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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (11 novembre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Downtown Records
  • ASIN : B00F5F32Y6
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Renaissance!
  2. Crueler kind
  3. Lament for V.g.
  4. Casanova
  5. Sonsick
  6. Methuselah
  7. At sea
  8. Torero
  9. At night, true love
  10. The count
  11. Bar
  12. In waiting
  13. True love, asleep
  14. Oh, darling
  15. In the morning
  16. Daedalus (what we have)
  17. Altogether changed

Descriptions du produit

Ellis Ludwig-Leone est un auteur compositeur venant de Brooklyn et qui avance sous le nom de San Fermin. Pour son 1er album il a choisi de se concentrer dans son studio pour écrire en 6 semaines les chansons qui composent cet album. Un disque post rock d'une beauté rare qui lui vaut d'être comparé à des artistes tels The Dirty Projectors, Smog, Sufjan Stevens & St Vincent.. Influencé par son bagage culturel issu du classique, il s'est entouré de Nico Muhly en tant qu'assistant compositeur/arrangeur afin de parfaire ses lignes mélodiques et les structures. Les textes, quant à eux parlent principalement de la jeunesse, de la nostalgie, de l'anxiété et de
l'amour non réciproque, des thèmes qui lui sont chers et qu'il met en lumière au travers de différentes signatures vocales telles que celles de Allen Tate ou Jess Wolfe. Un premier album complet, où se mélangent beauté et efficacité.


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Par CORNU le 17 décembre 2013
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Par où commencer pour parler de "San Fermin" ? Oui la couverture de l'album est d'une rare laideur, oui le collectif ne s'est pas foulé sur la jaquette, oui il y a sans doute trop d'interludes pas toujours pertinents, oui le disque peut paraitre un peu froid. OUI MAIS QUEL DISQUE ! Ce qui nous est donné à entendre est tout simplement magnifique voir sublime à certains instants. Comment décrire cette musique ? C'est comme si une bande de virtuoses new yorkais réinventait la cold wave, avec simplement des instruments acoustiques à cordes (violons, violoncelles, viole) et à vent (trompettes, tubas, trombones, saxophones). Des compositions complexes mais pénétrantes qui fourmilles d'idées lumineuses s'égrainent au fil de l'écoute et on est transporté littéralement par des polyphonies féminines portées au pinacle et une voix d'homme chaude et suave qui peut rappeler le chanteur de The National. Les voix s'interpellent, se répondent dans des tourbillons de cordes et des cascades de jeux de pistons. Il y a là des tubes majestueux qui vont renverser la sphère musicale. Cela crée un élan unique, un enthousiasme communicatif qui vous envahit et vous prend les tripes et le cœur. Bref, cette écoute, c'est de la joie. Cet album est juste indispensable.
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Par lUnstOne MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 19 janvier 2014
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Très belle découverte que ce premier album de San Fermin, groupe new-yorkais dont la tête pensante est Ellis Ludwig-Leone, un hybride bien peigné de Sufjan Stevens. Musicalement, la forme impressionne : arrangements baroques, chœurs azimutés. Au final, San Fermin pourrait se mordre la queue mais les chansons aux structures complexes, éclatées, retombent systématiquement sur leurs pattes pop. Elles s’avèrent toutes inoubliables : un véritable hold-up ! On espère que la suite de leurs aventures gardera cette même juvénilité ; car on sent que l’ambitieux Ellis Ludwig-Leone pourrait tirer le projet vers des hauteurs plus cérébrales... …
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HASH(0x9b7ff8d0) étoiles sur 5 Definitely one of 2013's best! 24 septembre 2013
Par T. A. Daniel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What if the Dirty Projectors was led by Matt Berninger of The National?

San Fermin, the brainchild of songwriter/composer Ellis Ludwig-Leone, is a mix of baroque pop and indie-rock. In a story seemingly too hip to be true, Ludwig-Leone isolated himself in the Canadian woods after graduating from Yale. There, he composed the vast bulk of San Fermin on his own. When he got back to New York to record the album in studio, little changed of the original compositions. San Fermin; however, doesn't sound like it once existed only on paper -- it's an album that lives, breathes, and inhabits space. Already with one ballet score under his belt, Ludwig-Leone splashes his own brand of baroque and classical sensibilities all over indie rock. The result is an album that is exciting, original, and masterfully crafted.

Much musical ground is covered in Ludwig-Leone's first studio album. There's influences of baroque and classical music, but there's an equal presence of modern indie-rock. A wealth of instruments peek into the album at various points too: saxophones, trumpets, violins, pianos, drums, bass guitar, clarinets, electric guitar, and cellos. San Fermin sprawls to such a degree that its use of three vocalists doesn't feel appropriate -- it feels downright necessary. The male vocals are provided by Allen Tate, whose slow baritone feels a lot like Matt Berninger from The National, and the female voice parts are usually performed as a duet by Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig. The different voice tracks throughout the album function as different characters in an operatic story about loneliness, anxiety, and love.

Of course, none of this would be worth anything if the album was no good. And San Fermin isn't just good -- it's downright beautiful. The album is very carefully arranged, and what's most striking about it is not only how original it is, but how restrained it is. San Fermin often has multiple opposing melodies -- the album's lead single, "Sonsick", for example has the two female vocal tracks seemingly contradicting one another. However, these songs are scaled down enough so that San Fermin never sounds complicated or fussy; instead, all of the music here follows an intuitive sort of arrangement, and melodies and rhythms never subtract from the other. When the saxophones go nuts on "Crueler Kind" or "The Count", it feels right, like the song just couldn't work without it.

The exact moment where it becomes obvious that San Fermin will be something great occurs right at the 45-second mark of the first track. The song, "Renaissance!" starts simply enough with Allen Tate's baritone croon and a slight piano accompaniment. He's then joined by a quiet saxophone and strings, but at the 45-second mark, a female choir joins in abruptly and suddenly. It's a jarring moment upon the first listen, but it becomes obvious a few seconds into this change that Ludwig-Leone has a firm grasp on what makes music work. When the choir comes in, it elevates the song into something beautiful, and while the move is unconventional, it doesn't feel strange or unwarranted. After multiple listens to the record, this initial opening never fails to generate goosebumps. And importantly, it proves that this album, which could be pretty stuffy and heady, is one that can and will pull at your heart-strings.

San Fermin's wholly impressive debut has many musical reference points, but nothing that quite sums up what the album sounds like. There are moments that share musical space with St. Vincent & David Byrne's Love This Giant, The Dirty Projectors, The National, or Damon Albarn's Dr. Dee. To spend just a minute on Dr. Dee, Albarn's opera didn't work because it didn't know quite what it wanted to be. His album shifted between traditional opera, pastoral folk, and acoustic indie-rock, and the result alienated just about everybody. San Fermin, to contrast with this, feels like it knows exactly what kind of album it wants to be. When it changes tone or style, it does so within the context of what came before it -- it never feels schizophrenic or jumbled. Even though some tracks may use saxophone, while others use violins or trumpets, they all aim for achieving the same gestalt, cohesive sound.

It's normally the case that a musician debut's aims high but fails to achieve their vision. Often, we see an artist's debut and imagine what could happen if their potential was tapped in just the right way. Ellis Ludwig-Leone's San Fermin has a debut that aims high and meets it mark perfectly. San Fermin is an incredibly smart record, not because it's classy or intelligent (it's those things too), but because it knows exactly what it is. It's a grandiose album that's not overblown or overlong; it's a varied album that's not scattered or confused. Sometimes it takes an outsider to change the rules, push the boundaries, and recreate the expectations of a genre. Lil Wayne or Kid Cudi weren't the outsiders that rock-n-roll needed (with Rebirth or WZRD), but Ellis Ludwig-Leone is. Who would have thought that the creator of one of the best rock records of 2013 would be an Ivy League-educated ballet composer?

Key Tracks:
"Sonsick"
"Methuselah"
"Rennaisance!"
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HASH(0x9b7ff924) étoiles sur 5 I'm a better listener than writer... 20 septembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
...and right now I'm listening the HELL out of this album! This is a marvelous album and the whole thing works beautifully together!

The album features the voice of three different singers and is accompanied by magnificent instrumentals. The highlights for me are Sonsick, Methuselah, Torero and Daedalus, however, you would be doing yourself a disservice by not purchasing the entire album and listening to each track sequentially.

This is one of my top 5 albums of the year so far and offers an immense and expansive universe for us to explore. I've probably listened to it over 20 times and I'm still trying to navigate the nuances. It's wonderful when new acts like this come along that challenge us as listeners instead of offering up the same ol' formulaic drivel.

Thanks!
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HASH(0x9b7ffcd8) étoiles sur 5 Buy this album. 6 décembre 2013
Par Lewis H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As years pass, music comes and goes. Some songs (or even entire albums) pass through your consciousness without a second thought, never to be heard again. Some can even be your current favorite, but eventually vacate the limited space on your mp3 player to make way for newer fare. However, once in a great while there comes an album that firmly plants itself in your mind and boldly states "I'm not going anywhere". It's an album that not only will stand the test of time (and iDevice song capacity), but will go on to define the time in your life that it entered. It's an intensely personal thing, and one that I find difficult to put into words.

San Fermin caught me off guard: I was innocently browsing the listening station at my local record shop, and came across an odd cover with a bull. Not giving it a second thought, I gave it a listen. 45 seconds in, I was hooked.

Unlike many other album's I've heard, it's an entire unit rather than a series of relatively unconnected songs. The fact that the album was composed over the course of six weeks as one large project is certainly evident. As such, the individual songs took me on a journey unlike most else I've heard. Particularly during the latter half of the album as the tone shifts into the uncomfortable, it does so with a cohesiveness often lost on normal progressive rock.

I'm also consistently fascinated with the album's exploration of similar tone qualities, particularly in its pairing of the two sopranos and either their brass or string quartet. With tracks two and five, the combination of the vocalists and brass to create full chords in wonderful harmonies is a perfect blend.

In track twelve, the dissonant harmonies produced by the singers and violins as they move and sway in unnatural ways is beautifully unnerving in a way to almost cause anxiety in the listener.

The whole album covers so many feelings, from a cozy warm blanket (Cassanova), to a beautiful sunburst (Sonsick), to kinetic, sexual chaos (The Count), to loneliness and uncertainty (In Waiting; True Love Asleep), to reconciliation and ultimately a bittersweet resolution (Oh Darling; Altogether Changed). It's something that I keep wanting to experience again and again.
The fact that San Fermin has consistently engaged me on an emotional, intellectual and technically musical level has made me so glad I stumbled across it in the first place.

I cannot recommend this album enough. It is a piece of music that begs to be listened to as an uninterrupted whole, and it deserves multiple listens as such.
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HASH(0x9b807144) étoiles sur 5 Best album of 2013, no matter what Kanye says. 21 mars 2014
Par Jakob D Vendegna - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's in the title. Seriously, I haven't paid for any music in years.... BUY THIS ALBUM! Some of the best music these ears have ever witnessed.
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HASH(0x9b7fff3c) étoiles sur 5 incredible! a must have! 10 mai 2014
Par R.R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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San Fermin

The first single Sonsick, is a slow crescendo of minimal drums, melodic vocals then washes over you with the addition of an array of horns, and chorus. The single is a beautiful introduction to the refreshing album by a up and coming Brooklyn-based band fronted by composer and songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone. There are so many qualities of this fantastically arranged album its hard to pick just one. The vocals alone are masterly layered, with a mix of solo and chorus....in Bar the juxtaposing of the romantic chorus with the lead baritone is haunting at times...but leaves your heart and chest feeling. I highly recommend you give it a listen.

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