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Machine Gun

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  • CD (25 février 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN : B0000243X7
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Disque : 1

  1. Machine gun
  2. Young girls are my weakness
  3. I feel sanctified
  4. The bump
  5. Rapid fire
  6. The assembly line
  7. The zoo (the human zoo)
  8. Gonna blow your mind
  9. There's a song in my heart
  10. Superman

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Format: CD
En ces temps reculés, Lionel Richie exhibait lui déjà des fantasmes plutôt basiques. Ses rêves de super héro ("Superman") et ses appels à la culbute ("The Bump") s'exprimaient à travers une musique funk hautement plus enthousiasmante, car Lionel était l'un des six Commodores. Ses aspirations les plus dégoulinantes étaient heureusement restreintes, par Motown, et surtout par le fait qu'il n'était que saxophoniste et chanteur occasionnel. Sur ce premier album, Lionel n'a le droit qu'à deux compositions personnelles, "There's a Song in My Heart" et "Superman", qui sont de très loin les moins intéressantes et donc logiquement placées à la fin du disque.

Le reste du disque est une véritable diablerie, révélant le funk le plus sauvage jamais entendu chez Motown. Le groove est sec, agressif, incroyablement accrocheur et se décuple à travers des arrangements simples et direct menés par les cuivres et les claviers synthétiques. Les chants et diverses vocalises, solitaires ou collectives, s'intègrent parfaitement au bataillon instrumental sans jamais faire d'ombre aux guitares, cuivres et autres clavinettes. Le célèbre "Machine Gun", entièrement instrumental et non loin d'être aussi irrésistible que le "Superstition" de Stevie Wonder, fera les beaux jours en tant que jingle de nombreux programmes télévisuels, notamment Top of the Pops, avant d'être samplé par les Beastie Boys ("Hey, Ladies").
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Motown's answer to EWF and the Ohio Players.... 2 mai 2004
Par The Fancy One - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
During the early to mid-'70s, funk bands ruled the R&B world. This was not lost on Motown, and they wanted an act that covered the down and dirty funk/R&B bases like Maurice White's Earth, Wind and Fire, the Ohio Players and Funkadelic did. They discovered the Commodores, a sextet straight out of the Dirty South (Tuskegee, Alabama) in a New York City nightclub, and they found their answer. As the opening act for the label's hottest group, the Jackson 5, they got their experience playing in front of stadiums full of thousands of people and soon earned their shot at a recording contract with Motown.

MACHINE GUN was the group's second album on Motown (their first one was recorded in '72 but never released), and signaled that this group was an important force to be reckoned with. Featuring the amazing keyboard wizardry of Milan Williams, this album kicks off with the title cut and grabs you from start to finish! The three lead vocalists' voices (that's right, not just Lionel's) are wonderfully soulful and earthy, especially drummer Walter "Clyde" Orange's voice!! That brotha, all 5'4" of him, is SOUL PERSONIFIED!! Lionel did go on to become the most famous of all the Commodores, but Clyde was the FUNKIEST by far.

I especially loved "Gonna Blow Your Mind", "The Bump", "Young Girls Are My Weakness", "I Feel Sanctified" and "The Assembly Line" (the last of which has been sampled by hip-hoppers time and time again, and musically similar to a later tune that Lionel Richie wrote on his own, the popular "This Is Your Life"). Lots of syntheziers and horns (courtesy of Lionel on alto sax and William King on trumpet) drive this CD and you'd never guess back then that these guys could come funkier than this...but they did, even more so because their follow up album to this, CAUGHT IN THE ACT, is even better!

The only weak spot on this CD is the Richie-penned "Superman" - this was technically the first recorded tune Lionel Richie wrote by himself, and the music is good. But the lyrics - well, the nicest thing I could possibly say about them is that THANK GOD Richie got better as the years went on.

Pick this up today and believe me when I say, the mighty, mighty Commodores existed long before "Brick House", "Three Times A Lady" and "Still" and why they will always be a funk band first and foremost in my book. This CD is living proof! Get it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Those Funky Commadores! 23 juillet 2004
Par Andre' S Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Before the sellout years the Commadores were a chunky,horn

heavy funk band who debut with this album,containing two fine

instrumentals in the hit title song and "Rapid Fire".The quircky

"Zoo (The Human Zoo)" points to the bands good sence of humor.

Further more this album contains no ballads at all and is filled

with sweaty horns,yoweling vocals from Lionel Riche and alot

of staccato clavinet spats!But BOY do times change!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is some Phunk 4 ya!! 17 mai 2003
Par Jon L. Capogrossi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was the first album ever realeased by the Commodores. After hearing various songs from it played on "The History of Funk" radio show here in the SF Bay Area, I dug up this album a few years ago in a record shop because it's THAT FUNKY.
It's now on CD for all to hear and get down to. Keyboardist Milan Williams was the real breakout artist on this album..."Rapid fire" is one of the illest, funkiest synthesizer jams ever made. The title track was a breakthrough of early synthesizer use for it's time as well, and was the album's only actual hit at the time of it's release, despite it's later "shameful" use in the movie Boogie Nights but...I'm telling you, almost every song on this album is funky and great. "Assembly Line" has a classic breakbeat with "Ho's!" that has been sampled/scratched by untold hip hop DJ's and producers over the years...If you're any kind of Hip Hop fan you'll go "Oh Yeah, so that's where that's from!" as soon as you hear it. "Blow Your mind" is also real funky. "Superman" and "Song in my heart" is where you can hear Lionel Ritchie's earliest gospel oriented strong singing. All in all, this is a "lost classic" of sorts. Almost all the songs here have a happy funky 70's sound, yet almost none of these songs have ever made it onto any Funk or Old school compilations. Trust me, it's a great slab of 70's funk, especially "Rapid Fire"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Machine Gun 30 octobre 2013
Par LeQuent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Now this has album has some funky ass cuts on here and for this to be their debut, its highly recommended. Other than the title track "Machine Gun", "Young Girls Are My Weakness", "The Zoo", "The Bump", & "I Feel Sanctified" are REALLY off the hook. For this to be the first album, they really put they foot in this one, and I recommend you to add this in your collection.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 PHEW!!(I Am Wiping The Sweat Off My Brow) 16 juin 2007
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hey if you generally only know The Commodores for their Commodores and the hit "Easy" then 'Machine Gun' will blow you away!The Commodores in 1974 were a very different kind of band.Having opened for the Jackson 5 for many years the band had got their rhythm section cooking and fasioned a very chunky funk sound filled with the fattest wah-wah possible,clapping drums,the RAPID FIRE clavinet riffing and SHRIEKING synthesizer bursts of Milan Williams and horns with punch-you-out impact!And from the classic title song,it's equal masterpiece "Rapid Fire" on through "Young Girls Are My Weakness","I Feel Sanctified","The Bump" and the MESSED UP "Gonna Blow Your Mind" and "Superman" this album NEVER LEAVES the territory of that heavy,nasty,catchy RAW uptempo 70's funk!The band do take a little break from the nonstop funk barrage for the dancable soul of "The Assembly Line","There's A Song In My Heart" and the quirky "The Zoo (The Human Zoo)" with it's light latin refrain.Aside from the now almost impossible to find Caught in the Act and Hot on the Tracks this is BAR NONE the most full on funky album The Commodores ever made.While 'Machine Gun' has plenty of variety and plenty to sing along with you won't find one ballad or smooth groove here whatsoever.And you won't be complaining either!
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