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  • CD (13 juillet 2011)
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  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000000OVA
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RECOVERING THE SATELLITES

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Avec l’argent du premier album (succès planétaire), les Counting Crows ont acheté des gros amplis de guitares qui font plein de bruit, des tas de pédales de distorsion, un Mellotron (qu'on entend dès l'ouverture du disque, et sur le très beau « I'm Not Sleeping »). Et le nouveau batteur cogne fort.

Du coup, Adam Duritz est obligé de chanter encore plus fort pour couvrir tout ce bazar. Il n’est ici plus trop question de Van Morrison, du Band, etc. C’est plus rock, plus bruyant, mais les chansons restent de grande qualité, comme les superbes « Long December » (classé dans le Top 10) et « Goodnight Elisabeth ».

Résultat : numéro un aux Etats-Unis ! Et disparition totale ou presque des écrans radars français.

 

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Deuxième album des Counting Crows, Recovering The Satellites est tout simplement un splendide. Ses ambiances sont plus encore plus intimes que celle de 'August & Everything After', les textes toujours autant poétiques (merci Adam Duritz !), les mélodies mélancoliques et touchantes. Leur mélange de rock américain avec une touche de folk country s'affinent et mature, dans ce que deviendra leur style ; il garde un côté moins easy-listening que les suivants, et il vaut mieux faire deux passages avant de se faire une opinion !
PS... en concert, Counting Crows changent tout.. si vous n'avez pas l'occasion, essayez avec 'Crossing A Wire'.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great album 9 mai 2014
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I've had this album for over 15 years now but the CD was recently stolen so I bought the digital copy. It's fantastic. A worthy follow up to Augut and Everything After. This album feels just like the name, an attempt to find yourself, to pull back in to the center all the parts of yourself that have spun off into the world. It's not overly bright and sunny in that regard but it reflects a more mature look at the hard work required to really figure yourself out. This album does what so many second albums try and fail to do: it shows the artist growing while still providing enough connections back to the original sound that drew you in to make you want to stay and see it happen.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 When are they gonna come down? 9 août 2013
Par ryan52193 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Counting Crows have been flying with the satellites ever since this album's predecessor "August & Everything After." Although most of the Crows' work after this album was greatly ignored by fans of 'August' I still don't believe they've ever put out a bad album. In fact, I believe in this case, the 2nd time is the charm. This album is packed with a punch compared to August. The drums are louder. The guitars are sharper. And Adam's voice, as you probably guessed, is just as serenading as usual. His emotional whines drive you through this masterpiece and leave you wanting more. The band really shines on this one and Adam writes his heart out. In my personal opinion...THIS is the magnum opus.

For starters, "Catapult" was one of the first Crows songs I ever heard. The sheer nostalgia of it still rings in my ears every time I give it a spin. The guitar wails at the end of the song are killer and serve as a great intro to "Angels of the Silences" which to this day is my favorite song that made it onto the 'Films About Ghosts' compilation. It's a killer fast-paced rocker with thoughtful and poetic access to Adam's dreams. "Daylight Fading" is a classic Grateful Dead-esque ballad, or so that's the vibe it gave me. Speak for yourself. While you're at it, listen to "I'm Not Sleeping" when you're actually sleepy...it gives it an even crazier quality than what it already had! "Goodnight Elizabeth" is a sweet lullaby that makes me wonder if it's a predecessor to the song "I Wish I Was A Girl" that's featured on Desert Life which carries the lyric "Hey Elizabeth, you know I'm doing alright these days." "Children in Bloom" is a very heavy grungy powerhouse with a melancholy chorus hook and as if that wasn't enough, "Have You Seen Me Lately?" takes yet another personal step into Duritz's anxiety toward fame. "Miller's Angels" is one of my favorite Crows ballads. Soft and sweet, but at 6:32 you get your money's worth. The moody and dynamic "Another Horsedreamer's Blues" follows up Miller. Add Margery to the same boat of girls that Duritz has encountered (at least in songwriting). Adam's vocals are killer on this track. His melancholy ba da nah nah nah's make this a standout Crows epic. The title track of the album is probably one of my all time favorite Crows songs as well, and yes I know I have a lot of them but how could you not? It reminds me of Van Morrison, almost as much as Mr. Jones did. Except this song gives off more of the ballad side of Morrison-esque music. More along the lines of "Into the Mystic" or "St. Dominic's Preview" than "Brown Eyed Girl." Next you have the trilogy of songs that wind down the album starting with "Monkey" with steady piano that reminds you of the later hit "Mrs. Potter's Lullaby". But the most standout cuts are yet to come with the bluesy yet twangy harmonica driven "Mercury" followed by the legendary "Long December" which might possibly be the loneliest cut of Adam Duritz's entire career of songwriting...which really is saying something. And just like the Beatles had "Her Majesty" Counting Crows have "Walkaways" which is a short and sweet acoustic outro to the album.

There you have it folks, and don't let this review ruin it for you. Pick this CD up and see for yourself how powerful Counting Crows are really capable of being.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must Buy!!! but am a bit biased (check username) 30 avril 2017
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Should have bought this 30 years ago.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love This 8 novembre 2013
Par Marcy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I always liked the Counting Crows from the first time I heard them, though I had not have heard of them until relatively recently when a friend of mine played their record for me in college a few years back.

A very good blend of different styles that make for an enjoyable listening experience. Listen to Mr Jones (another album) and try not to tap your feet or sing along. Almost impossible not to. You can hear their influences, but also they belnd it into their own.

I intend on getting the rest of their records at some point, but you can not go wrong with this one (their second) and the first one, August and Everything After.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Some People Still Don't Get It 15 mars 2001
Par Ryad "James" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Most people who have heard Counting Crows only know their first album "August and Everything After" and most of them LOVE it. Which is good. I am happy for them, but what I find is that a lot of them hate this one. It's still the same guys (well Steve Bowman had left the band at this point and they had a new drummer Ben who rocks) and Adam is still writing the same heartfelt lyrics. He just a little bit more angry on this record. Counting Crows was propelled from Nowheresville to superstardom almost overnight. "Mr. Jones" broke and boom! They became "Somebodies" and that was a hard transition, if you can't hear it in the songs, read some of the interviews, the time between this album and the first was a tumultous one. Adam was angry at all the bad stuff that comes with being a rock star and there is a lot of things you have to get over. Like everyone knowing who you are, wherever you go. I mean, we all think that would be cool, but believe me, I know the coolness would rub off FAST for me. This is a beautifully written album, my favorite track is "Another Horsedreamer's Blues" don't even have to think about that, it's a no brainer. I admit I was like a lot people when I didn't get this album, but he captures the anger in his sadness and the starkness of winter so well. Maybe that's why people don't get it, it hits too close to home, I could understand that. But if you heard this once and never have again, you're missing out. This was a powerful sophmore album and I love it as much as the first, but for different reasons of course.
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