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super ; j'avais envie d'écouter ce chanteur d'après les recommandations de ma fille qui à grenoble a eu la chance de voir le film documentaire ; moi j'attends la sortie du DVD car ce film ne passera pas dans ma ville!!!
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un reel plaisir que d'écouter cet artiste méconnu, Dylan n'aurais pas fait mieux.
je vai acheter les deux autres album
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vraiment un disque superbe ! regardez aussi le film "searching for sugarman". à recommander à toutes personnes qui aiment la bonne musique
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Je ne connaissais pas, j'ai découvert, j'ai pleuré et j'ai adoré, je n'arrête pas de dire à tous ceux que je rencontre d'aller voir ce doumentaire. Cet homme m'a bouleversée, pour moi c'est comme un être d'un autre monde. Quel talent et quelle simplicité. Je ne sais plus quoi dire, sauf que beaucoup devraient réfléchir un peu sur leurs "soi-disant" succès et mettre une sourdine à leur faconde.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An illuminating and at times discouraging experience... 23 avril 2015
Par Thomas Moody - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The "Rodriguez" saga has, unfortunately, only been exposed recently, coming to national acclaim in 2012 with the release of the film "Searching for Sugarman." Indeed, since his ground-breaking, song-writing debut in 1970, he's managed to disappear and then gloriously reappear with the help of this amazing film. This soundtrack, brilliantly aligned to follow the movie's plotline, offers the best of his work, digitally remastered and all. It is in this vein that this CD succeeds...taking, essentially, the best from Sixto Rodriguez's first two albums (Cold Fact and Coming From Reality) and merging it with some recent work to give us the absolute best of this man's, this enigma's talent.

His legacy has already been spelled out...Sixto Rodriguez, a young singer/song-writer from Detroit, makes two rather obscure albums in the early 1970s that don't sell very well on a national level. Believing that he's had his chance, his record label drops him, relegating him to a life of insignificance.

Unknown to him or his record label, his songs take off in South Africa, becoming hugely popular. Thrown into the same class as Dylan, Elvis and the Beatles in these remote countries, Rodriguez, conversely, goes to work in Detroit's demolition and assembly line business, epitomizing the many who've lost a career in popular music and are now attempting to scrape by.

But it is this persistent popularity throughout Africa and Europe that drive a new generation of Rodriguez fans to wonder about his outcome. What happened to this guy? Why did he just disappear? Is it true that he shot himself on-stage one night in mid-concert?

In 2012, with the release of "Searching For Sugarman," his renewed career suddenly takes off. Playing to mostly European and African audiences, he finally realizes his dream of success at 70 years old. This compilation soundtrack is the result of that effort.

To me, if you are going to listen to the best of Rodriguez, there are three monumental works that carry this man's legacy..."Crucify Your Mind" and "I Wonder" from "Cold Fact" and "Cause" from "Coming From Reality" tell all there is about this man's talent. Later works seem to forget the depth and background orchestration of these fabulous tracks. But taken all at once, this is a crucial look at a man and a career reborn, miraculously 40 years after it'd seemingly died. The movie and the music are magnificently uplifting...everyone needs to be inspired by "Searching for Sugar Man."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A `musico-politico' masterpiece 25 juillet 2012
Par Robert Carraher - Publié sur Amazon.com
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you can read the myths, the rumors and the strange trip that went into making this movie. basically, Rodriguez was a Mexican-American from inner city Detroit who wrote and made two records that were absolutely brilliant but went nowhere. Then when it seemed Rodriguez star had faded, a bootleg found its way to South Africa where it became a rallying point in the anti-Apartheid movement reigniting interest in these two brilliant albums of funky psychedelic folk music from a man called the Latino Dylan. Certainly his songs would feel right at home in a Dylan repetoir.

The myth formed that he had set himself on fire at the end of a show with the lines that ended one of his songs, "Thanks for your time. And you can thank me for mine. And after that's said, Forget it. Bag it, man." and then ended his life in a flash. except that was nothing but legend, part of the myth of this man and how it took a decade for his masterpiece first album to go platnum half way around the world.

The music is brilliant. the song lyrics are still relivant today, and maybe more so. "This system's gonna fall soon, to an angry young tune-and that's a concrete cold fact." and when he sings of Rich Folks Hoax you can only wonder if he isn't the voice of todays 98%.When you hear "Crucify Your Mind", it sounds like the best that Dylan ever wrote. "Sugar Man" is a tale of life in the real inner city. Music like this, and a tale like this won't die.

The film is a great piece of entertainment, a great piece of `musico-politico' history. And now he is out touring again. get the sound track, it concists of music from both albums. See the movie if you can.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 EXCELLENT! 15 mars 2016
Par Anglophile - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's a shame this guy never achieved the fame he so rightly deserved because these songs are excellent! I've played this cd about four times and the songs really say something; it really takes me back in time to when I was growing up back in the sixties and seventies, as they reflect the times so well: an era I'll never experience again. I sincerely hope that he'll continue to write, for I'd really like to hear what he has to say about this decade.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Must have music from a special talent. 18 novembre 2012
Par Kai Tiura - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After watching the documentary movie "Searching for Sugar Man" recently, I was so taken with his music and his demeanor, his utter lack of ego or entitlement, that I had to buy the soundtrack.

I'm glad I did. I was a very active listener of the music of my youth, and knew most of the artists, but had never heard of "Rodriguez", so was astounded when I saw the movie and learned of his melodic and poignant music, easily at a level of quality competitive in the commercial market of the seventies, when it was recorded, yet I'd never heard any of it. Nor of him.

His songs were timeless tales of life in the city (his was Detroit), and spoke of the drug dealers and unemployment and heartache so prevalent in seventies music, but also belied a deeper, unspoken hope that life's struggles could be overcome; that hard work could change circumstances.

His voice is reminiscent of Dylan, which may actually have been one issue with his not reaching a higher level of popularity since there already was one, and he was arguably the best at being a Dylan. But the music, the voice and the wonderfully woven words of his songs have a resonance and truth seldom experienced in the political explosion of music of the era. A few succeeded in creating good songs that were also good stories, many proffered commercially viable stuff that touched on issues raging in American society, but Rodriguez put out music with heart, and lived his music without compromise in his life of extreme hard work as a physical laborer.

The story of the search for the artist once his haunting, mysterious past caught hold of a couple music historians/journalists, is the real treat of the story of Rodriguez. The fact that, unknown to the artist, who lived a meager existence of low pay and hard work, his music was cherished in South Africa during the uprisings against Apartheid, is simply amazing. That the seekers of his actual story had to work extremely hard to find out anything about where he was from, or who he really was, is nothing compared to the explosive success his music enjoyed in a far away land, yet he knew nothing of it. The stories of how he'd died were as much the impetus for the search as anything. Some had claimed he'd died in prison, others claimed he'd committed suicide on stage in front of an unappreciative audience who could not grasp the desperation of his message.

With this subject matter, one might wonder how it could be an uplifting story, but it was all that and more. I feel I met the man watching the story unfold, beautifully emphasized by the man's own music. I can't suggest the movie more highly. It is a sweet story of a man unwilling to sell out, unafraid to hold fast in his beliefs and completely devoid of immodesty.

I left the theater soaring in spirit. The music takes me back there when I hear it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Motown's Not the Only Sound of Detroit 26 février 2013
Par Steven Kerry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I saw this documentary soon after watching another called Detropia, which was about the progressive decay and economic dissolution in that great city, and the two docs complimented one another quite well. Then I listened to the music, really listened, and thought "Wow. This is great stuff." Here is an artist who writes evocative, compelling lyrics from a soulful, blue collar worker perspective. Rodriguez speaks for every man who's pulling shifts, punching a time card, and trying to survive. He also has a sharp eye for the details of street life, barflys, love affairs, and assorted hustlers. It all adds up to one very enjoyable collection, and this soundtrack is a great introduction. This, too, is the sound of Detroit, and if you haven't seen this Oscar winning doc you are in for a real treat. This album is more than just a retro trip to a bygone era; it is surprisingly contemporary in its depiction of life. One note of caution: the soundtrack begins with the track "Sugar Man", which does have a dated and rather oddball arrangement (the spacy effects are meant to evoke a drug haze, I gather) but the song is catchy as hell, and the album proceeds with great style and grace. I would've personally opened the album with "I Wonder", which features a cool bassline and is about as pop as this album gets, but this is a minor quibble. As for Rodriguez himself, who still lives in Detroit, he strikes me as a near mystical figure, a man of such humility and cool that his personality intrigues every bit as much as his music. See the doc; buy the music; I doubt you will regret either.
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