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Want Two (inclus 1 DVD) CD+DVD

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Page Artiste Rufus Wainwright


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  • CD (14 mars 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD+DVD
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B0007Q6PYM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. Agnus dei
  2. The one you love
  3. Peach trees
  4. Little sister
  5. The art teacher
  6. Hometown waltz
  7. This love affair
  8. Gay messiah
  9. Memphis skyline
  10. Waiting for a dream
  11. Crumb by crumb
  12. Old whore's diet
  13. Coeur de parisienne - reprise d'arletty

Disque : 2

  1. DVD intro (rufus wainwright/live at the fillmore)
  2. L'absence
  3. 14th street
  4. Harvester of hearts
  5. Natasha
  6. The art teacher
  7. Hallelujah
  8. Matinee idol
  9. Vibrate
  10. Gay messiah
  11. Want
  12. Greek song
  13. Foolish
  14. I don't know what it is
  15. Dinner at eight
  16. Beautiful child
  17. Oh what a world
  18. Liberty cabbage
  19. California
  20. As in happy
  21. DVD credits (rufus wainwright/live at the fillmore)

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Par Salabreuil TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 5 juillet 2005
Format: CD
Rufus Wainwright a une grande culture musicale qui vient nourrir un talent indéniable. On connait sa passion pour les vieilles chansons françaises (La complainte de la butte, dans Moulin Rouge c'était lui) et pour la musique classique. Des influences qui se ressentent énormément dans son écriture et qui s'affirment de plus en plus au fil des albums. Le meilleur à ce jour reste, selon moi, "Poses" où l'équilibre de ces influences était parfait. Mais dans Want two, deuxième volet du projet Want, cette hybridation laisse sceptique.
Certes Rufus a un vrai talent de compositeur et est capable de très belles mélodies. Ses chansons en elles-mêmes sont souvent très belles. Mais ils les noient fréquemment dans des arrangements surproduits, et la grandiloquence n'est jamais loin, comme c'est souvent le cas à chaque fois que des artistes pop essaient de marier leurs influences classiques avec la chanson. Cette grandiloquence se retrouve dans son interprétation, qui est à mon avis son plus gros défaut. Au fil des albums Wainwright chante de plus en plus comme un ténor : timbre forcé, note tenue (on aimerait qu'il respire par moment) et vibrato engendrent une monotonie et une fatigue auditive, provoquant le désir que ces chansons interprétées par d'autres.
L'album, malgré de vraies réussites, se noie souvent dans des chansons pompeuses à souhait (Agnus Deis, This Love Affair, Little Sister et ses cordes si mal enregistrées que j'ai cru qu'elles étaient samplées).
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Difficile d'exprimer le plaisir que procure une telle œuvre. Oubliez vos références, installez-vous confortablement, fermez les yeux et vous verrez !
Cet album est tout simplement profondément humain. Il témoigne d'une extrême sensibilité mise en valeur par des arrangements subtils et une orchestration toujours justifiée par ses effets amples et puissants.
Une musique harmonieuse et transcendante qu'épouse merveilleusement l'incroyable voix de Monsieur Rufus Wainwright.
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HASH(0x8d105648) étoiles sur 5 Only Rufus could make a WANT so appealing... 21 novembre 2004
Par Rodney Bogardus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'd like to begin this review by saying that Rufus's latest album, WANT TWO, could easily be the best LP of 2004!

Taken from the "Want" recording sessions that gave us last year's WANT ONE, this meditative follow-up to an artist's perspective on the undying passions, desires, and romantic longings that each and every one of us harbours, is almost a mirror-image of the first WANT album and of the artist himself, as he taps into the more effeminite aspects of his inner-psyche to explore the same themes found on WANT ONE, but this time from the perspective of a woman-- from the album's cover artwork to selected song titles ("Little Sister" & "Old Whore's Diet") to the inviting lyrics. Both of the WANT albums were originally intended to be releases together in a double-disc package, but I agree with a previous reviewer that they are much more effective as independent albums. While they tackle similar universal themes, their persepctives and overall vibes are so different that they both deserve their own spotlight. I also find it ironic that WANT TWO is partially comprised of tracks that didn't "fit" into the WANT ONE story, but I find the latter to be more cohesive and focused. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say that WANT TWO is his strongest, most cohesive album in his ever-growing repertoire of music. When I indulge in a Rufus album for the first time, there are always tracks that I initially feel indifferent about that eventually grow on me, but the first time I listened to WANT TWO I was amazed at how each and every song appealed to a wide range of my emotions and how the entire album had my undivided attention from start to finish.

Some of Rufus's best songs are contained within this devine work: "The One you Love," while very commercial and radio-friendly, has frank lyrics ("Let's f*ck this awful art party, want you to make love to me and only to me in the dark.") and an incredible melody that is sure to have people singing along in their heads for years to come; "Little Sister" sounds more Beethoven than Beatles, the lyrics are incredibly witty and manage to mesh quite well with the classical music backdrop; "This Love Affair" spotlights the album's darker side and this track, while agonizingly painful, is beautiful in its misery as the antagonist moves on with his/her life after an affair; the somber mood continues with the Jeff Buckley ode "Memphis Skyline," being a Buckley fan myself I really appreciated this one and was in tears the first time I listened to it the way Rufus alludes to Ophelia and Eurydice, the last minute or so is hauntingly beautiful; "Waiting for a Dream" is the real gem for me-- it's got a great melody, and the lyrics are personal to the artist and at the same time very representative of the state of things today in America, this is one of those bright spots in such a dark time that gives us hope that things will get better (hopefully in 2008!!!); "Crumb by Crumb" certainly taps into the fairytale sort of theme running throughout the WANT albums with allusions to Hansel & Gretel's trail of bread crumbs, the song also brings the two characters from the WANT albums, the knight and the lady-in-waiting, together on their trip through the "big, black forrest" and their trip through life...

WANT TWO is not a casual album, it's a natural progression in an extremely talented artist's life that serves as a ravishing reminder of Rufus's musical greatness, and on a more subliminal level, the album serves to remind us that there's always light in the dark and happiness in the pain...
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HASH(0x8d10569c) étoiles sur 5 Love in the Dark 19 novembre 2004
Par Lee Armstrong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is an impressive package from Rufus Wainwright. Rufus amazes us because he is so good at so many of the skills that are required from a musical artist. He's an excellent and expressive singer. He's an extraordinary & prolific writer, creating original and unique pieces consistently, excelling at both unique lyrics and melodies. He's a master arranger, employing numerous musical touches that expand the emotional impact of his already-excellent compositions. He's a gracious and giving bandleader. With the CD/DVD combination, he's apparently also an excellent musical businessman.

"Want Two" strikes me as much more of a personal project for Rufus. These songs seem close to his emotional life, somewhat less accessible. When he sings on the DVD live from Fillmore East in San Francisco, Rufus wraps himself inside his piano and seems to float away, exploring the inner contexts of the melodies. Ironically, as he seems so wrapped up within the songs, he communicates so personally and delicately that we become entranced, much as Laura Nyro would do in her live performances. Joan Wasser from Dambuilders joins the band on DVD and does an excellent performance on vocals and violin.

Of these tunes, "Old Whore's Diet" is the most accessible for me, an 8-minute extended track with an insistent beat that builds and makes the song fly by in the wink of an eye. "The One You Love" has a great driving beat, Rufus' impassioned vocals, "I'm singing, 'Oh Jerusalem, Jerusalem, See what he's picked up in the park,' Let's f**k this awful art party, want you to make love to me & only me in the dark." "Little Sister" sounds like an orchestral chamber piece that crosscuts with the wild modernism of the lyric, "You may have to use your hips as fodder, still putting your best foot forward." "The Art Teacher" reads well on both the disc and DVD, full of twists with Rufus singing the song from a woman's perspective. "This Love Affair" is a dreamy track that builds with an amazing string arrangement. Wainwright continues to amaze on this set. His live performance likewise brings you into the auditorium. Enjoy!
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HASH(0x8d105ad4) étoiles sur 5 I didn't think he could top "Want One" 10 janvier 2005
Par Valkyrie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
But he did. I have no idea what box to put Rufus Wainwright's music in. When I listen to this CD I hear folk music from Canada, old sexy swing nightclub music, Schumann, Mozart, The Beatles, Elton John . . . it's all here with that incredible voice and piano playing. I think "Waiting for a Dream" is my favorite, I'm not sure . . . Every day I seem to have a new song from this CD that stays with me.
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HASH(0x8d105ea0) étoiles sur 5 Best Album of The Year! 17 janvier 2005
Par McLean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a funny story...well, not really but I'll tell you anyway: I bought Rufus Wainwright's first album a few years ago-based purely on the fact he was Louden Wainwright's son-and as it turns out he's gay-HAS to be cool! Anyway, upon my first "unprepared" listening I was shocked! "Oh my God", I thought, "This is shlock!...How could I have? Possibly thrown my money away on this?"...Then I listened again. Somehow I had to force myself. I could not believe what I was hearing. Pure! Original! Like nothing I had ever heard before...Now I can't wait for anything he puts out. WANT ONE was a classic-but WANT TWO is truly a MASTERPIECE! I know it will probably never make "Top of the Pops" (as Ray Davies mights say) but this album is unbelievable! Poetry, innocence, sensuality, A true wordsmith-What vivid word pictures! Wonderfully instrumental! Great musician! Great Album! Uno! dos! Tres! Cinco!!!
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HASH(0x8d105f84) étoiles sur 5 Want No More 17 novembre 2004
Par Trenton Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have been a fan of Rufus since his '98 debut. He just continues to top himself with each release (no pun intended there!). It takes merely one word to describe the follow up to 2003's Want One: breathtaking.

'The One You Love' is probably one of Wainwright's few radio friendly songs, appealing to those who probably generally would respond with 'Rufus who?' at the mention of his name.

'Little Sister' is lyrically probably one of the best tracks on the album, and the sound is so operatically campy & fun.

But the album's true shine can be heard in the trio of songs 8, 9, & 10. You'd expect with a title like 'Gay Messiah' that'd it be something borderline offensive to most, but the result is quite the opposite; beautiful & melancholy.

'Memphis Skyline,' an ode to Jeff Buckley, is quite possibly the most beautiful song on this record. The last 60 seconds is simply gorgeous. The next track, 'Waiting For A Dream,' is probably one of the best songs he's ever recorded.

This is such a welcome companion piece to Want 1 ... Equally as beautiful, but in a very different way. The arrangements on this album are so intricate; extremely well engineered, and of course, brilliantly written.
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