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I And Love And You CD

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1. I and Love and You
2. January Wedding
3. Head Full of Doubt/road Full of Promise
4. And It Spread
5. The Perfect Space
6. Ten Thousand Words
7. Kick Drum Heart
8. Laundry Room
9. Ill With Want
10. Tin Man
11. Slight Figure of Speech
12. It Goes On and On
13. Incomplete and Insecure


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  • CD de audio (26 de abril de 2010)
  • Fecha de lanzamiento original: 30 de marzo de 2010
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: CD
  • Sello: Columbia
  • ASIN: B002C8YSHE
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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El pedido llego antes de la fecha de entrega. Genial, un discazo. Si te gustan The Avett Brother o si no te gustan... lo tienes que tener igual.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Album full of feeling 6 de noviembre de 2010
Por K. Sullivan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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It is understandable that long time fans of the Avett Brothers have had some difficulty with "I and Love and You." It certainly represents a departure from their trademark sound. But without trying to pigeonhole the band as to who they are or what they are supposed to sound like, this record is stunningly good on its own merits. It is truly one of the best and most diverse albums I have ever heard.

"Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise" had me immediately hooked on first listen. But to my shock, that is not even the best song on the album. The single "I and Love and You" is even better. There are several achingly beautiful ballads that feature piano and cello. But there are also playful and rockin' songs featuring guitar and full drum kit (as well as rowdy vocals). The banjo has been relegated to the background for this album. Although a wonderful instrument, if featured too heavily, the banjo loses its charm for me. Utilized as part of a broader arrangement, it was wildly successful (they also pull out the organ, fiddle, glockenspiel, and even the tuba among other instruments).

The brothers have a wonderful gift for crafting memorable and catchy melodies and complementing them with delicate harmonies. The lyrics are reflective and intimate, if not profound ("Miss that feelin' of feelin'," from "Tin Man" and "Will I ever know silence without mental violence," from "Incomplete and Insecure").

Not being a fan of neo-bluegrass or more country-leaning music in general, I likely would not have stumbled across the Avett Brothers had they not chosen this new direction. With apologies to fans of their older catalog, I selfishly hope they keep this type of music coming.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My Grandson's favorite band. 12 de marzo de 2017
Por Axeman - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The Avett Brothers are awesome. They have wide ranging styles, thoughtful lyrics (most of the time), and good harmonies.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A good listen 12 de junio de 2014
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The Avett Brothers are a good band and easy listening. I really like this CD but only gave it four stars because while the majority of the songs are easy slow calm going there were a couple of songs that were definitely harder and louder which I found out of place on this particular CD. I would still recommend it but just know ahead of time that not every song is quiet. Check it out online.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "Life is change - see the rocks how they sit" 18 de julio de 2010
Por Ivan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Usually, when an album gets a lot of five star reviews and a few one stars it's because the CD was loose in the jewel case, or they got a Jeff Beck CD instead of a Beck CD or some other really off the wall reason but that's not the case here - the negative ratings of this CD are generally from folks who really like the "traditional" Avett Brothers but dislike this new version so it's interesting to note that the title track is about the growing distance between the brothers and their fans.

With their earlier works, their was an intimacy that made the songs sound like old friends at once, song's that were reminiscent of sitting around a campfire at the beach, passing a bottle and whatever else someone happened to have.

These songs, produced by the legendary Rick Rubin, are much more polished and that takes some getting use to but change is not necessarily a bad thing. This by far is the bands most successful album (all the way to the top 20 in the rock charts) and now they can even play in front of four or five thousand people on occasion. I find all the beauty and emotion of their earlier works on this set and I hope once it gets broken in it will stand up their earlier works. The brothers have the potential to be around for a long, long time and this means they will continue to experiment and evolve and grow and I'm look forward to seeing their future offerings. Remember that life is change.

To Avett Brother fans that gave this low ratings, can you name me ten albums recorded in 2010 that you like more than this because I would like to check them out.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Clarity and variety 17 de agosto de 2010
Por Paul Haspel - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The Avett Brothers' "I and Love and You" is a thoughtful and rewarding album. Having heard some of their music before, but never before having listened to an entire Avett Brothers album, I found that I was impressed by the band's clear harmonies and soaring vocals. There is often a strong dependence on the piano as primary instrument, as in the at-once melancholy and uplifting title track. Thematically, the lyrics of the songs focus on the uncertainty involved in human beings' search for love -- a theme that is reinforced on the album's surprisingly heartfelt liner notes. "January Wedding," with banjo and acoustic guitar working together, has a strong country feel to it. Piano and bass complement one another well on "Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise," a song that seems to have more of a hook than some of the others. "And It Spread" is the song that I usually find myself humming after I have listened to the album. "Kick Drum Heart" has more of a rocking quality, with strong use of the piano. "Ten Thousand Words" features a pleasant acoustic-guitar solo supported by organ. I also liked the fiddle jam on "Laundry Room," and the way a tuba helps provide lots of "bottom" on "Tin Man." And was that a touch of rap on "Slight Figure of Speech"? The word I normally use to describe the Avett Brothers' music is "eclectic," and I think the term applies here. Overall, I found this album highly enjoyable.


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