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  • CD (28 janvier 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Sounds Familyre
  • ASIN : B0001F7U9S
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Par Semper Victor COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 10 COMMENTATEURS le 15 octobre 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Après des débuts dans la musique expérimentale ou électronique et le lancement de sa série d'albums sur les 50 états, Sufjan Stevens ouvre avec « Seven Swans » une parenthèse, avec cet album d'inspiration biblique, à la fois profonde et originale.

L'album s'ouvre avec le magnifique et lancinant « All the trees of the field will clap their hands ». On remarquera également le morceau « Abraham » en titre n°6, mais le meilleur est clairement pour la fin, avec deux chansons merveilleuses : « Seven Swans » et peut-être encore plus « The Transfiguration ».

Avec des mots simples, des mélodies pures et des arrangements particulièrement riches et lumineux Sufjan Stevens parvient à donner un souffle particulièrement brillant à ses compositions. Si le folk d'inspiration chrétienne n'est pas un art habituel en France, Sufjan Stevens nous prouve ici avec génie qu'il peut être la source d'œuvres particulièrement réussies.
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Après la grandeur insurpassable de "Michigan", Stevens nous offre un album de pure beauté, débordant d'amour et de spiritualité, riche de mélodies à rendre jaloux les plus renommés.
Si vous aimez les mélodies évidentes et les voix qui vous emmènent dans un monde triste et doux, alors, ce disque est pour vous.
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Bien meilleur que Michigan en tous cas. Je me suis tjrs demandé la raison de cet engoument et pourquoi l'on crie au génie. Il y a qqch c'est certain mais il est en permanence entre deux eaux. Parfois cela ressemble à du FM style Michael Nyman parfois il frôle le sublime. Peut être que ds deux trois ans il trouvera le bon chemin
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HASH(0x8e010704) étoiles sur 5 WONDERFUL MUSIC THAT MEANS SOMETHING... 7 novembre 2006
Par NotATameLion - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I caught Sufjan and the noisemakers on Austin City Limits the other night (morning really). I was pleasantly surprised that one of the four songs feautured was "The Dress Looks Nice On You." it is one of the songs that I truly treasure from this disc.

Seven Swans is not Illinoise. Where Illinoise is all about grandeur, beauty and story-telling, Seven Swans is about reflection, mystery and transformation. I find this to be some of Mr. Stevens's most compelling music.

"All The Trees Of The Fields Will Clap Their Hands" is my favorite song here by far. And that is saying something. There is not a weak song on this disc.

This is wonderful music that means something. You can't put a price on that.

I recommend this CD.
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HASH(0x8e010794) étoiles sur 5 Sparkling, Stunning Spirituality 8 octobre 2004
Par D. Rotmil - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sufjan Stevens has a way of making a song sound like a prayer. His voice is almost a whisper, not forced, at ease, filled with a grace that is so touching, you want to pray with him. In this age of conservative religious righteousness, it's refreshing to listen to a talent who can share his tender thoughts about God without judging, without jingoism and without preaching. This is a spirituality that is personal and real. Stevens also creates an angelic sound out of all things - a banjo - that plucks and dances with a purity so stark, you'd think the angels traded in their harp and made that quirky country guitar the offical instrument of heaven. From the first track, the majestically and achingly beautiful, "All the Trees of the Field Will Clap Their Hands" - until the last "Transfiguration", Sufyan's deep contemplation of God, his love of his faith, and even the temptations of the devil come into fold. It's a spiritual and intellectual voice that set's Sufyan apart from most artists out there. The songs are so gorgeous in melody and texture, that I tend to wake up in the middle of the night hearing them in my head. Although "Seven Swans" may not be as punchy, and epic as his last album "Greetings from Michigan...", it shows him to be a dynamic indie artist taking new directions, down a path that God has given him. We're lucky to walk down that path with him. This is just a beauty of an album.
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HASH(0x8f903cf0) étoiles sur 5 Like Iron and Wine, but more spiritual 1 juin 2006
Par Darth Wader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
From the banjo on the first song to the lyrics "Son of Man! Son of God!", Sufjan pulls together an album worth remembering. Highlights include: All The Trees..., To Be Alone With You, Abraham, We Won't Need Legs to Stand, and Seven Swans. At times poetic, at times prophetic, and at times just lush and beautiful, Seven Swans will grow on you more and more with every listen. With its gorgeous overt Christian lyrics and folksy songs, Sufjan has proven that he is an upcoming singer/songwriter that means business. In an industry flooded with such perverse imagery, Sufjan gives us the word of God and the observations of an imperfect man who recognizes God's perfect power. Whatever the subject, Sufjan can tackle it head on without compromising who he is. For fans of Iron and Wine, this CD is a must have.
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HASH(0x8f903cb4) étoiles sur 5 I Love The Banjo... 19 janvier 2005
Par Kevin Satterwhite - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
And therefore, I love Sufjan Stevens' music. More specifically, I love this album. It has a plethora of banjo. Sufjan was the first artist I've heard who wasn't inclined to keep his banjo playing on a modest level. On "Seven Swans" you could even consider the banjo his primary instrument-almost.

So, I guess you could consider it ironic that my favorite track is "A Good Man Is Hard To Find", because it is completely absent of any banjos. But nevertheless, it has my favorite melody, albeit on an acoustic guitar. Half way through the song, it really picks up, adding organs, a chorus of female vocals and a sporadic beat. It's almost my favorite Sufjan song, but that still remains with "For The Widows In Paradise..." from his "Michigan" album. My next favorite track is "All The Trees Of The Field Will Clap Their Hands." Now this song features no guitar, only Sufjan's banjo. And like most of my favorite songs on this album, this song progresses. Starting with just a banjo and Sufjan's vocals, a little further in a piano melody and female vocals are added, eventually adding a beat. The song just becomes more and more melodic (and hypnotic!) as it progresses. Next I will come to "In The Devil's Territory". This is the most harmonically layered track on the album. Sufjan implements just about every instrument he has ever used in his music, sans his really early work with wood flutes and I guess any wind instruments in general. But it has banjos, guitars, pianos, bass, an instrument I really can't identify acting as a kind of beat, and (unfortunately).... a saw. I cringe every time I hear the saw; I feel it was an unnessesary addition. Some how though, I can usually ignore it. Finally, I will end, like the album does, with "The Transfiguration". This is another song sporting mainly a banjo, but again progressing. As it progresses, horns, drums, xylophones, and another instrument I am having trouble identifying (clarinet?) are implemented. This song leads me to a discussion always addressed when reviewing Sufjan's work: his religious content.

Now, while I am agnostic, and more importantly: anti-organized religion, I can still find the sense to appreciate this music. It is very good, and can be respectable no matter your affiliations and/or beliefs. Sometimes Sufjan can lay his beliefs on pretty heavily, but in no way a preachy manner. It's mostly done through thick story telling, which I can openly dismiss as him and I simply not relating and just enjoying the melody. Other times, he is expressing his love, which he actually presents in a broad manner that you could relate to other things such as a love one. Hell, maybe that's even what he is doing; I'm not too good at analyzing artists' messages.

Overall, this is an amazing, beautiful album, a very worthy purchase. Apart from the aforementioned tracks, other stand outs include: "To Be Alone With You", "Size Too Small", "The Dress Looks Nice On You".
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HASH(0x8d57c960) étoiles sur 5 Another great album from Sufjan! 6 juin 2004
Par aloverofgreysilentdays - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow - I was really happy upon listening to this album - I of course had high expectations after "Michigan" - and though I would not say this album surpasses that one, it is certainly quite good - very good indeed. The instrumentation is lovely - acoustic almost exclusively with banjo and guitar - the songs are great and Sufjan's singing is very hushed and sweet - like he's whispering us secrets - reminding sometimes of Iron and Wine...highlights include "the dress looks nice on you", "to be alone with you" - which a had hoped would be a Dylan cover, but it wasn't - but it was a very well, maybe superior song with the same title...also, "he woke me up again" is excellent. Highly recomended - as well as "Michigan". "A sun came" is good too, but Sufjan has certainly honed his skills and become more consistently good since that debut...sorry for rambling, enjoy!
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