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Tudor Lodge CD, Import, Enregistrement original remasterisé

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (29 janvier 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0011NT4GG
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. It All Comes Back To Me
  2. Would You Believe?
  3. Recollection
  4. Two Steps Back
  5. Help Me Find Myself
  6. Nobody's Listening
  7. Willow Tree
  8. Forest
  9. I See A Man
  10. Lady's Changing Home
  11. Madeline
  12. Kew Gardens

Description du produit

TUDOR LODGE Tudor Lodge (2011 UK 13-track remastered CD originally released in 1971 on Verigo. Includes the bonus recording The Good Times We Had booklet picture sleeve with liner notes by Jon Wright)

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Par Stefy TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 9 mai 2016
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Amateurs de Fairport Convention et de Pentangle, voici un tout zoli album fait pour vous. Au tout début des années 70, Tudor Lodge sort ce disque remarquable car pleinement réussi dans le genre. C'est une musique particulièrement limpide et rafraichissante dont il est ici question. Le groupe propose une musique pastorale et champêtre, bucolique, avec des compositions subtiles mais pas pédantes, délicates mais pas plombantes. Le groupe évite surtout deux écueils majeurs. Tout d'abord, il évite totalement l'ascétisme qui peut guetter sur ce genre de musique. Des arpèges de guitares en cascades, il y en a, bien entendu, mais pas que. On trouve également des flutiaux à l'essence toute minérale. Puis sur certains morceaux, on ajoute un piano aqueux, voire des bouquets de cordes ou encore des percussions aquatiques. Une batterie alimente nombre de morceaux de façon pétillante et naturelle et on même droit parfois à une guitare électrique frétillante. Bref, on habille le morceau, on le pare d'oripeaux pour le rendre plus beau. Et, à l'arrivée, c'est clair et transparent comme de l'eau de roche, il n'y a aucune surcharge. Également pour ne pas lasser l'auditeur, les voix, masculines et une féminine, se relaient constamment, parfois à l'unisson, pour tenir la ligne de chant. De plus, l'ambiance n'est jamais à la déprime, c'est plutôt assez guilleret dans le bon sens du terme. Cette musique est plus une exaltation qu'un repli sur soi. En cela, elle dégage de bonnes vibrations.Lire la suite ›
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sorti à l'origine en pleine période progressive, sur la filiale vertigo cette gallette qui propose une poignée de titre offre une mixture de folk avec des intonations gaéliques charmante.

il sagit d'untrio composé d'une chanteuse américaine, un guitariste et un bassiste de nationalitée britanique. coincé entre le fairport convention et pentangle, leur particularité réside dans le choix des thêmes et motifs des titres de ce dernier et puis cette hommage continuel à l'époque moyenageuse de la dynastie des tudor!

cet album est excelent de bout en bout, des titres comme le quatrième se dégage du lot, avec sa mélodie accrocheuse et cette voix feminine envoutante!!!!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Progressive folk with a melancholy loveliness - 4 & 1/2 stars 14 octobre 2013
Par Tim Lukeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Here's one of those unjustly forgotten one-album wonders from an astonishingly fertile creative period in music. Rooted in folk but tinged with progressive rock in its gentler aspects, Tudor Lodge offers something tender & joyous to the willing listener. In some ways, I'm reminded a little of Renaissance, but re-imagined in terms of chamber music as opposed to sweeping orchestral music. There was a distinctive sort of female vocal then, wistful & childlike, yet also wise & knowing; and it's shown to full effect on this album, with songs that evoke both Elizabethan pastoral & tinges of acid-folk. It was a period of fragile beauty, one that couldn't last ... but this is a haunting reminder of what it felt like then -- recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lush, complex and undisturbed progressive folk gem 28 juillet 2007
Par Elliot Knapp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Tudor Lodge's eponymous and only album is a most welcome (if limited edition) reissue. In fact, it's something of a shame that this record is primarily known in small circles of obscure folk-lovers interested in spending the extra time and money to seek out special albums like this one. The group is based around a core trio: Brits Lyndon Green (guitar/vocals), John Stannard (guitar/vocals) and American Ann Steuart (guitar/piano/flute/vocals). Accordingly, the album's songs are based around the intricate interplay of two or more excellent acoustic guitar lines often accompanied by Steuart's flute or piano, and gorgeous vocal harmonies provided by all three musicians. Along for the ride, though, are Danny Thompson (bass) and Terry Cox (drums) of The Pentangle fame, as well as an orchestra. This makes for incredible lush arrangements, often swelling with emotion and layered harmony and interplay that reward the attentive listener with surprising complexity. Though this kind of production often comes across as slick and unnecessary, with Tudor Lodge it works pretty well (a little bit like the orchestral arrangements employed by Nick Drake) and the music, though flowing and delicate never seems contrived--more like well thought-out with an ear for clear beauty.

What buoys Tudor Lodge's debut to its classic status is the subtly affecting set of primarily original tunes performed so adeptly by the group. The opener, "It All Comes Back To Me," sets the tone that will dominate most of the record--gentle, contemplative, wistful, with a hint of melancholy, and especially pastoral in that British way. The orchestra plays the first notes, followed by some impressive finger-picked acoustic and the voice of Ann Steuart blends with Green's and Stannard's in flawless harmony as she compellingly explores contemplative and elusive emotions. The rest of the record is packed with strong songs echoing these sentiments--lots of major 7th chords make for appealing harmonies and a dreamy feel. It's mostly acoustic (only "Nobody's Listening" and "The Lady's Changing Home" feature electric guitar, and it's surprisingly gritty on the latter cut).

A strong focus on aging underpins much of the album--the second track, "Would You Believe?" especially. It's one of my favorites, with one of the male singers taking the lead. The group (especially the Pentangle's rhythm section) lurches through some progressive tempo changes to the lyric's dreamy description of disbelief at the passage of time--compelling and powerful. Another of my favorites is "Nobody's Listening," which, on the surface, describes a singer persevering and performing in front of a nearly empty room for the sake of the song. Lurking under the surface, though, is a gentle optimism addressing the decision to continue living in a world that may in fact have no meaning outside that which we create ourselves. It's measured, cutting, and sublime songwriting, especially when combined with such fantastic playing. "Madeline" is an instrumental featuring some excellent acoustic guitar playing reminiscent of Bert Jansch's as well as Ralph McTell's. The latter composed "Kew Gardens," the track that finishes the album with gentle British idiosyncrasy.

I'd say that both Nick Drake and Ralph McTell are good reference points for those interested in Tudor Lodge--it's understated, but for active listeners there is more than enough in this music to keep you invested and astounded for years to come. I call this album "progressive folk" since it combines lush orchestration and unorthodox songwriting elements with occasionally surprising instrumentation. It's not as out-there as other progressive folk acts like The Incredible String Band, Comus, or even Roy Harper's experimental material, but if you listen closely you'll find that it's not quite your typical folk blend. I'd also like to note that this reissue (limited to 2500 copies) is as gorgeous as the music and remastering--the packaging recreates the LP's 6-panel die cut cover and includes a folding liner-note as well. It's a bit fragile, but beautiful nonetheless. If you're interested at all in this great album, I'd recommend getting it soon--even though it's already more expensive than your average CD, prices on limited editions like this only get higher as the album becomes harder to find!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 As opposed to Victorian Chalet? 12 juillet 2014
Par Reluctant Texan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I guess the point of these reviews is to provide free advice as to whether you should buy the item in question (such advice being well worth every penny). In this case, given that right now we're looking at $15 (including 4 bucks shipping) for an import delivered to your door, yes, absolutely, why not.

I'm assuming, of course, that you already have the key works of Fairport Convention, Pentangle, Steeleye Span, Richard & Linda Thompson, Nick Drake, Sandy Denny... well, there are really quite a few things I would spend the $15 on first, but eventually you would get here.

Allmusic refers to this as folk-prog.... I can't think of a worse designation. I think of progressive as either futuristic (this is more past-urific) or having some of the complexity of classical music. Well there are strings. But mostly this is pretty. Very, very pretty... if pretty sometimes makes you gag (not so in my case) I would be cautious. As noted, lots of harmonies. I thought some of them sounded suspiciously west-coast rather than merry old Englande (sic) and sure enough it turns out that the lady vocalist is American.

To my mind there are two outstanding songs; the opener and the finale, a cover of Ralph McTell's "Kew Gardens" (oops, better add Ralph to that list above). So, not hugely impressive in the song-writing area, more a "sound" oriented album. Do two songs make for a 4 star record? Well, since Amazon doesn't allow half stars (they really should) sure, why not. Otherwise I would probably go with 3 and a half.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing!!! 1 mars 2013
Par Rodrigo Otávio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I like the music, i recommended this CD. The band get a amazing sound in this work, it makes to return to 70`s.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 5 star SHM pressing ang 5 star performance. 21 novembre 2016
Par Charles A. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow! A great gem from a period in music cr. Creation that can never be forgotten. The SHM pressing of this cd is the one to invest in. This is quite clearly one of the great albums of all time. 5 stars.
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