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Goldenday: Джефф поучаствовал в альбоме Регины Спектор 'Far'. о Регине Спектор: Родилась в 1980 году Москве. В 1989 году, во время Перестройки, вместе со своей семьей переехала в Нью-Йорк и поселилась в Бронксе. Получила классическое музыкальное образование по классу фортепиано, закончила консерваторию в штате Нью-Йорк при Purchase College, по классу композиции. Закончила еврейскую религиозную школу. Автор текстов и музыки, Регина Спектор исполняет свои песни, аккомпанируя себе на фортепиано или гитаре. Трудно определить жанр, стиль и направление творчества Регины Спектор: его называют anti-folk, но в нем есть что-то и от панка, и от инди-рока, и от классической музыки (Регина получила классическое музыкальное образование сначала в России, а затем в Нью-Йорке, у профессора Сони Варгас). Ее сравнивают с Бьорк, с Тори Амос, с Ван Моррисоном. Но она все же совершенно оригинальна. Лирика Регины нарочито интеллигентна, с многочисленными культурными реминисценциями — Эдип, Самсон, Эзра Паунд, Пастернак, а музыка экономна и изящна, как классические японские стихи. Самое главное - то, как она умеет играть голосом.

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Voldar: Jeff Lynne's ELO - Alone In The Universe (Amazon U.S. Deluxe Exclusive) Track Listings 1. When I Was a Boy 2. Love and Rain 3. Dirty to the Bone 4. When the Night Comes 5. The Sun Will Shine on You 6. Ain't It a Drag 7. All My Life 8. I'm Leaving You 9. One Step at a Time 10. Alone in the Universe 11. Fault Line 12. Blue http://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Lynne-ELO-Universe-Exclusive/dp/B015RND9H0/?tag=smarturl-20

Goldenday: В сети выложили блюрей концерта и рип 720. Народ задыхается от восторга и спорит о качестве звука на носителе. http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5087609

Goldenday: Уже можно сделать предзаказ на японское делюксовское издание с 13 треками. На наши деньги выйдет примерно 2 тысячи рублей.

Voldar: When I Was A Boy попал на Рок фм.

Goldenday: Voldar пишет: попал на Рок фм. В их новостях говорится: "По словам лидера E.L.O. Джеффа Линна, в работе над свежим материалом он намерен «держаться корней», т.е. сохранить музыкальную стилистику классических альбомов группы." Мне кажется, это правда. Прослушав неоднократно "When I Was A Boy", я почувствовал 75, 76 и все последующие годы творчества, включая Антологию Битлз 95 года. Многие вокруг говорят, что песня словно призрак из прошлого в хорошем смысле.

Voldar: Ешё 2 песни можно послушать https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YnJLl0toUE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ij2-eiSaEIk

Voldar: Вторую уже снесли

Goldenday: Voldar пишет: Вторую уже снесли И правильно. Не фиг до релиза

AlexYar: Goldenday пишет: И правильно. Не фиг до релиза Ну так-то да, но... Интересно же, черт побери! Николя у себя выложил - я просто потрясен!!!! Особенно заглавной вещью - обалдеть!!!! I'm Leaving You тоже фантастическая вещь с очень характерными и узнаваемыми Линновскими музыкальными примочками!

AlexYar: Goldenday пишет: Народ задыхается от восторга и спорит о качестве звука на носителе. Посмотрел рип 1080 - фантастика!!!! Со звуком все в порядке и даже более чем!!! В кустарной версии прошлогодней видео записи как раз звук страдал, а тут в полной мере раскрылось величие этого концерта!!! Эх, ну Джэффушка, ну пожалуйста, ну поедь ты наконец уж в тур, ёпрст... Так ждем, что никакой кризис и санкции ни по чем!!!!

Goldenday: Да, песни одна другой лучше! Раз уж Николя выложил, я послушал кусочками. Действительно, всё в лучших традициях, на высочайшем уровне, охватывает все периоды творчества. Кстати, все три песни записаны в до мажоре, излюбленной тональности Джеффа, а у заглавной вещи те же аккорды, что у "Can't Get It Out Of My Head".

Goldenday: AlexYar пишет: В кустарной версии прошлогодней видео записи Нам бы ещё прикрутить перевод Назарова к блюрику и ДВД, где док фильм, и всем русскоязычным вообще было бы счастье!

Goldenday: четвертую песню с альбома выложили. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfaC-I8uCjs#t=63

AlexYar: Ловлю себя на мысли, что чем проще - тем лучше (сюда же "краткость - сестра таланта")!!!! Отличная вещь - очень навеяла 80-ми! И опять та же фишка, что и в "When I Was A Boy" - всего-лишь многократное повторение заглавной фразы текста, но как цепляет!!!!

Goldenday: Да, судя по этой песне и заглавной, альбом будет в духе "Secret Messages" и "Balance of Power". И мне это нравится! Удивило, что "When The Night Comes" звучит, как регги. Вроде Джефф еще не записывался в таком стиле

SLQ: Jeff Lynne Explains How Electric Light Orchestra Came Back to Life The Traveling Wilbury on ELO's new LP, why most past members aren't along for the ride and what's happening next By Andy Greene October 22, 2015 On September 14th, 2014 an extremely nervous Jeff Lynne walked onstage at London's Hyde Park for his first major Electric Light Orchestra concert since the group folded in 1986. "We were fenced off by the BBC, and I couldn't see the audience," he says. "I was walking up the stairs with my fingers crossed, hoping that people hadn't gone home since they already saw the act they came to see." But as he burst into the opening notes of "All Over the World," he saw a sea of 50,000 fans singing along. "I felt such relief that all these people were there, screaming and clapping to every song," he says. "It made me feel really good. I was just knocked out, just the most wonderful crowd I'd ever seen. I had so much fun doing it, I decided to come back and do a new album." This wasn't the first time Lynne attempted to resurrect Electric Light Orchestra. In the summer of 2001, he released Zoom (the first ELO album since 1986's Balance of Power) and booked an ambitious arena tour to promote it. He taped a VH1 Storytellers concert and a PBS concert, but ticket sales were so dismal, the entire tour was canceled. "That showed me I probably shouldn't even bother," Lynne says. "My manager spared me the details of everything, but I wasn't too demoralized because I got some tunes in films and I just love recording." It seemed like a permanent death sentence for ELO, and in the aftermath, Lynne returned to his day job as a record producer, but slowly he began seeing a groundswell of interest in his old band and offers began coming in. Getting the band back onto the stage still remained a distant thought until BBC DJ Chris Evans began pushing the issue on the air. His listeners responded in such overwhelming numbers that Lynne agreed to give it a try. After the triumphant Hyde Park show, Lynne returned back to his Los Angeles home full of energy, which he transferred to the sessions for ELO's upcoming album, Alone in the Universe, out November 13th. The LP was cut across 18 months at Lynne's home studio, with the singer-songwriter playing nearly instrument himself. "I did everything except the shaker and the tambourine, which my engineer Steve [Jay] played," says Lynne. "It was just a two-man exercise, with him manning all the lifeboats and me doing all the singing and playing." The end result, credited to Jeff Lynne's Electric Light Orchestra, has a vintage ELO feel with a few modern touches. Lead single "When I Was a Boy" was inspired by Lynne's memories of his childhood. "My interest in music grabbed me when I was a boy," he says. "I used to go under my bed listening to the crystal set [radio.] There weren't many good stations back then. You only got about an hour of pop music and that was on a Saturday night. That's what led to the song, which was one of the quickest I've ever written lyrically and musically." The title track was inspired by an article Lynne read about the Voyager 1 probe leaving the solar system, becoming the first man-made object to enter interstellar space. "It tickled me thinking about that," he says. "I mean, how lonely can you get? I sort of turned it into a missing-somebody type of deal like Voyager 1 was missing Voyager 2, so I turned it into people." Lynne's singing voice is remarkably well-preserved, especially considering that he turns 68 in December. That's at least partially due to the fact that, unlike most of his peers, he hasn't blown it out on the road. ELO, which had huge success in the 1970s with massive hits like "Evil Woman," "Mr. Blue Sky" and "Don't Bring Me Down," saw their fortunes decline as musical tastes shifted in the 1980s. They last played a real tour in 1982 and disbanded completely after a tiny run of shows four years later. Months after the tour wrapped, Lynne was asked to produce George Harrison's 1987 album, Cloud Nine, which was a huge comeback for the Beatle, giving him the hit "Got My Mind Set on You." "It gave me a whole new career," says Lynne, who crafted big singles for Tom Petty and Roy Orbison in the following two years before teaming up with them, along with Bob Dylan, in the Traveling Wilburys. "It was a marvelous time," says Lynne. "I thought to myself, 'Wow, I should have been doing this years ago.'" The others members of ELO didn't have anywhere near the success Lynne had on his own, so in 1989, drummer Bev Bevan formed a group called ELO Part II, which by 2000 evolved into the Orchestra with a rotating crew of musicians. This roped Lynne into all sorts of legal battles, causing bitterness that persists to this day. "It's water under the bridge," he says. "But I don't like talking about them. It's just people pretending to be ... What happens is that the name gets changed to ELO, or the promoter changes it, and I have to sue them every time." Lynne says he hasn't spoken to Bevan in about 30 years, but original ELO keyboardist Richard Tandy was on hand for the Hyde Park show and will be involved in all future live activity. (No other past member is involved in the new group.) "Richard is my lifetime man in the group," says Lynne. "He'd be in the studio with me when other people wouldn't be. It's just my choice. He's a great musician, a great piano player and I really enjoy his company." There are no ELO shows on the books right now, though Lynne says his manager is planning some big concerts in England in the spring. Plans for American shows are a little more tenuous, and the hope is obviously to avoid the Zoom fiasco and book conservatively. "It would probably be a mixture of theaters and arenas in America," says Lynne. "To be honest, I love theaters because the sound is always so much better." For now, Lynne is taking things one step at a time. "As far as more shows, we'll see what happens," he says. "It it goes well, I'll certainly do more stuff. Let's hope it goes well." Share Tweet Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/jeff-lynne-explains-how-electric-light-orchestra-came-back-to-life-20151022#ixzz3pKoAJbRL Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

Goldenday: Остаётся только позавидовать будущим счастливчикам, попавшим на концерты в Англии и Америке, которые, очень надеюсь, на этот раз состоятся.

Voldar: When I Was A Boy официальное видео.

AlexYar: Voldar пишет: официальное видео. Очень интересный сюжет клипа - историческая прокрутка некоторых жизненных событий!!!! Правда в моем понимании строки из текста "When I was a boy, I learned to play..." я почему-то думал, что Джэфф говорит об игре на гитаре, тем более в контексте со строками далее "I just want to play my guitar instead". Однако в клипе пацаны во главе с маленьким Линном учатся играть в футбол!

SLQ: Классный клип! Мне очень понравился.



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