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Old Crow Medicine Show Import

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Page Artiste Old Crow Medicine Show

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (10 février 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00019JQHI
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Tell It To Me
  2. Big Time In The Jungle
  3. Poor Man
  4. Tear It Down
  5. Hard To Love
  6. CC Rider
  7. Trials & Troubles
  8. Hard To Tell
  9. Take 'Em Away
  10. We're All In This Together
  11. Wagon Wheel

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Par Jean-pascal Guillet TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 9 mars 2012
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Alt-Grass: c'est ainsi que l'on qualifie la musique de ce groupe, outre-atlantique. On pourrait aussi dire que Old Crow Medicine Show est au bluegrass ce que les Pogues étaient en leur temps au folk irlandais!
Ce groupe originaire de New-York pratique l'Old Time Music avec l'insolence et l'attitude d'un rock band! Ce quintet acoustique utilise les instruments traditionnels à ce style de music; banjo, guitare, violon et contrebasse, mais n'hésite pas à bousculer les codes inhérents au bluegrass. Cet opus est le premier du groupe et est produit par David Rawlings, qui ne peut lui non plus être taxé d'artiste coincé par la tradition!

Le répertoire se partage entre compos originales et reprises de traditionnels, tout cela se terminant par une remarquable cover du "Wagon Wheel" de Bob Dylan.
A ranger du côté des disques de formations comme "Yonder Mountain String Band" et "Cadillac Sky" , groupes qui pratiquent un bluegrass un peu déjanté!

PS: "Wagon Wheel" ne figure sur aucun enregistrement officiel de Dylan, ce morceau étant une démo issue des sessions de la BO du film "Pat Garrett ans Billy the Kid.
Il est aussi connu sous le titre de "Rock me mama"
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Cinq jeunes qui reprennent les règles du bluegrass telles que Bill Monroe les avait définies : pas d'instruments électrifiés (une guitare, deux banjos, violon, harmonica et contrebasse)
Le résultat est excellent et le dernier titre "Wagon Wheel" porte la signature de Dylan...un groupe à suivre
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HASH(0x911552dc) étoiles sur 5 Alt-grass 10 septembre 2004
Par Rick Tharp - Publié sur
Format: CD
The music of OCMS is not traditional old-timey or bluegrass music, you might call it Alt-grass to describe the harder edge and rock sensibility they bring to this genre. Regardless of the name you give to their music, OCMS is a *great* album. I agree with the earlier reviewer who said this album is an excellent bridge for people who are new to bluegrass music. My twenty-something son saw the band on Conan and downloaded this album that night.

I recently saw OCMS in concert (opening for Gillian Welch) and they were on fire. I bought their earlier self-produced live album at the show and I gotta say, I like this studio record better. Their songwriting has matured and their instrumental virtuosity takes a backseat to the song itself. Hightlights are "Big Time in the Jungle", "Wagon Wheel", and the rollicking "Tell it to Me".

There isn't a bad track on this entire CD, buy it and enjoy the talents of these wonderful young musicians.
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HASH(0x91d9599c) étoiles sur 5 Go to a live show! 15 avril 2005
Par Chris Counselman - Publié sur
Format: CD
These guys will awe you. It was so good that I couldn't help but to laugh in spite of myself. The music and energy they projected was incredible. I saw them a couple of weeks ago at a show in Tennessee. It was a private farm, rolling hills, thick tall timber. I had no idea what was in store for me. They ripped up the front porch of that farmhouse with melodies and sheer, uninhibited enthusiasm. Wave after wave of mind blowing tunes, punctuated by the delight of plain old unselfconscious getting down, blasted me to a new level of musical appreciation. They were broadcasting that night, not with a weak radio antenna, but with music. You couldn't get with earshot of the porch without feeling a buzz. That was some powerful stuff.

The night couldn't have been better either, cold with a huge bonfire, a blanket of stars, and the best group of friends you could ever hope to be around. No one was a stranger. Who could have been, really? I kept thinking, where was the rest of the world? Did they know about this? And if so, why weren’t they here? What do I have to do to get more? I'm hooked, I'm a junkie. I need my next fix.

I feel I was let in on something that night, something very special. Standing around the bonfire, a guy told me, "A ray of light follows these guys." And I swear it does. If you can't see it, feel it, taste it like the twang from tinfoil in your mouth, then your dead, that’s all there is to it. They will lift you and you won't come down for weeks, perhaps a part of you never will.

Buy their CD, get a taste, because that's all it is, a sip. Go to the source and sate yourself, there's an abundance. Thanks Old Crow, I'll see you at Jazz Fest.
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HASH(0x912bf654) étoiles sur 5 There Ain't a Thing for a Poor Man 25 septembre 2004
Par Kevin L. Nenstiel - Publié sur
Format: CD
Old Crow Medicine Show is derivative, there's no doubt about that. We plainly have five boys who discovered they loved bluegrass and decided they wanted to record some of their own. They aren't mountain children. But we can see that by looking at the cover photograph.

What matters is that they have singled out the best of modern bluegrass to imitate, and they have imitated it with confidence and skill. They're not trying to play their banjos like guitars or making other mistakes I might make in their shoes. Their selection of classic bluegrass tunes, like "CC Rider" and "Poor Man," show they're familiar with the sound of classic mountain music. And original songs like "Big Time in the Jungle" and "Wagon Wheel" blend well with the classic material while still moving the group forward as artists.

An astute listener will spot this for a debut album in a minute, but it's a strong debut full of promise and a show of strong skill. This is No Depression music, and it has chutzpah. If only real country radio would play it, we'd know what it is to have a pop style stand for something again.
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HASH(0x91f304bc) étoiles sur 5 being from appalachia... 8 janvier 2006
Par Jeffrey T. Fox - Publié sur
Format: CD
I can tell you that these boys are worth the price of a cd. I eat lunch at least once a week at the place where doc watson discovered these yankees so you can trust me when I say that these guys are the real deal. Cut the derivative talk... if Doc says they are cool than no one else has a say in the matter...
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Par Littleredwhyvette - Publié sur
Format: CD
The editorial review above of this band is on target. OCMS' sound is inspired by traditional music (the pre-curser to bluegrass and somewhat less gimmicky). What gives it life is that it has been infused with the influences of a bunch of young guys, i.e. punk, blues, rock, country, rap, etc. It's what gives them their unique energy and style. It's what makes the old mountain songs sound new and fresh and what makes their brand new stuff sound like old mountain classics. My favorite is Tear It Down, mostly because it makes me laugh.

Rawlings has taken them to another level. While I miss some of their rougher edges, overall their evolution as a band has been very satisfying.

To the reviewer who claimed "Wagon Wheel" is a rip off of a Dylan tune: Yes, you are correct. However, OCMS contacted Dylan's reps to get his permission to use the tune and they got a green light. So while it's a rip off, it was never intended to be a secret theft as much as a tribute to one of the best songwriters of our times.

I miss the rawness of the live shows of their earlier career. It was brilliant. They are still highly energetic, just a bit more seasoned and polished. Some of the old intimacy with the audience is gone, and you may have to fight with inebriated college students for a space. Still worth it though. Besides, who can complain when Rawlings and Welch show up to play along!
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