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Peyroux, Madeleine - Anthem/ Vinyl, 12" [ 2LP/ 180 Gram/ Gatefold/ Coloured Red + Blue Vinyl] [ Limited Edition] ( Original, 1st Press, 1st Edition 2018)

Peyroux, Madeleine - Anthem/ Vinyl, 12" [ 2LP/ 180 Gram/ Gatefold/  Coloured Red + Blue Vinyl] [ Limited Edition] ( Original, 1st Press, 1st Edition 2018)
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Исполнитель: Peyroux, Madeleine



  • A1. On My Own - 4:06
  • A2. Down On Me - 5:00
  • A3. Party Tyme - 4:37
  • B1. Anthem - 5:25
  • B2. All My Heroes - 3:59
  • B3. On A Sunday Afternoon - 4:17
  • B4. The Brand New Deal - 4:57
  • C1. Lullaby - 5:22
  • C2. Honey Party - 4:01
  • C3. The Ghosts Of Tomorrow - 4:14
  • D1. We Might As Well Dance - 3:17
  • D2. Liberté - 4:32

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Anthem - новый восьмой студийный альбом от Мадлен Пейру.
Оригинальный первый европейский пресс на двойном 180-граммовом лимитированном цветном виниле ( одна пластинка - красного цвета, другая - голубого) с разворотом ( Gatefold).

Мадлен Пейру - американская джаз-исполнительница; автор песен и гитарист. Пейру начала петь в возрасте пятнадцати лет, после того, как открыла для себя искусство уличных музыкантов в Латинском Квартале Парижа. Вскоре она бросила школу, а потом и ушла из дома. В шестнадцать Мадлен присоединилась к группе The Lost Wandering Blues and Jazz Band, и в течение двух лет гастролировала по Европе. Тот опыт, который она получила, послужил основой для её дебютного альбома "Dreamland". Этот альбом был выпущен в 1996 году и получил высокую оценку критиков. За её вокальные данные Мадлен сравнивают с Билли Холидей.


AllMusic: 3.5*/5
Muzon-Market ( MM): 7*/10

Having already transitioned from traditional acoustic jazz and blues to her own eclectic folk and pop-leaning originals on past albums, Madeleine Peyroux once again embraces the latter on 2018's Anthem. Named after the Leonard Cohen song that she covers with emotive precision here, Anthem finds the former busker turned chanteuse working with longtime producer/instrumentalist Larry Klein and a bevy of highly regarded performers, including guitarist Dean Parks, organist Patrick Warren, drummer Brian MacLeod, and others. Also joining in at various times are saxophonist Chris Cheek, drummer Jay Bellerose, and vocalist Luciana Souza, who does not sing but instead adds subtle percussion accents. Although capable of tackling standards and traditional songs with a sophisticated lyricism, Peyroux is, at her core, a bohemian storyteller, a folksinger in the vein of Rickie Lee Jones and the aforementioned Cohen. While some listeners may prefer her more acoustic, jazz-oriented albums, many of her songs on Anthem achieve a similar level of nuance and sophistication, while also revealing her own literate point of view. This is especially true on the Harry Nilsson-esque "All My Heroes," in which she ruminates on the imperfection of her idols. She sings "All my heroes were failures in their eyes/Losers, drunkards, fallen saints, and suicides." Similarly engaging is "The Brand New Deal," in which she croons with wry cynicism about modern capitalist culture against a breezy, Steely Dan-sounding fusion groove. There's also a knowingly cheeky -- even kitschy -- quality to some of the tracks, as on the twangy, baritone guitar-led Latin lounge number "Honey Party." She also takes a similarly cheeky approach on the buoyant "On a Sunday Afternoon," in which she expounds upon the medicinal freedoms of the weekend, singing "Oh yeah, its a Sunday afternoon/Got Cap'n Crunch, and reefer, and old cartoons." There are also several dusky, literate moments -- including the languidly hopeful "We Might as Well Dance" -- that, as with much of Anthem, seem to speak to Peyroux's particularly Zen view of the world.

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