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Submitted by on Oct 16, 2015

Review Various Artists – Rave On Buddy Holly

“Rave On Buddy Holly” – is a kind of tribute. Artists who participated in the record collection, did not simply cover versions of classic songs of the great musician, but a collection of songs that are open to understanding the new generations.

manage the entire assembly known to us for music for the film-biography of Bob Dylan’s “I’m Not There” composer Randall Poster, who during his long career has worked with many people from Martin Scorsese to Todd Haynes.

A list of participants is only a tribute should be to please any listener. Here you can find everything from Paul McCartney and Lou Reed to Florence + The Machine, Julian Casablancas, Cee Lo Green and the duo She & amp; Him.

Despite the fact that some of the songs are very different from the original rock ‘n’ roll version, the spirit of them still survived.

For example, Florence + The Machine brought to the classic “Not Fade Away”elements of industrial music (the keys to her accompanied Ivan Neville), and Modest Mouse dragged song”That’ll Be the Day” in the vanguard.

The powerful vocals Cee Lo Green’s “(You & # 8217; re So Square) Baby I Don & # 8217; t Care” flavored with a small, stylish and echo prihlopa. By the way, this song is known by more than Elvis Presley than Buddy Holly.

Paul McCartney turned “It’s So Easy”in the stadium with boisterous song impromptu vocal and Lou Reed filled”Peggy Sue” overdriven guitars and keys crazy.

The producer of the collection, Randall Poster says: “Since all the tracks for the album were recorded by different musicians gather them together it was very difficult for us creative puzzle & # 8230; This in turn goes back to the roots of rock and roll and other forms of music that followed him ».

Perhaps the connoisseurs of the original pure sound of Buddy Holly will spit some quite unusual interpretations, but the recording quality is made so that each composition you can find something good.

On the disc, there are some pleasant surprises. For example, My Morning Jacket made “True Love Ways” even more sensual, expanding it bowed string accompaniment and The Detroit Cobras pleasantly surprised, replacing the original Hawaiian gitarki on drayvovye riffs.

Select is absolutely lovely version of “Everyday”by Fiona Apple and Jon Brion, more like a children’s song than a rock ‘n’ roll. Equally fascinating sounds duo She & amp; Him in the”Oh Boy”, and the song “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” by the British photo model and singer Karen Elson, in whose original vocals harmoniously merge the violin.

As for the vocals, the Cee Lo Green has once again proved that he can not spoil his sincere singing a song. Julian Casablancas and his voice is also very good fit in the post-punk arrangement “Rave On”.

Also worth noting is “Raining In My Heart”Graham Nash,”I’m Gonna Love You Too” Jenny O & # 8230; and in general all the songs on the collection of time-tested hits, any arrangements they may be doing.

The Best Song: “Everyday”, “It’s So Easy”, “Not Fade Away”, “(You’re So Square) Baby I Do not Care”, “I’m Gonna Love You Too”, “Oh Boy “,”True Love Ways”,”That’ll Be The Day”,”Heartbeat”,”Raining In My Heart”.

  1. Dearest – The Black Keys
  2. Everyday – Fiona Apple & amp; Jon Brion
  3. It’s So Easy – Paul McCartney
  4. Not Fade Away – Florence + The Machine
  5. (You’re So Square) Baby, I Do not Care – Cee Lo Green
  6. Crying, Waiting, Hoping – Karen Elson
  7. Rave On – Julian Casablancas
  8. I’m Gonna Love You Too – Jenny O
  9. Maybe Baby – Justin Townes Earle
  10. Oh Boy – She & amp; Him
  11. Changing All Those Changes – Nick Lowe
  12. Words of Love – Patti Smith
  13. True Love Ways – My Morning Jacket
  14. That’ll Be The Day – Modest Mouse
  15. Well All Right – Kid Rock
  16. Heartbeat – The Detroit Cobras
  17. Peggy Sue – Lou Reed
  18. Peggy Sue Got Married – John Doe
  19. Raining In My Heart – Graham Nash

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