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Man Overboard Audiolibro, CD

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MAN OVERBOARD est le nouvel album du grand rocker IAN HUNTER pour NEW WEST ! L'ancien leader de MOTT THE HOOPLE (avec leur tube légendaire « ALL THE YOUNG DUDES » enregistré avec DAVID BOWIE au début des années 70) poursuit sa carrière solo. Ce nouvel album résolument rock est un des meilleurs de la longue carrière du chanteurguitariste : il s'agit de son douzième album solo en 35 ans de carrière.


Lista de canciones:
Disco 1
1. The Great Escape
2. Arms and Legs
3. Up and Running
4. Man Overboard
5. Babylon Blues
6. Girl from the Office
7. Flowers
8. These Feelings
9. Win It All
10. Way With Words
11. River of Tears

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  • CD de audio (20 de julio de 2009)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Audiolibro, CD
  • Sello: New West
  • ASIN: B0028OF7P4
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  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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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Steel Fist/Velvet Glove - Hunter Delivers 23 de julio de 2009
Por John Vincent - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
In 2007 Ian Hunter challenged us with ourselves in the rocking and reflective Shrunken Heads. Today Ian is back, upping the ante with Man Overboard -- wrapping his snarling lyrics in the sheep's clothing of a master craftsman at his well-produced best. The contrast of Ian's wit and wisdom, delivered wrapped-up in the comfort of that 20-year-old leather chair from your Sunday room only serves to highlight his message with the impact of a Howitzer. How this guy remains underneath the radar of fame and mass recognition continues to mystify me, just reinforcing my dismay with what sells - and what is dismissed - in a commercial media world.

In the opening "The Great Escape", Hunter tells us the story of an escape from an eminent butt-kicking for some perceived disrespect Ian delivered to "the best left hook in the business". This sets the tone for the album (be alert now) as Hunter highlights society's hair-trigger over innocuous encounters that escalate into violence ("there ain't no rhyme/there ain't no reason,/just people going over the top"). Wrap this up in a smooth tune with the story told with just enough humor from the threatened musician's viewpoint and you start understand -- this guy isn't just another songwriter but a master craftsman with an edge AND a message. Dangerous stuff, this.

To be fair, the 12-song set that comprises Man Overboard misses on a couple tracks -- always a risk when an artist refuses to play it safe -- but the 10 other songs are a tour de force from a relentlessly demanding musician who delivers on all cylinders. The title track "Man Overboard" is a story that slowly reveals that the alcohol soaked derelict constantly "drunk and disorderly" wasn't born into this but sunk there as he was "squeezed `til I came apart at the seams" as he tries to drink away the "anger that's hidden deep inside". "Babylon Blues" takes an unsympathetic look at celebrity meltdowns (ala Lindsey Lohan/ Paris Hilton/ Britney Spears); "Girl From The Office" turns the tables on the young man who actually reaches his goal, only to find that the dating the girl who he helped make the "lust object" has an unsavory down-side. "Arms & Legs" is a energetic and melodic love song, and reminds us of that love we never possessed - or never even knew we were in love with them - but haunts us still the same.

The standout in this collection of standouts may be the song "Flowers" -- a perfectly written song about our long standing human custom of giving flowers, and how we all fail to learn from the events that lead to us giving them. Lovely song, lovely melody, lovely image (flowers) that takes on a new meaning as Hunter croons in a raspy voice "every man killed is an insult to any faith, sometimes flowers ain't enough". Iron fist, velvet glove and the shock of it hitting you right between the eyes as you ask yourself , "my God, what are we doing to ourselves". But that's his point, isn't it?

I'm under no illusion that Hunter will get the credit he deserves for a lifetime of artistry, and a powerful release like Man Overboard will probably be heard by far fewer people that justice would warrant. That said, so what. We know Man Overboard is here, and Ian knows we're here. The message, music and magic are all there for anyone willing to see music as something more than just a beat and hook.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Power Grows 21 de agosto de 2009
Por M. J. Nojonen - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I first thought this was the most consistently somber work Ian has ever done. Musically, lyrically, it was anger, frustration, pain, suffering, fear, doubt, disappointment, heartbreak, really strong stuff and kind of a bummer. I have changed my mind. It's still about all those things but I have come to understand that the real theme is strength and survival. And it isn't a bummer, it's a triumph. Ian isn't a 14-year old pop tart from the Disney assembly line or an adenoidal heartthrob who doesn't need to shave but wants to tell us all about the trials of love and life. For those reasons, this album won't make a commercial ripple. But if you thrive on the real, Ian is the man. "Rant", "Shrunken Heads" and "Man Overboard" are masterpieces and represent some of the best rock/pop music that 99% of the world will never hear. He still tours too and his live act kills. Go Ian.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good, but ... it was always going to be hard to top Rant or Shrunken Heads 11 de agosto de 2009
Por Mongoljim - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I'm a long time fan of the man and I was looking forward to this album. After a couple of plays, however, I have mixed feelings about it. Hunter was never going to top Rant or Shrunken Heads, both of which are five stars albums. Now, having said that, this is the kind of album that artists half Hunter's age would be pressed to record. It is a good set of songs and there are some powerful tracks here. Stand out tracks for me, at the moment, are 'Arms and Legs', Babylon Blues', 'Flowers', 'Way with Words' and 'River of Tears', and I suspect that with repeated playing it will grow on me. If you're a fan you'll enjoy it, and if you're not maybe you might want to do yourself a favor and check Hunter out. He's one of the most honest song writers in the business.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Rockin' As Hard As Ever, with Style 14 de enero de 2010
Por CMG - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
At around 70 years old, Ian still rocks as hard as anyone out there! His song themes and lyrics reflect a deeper insight into the soul that only comes with age. Couple this with his trademark hard driving high energy, and you have the perfect musical experience. I saw him in concert during the Shrunken Heads tour, and it was the best concert I've seen in years - and I go to many shows. Purchase this CD with full confidence!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another Winning Album from Ian. 25 de julio de 2009
Por Old T.B. - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Ian Hunter is 70 years old now. His voice shows some wear, but his passion remains, and his songwriting is stronger now than in the early years of his solo career. Man Overboard continues a winning streak that began with The Artful Dodger. I am a great fan of this new cd, and I believe it is destined to be one of the truly great rock albums of 2009. Ian Hunter, thanks for keeping the faith.