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  • CD (5 mai 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN : B0015FHDS6
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Disque : 1

  1. Shady grove
  2. Scare easy
  3. Orphan of the storm
  4. Six days on the road
  5. Crystal river
  6. Oh maria
  7. This is a good street
  8. The wrong thing to do
  9. Queen of the gogo girls
  10. June apple
  11. Lover of the bayou
  12. Topanga cowgirl
  13. Bootleg flyer
  14. House of stone

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MUDCRUTCH


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Tom Petty vient de RE-fonder son 1er groupe né à la fin des années 60, avec Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench qui faisaient déjà partie de l'aventure. Tom chante et joue de la basse, laissant Campbell chef guitariste. Les curieux pourront retrouver des enregisrtements originaux du 1er MUDCRUTCH sur la compil "PLAYBACK". En 2008, on trouve un Petty heureux, libre, loin des préoccupations politiques récentes. C'est une heure de rock qui a de la prétention. Il ne vient pas boucher des cases vides, MUDCRUTCH tape fort et pour de bonnes raisons. Enregistré live en studio, en 10 jours, en 2007, livré chez vous avec la reprise des Byrds, laissez vous emporter par la tornade guidée du "Lover of the bayou". C'en est presque indécent !
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Incontestablement, Tom Petty a eu une excellente idée de reformer son groupe d'il y a 30 ans. IL retrouve un entrain qu'on croyait un peu dissous. Des compositions de 1er ordre : "Scare Easy" figure aisément parmi ses toutes meilleures créations. et des reprises particulièrement bien choisies : "Lover of the Bayou" des Byrds en première ligne.
Meilleur premier disque de 2008 !!!!
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Wahou ! même sans être fan de country, il faut dire que ces chansons-là sont vraiment réussies. Mudcrutch a sans doute attendu de retrouver une inventivité pour se reformer, et c'est une bonne idée. Tom Petty, le leader, a choisi ce son sec et enveloppant, pêchu, lourd, que Frank Black a exploité avec son groupe (les Catholics).
Tout n'est pas au top, certaines chansons étant un peu inutiles à mes yeux, mais il y a ce "Scare easy", chef d'oeuvre d'écriture et de mise en musique.
Et puis de très bonnes reprises, "Love on the Bayou" bien sûr, et même "Six Days On The Road", que Mudcrutch reprend à la manière de Taj Mahal : un régal...
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Par Eminian TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 12 août 2008
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Ce ne sont pas la pochette et le nom du groupe qui vont attirer le client ! Heureusement que la presse spécialisée est là pour nous donner quelques indications. Si je vous dis que Mudcrutch est le nom du tout premier groupe de Tom Petty, déjà vous êtes enclins à tendre l'oreille. Il ne s'agit pas ici d'exhumation de bandes anciennes, mais d'une reformation temporaire ( ?) avec les musiciens d'origine, ses futurs Heartbreakers, Mike Campbell à la guitare, Benmont Tench aux claviers etc. Tom Petty assure la basse et le chant c'est à dire qu'il ne joue pas de guitare, comme à ses débuts. Un disque agréable avec des titres mid-tempo, la voix nasillarde de Petty au milieu, les guitares, à droite pour Campbell et à gauche pour Tom Leadon. Musique américaine avec les reprises de traditionnels comme Shady Grove ou June Apple ainsi que d'un excellent titre de Roger McGuinn Lover Of The Bayou. Agréable même s'il est plus plaisant de n'écouter ce disque que par petites tranches et non dans son intégralité continue.
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HASH(0x8c603648) étoiles sur 5 Petty and Mudcrutch, with a Wilbury Twist 30 avril 2008
Par Brandon J. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm amused at the way people say things like "worth the 30 year wait," as though people have been holding their breath for a Mudcrutch reunion. The truth is, this doesn't sound much like the original Mudcrutch, as can be heard on the box set Playback. The original Mudcrutch sounded a lot like the early Heartbreakers, and for good reason: the core of the band, Petty, Campbell, and Tench, were working together. The reunion of Mudcrutch is actually a much more democratic band. Petty was and remains the leader, but he lets Leadon and Marsh take more of the spotlight here. The songs are more countrified and traditionalist, and the album is mixed in a way that allows every instrument its own space, so all five personalities show through very clearly.

What this reminds me of is not so much the original Mudcrutch or Heartbreakers - but the Traveling Wilburys. The Wilburys existed because the musicians involved wanted to enjoy making music in a loose environment, to play without the pressures of their exisiting careers, and to enjoy playing as friends, and that's exactly what we've got here. The best part of this album is the sound of five friends making music for all the right reasons.

It's not a perfect cd. Some of the songs kind of blur together, "Crystal River" is a bit overlong at nine and a half minutes, "Queen of the Go-Go Girls" is kind of weak, and the melody of "Oh Maria" is too much like "Lost Children" from The Last DJ. Still, the criticisms pale in comparison to the virtues: Mike Campbell remains the absolute best guitar player out there, always playing the perfect part for the song. Tench still has that perfect touch on the keyboards. And Leadon and Marsh are no slouches themselves, more than acquitting themselves among their legendary former bandmates.

There are some really good songs here. "Scare Easy" is strong latter-day Petty, and "The Wrong Thing to Do" has lyrics that are absolutely vintage Petty. The main highlights of the album, for me, though, come towards the end. The cover of "The Lover of the Bayou" is probably the closest to what the original Mudcrutch was all about. The Petty-penned "Topanga Cowgirl" is the best on the album, and the Petty/Campbell "Bootleg Flyer" is also a good swinging rocker.

It's clear, especially after having seen the documentary Runnin' Down a Dream, just how much the act of making music means to Petty and the other members of the band. Ultimately, it's this love of making music that made this album happen, and it's that spirit that elevates it from being just some side project. As with the Wilbury CDs, it's the intangible sense of joy that comes through the most, making this another strong entry in the brilliant Petty catalog.
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HASH(0x8c603894) étoiles sur 5 Classic Country Rock, and the Bass Player Looks Familiar 5 mai 2008
Par J. Chasin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In the early `70s a young band from Gainesville loaded up the van, drove to southern California, got signed, and cut a single that went nowhere. The record company liked the singer though, a skinny bass player, so the band reformulated around him and was rechristened Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The rest, as they say...

Recently Petty got the old band together--- moving back to bass, bringing along Heartbreakers Benmont Tench and Mike Campbell, and enlisting original drummer Randall Marsh and singer-guitarist Tom Leadon, and the result is this record. It is a joy, the best one Petty has made in years. Mudcrutch is almost a time capsule, harkening back to that place and time when the Gram Parsons Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers, and Eagles were inventing Country Rock in the late `60s and early `70s (they cover both the Byrds and the Burritos, and Leadon's brother was an Eagle.)

When the first Petty record came out in '76, the jangle of "American Girl" did indeed have critics making Byrds comparisons (and McGuinn covering the song soon after didn't hurt.) Mudcrutch is far more solidly encamped in country rock than the Heartbreakers were, kind of like an alternate universe without the New Wave flavor. In concert at the Fillmore they were loose and easy, the whole band clearly having a blast, playing the whole record plus 2 Dylan covers and encoring with three classic 50s rockers. And Tom Leadon was the happiest guy west of the Mississippi.

Petty does most, but not all of the singing; Campbell is his usual spot-on perfect self, and he and Leadon manage to rekindle the twin-guitar sound that they surely honed playing dives and topless bars in the early `70s (hence "Queen of the Go-Go Girls.) Tench lays down his honky tonk boogie woogie throughout the record.

There is precedent for this sound in the Heartbreakers early work; songs like "Magnolia" or "What Are You Doing in My Life" could fit easily into the Mudcrutch oeuvre and both point toward this alternate universe, and the Heartbreakers have covered "The Image of Me," also covered by the Burritos, on the Playback box.

In concert, Mudcrutch played "Crystal River" as the second-to-last song of the set. ("This is a song about a river that runs through Florida," said Petty, "and occasionally my mind.") It is a long simmering percolation, a sort of power ballad that feels like it is about to turn into "White Bird" at almost every turn. Petty's bass anchors the groove, while Campbell embarks on some divine exploratory guitar work with Leadon. I've seen others compare this song to the Allman Brothers, but to me the touchstone is Neil Young's "Down by the River." At nine minutes it is the set piece of the record.

The triumph here is simple--- a record that sounds like fun, that you want to put on at your next summer barbeque, that manages to sound straight out of 1974 without sounding retro. It is one of the best records of the year, and I wouldn't object too strenuously at all to Mudcrutch II.

Put in the CD Changer on shuffle with: Desparado, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, The Gilded Palace of Sin, You're Gonna Get It
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HASH(0x8c603858) étoiles sur 5 A Great Time Is Had By All... 29 avril 2008
Par Lyn Pastac Lynsey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What I enjoy the most with "Mudcrutch". Is that it feels and certainly sounds as though everyone is having a great time. The music is loose and filled with groove and tasty instinctive playing by Tom Leadon (Bernie Leadon's brother. ie; see The Eagles) and Mike Campbell. While Benmont Tench, Randall Marsh and Tom Petty all lock into a very solid backing rhythm and beat. That sounds as though it is felt. Not just played by numbers. Good musicians playing good music.
There is an optimism in Tom Petty's lyrics throughout. A bar-band feel. But, also a sentiment, a yearning. He is a great, great songwriter.
It is simply a tasty record. There is a freedom to Tom Petty's tone and very satisfied vocal delivery. He just sounds like he is happy and hanging out with some old friends.
I have listened to it repeatedly and I enjoy it more and more as the songs gain familiarity. The Byrds, "Lover Of The Bayou" is great! Benmont takes a lead vocal spot on one of his own tunes, " This Is A Good Street". It is one of my favorites on the record. He has a really cool voice. Tom Leadon also contributed an original in, "Queen Of The Go-Go Girls". His voice is alot like his brother's. Which is good thing.
"Crystal River" is a new classic! It's an emotionally melodic taste of his true southern spirit, like nothing I have heard TP tap into before. With a graceful, Grateful Dead/American Beauty-ish type of flow.
Plus, "Orphan Of The Storm". This tune is like the long lost CCR tune. Randall Marsh swings with a really sweet driven groove and flow. "Shady Grove" is a traditional bluegrass number that is spun off here with exactly the type of back-porchy type of feeling it was first conceived on a long, long time ago somewhere far away. But, not too far from Gainesville Florida where these guys first found their way.

So far, one of my favorite records of the past 5 years. I repeat, 5 YEARS! And one I have been really excited about hearing upon release. Dig in. I love it!
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HASH(0x8c603b4c) étoiles sur 5 The Most Recent Rock Classic! 22 juillet 2008
Par The Conductor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having been a long time follower of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, I was excited about the release of this album, mainly for nostalgic reasons. And then something curious happened... the day before the release, I lost the excitement. You see, I'm among the few Petty fans that feel his latter work blows away his more commercially aimed music of the seventies and eighties. That's right, I'll take Echo over Damn the Torpedos. There. I said it.

To me, Petty's lyrics have improved with time, and the quality of production has been much more interesting in the past 10-15 years. Because I hold this opinion, I began to fear Mudcrutch would be a throwback to his seventies style of music. But much to the contrary, Mudcrutch DOES NOT sound like mudcrutch from the seventies, but rather like a band of sometimes rowdy, sometimes bluesy, experienced rockers from the swamps of Florida. And that they are.

Bootleg Flyer and Lover of the Bayou seep and bleed with raunchy southern stomp and swagger, while Crystal River is a luscious, delightful trip on a lazy summer day. Ledon and Cambell play off each other like they've been doing this together for years. The album is full of unexpected gems like Ledon's "Queen of the go-go girls" and Tench's "This is a good street". Perhaps most impressive is the bands hoppy rendition of June Apple, delivered with an Allman-esqe style held up by the delightful shuffle of Marsh's Snare. All five musicians shine on this album, but none more than Petty whose sneering vocal on "Scare Easy" is filled with more attitude than anything he's done since "Honey Bee".

I bought the album worried I might be disappointed. Now, as I listen to it for the 100,000th time, I'm worried they won't make another one. This is album of the year for me, and I hope and pray they release another. It would also be really nice to see them play here in Georgia...
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HASH(0x8c60b06c) étoiles sur 5 Country-Rock Gem 1 mai 2008
Par JEM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mudcrutch - Mudcrutch (2008)

This album comes as a pleasant surprise. Who would have thought that a rock legend of Tom Petty's stature would resurrect a long-forgotten, unknown band from his early woodshedding years? It would be like Bruce Springsteen getting Steel Mill back together or Billy Joel reuniting Attila.
But whether it was a case of nostalgia for his youth or just a desire to play together with some old buddies, Mudcrutch could end up being the "reunion of the year."
Except for a couple of obscure singles and an early version of "Don't Do Me Like That" that wasn't released until many years later, Mudcrutch never recorded an album until now. And what a debut it is too. This could be the most vital music Petty has made in a long time - which is not to take anything away from his recent recordings. But working with these musicians (of which Benmont Tench and Mike Campbell are of course longtime members of the Heartbreakers, the band Mudcrutch morphed into back in the mid-70`s) has clearly inspired him in a big way. All of his contributions on here can stand alongside his older material.
This album sounds like a long-lost country-rock gem, circa 1971. The sound of the late-period Byrds was obviously a huge influence on this album. Not only do Mudcrutch do a spirited cover of "Lover of the Bayou" (from 1970's (Untitled)) but even some of the original songs have titles that sound like they could have come straight from the Clarence White version of the Byrds - "Topanga Cowgirl," "Bootleg Flyer," "June Apple" and "Orphan of the Storm" are all of late-60's L.A. vintage. But there are also other influences on here, including "Crystal River," which sounds like the Byrds if Neil Young and Jerry Garcia had sat in with them and traded guitar solos with Roger McGuinn. Throughout the course of the album, I also hear traces of the Flying Burrito Brothers, 50's music and bluegrass.
First single "Scare Easy" is an instant Petty classic. If there is any justice left in the world, this song will become a big hit. This is probably Petty's most memorable single in at least a dozen years. Of course, it's hard to predict how any album or single will sell these days. The state of radio is more fractured than ever. But it should be a popular download, if nothing else.
The traditional song "Shady Grove," which features co-lead guitarist Tom Leadon sharing lead vocals with Petty, sounds alot like "Matty Groves" by Fairport Convention. Or perhaps Fairport borrowed from "Shady Grove" in the first place? Anyhow, it's a great album opener.
They really stretch out on the spacy "Crystal River" to brilliant effect. A great chorus, excellent guitar playing by Campbell and Leadon and Benmont Tench proves why he is one of the most underrated piano players in rock `n' roll. Tench also takes a rare writing and singing turn on the short, enjoyable "This is a Good Street." Leadon (whose brother Bernie was an early member of the Burrito Brothers, as well as The Eagles) contributes "Queen of the Go-Go Girls," which sounds like some forgotten late-60`s country-rock gem.
The old trucker classic "Six Days on the Road," rocks along nicely. "Oh Maria" has a sweet, laid-back feel to it and the instrumental "June Apple" sounds like a tribute to the late, great Clarence White. It also features some excellent organ work from Tench.
This album, which was recorded in two weeks, has a raw, unpolished feel to it, which really suits these songs. Petty, who plays bass for the occasion and sings superbly, is clearly having fun here. They all are. This sounds like a well-seasoned bar band playing for the love of it, without worrying whether the album will sell a million copies or not. It took them over 30 years to finally make a record. Let's hope there's more magic where this came from.
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