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  • CD (19 juin 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN : B000BYY1PK
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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"Atlantic Records UK tiene el honor de presentar al nuevo Brian Wilson, al menos en su versión ""Low Fi"".

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Format: CD
... ce disque est pour vous! Citer Brian Wilson et Burt Bacharach peut -à juste titre- paraître très excessif, voire outrancier.
Et pourtant, il suffit d'écouter 2, 3 fois cet album pour reconnaître le don mélodique de Jim Noir. Des chansons pop au format attendu qui frappent par leur simplicité et leur justesse, privilège des plus grands.
Ici, rien de trop. Les arrangements sont impeccables, la voix sobre (et les choeurs 'Beach Boysiens') vient caresser la musique...
Pour ceux qui aiment les maîtres cités plus haut, n'hésitez pas.
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Jim noir est un petit génie qui arrive à reproduire la magie des productions de l"époque tout en ne sonnant pas années 2000. Il faut le faire. le son est donc fait avec les moyens du bord et sonne garage, on entend du souffle parfois mais c'est tout à fait charmant! L'ambiance est bien là. Il arrive également à ne pas donner à l'ensemble un ton nostalgique et à digérer ses influences dans lesquelles il a du baigner toute son enfance : à la fois américaines (beach boys) ou anglaises (who, syd barrett, beatles) avec une petite pincée de psychédélisme, tout en y incluant des touches electroniques assez légères.
A noter que la première chanson, qui dénote un peu du reste de l'album, a servi pour une pub adidas.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 étoiles sur 5 10 commentaires
4.0 étoiles sur 5 More than just 'My Patch' to look forward to 23 août 2011
Par Eduardo Luis Costas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
So I picked up the album on account I had the song 'My Patch' stuck in my head from playing the video game Little Big Planet. I am happy to report that the rest of the album has that quirky, playful, energetic feel to it across the board. While other Amazon reviewers have described Jim Noir's sound as a mix of Paul McCartney and Beach Boys, I would add that there are other songs in this album that reflect influences from such groups as Super Furry Animals and Blur to name two (check out 'I me You I'm Your' for the former and 'Turbulent Weather' for the latter). If you like Jims work here you may as well pick up his self titled 2008 release.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Key of Catchie, Key of Cheeky 12 avril 2008
Par Brian Tepper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There is absolutely no other record like this out (until he puts out the followup). Never has anyone so successfully multitracked his voice to recreate Beach Boy Pet Sound glory. Few have approached childlike ponderings in his simple whimsical lyrics. He keeps them far simpler than Syd Barrett while still retaining the "Pspirit", so to speak. Never once is there a hint of bitterness in the lyrics, nodding to another influence, Nick Drake, keeping judgements for other fall-apart troubadors. The boastful threats in 2 of the catchiest songs, Eanie Meanie and My Patch, are kept from contentiousness by maintaining the playful, jovial deliveries.

If high fructose corn syrup can be inserted in musical notes to enhance flavor and stick with you forever, Noir has found a way, and all by his lonesome in his upstairs flat often on his computer (hence, one of the cheeky allusions he makes in the title, TOWER of Love). I Me You I'm Your, Key of C and Turbulent Weather cheer up the most weathered cynics. Best recomend you give each song a day or 2 before moving on to the next so as not to be to overwhelmed then take it in full because even the sequence of the songs enhances the listening experience.

Psychiatrists may consider prescribing this instead of Xanax for their incurables. Corporations have found his colorful freak beats and candy coated vocals perfect enough to sell sneakers and discount department stores. As for us dear listeners, we have a perfect soundtrack for driving home in a thunderstorm after a terrible day at the job or on the dole, only to have the sun peak through to get in a walk in park before getting home to tea.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 outstanding release 27 juin 2006
Par M. Lohrke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i don't typically hand out five-star ratings. for something to earn five-stars, it's gotta sound like nothing i've heard for before, all the while keeping in mind the importance of solid musicianship and songcraft. when i first plopped in 'tower of love,' i wasn't quite sure what to expect, but after a gave the album a listen, i can quite comfortably state jim noir is a genius.

the album opens with 'my patch.' it begins with some beach boys-esque harmonies and an electric piano before materializing into a plunky, catchy little number. the lyrics are a tad silly: 'if you ever step on my bush, i'll bring you down, i'll bring you down.' 'i me you i'm your' sounds a bit like the heavy blinkers. it's a track not out of place on 1970s AM gold radio. 'my computer' is again a bit silly lyrically, but musically entertaining. 'eanie meany' is one of the album's standouts. it's currently used by addidad in their amazing world cup ads. for the sake of reference, it sounds like the best track the byrds never wrote. 'tower of love' is a perfect slice from a 60's cinematic soundtrack. 'in the key of c' sounds as though mozart spent some time at willy wonka's chocolate factory and wrote a disco song. i know, i know...

if it sounds like the album's all over the map, it is. noir experiments with quite a number of styles and sounds from the comfort of his home studio (and from what i gather he plays all the instruments, too). the kicker is that he actually pulls them all off. his melodies are tight and effective. it'd be easy to abuse the beach boy harmonies (as so many do), but fortunately noir refrains from over-indulgence. he uses them when he needs to, and thereby gets maximum effect. it's a tribute to his talents.

what impresses me most is that the album is that it's endlessly interesting. it's a perfect example of using modern technology without sounding excessively modern. noir likes to dip his finger in nostalgia, pulling out just enough to remind you where his roots lay. in the end, noir is a product of the computer generation and uses it to advantage to weld the past and the present together. in short, noir is a force to reckon with.

from what i gather, his album's slated for domestic release roundabouts august 8th. a certain contender for my album of the year. get it. you'll be glad you did.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 fascinating and enjoyable debut 9 août 2006
Par M. Lohrke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i don't typically hand out five-star ratings. for something to earn five-stars, it's gotta sound like nothing i've heard for before, all the while keeping in mind the importance of solid musicianship and songcraft. when i first plopped in 'tower of love,' i wasn't quite sure what to expect, but after a gave the album a listen, i can quite comfortably state jim noir is a genius.

the album opens with 'my patch.' it begins with some beach boys-esque harmonies and an electric piano before materializing into a plunky, catchy little number. the lyrics are a tad silly: 'if you ever step on my bush, i'll bring you down, i'll bring you down.' 'i me you i'm your' sounds a bit like the heavy blinkers. it's a track not out of place on 1970s AM gold radio. 'my computer' is again a bit silly lyrically, but musically entertaining. 'eanie meany' is one of the album's standouts. it's currently used by addidad in their amazing world cup ads. for the sake of reference, it sounds like the best track the byrds never wrote. 'tower of love' is a perfect slice from a 60's cinematic soundtrack. 'in the key of c' sounds as though mozart spent some time at willy wonka's chocolate factory and wrote a disco song. i know, i know...

if it sounds like the album's all over the map, it is. noir experiments with quite a number of styles and sounds from the comfort of his home studio (and from what i gather he plays all the instruments, too). the kicker is that he actually pulls them all off. his melodies are tight and effective. it'd be easy to abuse the beach boy harmonies (as so many do), but fortunately noir refrains from over-indulgence. he uses them when he needs to, and thereby gets maximum effect. it's a tribute to his talents.

what impresses me most is that the album is that it's endlessly interesting. it's a perfect example of using modern technology without sounding excessively modern. noir likes to dip his finger in nostalgia, pulling out just enough to remind you where his roots lay. in the end, noir is a product of the computer generation and uses it to advantage to weld the past and the present together. in short, noir is a force to reckon with.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mellifluous Moods 13 janvier 2007
Par Rebecca of Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"My Patch" seems to be a funky melodious invitation to danger with hypnotic bouncy road trip appeal. There are elements of the Beatles and Nick Drake mixed with a more edgy electronica. "I Me You I'm Your" seems to filter in from space like a psychedelic haze and then leaves just as quickly.

"Computer Song" cascades over itself with creative lyrics and a melodious tension. If someone in a tribal forest was riding on a train it might sound like "Tower of Love" but then suddenly you are on a carousel going round and round and a circus appears with a soft orchestral appeal. It is difficult to define a category for some of the songs, but this one has an especially magical innocence.

"Key of C" is unexpected but expands the sound in bubbles within bubbles of acoustic appeal. "Climb a Tree" has interesting waterfalls (you hear then again in Turbulent Weather) and explores guitar within an especially beautiful ballad with mellifluous moods. This is an album you can put in the CD player and listen to without a worry in the world. If you love Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, The Beach Boys or The Beatles, you might really fall in love with this sound.

~The Rebecca Review
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