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Page Artiste Belle and Sebastian

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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD single, Single Maxi, Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000007WNE
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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BELLE & SEBASTIAN Lazy Line Painter Jane (1997 UK 4-track CD single includes You Made Me Forget My Dreams Photo Jenny and A Century Of Elvis picture sleeve JPRCDS002)

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Amazon.com: 4.5 étoiles sur 5 35 commentaires
2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Essential Belle And Sebastian! 30 avril 2003
Par Sal Paradise - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This box set contains three cds all three of which are sure to mystify even non-BAS fans with tracks like Lazy Line Painter Jane, You Made Me Forget My Dreams, String Bean Jean and the very strange but funny Century of Elvis which has this bloke talking about his encounter with Elvis. This box set I think is mainly for the fans of BAS. I am not a fan entirely though I have nearly all of their cds. I highly recommend this box set however get the cd IF YOU'RE FEELING SINISTER first if you are unfamilar with Belle and Sebastian's unique sound.
1 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 mixed bag 31 mars 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a cheap way of getting 3 good EP's. My favororite B&S song is here (Beautiful), as well as some excellent songs (Century of Fakers, String Bean Jean), as well as some very OK songs (about 5 songs in total).
2 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 She Has This Boy 19 juin 2005
Par J. Harkness - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a superb box set and showcases songwriting as elegantly economic and sincere as lazy Jane's art. The keynote of great art is sincerity and that's what resonates here. Oh yes, "She will have a boy tonight"! The subject of the cover art is the breathtaking Thea Martin. I wrote this for her:

Not A Poem

(For Thea Rosamund Caromy Martin)

This is not a poem, this a kiss:

Pure joy, pure hope, pure passion between lips:

True God, from true God, pure light from pure light.

Warms you through the night, ends all dreams.

You've always known this kiss exists.

Loves you completely, from the first,

Shares every chimera, every wish when you wake,

Honours your best, forgives your worst;

Loves you at a moment's reconnaissance

of your olive eyes and sizzling lips, cerise;

your finespun frame and golden breast,

wrapped in red-ribbon and jet jacket,

vested in genius wit, in words that tease and strip

to Thea Rosamund Caromy Martin: soul, mate -

sagacious, conscious, correctly proud not to be pathetic

At your worst, you are God's church:

the sinfully rapturous sinews of strength that fit, no, furbish

your summer dress as I walk with you, along the criossette

and cannot hide under your Annie Hall hat

the masterpiece you read in me or the heart in you saying yes

that yeilds to kindness because it is kind and

cannot camouflage with the ice of a gifted mind

your wisdom once unheralded: girlish intuitiveness

that always understood the universe,

in your smile, scent and kittenish purrs;

nor the wisdom won in bloody battles, of the woman exalted:

by the pervading pulse and secret sighs of your soul's home,

you speak the truth alone: melted musical, sprinkled manna;

merry mouth, lovely, salted sores of centuries,

little sugar droplets ceaselessly stirring

while I shiver beneath the cinerous sky,

under the hovering torrent that worked its way inside.

So how could you not notice I am still student?

still convict on last ship to Australia, lying low in soup kitchens with

cats just coolin' to escape college or gallows;

yet, in your visionary grasp, suddenly I've outgrown my in-jokes

to be on quest, mote jueste, for a signature grail

for a word to rub and heal your poor, tired feet,

hammer a nail, sling an axe, bow to bride,

if words such as these are truly more than poetry

to unlock a kingdom's chest or spin the gold of your breast:

not words at all but your kiss in my kiss and, again, your kiss.

all that is me is yours: my reach in rivers overflown

my fingers in your hair, my face in your hands,

my heart thumping hard at your soft, soft centre of self.

This kiss is not a clanging bell, it is music.

This kiss is not an infidel, it is tantric.

This kiss is not science, it is mystic.

This kiss always listens before it speaks.

This kiss is not a patriarch, it is holy spirit.

This kiss is karma: Life giving to life,

goodness giving to goodness, giving back safely all magic and bliss

that began in the moonlight of the Petit Majestic

Is life's rich marrow, yesterday, today and tomorrow:

Slow and serene, it melts but never goes away

This kiss does not possess, does not scream, "Me!",

never asks if its happy. It just is.

This kiss waits peacefully and authentically:

in celebration, the act of love,

without condition, without risk.

© J Harkness 2005
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This box set made me a fan 29 octobre 2003
Par singmebackhome - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have always heard B+S spoken well of, but pretty much only in indie rock circles which can be kinda stuffy and closed-minded, so I didn't know to put much stock in it. I figured I'd give them a shot when the opportunity presented itself instead of going out of my way. That day came when I saw this box set at a retail store "going out of business sale" and I snapped it up for 4 bucks.
OK- a few things here: best 4 bucks I've spent in a LONG time. I would have gladly paid more than full price for this sucker had I know how great it was. Also, I'm SO angry at myself for waiting so long to get to know this great music! The EP set is only the tip of the iceberg, as they have four or five full-lengths, but I so admire their dedication to the EP format. Each of these (and Jonathan David, which I also got and strongly recommend!) have their own character and flavor.
Major highlight is "Lazy Line Painter Jane" which is the kind of song that could have ruled the airwaves back when Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High" was a miserable failure. It reaches such orgasmic heights of Phil Specto-rama, with layer upon layer of sound building and building (AND BUILDING AND BUILDING) around the duet between Stewart and the soulful white girl Monica White. The lyrics are vague in a Stewart kind of way, with enough evocative references to "boys" and "girls" who's lives are potentially altered by the "last bus out of town" to make you buy into this grandiose drama of human feeling without knowing exactly what the hell is going on (Dylan-esque? Yes!) It's a total geek-out! And I just LOVE how that bass line recenters the focus after the first verse, breaks it all down and then builds it back up! You da man, Stewart!
He isn't afraid to bring alot to the party, either. There's a home in this indie-rock for slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, harmonica, violins and strings and synths that sound like violins and strings- and it's deadly sincere. There's no joking around here. The people in charge of making this light and airy music are serious craftsmen and super-talented arrangers. They give a damn about making the best song they can.
I can't wait to absorb more of their music. This is such a great band, and I'd urge people to buy this box set. I found it an incredible way to start in on Belle and Sebastian!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent! 15 février 2005
Par G. Frenkel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There are some bands who can barely scrape together a few songs in order to release a somewhat passable album. Then there are those groups whose general output is so large and proilific, that they must limit themselves, releasing only their best material and condemning the rest of it to some dark vault, or to b-sides. And finally, there are bands like Belle and Sebastian, whose greatness cannot be contained in a few measly albums, but appears in their countless EP's, most notably in the wonderful "Lazy Line Painter Jane". Time after time, B&S prove that not only is their entire catalouge quite excellent, but that many of those unreleased tracks are actually superior to what is chosen for their full-lengths, as is the case here. There's the outtake of "The State That I Am In", superior to the final cut on "TigerMilk", the rocking and unexpected title track and "Le Pastie De La Bourgeoise", the classic B&S of "Belle and Sebastian" and "Dog on Wheels" , and the achingly beautiful piano ballad "You Made Me Forget My Dreams". And while "Century of Elivs" and "Century of Fakers" might seem redundant (the latter is simply a version of the former with lyrics instead of spoken text), they're both quite excellent and funny. What's strange about this collection is that to me it seems to resemble "Fold Your Hands Child" the most, in that it goes for a sort of grab bag, wild card, genre-crossing sound (although that might simply be because it's not a proper album, but simply a collection of songs packaged together...). My one gripe, and this has been mentioned before, is that it seems quite odd that the album wasn't packaged onto one disc, but rather rereleased as the three seperate EP's with a cardboard "box" for storage. Whatever the case, this is an excellent collection, and need not be one of those "for fans only" purchases that's made after the full-length albums. It stands quite nicely on its own. My only hope is that they'll compile all of those singles released between "Arab Strap" and "Dear Catastrophe Waitress"...onto one disc!
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