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MessaggioInviato: 21 luglio 2015, 21:17
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Ho appena preordinato il CD e la T-Shirt dal sito ufficiale di Keith. Per chi fosse interessato questo è il link: http://www.keithrichards.com/crosseyed
Cliccate su 'Shop the Store' e troverete, oltre al CD, tutto il merchandise (t-shirt, felpa, plettri ecc..)


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MessaggioInviato: 22 luglio 2015, 15:26
Avatar utenteSite AdminMessaggi: 3916Località: MilanoIscritto il: 6 gennaio 2006, 23:20
ho acquistato su itunes a € 1,29 il nuovo singolo. devo dire che rispetto che ascoltarlo su youtube (dove non mi convinceva per niente) l'audio e la qualità migliorano nettamente anche in termini di apprezzabilità del brano... anche se non mi sembra un capolavoro


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MessaggioInviato: 22 luglio 2015, 16:21
Messaggi: 1576Iscritto il: 10 novembre 2012, 20:01
...no, certo capolavoro no! Un termine così, caro Jacopo, rimanda ad un passato glorioso! Per me, però, il fatto che sia un ottimo pezzo è sufficiente! Chiedevo un degno seguito di How i wish ed Eileen e lui mi ha accontentato! Mi basta questo!

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MessaggioInviato: 22 luglio 2015, 16:25
Avatar utenteMessaggi: 1936Iscritto il: 20 dicembre 2010, 22:27
I nostri siti italiani se ne sono accorti solo ora...


“Crosseyed Heart”, ecco copertina e tracklist del nuovo album di Keith Richards
15 tracce ispirate da rock, reggae, blues e country in uscita il 18 settembre
http://www.rollingstone.it/musica/news- ... 015-07-22/

Keith Richards: svelate copertina e tracklist del nuovo album "Crosseyed heart"
http://www.rockol.it/news-645450/keith- ... m---guarda


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MessaggioInviato: 22 luglio 2015, 16:32
Messaggi: 1765Iscritto il: 11 febbraio 2007, 4:36
... patetici as usual

circa il suond della versione che gira sul tubo, si, è piuttosto indecente, non bisogna essere un critico per rendersene conto. Sembra quei video scaricati e ricaricati da qualche utente, e non proveniente dalla pagina ufficiale


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MessaggioInviato: 22 luglio 2015, 17:34
Messaggi: 1576Iscritto il: 10 novembre 2012, 20:01
I nostri siti? Molto più attenti ad Emma o Mengoni! Ridicoli!

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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 0:32
Avatar utenteMessaggi: 1936Iscritto il: 20 dicembre 2010, 22:27
Keith Richards Previews 'Crosseyed Heart' at Intimate Listening Party

"I hope you like it enough tonight to go out and buy it!" Richards tells New York crowd
By Patrick Doyle July 22, 2015

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Keith Richards previewed 'Crosseyed Heart,' his first solo album in 23 years, at an intimate New York City listening session Amy Harris/Corbis

The Rolling Stones just wrapped their Zip Code stadium tour in Quebec last Wednesday, but Keith Richards is still on the job. On Tuesday night, the guitarist invited a few guests to New York's Electric Lady Studios, where he held a listening session for Crosseyed Heart, his first solo album in 23 years due out September 18th.

At the event, a few dozen guests gathered before Richards materialized looking stage-ready – bright snakeskin-style jacket, hair spilling out of his bandana, Solo cup – grinning as he worked the room.

After several minutes, Monte Lipman, Chairman and CEO of Republic Records, introduced Richards, who kept his speech brief. The guitarist highlighed the "teamwork" that went into the album, naming two people specifically: Jane Rose, his longtime manager, and Steve Jordan, who played drums, co-produced and co-wrote many of the songs. "I hope you like it enough tonight to go out and buy it!" he said with a laugh.

With that, the title track began – a stomping country blues in the vein of of Robert Johnson. "Louder!" Richards asked, until the soundman cranked it up. Richards hung out in the corner of the room with Jordan, punctuating select tracks with terse commentary.

The excellent new album pulls from a grab bag of Richards' signature tricks, including simmering reggae (The Gregory Isaacs-penned "Love Overdue," with Ivan Neville on organ), several soulful acoustic ballads (including "Lovers Plea" and "Illusion," a duet about empty love featuring Norah Jones) and loose, driving rockers ("Trouble." )

One highlight was "Blues in the Morning," an after-hours boogie full of Chuck Berry-style double-string stabs and a blazing sax solo from the late Bobby Keys, who passed away in last year. "It's only rock & roll!" Richards said afterward. The musician stuck around until the final song, when he slipped away out of the room like a thief in the night.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/ ... z3gen5AUfj


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 0:37
Avatar utenteMessaggi: 1936Iscritto il: 20 dicembre 2010, 22:27
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With Monte Lipman at the first 'Crosseyed Heart' listening session @ Electric Lady Studio, NYC - JUly 21, 2015 © Kevin Mazur

da https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rocks-Of ... 2492573819


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 0:43
Avatar utenteMessaggi: 1936Iscritto il: 20 dicembre 2010, 22:27
First impression: Keith Richards' 'Crosseyed Heart' solo album

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What do you do when your bandmate and songwriting partner happens to be one of the most celebrated lead singers in all of rock 'n' roll?. you largely keep your mouth shut and be content to be one of the most celebrated lead guitarists in all of rock 'n' roll.

Still, from time to time you might have something to say, and so Richards has stepped to the mike with “Happy” back when the Rolling Stones recorded “Exile on Main Street” in 1972, and on two solo albums, “Talk is Cheap” in 1988 and “Main Offender” four years later.

Given the Stones’ pace in the studio of late, which at best might be described as “deliberate” (their most recent album, “A Bigger Bang,” is now 10 years old), Richards is now set to release “Crosseyed Heart,” just the third solo studio album of his half-century-plus recording career.ENT
The Times’ will have a formal review closer to the album’s release date in September, but on Tuesday night in Hollywood, a group of about 50 people got an early listen to an album that features a core band of drummer and singer Steve Jordan (who co-wrote most of the songs with Richards), guitarist Waddy Wachtel and multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell.

Among the guests: the late Bobby Keys, the Texas saxophonist whom Richards often described as his musical soulmate after they met in the late-‘60s. Also on board is singer Norah Jones, who engages with Richards in a duet on “Illusion,” along with the great Muscle Shoals organist Spooner Oldham, New Orleans singer Aaron Neville and his son Ivan Neville.

As always, Richards’ ragged voice is an instrument that’s more serviceable than distinguished -- it’s the equivalent of a crude raft that can take the user from one bank of a river to the other, not traverse long distances with tremendous style or panache.

Yet Richards gets emotions across in the album’s 15 songs, and that’s always been what rock 'n' roll is about. The album opens with the title track, just Richards playing guitar and croaking a vocal that connects him with the Delta blues, which has always been a cornerstone of his guitar-playing.

Several songs offer up big Stones-like rockers with beefy grooves and tasty guitar work, which is probably what most listeners look for in a Richards album. But it also contains tracks that are sweetly reflective, occasionally regretful and often vulnerable
, qualities you might not always expect from one of rock's most notorious anti-heroes who, at 71, is not only a husband and father, but a grandfather and, most recently, a first-time children's book author.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/mu ... story.html


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 9:18
Messaggi: 1576Iscritto il: 10 novembre 2012, 20:01
"Several songs offer up big Stones-like rockers with beefy grooves and tasty guitar work, which is probably what most listeners look for in a Richards album. But it also contains tracks that are sweetly reflective, occasionally regretful and toften vulnerable"

...direi che ci sono segnali positivi! Si Iorr qualcuno ha detto che è il miglior album Stones dai tempi di Talk is cheap!!

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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 13:34
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non di certo un capolavoro ma sicuramente meglio dei ultimi lavori studio stones! credo che l'intero disco sarà un grande album e meglio dei ultimi lavori stones e stones solisti...ho letto che 50 persone hanno potuto ascoltare l'album e pare che ci sia stato grande entusiasmo e appunto considerato il miglior album stones da Talk is cheap altro capolavoro solista!


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 18:14
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Keith Richards: We’ll Do A New Stones Album After My Solo LP

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From new record Crosseyed Heart to his relationship with Mick Jagger, MOJO enjoys a rare, no-holds-barred audience with Keef in our new issue, on sale in the UK from July 28.

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KEITH RICHARDS MIGHT be on the verge of releasing his first solo album in 20 years, but he has told MOJO there’s a new Rolling Stones album on the way.

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Happy? Keith Richards on the cover of MOJO 262, on sale in the UK from Tuesday, July 28, 2015.
Ahead of September’s release of Crosseyed Heart, his first record without Mick Jagger and co. since 1992, the guitarist has spoken exclusively in our new issue (September 2015 / #262) which is on sale in the UK from Tuesday (July 28).

During the rare audience with “The Human Riff”, Richards confirmed that while he’s emerging from his band’s shadow for the autumn, he’ll be back recording with The Rolling Stones soon.

“Will we record and tour again? I think we will,” he tells MOJO’s Pat Gilbert. “We’ll do this year, then go into the studio.”

Apparently, plans for the band’s first full album sessions since the recording of 2005’s A Bigger Bang, were in the works before the band even took to the road in North America for their recent Zip Code tour.

“I know Mick wants to record again.”
KEITH RICHARDS
“I know Mick wants to record again – he blurted it out in a meeting: ‘It’s about time we went back and recorded.’” recalls Richards. “I was like, ‘We’re here to talk about a tour, right?’ So that will be interesting. End of the year.”

Get the new issue of MOJO for the full, candid interview, including Richards’ thoughts on going solo, why he’s the Stones’ romantic soul, his relationships with Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood and much more.

Plus Andrew Loog Oldham, designer John Varvatos and PJ O’Rourke salute rock’n’roll’s pirate captain, while this month’s free CD, Life Companion, celebrates the songs that shaped Keef, featuring tracks from Muddy Waters, Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, Buddy Guy, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry and more.

Listen to Trouble from Crosseyed Heart.

http://www.mojo4music.com/21182/keith-r ... 4Ql_230715


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 18:33
Messaggi: 317Iscritto il: 28 gennaio 2015, 16:35
mi è capitato di sentire anche la prima versione di trouble quella più corta che si sentiva per radio...direi orribile e credo che la migliore versione rimanga quella del video!


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 19:13
Avatar utenteMessaggi: 1936Iscritto il: 20 dicembre 2010, 22:27
QUesto nuovo numero di Mojo sarà straordinario. Copertina bellissima, vedo di procurarmelo <sg


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MessaggioInviato: 23 luglio 2015, 23:00
Messaggi: 1576Iscritto il: 10 novembre 2012, 20:01
Pare che l'applauso più forte dei 50 fortunati sia stato dopo l'ascolto di 'Blues in the morning'...non vedo l'ora!

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