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Page Artiste Joe Lynn Turner


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (10 décembre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005O7OO
  • Autres versions : CD
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  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 654.385 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Bloodsucker
  2. Eye For An Eye
  3. Deliver Me
  4. Heart Of The Night
  5. Slam
  6. Dark Days
  7. Possession
  8. Show Yourself
  9. Cover Up (Bonus Track)
  10. Hard Time
  11. Evil
  12. Always Tomorrow

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Purple Rock. Bon, Joe Lynn Turner, quoiqu'en dise les langues de vipère, n'est pas le Gillan du pauvre. Il tint plus que brillamment le poste de ténor qu'il occupa successivement pour Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen ou Speed Turtle lui-même. Pas de reproches à lui faire de ce côté-là. Il mène à présent une carrière solo un peu trop prolifique et l'on se demande si ses fans actuels sont suffisamment nombreux et affamés pour ingérer la copieuse fournée d'albums qu'il a publiés ces dernières années. En voici un de plus, et un fort bon, ma foi, joliment positionné entre Deep Purple et Bad Company, chanté avec flamme et conviction, et magistralement enluminé par la guitare babillarde du nippon Akira Kajiyama Katoukassé. Rainbow n'a pas toujours fait aussi bien... -- Compact

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HASH(0x9b87d918) étoiles sur 5 must have JLT at his heaviest 25 janvier 2015
Par Aaron Joy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
JLT's post-Rainbow career started out a little predictable. His 1985 debut Rescue You with the former keyboardist of Foreigner in tow ... sounded just like Foreigner but JLT in tow. It's follow-up Nothing's Changed would come a decade & about 40 guest sessions later as a backing vocalist, along with stints fronting numerous bands including Deep Purple & Rising Force. With guitarist Al Pitrelli regularly by his side playing & composing for a handful of albums JLT would turn out by the book hard rock with Nothing's Changed & The Usual Suspects being prophetic album titles as to what could be expected musically. Solid albums, good playing, a firm grip on the East Coast/New York hard rock sound versus the glam oriented L.A. rock, but nothing particularly exciting or climactic or breaking expectations. Reliable is a key word ... top notch reliable. The session gigs would continue to help pay the bills.

Then in 2001 JLT released his seventh album Slam. It might not have the best title, but this would be a turning point in his career with his heaviest album yet. Instead of a large group of rotating musicians which was the normal set-up since his third album, JLT zoomed in on the trio of bassist Eric Carr, keyboardist Paul Morris & drummer Kenny Kramme. In the guitar role would only be Japanese guitarist Akira Kajiyama who had appeared on the previous album & would continue a relationship with JLT. Kajiyama is a very different guitarist than the melodic Pitrelli & the other guest guitarists who had appeared on JLT's albums including Mountain's Leslie West, while him taking all the parts challenged the music in ways that just overdubbing a solo or rhythm doesn't. Whether deliberately or not, Kajiyama, also acting as co-composer, would turn this from a JLT vocal album with friends into a guitar album with tons of solos & wild playing. In many ways the album feels like it's Kajiyama's game, not JLT's, but yet there's also this feeling that Kajiyama respects JLT's music & is actually just helping push it into new musical directions, the natural course of any musician's career.

JLT comes at the challenging new music, the closest to metal he'd recorded yet, with some amazingly expressive vocals that match the guitar playing par for par. He sounds rejuvenated & renewed, let alone challenging himself vocally with screams, shouts & even different tonal styles (for example, "Deliver Me" & the title track). "Bloodsucker" opens the album which is not just a harsh sounding title to add to the JLT catalog, but recalls Deep Purple with a thriving guitar line. It kicks the album off in high gear & an hour later nothing lets up.

As much as his other album titles set the tone Slam does the same. Some songs are a little more traditional JLT but fans won't mind what is a slump for this album but a high gear song for any other album, though the second half the album does begin to run out of creativity & begin to feel imitative of what was already played. That being said, you won't be shutting the album off early though. JLT met Kajiyama years earlier when the guitarist released a Japanese tribute album to Rainbow. Kajiyama would appear on JLT's Under Cover, Vol. 2, Holy Man & Slam & the two would co-release Fire Without Flames. He would also tour behind the Hughes Turner Project in 2002 featuring JLT alongside former Deep Purple bassist/singer Glenn Hughes.
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HASH(0x9ad32d20) étoiles sur 5 title of album not the best but this is a must have If your a ... 10 novembre 2015
Par Gunner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I agree with the previous reviewer, title of album not the best but this is a must have If your a JLT fan. This is one of my favorite solo albums with JLT. I just had to repurchase this cd due to someone stealing or should I say not returning it. "Eye for an Eye" is a great track, then you have a great ballad "Heart Of The Night" written by Kajiama & Turner. Gowing up in a small town in Norway (Kvinesdal) everyone had the album Bent Out Of Shape (Rainbow) .JLT is one of the greatest voices in Rock. Yngwie Malmsteen's best album is with JLT (oddessey) . Would love to see you do some more stuff with Hughes and maybe Joe Bonaamassa . Keep rocking Joe!
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