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Losing Sleep [Vinilo]

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas There'll always be a place in my heart 24 de diciembre de 2010
Por Boxodreams - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
How can you really even objectively review this album? Edwyn Collins survived two brain hemorrhages that almost killed him, left him unable to speak, walk, permanently locked his right hand into a hideous clench, silencing his wicked guitar playing, perhaps forever. It's a miracle, and not a minor one, this album even exists. But it is a testament to unerring endurance, perseverance, love and magic we have no name for. He is not the Edwyn Collins of yore, the arch, witty rogue, awkward, bitter, knowing, comical. Now he is as straightforward and direct in his language as they come: "Losing Sleep," "What is My Role?" "Humble," "Searching for the Truth," -- these titles and the songs they represent couldn't be any more literal. The lyrics are stripped almost entirely of metaphor and are the words of a man who has been to the precipice of death, returned and found artifice where he had once been. For those used to old Edwyn, this could be jarring -- the voice, a little unsteady at times, is the same weird and lovely brogue, but the things that made him such an inviting lyricist are gone. So how is the album? I think a little wooden, with steady-beat rockers that are far more muscular and sixties-nuggets primitive than anything Edywn has ever put out. And it's a sound that doesn't waver through the course of the album, until you get to the final four. "It Dawns on Me," more than any other track, harkens back to the early Orange Juice. "Over the Hill" is a terrific song, probably the best in the album, which then closes with two sweet and vulnerable ballads, one written with old Postcard mate Roddy Frame. Groundbreaking it is not, and the least funky record Edwyn has ever put out. Still, it grows more substantial in time, and I don't think it's just that I'm being more forgiving.I'm encouraged and excited and proud of Edwyn Collins and can't wait for his stateside tour. Somehow, he looks like he has cheated death and gotten back in the game. Lightning is striking again. p.s. - The Japanese edition -- a fortune -- has two very worthy bonus cuts. Why do they get them? I wanted them, too!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas suave & smooth, engaging indie pop 21 de junio de 2011
Por Charlie Quaker - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
On his 7th solo release since 1989 (and his 1st since recovering from brain surgery for a severe
cerebral hemorrhage), the former leader of Scotland's legendary Orange Juice delivers an
engaging dose of indie pop with a suave & personal sense of smooth soul, led by his distinctive
vocals and nuanced with a sugar sweet, world-weary survivalist optimism. Features
contributions from members of the Smiths, the Cribs, Franz Ferdinand, the Magic Numbers and
the Drums.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Two Stars 3 de enero de 2015
Por Kenny Dalglish - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas rate 25 de enero de 2013
Por Jorge Marabotto - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
An amazing discovery, a lovely record with very high points (and the others), but overall a great album. Listen to it and see.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wide eyed! 28 de septiembre de 2010
Por Nse Ette - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Singer/songwriter Edwyn Collins had a huge hit in 1994 with the affable "A girl like you". In 2005, the Scottish musician suffered a cerebral hemorrhage which left him with speech difficulties. Well one wouldn't know that listening to his latest CD "Losing sleep" His sonorous baritone booms as loud as ever.

The CD is filled with beat driven rockers similar to his afore mentioned hit, songs like "What is my role?" (featuring Ryan Jarman of The Cribs), "Do it again" (with Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand doing some "Do do do it agains"), "Humble", "Bored" (with a clean elemental sound and angular guitars), or the absolutely beautiful "I still believe in you".

Bringing up the rear are a pair of ballads, the acoustic Folky "All my days" and the harmonica-laced "Searching for the truth". Collins sounds as feisty as ever, and this collection is a pure joy!


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