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  • CD (3 septembre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Epic/Legacy
  • ASIN : B00006IK2S
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Mini-disque  |  Téléchargement MP3
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LIVING COLOUR

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Vivid est un classique du rock fusion. D'entrée Living Colour se pose en concurrent sérieux pour Red Hot Chili Peppers en se posant en chaînon manquant entre James Brown et Led Zeppelin.

Parrainé par Mick Jagger et Public Enemy, Living Colour ne peut rêver meilleur début avec cet album décoiffant. D'autant que les fans de rock, surtout de rock dur, n'ont pas l'habitude de révérer facilement des musiciens "black", hormis Jimi Hendrix.

Vivid est bien le brûlot annoncé, même si le son a vite vieilli, il combine la guitare tout-terrain de Vernon Reid et les capacités de hurleur de Corey Glover. « Cult of Personality » séduit les radios et devient même un tube.

Living Colour ne séduit pas que sur un simple front musical, le propos de Vernon Reid est aussi revendicatif comme le montrent « What's Your Favorite Colour » et  « Which Way to America ». Décidemment un bien bel album.

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1988, le premier album de fusion à mélanger autant de styles sur un même album : rock, funk, pop, blues....
un groupe composé que de noir :
Corey Glover, beau gosse baraqué à la coupe de cheveux punk à la voix rageuse et douce à la fois,
Vernon Reid, virtuose de la guitare, ex Defunkt, un des plus inventifs des années fin 80 début 90, inventeur du shred...et des fringues ringuardes ( de nos jours ) toutes colorées,
Muzz Skillings, bassiste funky aux rythmiques puissantes et groovy,
Will Calhoun, batteur technique et carré.
Et surtout des compos puissantes, matures et engagées.
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Guitare incroyable, son du passé (révolu ?) et toujours aussi puissant ! En preuve l'hymne de toute une génération "Cult Of Personality". L'un des 100 albums à avoir dans sa discothèque !
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Par Un client le 15 novembre 2001
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Quelle energie!!!! Rien ne peut egaler le rythme et les sonorites funk-rock de Living Colour ; Pour ceux qui aiment aussi le style des Red Hot Chili Peppers et l'hard rock de qualite...
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Premier album de Living Color, parut en 1988, il a ouvert la voie vers ce mélange de hard / funk / rap qui fera la joie de nombre de groupes du début des années 90. Voie chaude et claire, Vernon Reid à la guitare hyper-psychedelique et des morceaux d'anthologie, comme "Desperate People" ou "Memory can't wait".
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8fc3bd98) étoiles sur 5 97 commentaires
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HASH(0x8fc57930) étoiles sur 5 great remaster of a memorable debut by an excellent band 5 octobre 2003
Par S B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The liner notes on this remaster make references to later-era "rap/metal hybrids" like Rage Against the Machine and Linkin Park. Stylistically, this debut record from one of the most successful all-Black rock bands owes more to the funk and punk and Bad Brains and Red Hot Chili Peppers than to Run DMC or Public Enemy. Here's a song-by-song review:
1. Cult of Personality. Unless you were living under a rock in 1989, you know this signature tune and hard rock classic - the powerful vocals of Corey Glover, the metal/jazz guitar explosion, the Zepplenesque drumming.
2. I Want to Know. If there is a single weak track on this record, it is this very simple pop-rock tune.
3. Middle Man. Although often forgotten, this funky rocker was actually the first single and breakthrough to rock radio.
4. Desparate People. A dose of punk, an lyrical omage to Led Zeppelin, and a whole lotta hard rock make this one a live staple.
5. Open Letter (to a Landlord). This was one of their breakthrough hits, a social commentary backed up by simple balladry versus punk sensibilities.
6. Funny Vibe. On comes the tongue-in-cheek funk with "social commentary" by Chuck D and Flava Flav.
7. Memories Can't Wait. The fact that they would cover Talking Heads on their debut is not so suprising given their CBGBs background, but the blistering guitar work is shockingly good.
8. Broken Hearts. With a little help from their friends (Mick Jaggar on harmonica), the band combines the blues with some hip-hop beats.
9. Glamour Boys. As perhaps the most infectious hit from the summer of 1989, on this one, they combine elements of reggae, funk, and metal and a little help from Mick Jaggar (who contributed background vocals and production).
10. What's Your Favorite Colour? Clocking in at under 2 minutes, this is simply the funky theme song for the band and is just fun filler.
11. Which Way to America? A heavy-handed bass line drives the indicting lyrics into your conciousness as a perfect end to the original record.
Although I am not usually a big fan of remixes, the remix of "Funny Vibe" one, accompanied by additional production of Prince Paul and a horn section, is arguably better than the original. Furthermore, having seen them do this metal/punk laden Clash cover tune, "Should I Stay or Should I Go", on their first tour, I was glad to see it on the first single from their second record and it is a welcome addition here. The other bonus tracks (remix of "What's Your Favorite Color" and live versions of "Middle Man" and "Cult of Personality") are disposable.
Overall, this is a great package, and comparing it to the original CD release, benefits from remastering. I just hope Epic sees fit to do the same justice to their second record, 'Time's Up' (1990), which yielded classics "Love Rears Its Ugly Head" and "Solace of You".
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HASH(0x8fc57984) étoiles sur 5 Great from start to finish 18 septembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While I respect the view of the listener below, I must disagree with him/her on several points. First off, this is an amazing album from first song to last, with literally no filler. There are plenty of songs on here that rival anything that has come before or since -- they will stand the test of time as testaments to the potential of what passionate, talented rockers can produce.
The reader below asks "In how many ways do we need to hear how unfair society can be?" What an awfully naive question. Apparently, the answer for Living Colour is "not enough"! Sure, their agenda is clearly social justice and racial equality, but what do you expect coming from an African-American band playing "white" hard rock? In my opinion, Living Colour's message is one that needs to be repeated over and over.
As far as Vernon Reid "going overboard," I don't blame him for wanting to show off his considerable chops on this debut. But don't fail to point out how different he is from mere mindless Van Halen clones. Reid's style is all his own, a strange, broiling brew of influences including funk, jazz, rock, country, and more. He is a sharper, smarter player than just about any of those shredders from the 80's.
I'm not sure why their funky songs sound "contrived" to the reader below, but to me they sound awesome. What is contrived about them? They funk like crazy, and prove that Living Colour are probably the best rock funkers ever (aside from the Red Hot Chili Peppers). If you want contrived, listen to the garbage that's on the radio these days. THAT'S contrived.
All in all, a landmark album from a much-missed group.
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HASH(0x8fc57b58) étoiles sur 5 Another classic from the summer of 1988 24 février 2004
Par E. D. Daniels - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I heard of Living Colour it was the fall of 1987 when i read an article of the Black Rock Coalition and was looking foward to the release of their first album, in May of 1988 I bought Vivid expect your typical heavy metal album but with a black twist. Nothing ever prepared me for the sonic assault on my musical senses. From corey glover's soulful singing to a rythum section that actually sounded like a one in heavy rock music from Muzz Skillings and Will Calhoun and the Jazzy yet heavy as heck soloing from the best guitar player of the past 20 years Vernon Reid.I told all my friends from metalheads to soulsters to get this album, from the Zep-like riffs to the ornette coleman like soloing from Reid on "Cult of Personality" to the Bad Brains/AC/DC like thrash of "Desprate People" to the country blues hip-hop of "Broken Hearts" and the socca-rock riffage of "Glamour Boys " the lyrics make you think without being preachy and this is the band I thought (and still think)this band as the true heirs to the Led Zeppelin heavy metal mantle diverse music like they played and musicianship that is top-notch. get this album now.
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HASH(0x8fc591a4) étoiles sur 5 A superb debut receiving a generous reissue. 23 septembre 2005
Par Michael Stack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Living Colour is a band whose appearance gets more attention than their music-- being the "all black" heavy metal group seems to be more critical to the press and publicity folks than anything else. Indeed, the cover of this reissue bears a sticker that reads "the groundbreaking rap/rock fusion album", which leads me to believe entirely that the person who put that sticker on there had never actually heard Living Colour before.

Living Colour grew out of the Black Rock Coalition-- an organization started by (among others) guitarist Vernon Reid for black musicians interested in playing rock music. Reid, British born but a longtime New York resident, was well known on the downtown New York jazz scenes courtesy of his tenure in Ronald Shannon Jackson's Decoding Society. An guitarist of unnerving technique and speed, he assembled a number of bands under the name Living Colour before settling on this quartet-- bassist Muzz Skillings, drummer Will Calhoun (both graduates of the Berklee School of Muisc) and vocalist Corey Glover (who Reid met at a birthday party and was suitably impressed with a rendition of "Happy Birthday"). In Skillings and particularly Calhoun, Reid had a rhythm section with the ability to express themselves in dozens of forms, and in Glover he had a vocalist who could produce depths of soul or rage upon demand. Somehow Mick Jagger became hip to them, and the result was a deal with Sony and their debut album, "Vivid".

Essentially an album of extraordinarily well executed hard rock music-- with more in common with Led Zeppelin than contemporary "metal" acts, "Vivid" is a fantastic debut. What makes the album is the level of subtlety in the music-- take hit song "Cult of Personality"-- essentially riff-based rock, it's so well executed that you barely notice the rhythm guitar drops out during Reid's solo as Skillings managed to fill the space. But while the opener is a slab of hard rock, the band moves through soulful metal (the unbelievable "Open Letter to a Landlord"), great rock ("Middle Man"), fantastic love songs ("I Want to Know"), funk ("Funny Vibe") and the Talking Heads ("Memories Can't Wait"). Along the way, the band tackles topics as politics ("Cult of Personality"), housing ("Open Letter..."), racism ("Funny Vibe") and the failure of the American dream ("Which Way to America?"). The album's not altogether flawless-- "Middle Man" lacks the energy it'd carry live, "What's Your Favorite Color?" was a spectacularly bad idea, and I'm one of the folks who just can't deal with glitzy pop song "Glamour Boys", but there's so much good on here, it's easy to forget.

This reissue is augmented by a series of bonus tracks-- a couple live performances, a performance of "Funny Vibe" featuring a full rap vocal, and a stunning cover of the Clash classic "Should I Stay Or Should I Go". In addition, it benefits vastly from remastering with extraordinarily enhanced sound.

Living Colour did better albums, but this one is no slouch, and probably the best place to begin examining their career. Recommended.
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HASH(0x8fc591c8) étoiles sur 5 Colour Your World 27 décembre 2000
Par P Magnum - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Living Colour exploded onto the music in 1989 with Vivid their powerful debut record. The band explored subjects such as racism, living conditions in the inner cities and the style but no substance lifestyle. Vernon Reid is one of the best guitarists around and he plays in manic, buzzsaw style. Muzz Skillings and Will Calhoun provide a solid rhythm section with Mr. Skillings playing an extremely heavy bass. Corey Glover plays the rock frontman to a tee. "Cult Of Personality" is a monumental rock song with Mr. Reid's guitar work standing out. The song is intercut with snippets of dialogue from political leaders like JFK & FDR. "Middle Man", "Desperate People" & "Broken Hearts' are all great songs while "Memories Can Wait" is an interesting cover of an old Talking Heads song. "Open Letter (To A Landlord)" may be the best song on the album with Mr. Glover really letting loose on it. Mick Jagger shows up as producer on two tracks, "Glamour Boys" & "Which Way To America" and the songs have a funkier vibe. The album was a top ten hit and the band toured with the Stones on their Steel Wheels tour. The band made a couple more solid records after Vivid, but none of them could match its excellent. Unfortunately, the band has faded into obscurity and finally disbanded.
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