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Livin the Luxury Brown

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Page Artiste Mint Condition

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (26 avril 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0007UDCNU
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Mintrolude
  2. My Sista
  3. Look Whachu Done 2 Me
  4. Whoaa
  5. I'm Ready
  6. Love Your Tears
  7. Mintal (Interlude)
  8. Luxury Brown
  9. Half An Hour
  10. It's Hard
  11. Runaway
  12. Fallin Apart
  13. What Happened
  14. The Tempest (Interlude)
  15. Sad Girl
  16. Doormat
  17. One Wish
  18. We Got Us

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Luxary Of Audio And Lyrical Color 14 janvier 2012
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A truly inspiring album and one of the most powerful musical statements I've ever heard from them. Though on each one of their albums I've heard things I thought were some of the most powerful music I ever heard,it didn't always seem consistant albums were always their strongpoint. Though they had at least one other full one superb full lengh set. On their first album of the new millenium Mint Condition had taken six years to put their creative minds together to come up with something that said something very directly about who they were as musicians and people. You see it on the accompanying DVD where they all discuss learning to be themselves musically and be proud of it. As it turns out that is where the CD title comes from. On another groove this is also a concept album. No-the subject matter really isn't anything new. But the way that and the music is handled is.

One thing that characterizes this album is an overall smooth flow. Starting with a very communal afro-latin jazz-funk styled "Mintrolude" the album really gets into a nice midtempo funk flow with "My Sista","Look Whachu Done 2 Me","Whooa","I'm Rewdy","Half An Hour" and especially the memorable and catchy title song. The rhythms are percussive and flowing-with the steel drums,bass/acoustic and electric guitar lines and the electric pianos all flowing together in this steamy,gurgling soup. The concept of course two sided infidelity. The song lyrics analyze the topic from top to bottom. On the ballads,all with that same gurgling flow as the faster songs such as "Love Your Tears","It's Hard","Sad Girl","Doormat" and "One Wish" the narrative develops a more sensative that analytical tone. The rocker "Runaway" actually explores a lady falling deep in deprevity,linked with the storyline. And as if that wasn't enough the album ends on it's most powerful note with "We Got Us",rhythmically potent and well crafted melodic funk with prominant breakbeats and a strong resolution to the albums concept.

In a lot of ways this might very well be the album Mint Condition were looking to make from the very beginning of their career. It's very long-almost 75 minutes long and containing eighteen full songs. On the other hand it's one of those albums you'll get so into,you'll think less than an hour has passed. Considering the funky album lengh concepts of R.Kelly around this 2003-2004 it was probably an enriching environment from which Mint Condition could be themselves without losing any of their potentcy. Giving up on any prospects of "commerciality",that is as set by modern standards you can see this is them cutting something they wanted to cut. They always started out that way. And while many of their fans would want to argue otherwise,there was always that little bit of that "WE NEED A HIT" quality there. And usually in the same place-the rhythmic pattern of some of the uptempo tunes. Here that was not present. And even the tad bit of rap included on a couple songs keeps with the grooving flow of it all. This is an album I highly recommend even to first timers interested in Mint Condition,as it finds them doing what they do best at their best.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 31 mars 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Luv it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Whoa 16 mai 2005
Par Wadie E. Suttles III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album comes with a different spin for the MINT. But it isn't disappointing by far. Like Outkast, The MINT continues to open up new avenues to it's listeners. And where many may find a different vibe on this album, Stokeley explains to the benefit of his listeners that Mint Condition will continue to create new and improve sounds, on the bonus added DVD disc, located inside the 2 ply jewel box of the CD.

My favorite song happens to be "Whoaa". The chorus has a feel of a Pharrell track, but with Stokeley leads, it quickly reminds you that Mint Condition is in full control of it. For that reason alone, I have become partial to this song. But every song on this album is extremely welcoming to any stereo you use.

This album is a great album to add to your music library. And don't allow the absence of Keri Lewis to be a deciding factor on if you should purchase this album or not. As much as I would like having Keri present on this album, the MINT's musical bond remains tight, structured and as beautiful as the "Meant to be Mint" album. So give these guys your love. And I promise you that the love will be returned.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Adjust your expectations, this is not a ballad heavy Mint album. 31 août 2015
Par MochaMF - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ok, I feel like I have to step in here for folks that are fans but felt this album was all over the place. This was their first offering outside of a major label and they had been away for almost ten years. In all that time would you expect real musicians to come out with music they'd made almost 15 years prior to that? That wouldn't make sense if you're a musician that learns, grows and experiments. The thing about R&B is that it's always been an amalgam of black music (jazz, funk, blues AND rock) understanding this Livin the Luxury Brown as a project isn't outside their lane. This album shows a progression artistically. Is it Definition of a Band, or my fav From the Mint Factory? No. And while I enjoyed those albums and the sound from that era, I also like to see artists innovate and play. I enjoy all types of music and I've always been a fan of their rock pieces so the last third of this album was a real treat for me. If you are looking for a ballad heavy album all about falling in love this is not that album. I know the departure may seem like a shock but it's really hard to innovate when you're stuck talking about the same thing in the same ways. I think rather than this album falling short that some fans need to adjust their expectations.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 WOO HOO 30 avril 2015
Par Jennifer L Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Got way faster than I expected and it's awesome! This is one of my all time favorite CD's and it's hard to find. I'm quite giddy!
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