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Rockbird Import

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Page Artiste Debbie Harry

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  • CD
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B00000E9NN
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A solid quality album 12 août 2001
Par Teapot Tales - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album is one of my favorites. I own ALL albums recorded by Debbie Harry and "Rockbird" is one of the best. It reveals Debbie's matured talent and voice like no previous album does. "Rockbird" is a real classic. It is terribly underrated, too. If you like Debbie, you MUST buy this album.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dirty Blonde Harry 1 juillet 2009
Par Gregor von Kallahann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's probably identity crisis enough that people who never learned that Blondie was a group think Deborah Harry IS "Blondie." But to add to the confusion, why is she sometimes billed as "Debbie" and sometimes "Deborah"? Obviously, it's not quite the same deal as with former ("WAAAAY former") teen queen Debbie Gibson who wanted to be Deborah when she grew up. Debbie Harry was already a mature(?) 30ish when she hit the big time, and she was still "Debbie" then. So she obviously didn't care about the "grown up image" thing back then.

Maybe it has something to do with numerology.

(Psychic reader and advisor to Deb: "Deb-BOR-ahh, my dear, ve musst call you "Debbie" for zis record. Ozzervise it vill not zell menny copies.")

Well, if that's the case, the psychic got it wrong with this one, cuz it didn't sell that much, despite having one heckuva sexy cover, to say nothing of a real internationa AND near-US hit single (c'est a dire the no-longer-shocking-by-the-mid-80s "French Kissin'"). I never understand these things. Was Debbie already considered a bit passe in the "Age of Madonna"? Was she too associated with the group to have her solo efforts taken seriously? I dunno, but it's a darn shame that more people don't know this record. It's good, and it shows the Debster at her absolute vocal best.

You know when ROLLING STONE did their "100 Best Singers of the Rock Era" (HAH!) a few months back, Deborama did NOT make the list. That's not too surprising, I guess--among the nabobs of rockcrit establishment, she's considered more of an "icon" than a singer. But of course, her voice was JUS right for Blondie--and in a somewhat different way, it's just right for this solo effort as well. But what's really cool is that, if you take a peek at some of the artist ballots that RS included on their website, you'll find, that among her peers, the Debmeister is indeed respected as a vocalist. I really can't remember who it was exactly among her fellow artists who cast their votes for the Divine Miss H, but she got the votes of a few discerning peers.

See Debbie had the smarts to appropriate the best vocal moves of 60's girl groups (the bratty brashness AND a ethereal sweetness rendered ironic by streetsmart, decidely non-otherworldy lyrics) and slip them in an ironic post-modern setting. If she and the boys hadn't done it, someone else would have in the late 70s--but this much I can tell you: it would not have been Pat Benatar!

I mean, can you imagine "French Kissin'" (uh, the chanson, I mean) as performed by "Miss Five-Octaves-And-I'm-Gonna-Give-You-All-Of-'Em-Full-Throttle". Oubliez-ca, as they say in French. You needed a strong dose of heavy irony to get through the era, and that same ironic stance plays well even to this day.

As for the tunes on this record, you could be forgiven for taking a while to get into them. On first hearing, a lot of them sound like well-produced fluff. Give yourself time though, the smart phrasing and (mostly smart) lyrics start to shine around the 2nd or 3rd time through. She's got this thing down. This blondie didn't actually NEED a group, although when they were happening, they brought their own special something to the table. But with the Debinator it always had to be a cool dish. And this CD is among her coolest.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gosh She's Good 13 novembre 2001
Par Rivkah Maccaby - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My first choice among Deborah Harry's solo albums is Debravation, which is for some reason out of print. Of the ones available (and I think they all are except Debravation), Rockbird is my favorite. Anyone who likes Deborah Harry should like this CD.
I'll confess to being an incorrigible Debbie Harry fan: I have a cat name Debbie Harry, and if Deborah Harry released an album with Close to You, Achy Breaky Heart and the theme to the Brady Bunch, I'd buy it.
That said, Rockbird has many excellent qualities: each segue from one song to another is good. The album is well put together; it is the kind of album you play straight through. Or at least I do. I never cut out tracks or pick one or two songs to play over and over. I just pop the CD in and let it go.
If you want to know about individual songs, however, yeah, this one has French Kissin' in the USA, and yeah, it's really, really good.
This album showcases Harry's voice more than any of her other albums. The background accompaniment is very much in the background, so you have the pleasure of enjoying the sound of her voice. This album doesn't recapture any of the Blondie sound, because its not about a group and its sound. Its about Deborah Harry as a soloist. It's wonderful.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Deserves to be Heard 6 septembre 2002
Par John Ashley Nail - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was Deborah (or Debbie) Harry's first comeback attempt, and one that deserved more attention than it got (in the U.S., at least). From the synth-seduction of "French Kissin'" to the superb "Free to Fall," this is a far superior to her first solo effort, the uneven "KooKoo." Though the lyrics (she had a hand in writing almost all of the tracks) are not as strong as those in her Blondie offerings or in later solo work, there are still some pretty clever turns of phrase. Other songs of note are the hypnotic "In Love with Love" and the funk-infused "Beyond the Limit" (sounding suspiciously like a reworked--and much better--cast-off from "KooKoo"). Sadly, when this was released in 1986 it did not get the airplay it deserved. If you're a Blondie/Deborah Harry fan, don't make the same mistake American radio made; get this CD and hear it for yourself.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Debbie's comeback after Blondie 18 septembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own all Blondie and Deborah Harry albums. This is her second solo album after the 1981 masterpiece Kookoo with N.Rodgers and B.Edwards. Rockbird includes the UK top 10 hit French kissin'in the USA. Giving this album a rate is hard to do for me because I compare it with the other solo efforts of Debbie Harry. To rank Deborah Harry solo albums: 1 Kookoo 2 Rockbird 3 Def Dumb & Blonde 4 Debravation. So t.m.o.this is her second SOLO best. Songs like I want you, Buckle up, Free to fall, Secret life, You got me in trouble and Rockbird are great. Very different than her Blondie work but always that unmistakable voice. Too bad the album didn't hit the charts but at least it spawned a top 10 hit and two other UK top 40's: Free to fall and In love with love.
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