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  • Album vinyle (29 novembre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Rapster Records
  • ASIN : B00030NTQY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Par Un client le 15 novembre 2005
Format: CD
Si vous aimez la neo-soul qui permet un subtile mélange de voix soul et un rythme Hip-Hop et de plus vous aimez également les belles voix, vous serez sans doute sous le charme de Goapele. Premier album remarquablement bon. Goapele, a une voix inclassable. Sur certains morceaux, elle a un phrasée très doux, et profond comme un murmure qui vous prend à coup sur. Ce n'est pas Jill Scott, ni Jaguar Wright, c'est moins puissant, monte moins, mais parfois elle est juste phénoménale, mais malheureusement à certains moment elle redescend en tonalité. Je dirais que ça voix se prête plus a des mélodies langoureuses, plaintives comme celles larmoyantes de la très vieille soul. Coté musique, c'est du solide. Sur certaines morceaux, la musique, est légèrement influencée par des rythmes Tri-Hop a la Dido. Très bonne production, et le top de l'album, "Close" ! Il faut être raisonnable sinon on l'écouterait inlassablement. C'est juste magique. En dehors de ça, Catch 22, cri du coeur, désespoir amoureux! "Romantic", c'est beau et pure et légèrement twistant! Très très bon début. Si vous ne l'avez pas entendu en 2002, sûrement parce que noyé par les grosses productions fomentées. A Must Have!!!!
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Par Manu1970 le 22 février 2007
Format: CD
Un excellent album! Hélàs noyé par les grosses productions souvent médiocres, et le matraquage du son pop. Il est à regretter qu'en France, la soul soit ignorée. Surtout des artistes comme Goapele, qui réussit là un 1er album remarquable! Et tant mieux si elle ne force pas sa voix, y en a marre des "gueulardes". Ce n'est pas parce qu'on crie fort qu'on sait chanter! Ici au moins, il y a une vraie émotion et de la sensualité.

Des couleurs hip-hop, urban R&B, que du bon sur cet album! J'aime aussi beaucoup le remix de "Catch22" (pas sur l'album) et le dernier single "First Love".
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HASH(0x98767720) étoiles sur 5 Hard to Pronounce, Easy on the Ears 21 avril 2005
Par Willie Hobbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"She sho'll smiling hard. Where is this here place?" my Granny asked, looking at Goapele's CD cover. Then she tried to pronounce the name: "Goh- Peel? Where the hell's that?" I had to laugh; when I first saw the flyer, I too imagined it to be some mystical tourist mecca somewhere near Jamaica where women that look like the one on the cover sit on pristine shores eating mangoes in slow motion and getting you in trouble with your other half because you can't help but to look, then I figured it to be a mix CD of dancehall music.

I pronounced the name: "Gwah-pelay, Granny. It's Gwah-pelay. She's an artist I'm reviewing." "Hmmh," Granny snorted, "sound like a damn Jamaican fruit. You and your damn nappy dreadlock friends..." Goapele came to me from a friend who knows my love for music and how I can be as much of hard-ass as my Granny when critiquing things.

So here goes my first underground review: Goapele is a west coast artist (likely to be pegged neo-soul) looking to make a name for herself. As underground as she may be, somebody damn sure believes in her; "Closer", the first song, is to be featured on the soundtrack of the new movie "Honey."

Goapele's voice has a bird-like warmth that reminds you of Amel Larrieux. "Closer" is seductive and obvious as to why someone would have it in a movie. It's only weakness in fact is a keyboard that sounds cheap and Radio Shack-ish, making the cut only a step above demo.

It isn't until "Got it" that the album begins to shake of its sluggish, demo status. Here, the fruit of the Cali neo soul scene samples some serious, crip-walkable west coast funk. Although the arrangement is slight on some bass, Goapele's lead and background vocals and command of the track is fairly on target for such a sonic piece. "Romantic" is the dead on piece that will put this singer over the top. It's a laid back, uninhibited neo-soul number that can be the standard for the classiest exotic dancers from the Casa Rosso in Amsterdam to Rio de Janeiro's Barbarella. The production, delivery, and edginess brought out in Goapele's virtuous voice is compelling.

"Too much of the same" solidifies the reflective constant in the album. It adds more depth to the typical broken relationship/men ain't **** lyrical content in most songs these days. The soft, mellow keys set a pensive tone for a tale of two hard-headed people playing a game of chicken in the road of love. Relaxed enough to be poetry café - friendly. Goapele's style keeps a sunny face, but is anchored in such a wise and concentrated center that it may find a home with mature crowds that go for Cassandra Wilson type jazz moreso than youthful Alicia Keyes-typed styling. It makes the marriage the beauty makes with the volatile nature of hip hop tenuous. (Goapele is supposed to be working with E40 on a track for his upcoming album. Cross your fingers.) "The Days" is an example. The muddy demo style works best for her with neo-soul. Here, the hip beat's smothered almost to vintage Wu-Tang level. The ruggedness of that and the empathetic tale of hustling for a better life by slingin' rocks clashes and seems best as the jewel to a soundtrack to a straight to video movie. "Things Don't Exist" has the complexity in chords of a Stevie Wonder in his "The Secret Life of Plants" phase. This is the one India.Arie missed (and needed) in her last album. Goapele's voice sparkles and is not weighted down by reverb, but upheld by it. Flashes of impressive poetic focus are clear: "In my fear I feel/We're seas apart in old Worlds/ We begin in vibrant colors/ but one off thing is said and I dread it."

Even Closer gives the impression of being a sophomore album in that Goapele is already pushing beyond "neo-soul" categories as if already impatient with the music industry's marketing machine. The ambition works both for and against her in the strangest ways. For instance, "Salvation" sounds like at least two thoughtful enough songs weaved on as the extensions of an elusive concept. Her voice does an admirable job of hiding the glue and the tracks. By "Back to You," that sweet, snake charmer of a voice seems iron-fisted in not letting the instrumentals of her music help her set the atmosphere. Here, a sax solo would work well to make the most of the innocence in her voice.

The next two prove to be more successful attempts of past experiments. "Butterflykisses" does a better job of the tempo and melodic changes than "Salvation." It has a Spyro-Gyro feel which forces you to recognize its impressive, fusion-jazz-like craftsmanship even if you're not mature enough to fully appreciate it. "It Takes More" is a better meeting of the talents concerning Goapele and hip hop. Though more R&B based musically, she serves delicious, self-reproaching lyrics about the breakdown of the black community in raising children. Thus, creating potentially violent thugs "you'd never give your real name to."

"Red, White and Blues" shows a turning of the corner for Goapele stylistically. Again that bird-like voice goes after an edginess that cannot be attained without the full support of her accompanying musicians. A guitar solo is the first assist Goapele allows in arguing with her the crisis of the state of American society and politics. As radiant and engaging as she is, you'd expect a more upbeat ending, perhaps a sweet outro would work. Ah, found that outro at the end, and as short as it is, it does make you impatient for whatever fruit Goapele has next to offer.

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HASH(0x98767870) étoiles sur 5 I Can't Stop Listening 10 février 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I used to be a music editor and I'm a musician myself, so I think I have a pretty discerning ear. I saw this lovely South African sistah featured in Vibe's Next section. I decided to check her out because she had a cool look and she came correct in the interview. But I was not prepared for what I heard coming out of my speakers! Baby girl is phenomenal. She weaves melodies and moods singularly. Her voice is as thick and smooth as Grandma's gravy! Calling her neo-soul just puts her in a box that's already too full of soulster wannabes. She's beyond that. Sister Goapele is the real thing. When I heard her voice,it sounded familiar and come to find out, I have her doing spoken word on an underground CD from 1999. You've got to cop this album. It's well worth the paper! I put it in my player and I haven't stopped listening! I can't. My faves: Closer, Catch 22, and Butterflykisses. Every song is worth it. Do your thing sis, do your thing...
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HASH(0x9876793c) étoiles sur 5 Simply Amazing.... 3 mai 2005
Par T. McCarter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I received this cd as a gift from a good friend of mine. I remember hearing Closer on the local radio station and was really feeling the message of the song. But for some reason never made an attempt to purchase the cd or find out more about the artist. It was not until my good friend brought 2 copies and gave me one that I began my love affair with Miss Goapele's music.

I enjoyed this cd from the begining to the end...songs like Closer, Too Much The Same, Catch 22 and It Takes More, give you the strenght to get over that relationship that went sour and Butterfly kisses restores the faith that you can love again....

Although Goapele may not recieve the media attention of other artist she is a star in her own right.

Excellent, I can't wait for her 2nd cd....
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HASH(0x987676d8) étoiles sur 5 REAL R&B 8 janvier 2006
Par Cece - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first time I heard Goapele was when my boyfriend was playing her song on the radio. There I was driving in my car with a full bright moon in front of my window and I heard "Closer." My jaw dropped. I never heard anything so pure in my life, I called up the radio station and I asked him "What song is that? Whos it by?" I was going estatic. Thats when he told me about the album and I knew I had to listen to the whole thing. Track after track of wonderful would-be hit songs. She takes poetry and spits it back at you with translucent love songs. Outstanding coming from an underground artist.
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Par Babygirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Goapele has one of those extremely addicting voices. She could sing Mary Had a Little Lamb, and one would be intrigued. While her chops aren't the best in the business, they're definetely the most mesmerizing. I can't quite put my finger on it, but there's something about her voice that makes you want to listen to it over and over again. If you don't believe me, go to [website]. You can listen to samples of the entire CD before you purchase it. Just listening to her on her website made me yearn for more Goapele. I'm sure this lady is amazing live. The songs are perfect for her voice and the lyrics are a bit thought provoking. The songs, however, are never preachy, they'll just cause you to think a bit. She gets 4 stars instead of 5 because the production is not too great and because I think the addition of the guest rappers (2 songs) is unnecessary. She really could have carried the songs on her own. "Even Closer" is a nice CD that'll give you a good vibe and have you singing Goapele's songs in the shower!
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