tracks from this LP. This one may very well be a future single. I first heard this song from the "Gravity Tour" when she performed it live. I fell in love with it then and hoped it would show up on the album. I'm so glad it did. The layered vocals, snaps, and driving piano all blend together perfectly to pull this piece together.

4. Hold My Heart 9/10 - The verses and bridge in this song really shine. The claps turned me off at first, but they grow on me with more listens. I like how this song builds on itself from a mellow ballad into an emotional driving belter as Bareilles' vocals soar during the bridge. I can already see the lighters coming out during a live show.

5. King of Anything 10/10 - As the first single, this song delivers. The added horns are a nice twist to the traditional Sara B sound. This is the new "Screw You" song comparable to "Love Song" from her debut. This song refutes unsolicited advice and has become somewhat of an anthem for me when people try to tell me how to run my life. This is one of the high points of the album. Also check out the strings only version...it's amazing.

6. Say You're Sorry 7/10 - Not quite sure to make of this one. Melodically, the verses are absolutely amazing. But something about this song seems to be a little incohesive with the rest of the album. I think it would be better stripped down to just piano and slowed down to a ballad. However, I still enjoy listening to the song in full. Perhaps it will grow on me over time.

7. The Light 9/10 - The album finally slows down for a heartfelt ballad. Once again, the lyrics are cleverly crafted and speak right through your soul. Her vocals deliver delicately yet never feel distant. This is one of the most tender songs on the album. It's refreshing to hear a reassuring love song coming from Sara.

8. Basket Case 9/10 - One of my personal favorites off this effort. The acoustic guitar is a nice change of pace from the usual piano-driven songs. She reveals a vulnerable side of herself which allows her vocals to be delivered quite nicely. The harmonies in the chorus are also executed quite nicely.

9. Let the Rain 8/10 - Once again, the acoustic guitar is great to hear. The lyrics in this song are very relatable. I can picture listening to this song on a cross-country road trip. The pre-chorus is great to sing along to and the chorus is quite catchy as well.

10. Machine Gun 9/10 - The chorus is one of the best I'e heard off of "Kaleidoscope Heart". The mix of angst in her voice along with her powerful belt fit perfectly together as she sings "Maybe nobody loved you when you were young." I think we all have people in our lives that we've pondered that question about, haha. I find myself listening to this one quite a bit.

11. Not Alone 8/10 - Out of all the tracks, I could picture this one on "Little Voice". It's got that jazzy edge that "Morningside" and "Vegas" had. It's got some dark lyrics which correlate nicely with the creepy piano line. The added Alfred Hitchcock voiceover is a nice touch too.

12. Breathe Again 9/10 - This is the most emotionally raw track here. The lyrics are sung right to your heart. She delivers this melancholy emotion perfectly in her soft voice. The hook in the chorus is absolutely beautiful.

13. Bluebird 10/10 - How beautiful is this song? Her voice delivers perfectly in this song...and it's the perfect way to end the album. It's a tad jazzy, and the violins add a nice touch to the piano. This ballad will be great performed live.

Overall, I think Sara Bareilles delivered on this one and avoided the dreaded "Sophomore Slump" that so many artists fall into. I would definitely say that the tracks on "Kaleidoscope Heart" are more produced with added instruments and layered vocals. "Little Voice" was more stripped down and raw, but it's nice to hear this progression into a slightly new sound that still borrows many of the same elements (witty lyrics and driving piano lines).

Standout/Must Have Tracks: King of Anything, Uncharted, Gonna Get Over You, Breathe Again, Hold My Heart

Other Personal Faves: Basket Case, Bluebird, Machine Gun
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