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Page Artiste Alvin Youngblood Hart

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  • CD (1 février 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • ASIN : B0012GMXQ0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
Cd agréable à écouter, mais sans plus cependant. si un morceau se démarque peut être, le reste demeure très simple avec une voix et une guitare uniquement (un harmonica lorsqu'il n'y a pas la voix). Il s'agit vraiment d'un enregistrement peu harmonisé.
On ne retrouve pas vraiment un style plaisant et entraînant. J'avoue l'écouter très peu.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What it is to play the blues 17 novembre 2004
Par P. Opus - Publié sur
Format: CD
I don't know much about this guy, except that he's young, is rumored to have been in the coastguard at one point in his life, was involved in the PBS blues TV series somehow, and I believe owned some kind of music shop at one point or another where he sold guitars. Actually that's a lot of info. But it's not the kind of thing I'd expect when I put this record on. What I hear is the voice of a bluesman in his 40s or 50s, possibly older, recording in the 1950s or 60s, who has lived life to the fullest. That is the amazing thing about this record- a *debut* no less- that this young or young-ish guy was able to channel the feel of the blues traditions into the modern day and thoroughly convince me that he must be the ghost of some legendary bluesman of the past coming back to haunt my stereo.

There's not anything close to a weak track here. My favorite, one of my favorites of all-time, is "Things About Coming My Way." It's funny and true, hopeful yet not naive, remorseful but not bitter, simple and straightforward. But as I said, everything here is top-drawer material. There are definitely more famous blues discs out there, but as far as I am concerned, not many better ones at all. Buy it and let it teach you what the blues are meant to be.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 HE COULD'VE INVENTED THE GENRE 20 septembre 1999
Par Joseph Bonnano ( - Publié sur
Format: CD
What, first person to review this CD? I guess "TERRITORY" elicited more passionate reactions. Anyway, "Big Mama's Door" is the superior product of Mr. Hart's two phenomenal releases; simply because it is more cohesive, more of an actual album. "Territory" is my favorite, but it also has a few tracks I can't bear to listen to. This one has nary a clunker in the bunch, but it doesn't reach the off-beat, just-go-with-it heights of his sophomore offering. Who out there is Hart's equal is the acoustic/country tradition? I say no one. Long live Alvin Youngblood.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Phenomenal Blues Tradition 16 janvier 2000
Par libbitz - Publié sur
Format: CD
I haven't even heard the cd version, only the cassette, once. It immediately struck a nerve as something I'd long been searching for, a modern blues album that you could mistake for one from the twenties or thirties. Hart's virtuoisity recalls that of Son House or Robert Johnson. What really impressed me was the recording style. Recorded raw on 2 tracks instead of polishing the sound with lots of layering. Add it to your collection now!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Must Have - Simply Excellent Music 3 octobre 2006
Par spaceman - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I love Alvin Hart's music. This album is an introduction to his blues music, but he is really much more than a blues musician; he is a musician's musician. His 'Territory' album is a great example of his dynamic scope. It has Texas Swing, Calypso, Ska, Hard Rock, Blues and more. Yes, he caters to all these styles of music and he does it with great skill and conviction. Big Mama's Door shows a wide scope of Blues: delta blues, droning dobro, rag and more. I like his twelve string guitar work along with his cowboy inspired lyrics - reminescent of Lead Belly. Taj Mahal lends a hand with couple of the most inspiring songs from the album,'France Blues' and 'Things About Comin' My Way'. I can listen to this album over and over. A great collection of originals and a couple classic covers, 'Gallows Pole' and 'John Hardy'. Alvin is clearly the new bearer of the torch - from old timey delta blues to advant-garde progressive rock, he is player to keep an eye on,
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thunder in them thar' hands. 8 janvier 2007
Par R. J MOSS - Publié sur
Format: CD
No small wonder that Taj Mahal was recruited to pen a few introductory remarks to acolyte, Alvin's,'Big Mamma'. And more than this, he sits in on three tunes to further endorse the man who, for all intents and purposes on this gem, would appear to be his heir apparent. The mix of re-arranged Delta Blues and self-penned material, the multi-instrumental accomplishmnet and that inimitable afro-American vocalising, is everything that Taj has reverently worked over down the decades. Hart's songs sit seamlessly with the archival stuff. as,'Rest You Saddle' and,'If the Blues was Money' demonstarte.'Gallows pole' and McTell's,'Hillbilly Willie's Blues' are exemplary. An especial thrill for me is my favourite Ledbelly,'When I was a Cowboy Out on the Western Plain', as complete a snapshot of cinematic breadth as you'll hear condensed into a few minutes. This is a thrilling album. Blessed with such 'grasp of the idioms, tone, humour, irony, joy, and breadth' of tradition, to quote Taj, it will serve as a powerful foundation for a wide-eyed approach to re-invigorating music.
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