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This Business of Art

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  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN : B00004U91U
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
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Format: CD
Un album fondamental où nos deux jumelles Tegan & Sara offrent un mélange de punk de folk et de rock époustouflant d'énergie et de pertinence. Beaucoup plus brut qu'Alanis Morissette et pas si loin d'Ani Di Franco, référence en la matière... L'avenir du rock au féminin !
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Par Un client le 11 décembre 2004
Format: CD
Cet album de ces deux jumelles est produit par Hawksley Workman. Sa touche se faisant sentir sur quelques morceaux. Il apporte une touche plus énergique à la musique de Tegan & Sara faisant de "This Business of Art" certainement leur album le plus brut et folk à ce jour. À ranger à côté de Ani Di Franco dont on sent une certaine influence dans les compositions de Tegan et Sara Quin.
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Par Un client le 19 novembre 2004
Format: Album vinyle
Pour moi, le meilleur album de Tegan and Sara. Il est très varié et permet d'apprécier les différentes facettes des jumelles : de la folk accoustique au rock énergique et merveilleusement interprété. Une référence du rock féminin, à posséder absolument.
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un must provenant des sœurs canadiennes tegan and Sara. un album qui aspire dans leur univers musical. à ne rater sous aucun prétexte.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tegan and Sara, "This Business of Art" 26 juillet 2012
Par C. Dennis Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
(originally written Jan. 25, 2008)

It's hard to believe only 3 months ago I'd never heard of Sara Kiersten Quin or Tegan Rain Quin. And now so short a time later I have 4 of their albums (the original debut, UNDER FEET LIKE OURS, is proving difficult to find) and have listened to almost nothing but since that first day.

The twins were a mere 19 when their album THIS BUSINESS OF ART came out on Neil Young's VAPOR RECORDS label in 2000. From the first note, the two have proven themselves a powerful force to be reckoned with when it comes to their hard-hitting acoustic rhythms, interesting lyrics, and amazing voices. And at such a young age.

Tegan opens the record with the life-affirming rocker "The First" and immediately I knew I'd be playing this one frequently. If anyone has any doubts as to the sincerity of Tegan and Sara's talent, their ability to dig deep and deliver some honesty in a world full of radio-friendly politically correct pop more suited to producers and record companies than true artists, they need only hear the passion and urgency in her voice as she belts out "The first to come, the first to go, the first to say yes, the first to say no, I'm gonna seize this moment" to know these girls are the real deal. And just to prove she's not all rock and snarl, she puts that to rest 4 songs later with the heartbreaking "My Number", a song it is impossible to not fall in love with upon the first listen.

THIS BUSINESS OF ART is not the best Tegan and Sara record, but it is D@MN good.

Obviously the girls are at that age we all remember when our idealism outweighed our drive and we had a hundred ways in mind to change the world, but none of them ever panned out. At 19, the thing that seemed to weigh most heavily on the minds of the Quin twins was individuality.

"Freedom and blood / I make my mark and fight for tomorrow / Finally I've got something / Something I can raise my voice for . . . Proud, I'm proud to be me, proud to see"

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"So they get my voice / but they can never get my soul / There's a million things about me you will never know . . . Freedom from the mighty sky to the ground / she said / you've got the freedom to walk out / if they drag you down."

I absolutely love this record and wish I'd discovered it 8 years ago.

I've heard Tegan and Sara described as folk artists and compared to Ani DiFranco. I've made that comparison myself a time or two. But the truth is, what they do is something unlike anyone else. Possibly it's the lifelong bond they share, as who could possibly understand and play off you more creatively than your twin? And while they do write their songs separately, you can still see influences from one to the other throughout THIS BUSINESS OF ART, whether a particular turn of phrase or the way they both turn their acoustic guitars into percussion instruments. And yet, the differences are obvious as well.

Tegan's offerings have a more rhythmic feel, a little more aggressive, while Sara's songs carry a hint of beauty, a lilt in her voice, a purity you might say. Tegan comes off a little angrier on this record, as if she was in a particular place in her life, with something serious on her mind, while Sara is just giving us beautiful songs--and all within the bounds of those specific themes we've discovered, individuality and self-reliance.

I don't know what kinds of rhythms these girls hear in their heads, but it's awesome, and when they put lyrics to them, incredible things happen.

"From the liquor store to the train stop floors / your filthy room, your drama blues / I am nothing if I'm not with you / I'm always right, always wrong / dressing bad is like loving you / there is nothing I haven't worn / nothing I haven't said before / so here I am / around this world will I be enough?"

For me, I think songs like "Superstar" and "Freedom", even "Proud" and "Hype" take a stance against something they've already established with the title of their record, the BUSINESS of ART. Art is not a business. Any real artist knows that. Tegan and Sara know it. Just look at the first 3 lines of the "Freedom" quote 6 paragraphs ago.

THIS BUSINESS OF ART is eleven instances of Tegan and Sara Quin doing what they were obviously put here to do, writing and signing incredible songs that connect almost immediately with their listeners. There truly is something addictive about their music, their voices. THIS BUSINESS OF ART is a perfect starting point, a build to the even more incredible work that followed.

They sure as hell don't need me to sing their praises and sell them on future listeners. The songs sell themselves. Don't believe me, just buy THIS BUSINESS OF ART, play any song at random and you're there. True story.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Go on a T&S binge! 31 mars 2013
Par Gabriel Grey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My wife and I were listening to some Tegan and Sara and decided we wanted to go on a T&S binge! So we bought 'Sainthood', 'This Business of Art', 'If It Was You', 'The Con', and 'So Jealous'. Then shortly after, Amazon had a one day special on their newest, 'Heartthrob' for $2.99, and we added that. We like listening to them on shuffle and hearing their different styles mixed together. You can hear different influences, but T&G always have great harmony, lyrics and bounce that are all their own. This is fun alt-pop that also has depth and heart. Make Tegan and Sara a part of your musical life!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Grows on you like kudzu 13 août 2003
Par Kathryn Bowles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I purchased this album because I really liked the song "My Number" which I had heard on Spinner.com. Upon the first listen, I was frankly unpleased. But as with most CDs I spend hard earned money on, I thought I had better give it another shot. I was not disappointed. Even the second listen of this CD had me nodding my head and trying desperatly to memorize the lyrics so I could sing along. Speaking of the lyrics, they are quite good. I'm so tired of the love-sick dribble that exits the mouths of most young artists. Following the lead of their musical elders, Tegan & Sarah (at the very least) leave the impression that they are singing from experience and passion. An obvious influence is Ani diFranco as far as singing style goes, but their guitar work is more fluid. Its a great one to play in the car while barreling down the interstate. All in all, I really enjoy this album; if you don't like it at first listen, give it another try. You won't be disappointed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tegan & Sara Live 16 juillet 2001
Par Rick C Hodgin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I was leaving for work. I had my laptop slung over my shoulder nicely packed away in its carrying case. The lights were off, my car keys were in hand. I picked up the remote to turn off the TV. As I was getting ready to hit the power button I saw Tegan and Sara getting ready to perform live on the The Today Show on NBC. I watched and listened to them in amazement. When their performance was over I unpacked my laptop, plugged it in, turned it on, hooked up the phone cord and ordered it online. A few days later it arrived and has since become one of my favorite all time CD's, especially so if you consider this is their debute album!
Buy it. If you like Indigo Girls, Melissa Ethridge, Poe, The Cranberries, some of Ani DiFranco's older stuff (I personally don't like her new stuff), etc., then you will love this album.
I'm waiting for the next one, or a live version of the songs on TBoA.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Years from now... 15 août 2013
Par Queersilver - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Years from now, the music industry will regret that they didn't pay as much attention to this album. This should've received so much accolades because it reflected the sound of that era and the mid-90s where alternative rock music fronted by women is reflective, empowering and ground-breaking. Listening to this album, you get inspired to wanna pick-up a guitar and just write your own songs. It can reinforce the musician/artist in you. It's a very easy album to listen to and like.
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