- Disco de vinilo (12 de noviembre de 2015)
- Limited Edition edición
- Número de discos: 2
- Formato: Letras explícitas, Edición limitada
- Sello: Friday Music
- ASIN: B005XE33FM
- Disponible también en: CD de audio | Disco de vinilo
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
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Songbook [Vinilo] Letras explícitas, Edición limitada
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As founding member of the iconic Soundgarden, plus his pioneering side projects with Temple Of The Dog and Audioslave, Chris Cornell has been a major force and contributor in the rock music world for many years.Culminating his years of a highly revered career, Chris embarked on a very successful sold-out solo 2011 spring tour, appropriately titled Songbook. Friday Music is now pleased to announce the exclusive limited edition 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl edition of Chris Cornell's latest album SONGBOOK. Filled with 16 live tracks including Black Hole Sun, Wide Awake and Call Me A Dog. Stunning!
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As you may hear from the tracks, he does not have any problem with hitting right pitch. "Call Me A Dog", for example, goes up around high E or F, but he sounds just fine hitting that note. Now if you think about it, what kind of musicians nowadays can hit that note with power, timbre and soul like Chris's while playing a guitar at the same time? Not just this, but also, without losing voice after performing for more than two hours for three or four days in a row? I certainly can't think of anyone. Of course, vocal range and power are not the only factors that define a good singer, but they certainly indicate the singer's vocal ability. I am so glad to see that Chris gained his master vocal ability back, and I strongly hope he does more tour like Songbook in the future.
A tiny little complain I have about this album is that I wish they made it into two CDs because there are so many songs from the tour that could have been included, such as "Say Hello 2 Heaven", "Preaching the End of the World", "Billie Jean", "Getaway Car","Redemption Song", and especially "When I'm Down".
Anyway, just one unofficial acoustic album- Unplugged In Sweden - was not adequate for a great acoustic live performer like Chris; fans certainly want more. This Songbook album is a must have for all those who thirst for 'that vocal performance'.
Well, the other day, while flipping through the options on XM, I stumbled upon Cornell's live acoustic version of "Like a Stone". I was floored. It literally stopped me in my tracks and gave me chills. (It's been a LONG time since that has happened... maybe Jeff Buckley, back when "Grace" was released....?)
Needless to say, I immediately purchased the "Songbook" CD, and I have to tell you: EVERY single song on it is amazing. He covers Led Zeppelin's "Thank You" with such emotion; really intensely beautiful. And "Doesn't Remind Me"... a simple little melody... but, as with all his music, his haunting voice gives it such depth.
I always loved his voice when he was with Soundgarden and Audioslave... but on this CD, his profound talent goes to a WHOLE new level. His voice is powerful, gentle and soulful, all at the same time. I just can't get ENOUGH of his music, and find myself wishing "Songbook" was a double CD.
I'm hoping a live concert DVD will be released next.
AND I'm ALSO hoping he'll come back to play Atlanta again soon.
I'll be there.
Actually, labelling Soundgarden may dissuade some of you from exploring Soundgarden's consistently great catalog of music. They are a smart,versatile band capable of playing anything.I personally like their heaviest stuff.
On this c.d.,you may notice Mr. Cornell's subversive skill at creating a pretty, hummable melody to convey some very dark subject matter. I have never heard anyone do that better.So,excellent recording of one of the greatest talents of any generation. Buy it. And check out Soundgarden if you haven't already (although I'm pretty sure most of you have).