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When The Bough Breaks (1997) Import

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Page Artiste Bill Ward

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (9 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000001JXC
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Hate
  2. Children Killing Children
  3. Growth
  4. When I Was a Child
  5. Please Help Mommy (She's A Junkie)
  6. Shine
  7. Step Lightly
  8. Love And Innocence
  9. Animals
  10. Nighthawks Stars & Pines
  11. Try Life
  12. When The Bough Breaks

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Par dje le 12 janvier 2012
Format: CD Achat vérifié
magnifique album d une finesse et de toute beaute bill nous livre la a mon avis un chef d oeuvre
on comprend la place de compositeur que bill a au seing de sabbath je recommande cet album a tous!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bill Ward's follow up to Ward One? 25 avril 2012
Par JonIsOnAmazon - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I didn't even know this was out so when I saw it I bought it. I loved Ward One Along The Way and I can say the same for this one. A lot of the reviews here seem to hit pretty close to the mark.

Where the first effort had an interesting Sabbath-esque nature that ran between some very cool tracks that had an almost Pink Floyd style vibe at times featuring several guest players this one seems to settle into a nice heavy, blues influenced direction that at the same time retains the overall sound of the first album. The use of a stable lineup of musicians throughout may have a lot to do with that.

Saxophone, backup singers, blues harp all add a cool dimension to the heavy undertow of Bill's music on this one. I particularly like when he adds some very tribal drumming at times that almost reminds me of the things he went for back in the day on tracks like Supernaut.

I like what he does vocally. He revisits the David Gilmour style a little on Shine. Some cool rhythm to the repeated chorus numbers add another part to Bill Ward's solo sound. He brings a drummer's sense of arranging to how he conducts his band on these outings. While you don't feel like you have left the music of Sabbath too far behind there is definitely a fresh direction to the arranging.

Can't go wrong with a Bill Ward record. He's definitely cool.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An engaging solo effort from Bill Ward 3 mars 2002
Par Roger Williams - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Fans of Black Sabbath (of which I consider myself one of the biggest and most rabid I know) have already started arguing about which original Black Sabbath member (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward) has released the best solo album. In a note of unintentional irony, the debate has come to resemble the arguments about the solo albums made by The Beatles after their breakup.
Upon leaving Black Sabbath, Bill Ward spent years in an insane asylum and shuffled from one drug/alcohol rehabilitation clinic after another. This separation from the music industry and his old bandmates lent Bill some considerable distance from his heavy metal birthright, but he hasn't entirely sold his rock and roll credibility for the proverbial pottage, either.
Is it really inappropriate to dub Bill Ward the George Harrison of Black Sabbath? Bill *was* the quiet one, after all, and appeared to have an artistic vision that one could never have dreamed lied dormant at the peak of his fame. After listening to "When The Bough Breaks" over and over, I have no doubts about the comparison at all.
This is certainly the most eclectic solo album released by the original Sabbath members. It avoids entirely the punishing metal of Geezer Butler's "Geezer" (and "G/Z/R") project, the oddly expressionless radio friendly style of Tony Iommi's album, and all of the hyper-produced, MTV gloss of anything Ozzy Osbourne's ever done.
Great, so now you know what it doesn't sound like. So what DOES "When The Bough Breaks" sound like? The saxophone laden swing of "Hate" and the stomping "When I Was A Child" evokes what would have been if Black Sabbath had followed up on path of "Swinging The Chain" from their "Never Say Die!" album. Bill's stomping blues rock on "When The Bough Breaks" is surprisingly infectious, but his painfully earnest ballads are somewhat less so. However, the easily manage to rise above the embarassing metal "monster ballad" and are frankly less mawkish than I'd feared they would be.
Bill sings on every track, and makes up for in passion what he lacks in singing technique. As a lyricist, however, the results are mixed, and you will be ready to kick Bill by the fifteenth or so reference to how his inner child wants to grow, love, and share, etc. as well as the inevitable inspiration provided by his infamous drug woes. The studio musicians (none are really well known) are more than adequate for Bill's songs, but rarely shine outright on their own account. One of the few exceptions, however, would be the down home blues picking on "Please Help Momma (She's A Junkie)".
All things considered, though, this is the "All Things Must Pass" of Black Sabbath's solo albums, even if only by default. It's not just for completists, but an engaging rock'n'roll album with more than enough merit of its own.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A solid effort 30 avril 2011
Par mikev - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Being a huge Ozzy and Sabbath fan, I figured I'd pick up this album. It was well worth the money. This album is much better than Bill's first solo album. Too bad he won't release his next album (Beyond Aston)because it sounds amazing as well (check out his website). Pick up this album, you will be quite surprised. It's definately Bill's style, which you would know if you listened to the songs he sang with Sabbath. A mix of blues, jazz, hard rock.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 O.K. but not inspiring... 28 avril 2003
Par Steverino - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
After hearing the first Ward solo album, WOW... I have that album and it really KICKS.. Yeah, there are great support musicians on it, and yeah, it sounds a little like Sabbath, but it's a WHOLE LOT BETTER album by a longshot than WTBB. I've only listened to WTBB several times and haven't picked it up off the shelf again. I LIKE the metal in the first one better. That's the whole point. Bill IS a rocker, not a bluesman. I think it's GREAT that he's got all this other music/influence in his head, but he's better on metal/ballads. His style perfectly suits the first album, and his playing seemed to really shine on the first disc. I understand that CD is no longer in print. Good thing I got mine early. I just re-burned it tonight so I don't LOSE/WEAROUT/SCRATCH it by accident!! Personally, I think it's killer and I love Bill's style. What an entirely creative album. Even my 10 year old daughter likes it.... and she memorized some of the words when she was 4. LOVES the Jack Bruce track(s) and so do I. A REALLY great songwriter/musician/bassist you'd be hard-pressed to find. Stick with the first LP. See ya.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 CD COLLECTOR OF BLACK SABBATH 18 septembre 2013
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