Votre panier est vide

Catégories :

Artistes similaires

Les albums

A partir de :
HI-RES15,49 €
CD10,99 €

Rock - Paru le 28 août 2020 | Loma Vista Recordings

Hi-Res
A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 29 septembre 2009 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

Hi-Res
Fans held their breath when Rick Rubin took the Avett Brothers under his wing. What would the co-head of Columbia Records -- a man known for recording rap-rock albums and resurrecting Johnny Cash's late career -- do with a small-time folk trio? The answer is "relatively nothing," as the band's major-label debut continues charting the same musical course as Emotionalism and Mignonette. The Avett Brothers have expanded their reach since 2000, adding elements of pop and hillbilly country-rock to a bluegrass foundation, and they carry on that tradition with I and Love and You, whose songs introduce a new emphasis on piano and nuanced arrangements. Working with a major label's budget allows the group to add small flourishes -- a cello line here, a keyboard crescendo there -- but the resulting music is hardly grand, focusing on textures rather than volume. Scott and Seth Avett share vocals throughout the album, delivering their lyrics in a speak-sing cadence that, at its best, sounds both tuneful and conversational. Given the opportunities presented here -- the ability to add strings, organs, and harmonium to the mix -- the two devote more time to slower songs, which display those sonic details better. The result is an intimate, poignant album, laced with rich production that often takes as much spotlight as the songwriting itself. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 24 juin 2016 | RRE, LLC - Republic

Hi-Res
L’attente fût longue pour ce troisième opus des frères Avett ! Alors qu’il est annoncé pour 2014, le passage à vide que connait Seth (chanteur / guitariste) suite à son divorce condamne les fans à une attente prolongée. True Sadness est imprégné de cet évènement et la mélancolie est palpable dans la plupart des titres. Encore une fois à la baguette, le magicien Rick Rubin guide le groupe vers un folk pop à tendance bluegrass décidemment à la mode, un peu à la manière des Mumford & Sons ou des Lumineers. Formé en 2000, les Avett Brothers sont aujourd’hui proche de la quarantaine et prouvent qu’ils ont parcouru un immense chemin depuis les bars de la Caroline du Nord. © AR/Qobuz
A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 4 octobre 2019 | Republic Records

Hi-Res
Never let it be said that the Avett Brothers aren't afraid to tangle with the mess of the modern world. Closer Than Together positively teems with the troubles of 2019, finding Seth and Scott Avett tackling the big issues: #MeToo, gun violence, political polarization, the existential question of what it means to be an American. Heady stuff, and the Avett Brothers treat it with po-faced sincerity, singing with plaintive earnestness and not above adding an overdubbed recitation to a sweetly breezy pop tune. While the band sometimes flirts with modern sounds -- witness the overheated neo-new wave beats fueling "High Steppin'" -- they usually default to an affectless folk-rock that shows a considerable debt to Bob Dylan. Where Dylan chose to leave questions hanging in the air, the Avett Brothers are eager to explain every situation and offer possible solutions. Such eagerness can be ingratiating, but most often, it's corny: they're so convinced in their righteousness that they never stop to consider they could be headed in the wrong direction. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 11 septembre 2012 | RRE, LLC - Republic

Hi-Res Livret
Ecouter les Avett Brothers revient à traverser, en musique, l’Amérique d’antan… Folk, country, bluegrass, blues, toutes les valeurs de l’Americana sont réunies dans ce bel écrin aux mélodies pures, à l’instrumentation parfaitement épurée et aux chœurs prenants. Avec ses superbes guitares acoustiques, ses délicates ponctuations de piano et ses gouttes de violoncelle, le groupe de Caroline du Nord réussit sur ce second album à revisiter les musiques du passé sans jamais sonner passéiste. Un bel exploit.
A partir de :
HI-RES2,99 €
CD1,99 €

Rock - Paru le 6 novembre 2020 | Loma Vista Recordings

Hi-Res
A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 15 octobre 2013 | RRE, LLC - Republic

Hi-Res Livret
Recorded at the same sessions that produced 2012's The Carpenter, 2013's Magpie and the Dandelion doesn't play like leftovers, which is to the credit of both the Avett Brothers and their producer Rick Rubin. Magpie and the Dandelion consciously evokes past Americana, stretching back beyond the Band but anchored there, often incorporating a harder-rocking edge reminiscent of former Rubin patrons Black Crowes. The key to appreciating the Avett Brothers is to realize they see themselves as heirs to this tradition, happy to accentuate their rustic roots with banjos and weary harmonies because they suggest authenticity. Where their real strength lies is not in instrumental virtuosity or song (although many of the tunes here are sturdy enough) but rather in feel: they capture an indistinct past where guitars are an enduring virtue. Perhaps the Avetts are best when they run a little bit loose and ragged, letting the tempos push a little bit hard, allowing their harmonies to clash and happy to have their loose ends remain untied. Often, this means that the ballads are just a shade too tidy -- they're mannered in a way almost none of the rest of the record is -- but still Magpie and the Dandelion underscores how the appeal of the Avett Brothers remains in their indebtedness to the past without being bogged down by its legacy. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
A partir de :
HI-RES2,99 €
CD1,99 €

Rock - Paru le 8 janvier 2021 | Loma Vista Recordings

Hi-Res
A partir de :
CD9,99 €

Country - Paru le 15 mai 2007 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD9,99 €

Folk - Paru le 27 juillet 2004 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD8,49 €

Country - Paru le 6 février 2006 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
HI-RES21,49 €
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 18 décembre 2015 | RRE, LLC - Republic

Hi-Res
A partir de :
CD5,99 €

Country - Paru le 19 décembre 2006 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 11 septembre 2012 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

Recorded one month before the release of their major-label debut, this album captures a concert in the Avett Brothers’ hometown of Charlotte, NC. Four songs are previewed from I and Love and You, with the rest of the set coming from the band’s back catalog, reaching as far back as 2002’s Live at the Double Door Inn. As with most of the group’s albums, the music is purposely unpolished, with missed notes and off-key harmonies amounting to a sort of slapdash, warts-and-all rusticity. The Avett Brothers may not be great musicians -- in a genre populated by nimble-fingered string players and pitch-perfect harmony groups, their talent is easily overshadowed -- but they play with confidence and informality, as though they’ve transported a lively front-porch jam session to the stage of the Bojangles Coliseum. Of course, it helps to actually see the band perform, especially when the emphasis is on atmosphere as much as the technical craft of the music, but the audience seems to be eating it up, and returning fans will likely do the same. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
A partir de :
CD9,99 €

Rock - Paru le 16 décembre 2008 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD9,99 €

Country - Paru le 17 mai 2005 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD9,99 €

Rock - Paru le 22 juillet 2008 | Ramseur Records

A partir de :
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 29 septembre 2009 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

Fans held their breath when Rick Rubin took the Avett Brothers under his wing. What would the co-head of Columbia Records -- a man known for recording rap-rock albums and resurrecting Johnny Cash's late career -- do with a small-time folk trio? The answer is "relatively nothing," as the band's major-label debut continues charting the same musical course as Emotionalism and Mignonette. The Avett Brothers have expanded their reach since 2000, adding elements of pop and hillbilly country-rock to a bluegrass foundation, and they carry on that tradition with I and Love and You, whose songs introduce a new emphasis on piano and nuanced arrangements. Working with a major label's budget allows the group to add small flourishes -- a cello line here, a keyboard crescendo there -- but the resulting music is hardly grand, focusing on textures rather than volume. Scott and Seth Avett share vocals throughout the album, delivering their lyrics in a speak-sing cadence that, at its best, sounds both tuneful and conversational. Given the opportunities presented here -- the ability to add strings, organs, and harmonium to the mix -- the two devote more time to slower songs, which display those sonic details better. The result is an intimate, poignant album, laced with rich production that often takes as much spotlight as the songwriting itself. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
A partir de :
CD14,99 €

Rock - Paru le 11 septembre 2012 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

Recorded one month before the release of their major-label debut, this album captures a concert in the Avett Brothers’ hometown of Charlotte, NC. Four songs are previewed from I and Love and You, with the rest of the set coming from the band’s back catalog, reaching as far back as 2002’s Live at the Double Door Inn. As with most of the group’s albums, the music is purposely unpolished, with missed notes and off-key harmonies amounting to a sort of slapdash, warts-and-all rusticity. The Avett Brothers may not be great musicians -- in a genre populated by nimble-fingered string players and pitch-perfect harmony groups, their talent is easily overshadowed -- but they play with confidence and informality, as though they’ve transported a lively front-porch jam session to the stage of the Bojangles Coliseum. Of course, it helps to actually see the band perform, especially when the emphasis is on atmosphere as much as the technical craft of the music, but the audience seems to be eating it up, and returning fans will likely do the same. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
A partir de :
CD17,99 €

Rock - Paru le 15 octobre 2013 | RRE, LLC - Republic

Livret
Recorded at the same sessions that produced 2012's The Carpenter, 2013's Magpie and the Dandelion doesn't play like leftovers, which is to the credit of both the Avett Brothers and their producer Rick Rubin. Magpie and the Dandelion consciously evokes past Americana, stretching back beyond the Band but anchored there, often incorporating a harder-rocking edge reminiscent of former Rubin patrons Black Crowes. The key to appreciating the Avett Brothers is to realize they see themselves as heirs to this tradition, happy to accentuate their rustic roots with banjos and weary harmonies because they suggest authenticity. Where their real strength lies is not in instrumental virtuosity or song (although many of the tunes here are sturdy enough) but rather in feel: they capture an indistinct past where guitars are an enduring virtue. Perhaps the Avetts are best when they run a little bit loose and ragged, letting the tempos push a little bit hard, allowing their harmonies to clash and happy to have their loose ends remain untied. Often, this means that the ballads are just a shade too tidy -- they're mannered in a way almost none of the rest of the record is -- but still Magpie and the Dandelion underscores how the appeal of the Avett Brothers remains in their indebtedness to the past without being bogged down by its legacy. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo