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    2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par slide le Lun 27 Déc - 8:55

    MON TOP CLIP:







    j'aime bcp ausi:

    MIRANDA LAMBERT ONLY PRETTIER

    THE BAND PERRY - IF IDIE YOUNG

    TRACE ADKINS & BLAKE SHELON

    LADY A - AMERICAN HONEY

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    Message par shelton le Lun 27 Déc - 10:05

    Pour les paysages et la chanson bien sûr

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    Message par slide le Lun 27 Déc - 10:24

    shelton a écrit:Pour les paysages et la chanson bien sûr


    that's right !!! prayin

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    Message par slide le Lun 27 Déc - 10:27



    Ma femme adore celui ci ! lol!

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    Message par shelton le Lun 27 Déc - 11:11

    slide a écrit:

    Ma femme adore celui ci ! lol!

    Pas mal du tout en effet.

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par Angel Boy le Lun 27 Déc - 12:30

    shelton a écrit:
    slide a écrit:

    Ma femme adore celui ci ! lol!

    Pas mal du tout en effet.

    Ce clip s'est classer direct No 1 dés sa sortie sur GAC !!

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    Message par Bruno le Mar 28 Déc - 1:23

    shelton a écrit:Pour les paysages et la chanson bien sûr


    Quelle chanson + quel beau clip !!! Cool

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par Angel Boy le Sam 1 Jan - 17:15

    Décidément ; nulle doute en ça ; l'année 2010 est et restera bel et bien l'année de Blake SHELTON ,il s'est classé NUMBER 1 dans le TOP 50 GAC video 2010 (l'annuelle classement des meilleurs clips de l'année proposé par GACtv)"Who Are You When I'm Not Looking" s'est classer a la tête du classement cheers cheers cheers

    Voici l'intégrale du classement


    50-Rascal Flatts, Unstoppable
    49-Martina McBride, Wrong Baby Wrong
    48-Toby Keith, Cryin’ For Me
    47-Sara Evans, A Little Bit Strong
    46-Chris Young, Voices
    45-Bo Bice, You Take Yourself W/You
    44-Luke Bryan, Rain Is A Good Thing
    43-Zac Brown Band, Free
    42-Billy Currington, Country Boys Roll
    41-Kenny Chesney/Brooks & Dunn, You’re Gonna Miss Me
    40-Darius Rucker, Come Back Song
    39-Jerrod Niemann Lover, Lover
    38-Rodney Atkins, Farmer’s Dtr
    37-Jason Aldean, The Truth
    36-Gary Allan, Today
    35-Katie Armiger, Leaving Here
    34-Jason Aldean, My Kinda Party
    33-Gary Allan, Get Off On The Pain
    32-Tim McGraw, Still
    31-Toby Keith, Trailer Hood
    30 – Little Big Town, Little White Church
    29 – Steve Azar, Sunshine
    28 – Alan Jackson, Hard Hat and a Hammer
    27 – Alan Jackson, It’s Just That Way
    26 – Chris Young, The Man I Want To Be
    25 – Kellie Pickler, Making Me Fall In Love Again
    24 – Keith Urban, Put You In A Song
    23 – Band Perry, If I Die young
    22 – Trace Adkins, This Ain’t No Love Song
    21 – Lady Antebellum, Hello World
    20 – Brad Paisley, American. Saturday. Night
    19 – Zac Brown Band/Alan Jackson, As She’s Walking Away
    18 – Billy Currington, Pretty Good At Drinkin Beer
    17 – Keith Urban, Til Summer Comes Around
    16 – Reba McEntire, Turn On The Radio
    15 – Lady Antebellum , Our Kind Of Love
    14 – Brad Paisley, Water
    13 - Reba - Keep On Lovin' You
    12 - Miranda Lambert. - Only Prettier
    11 - Kenny Chesney - Boys of Fall
    10 - Lady Antebellum American Honey
    09 - Sugarland Stuck Like Glue.
    08 . Taylor Swift - Fearless
    07 . Carrie Underwood ,Undo It
    06 - Taylor Swift , Mine
    05 - Carrie Underwood , Temporary Home
    04 - Carrie Underwood , Mama's Song
    03 - Blake Shelton , All About Tonight
    02 - Miranda Lambert, The House That Built Me


    01 - Blake Shelton , Who Are You When I'm Not Looking





    Une suprématie de Miranda et de Blake a la tête du classement

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par Angel Boy le Sam 8 Jan - 14:33

    Les 10 meilleurs albums country de 2010 selon " http://www.countryuniverse.net"


    #10
    Easton Corbin
    Easton Corbin

    With the charisma of Clay Walker and the
    chops of George Strait, Easton Corbin sauntered onto the mainstream
    country music scene with a hit song that –refreshingly– name-checked
    “country” in all the right ways. He needs no such affirmation, though,
    as his debut album is a collection of effortlessly neo-traditionalist
    songs, ripe with sincerity. It’s fair to compare Corbin to his obvious
    influences, but there’s something about the natural, youthful
    effervescence he brings to his music that makes it sparkle all on its
    own. – Tara Seetharam


    #9
    Freight Train
    Alan Jackson


    Like an old, trusted friend, Freight Train
    is easy to take for granted – and that’s a shame, because it’s as
    rousing as any of the boundary-pushing albums released this year.
    Jackson returns to his signature sound on this album, sinking
    comfortably into the set of twelve songs but never skimping on
    emotional investment. From the smoking “Freight Train” to the exquisite
    “Till the End” to the shuffling “I Could Get Used To This Loving
    Thing,” Jackson reminds us that his formula of bare-bones authenticity
    and quiet charm is as relevant and rewarding as ever. – TS



    #8
    I Am What I Am
    Merle Haggard


    You know what’s so great about a veteran
    country star acting their age? In the process, they prove that those on
    the latter end of their life are every bit as interesting – more so,
    really – than the young folks that dominate all forms of media today.

    Haggard’s body may have aged. His voice,
    maybe a little bit. But his razor-sharp songwriting is still as potent
    as ever, whether he’s writing a love song, reflecting on politics on
    his lifetime, or simply telling the story of an entire life through the
    house that they never got around to moving up from. The album’s title
    track would’ve sounded defiant in his younger years, but today, it’s as
    calm and confident a statement of self-assurance as Frank Sinatra
    singing “My Way.” – Kevin Coyne


    #7
    The Reason Why
    Little Big Town

    A welcome return by the most sonically
    unique act in mainstream country. Several reviews of this album have
    pegged Karen Fairchild as the group’s star; I say all four members are
    compelling soloists, and the real star is still the harmonies, which
    imbue each song they touch with unique textures and communal warmth.
    The title track or “All the Way Down” would feel like slight filler
    in most artists’ hands; with Little Big Town, they become campfire
    anthems. “Rain on a Tin Roof” could be a snoozer; with Little Big Town,
    you actually hear the rain as the voices swell. They’re even better
    when they and producer Wayne Kirkpatrick take chances with the
    arrangements; check the groovy beat driving “Runaway Train” or the
    swampy gospel trimmings of “Little White Church.” Continued
    experimentation encouraged – though what’s here already sounds mighty
    fine. – Dan Milliken


    #6
    Lifted Off the Ground
    Chely Wright


    The spectrum of Lifted Off The Ground
    is wide, ranging from tender-to-the-touch to caustically honest to
    brilliantly clever (the fantastic “Notes to the Coroner”) – and that
    just describes its lyrics. Sonically, it’s a blast of sounds, expertly
    crafted but largely diverse. In the hands of another artist, the sum of
    all these mismatched parts might have been disastrous, but Wright is
    the glue that holds this album together, an artist staunchly committed
    to exploring her perspective, her emotions and herself, painful and
    messy though the process may be. The result is an album that cuts more
    deeply than perhaps anything else released this year. – TS


    #5
    Achin’ and Shakin’
    Laura Bell Bundy


    She can sing, she can write, and she’s got
    as clear a point of view that shines through so clearly it’s
    unmistakably her own. Much has been made of the concept album set up –
    six Achin’ ballads, followed by six Shakin’ rockers.
    But what could have been a gimmick, and certainly would’ve been with
    weaker material, ends up a timely reminder of the album as an art form
    in the first place.

    In an era where albums are overly bloated
    with more songs than there are ideas, only to be whittled down to a few
    tracks cherry-picked for the iPod, Achin’ and Shakin’ demands
    to be listened to in sequence and in its entirety. Not because it’s so
    deep and meaningful. Just because it’s pure entertainment. – KC


    #4
    Welder
    Elizabeth Cook


    Smart, frank, audacious and sneakingly sensitive, Welder
    feels like Elizabeth Cook properly claiming the spirit of country’s
    pioneering women as her own. Very much her own – who else could include
    one song called “Yes to Booty” and another called “Mama’s Funeral” on
    the same album and have them both totally work? It can be a bit of
    tonal whiplash if you’re the full-listen-through type, but the high
    quality, at least, is pretty consistent. – DM


    #3
    Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions
    Marty Stuart


    Marty Stuart is lauded for his
    preservation of country music history. He’s even published a book of
    photos that essentially chronicles country music. So, it’s only fitting
    that he creates an album that recognizes the history of the music as
    well.
    Ghost Train is a crisp collection of mostly original songs
    that hearkens back to the sounds of yesteryear while still managing to
    sound accessible to the modern listener. The arrangements are
    variations of what is generally accepted as traditional country music.
    Therefore, they’re not narrowed down to a single sound, but rather, the
    album represents several facets of the traditional side of country
    music history.
    As a result, the ghosts of country music legends can be heard on
    this project, including Johnny Cash, Porter Wagoner and Waylon
    Jennings. Not only are their signature sounds utilized at various
    points, but Cash and Wagoner both contributed in their own ways – Cash
    being the co-writer of the philosophically conscious “Hangman” (the
    last song that he wrote before he died) and Wagoner being the
    inspiration behind the mostly spoken “Porter Wagoner’s Grave.”
    No song from this album was played on mainstream radio in 2010. However, by using mostly new and all engaging songs, Ghost Train is a wonderful lesson on where country music came from, even as it has drastically changed over the years. – LW


    #2
    The Guitar Song
    Jamey Johnson

    This generous 25-track album is divided
    into two discs: black for the darker songs and white for the lighter
    fare. While the black disc doesn’t get as bleak as some of the famously
    dark material on his previous album, it still covers difficult
    territory in loneliness, poverty, disappointment, heartbreak and the
    other themes that make a rich country song. The best of these songs
    include “Lonely at the Top” (a previously unrecorded Keith Whitley
    co-write), the dark and swampy “Poor Man’s Blues”, the covers of “Set
    ‘Em Up Joe” and “Mental Revenge” and the desperate “Can’t Cash My
    Checks.”
    The white disc lightens up, but only as much as one might expect
    from the mostly morose Johnson. Life still isn’t all roses and
    sunshine, but we’re given relief thanks to glimpses of sensitivity,
    love and reminiscences, along with comparison to a dog (“Dog in the
    Yard”) and the personification of a guitar (“The Guitar Song”). The
    highlight of this disc is the live recording of “That’s Why I Write
    Songs”, as it pays tribute to his songwriting heroes.
    As was the case with Johnson’s breakthrough album, That Lonesome Song (one of Country Universe’s Best Albums of 2008), The Guitar Song is
    not perfect. But like it is with the man and voice who sings these
    songs, it doesn’t aim to be perfect, which is the beauty of this album.
    There’s no glossiness, there’s no auto tune to make a rough voice
    smoother, and its purpose is neither to get people’s feet moving nor
    fists pumping. Instead, we’re allowed to have some fun, but we’re also
    required to face hard times and reality. – LW


    #1
    Up On the Ridge
    Dierks Bentley


    It’s admirable that Bentley took on an
    artistically challenging project that plucked him out of his comfort
    zone. It’s heartening that his intentions seem pure and firmly rooted
    in his passion for country music. And it’s inspiring that, as a once
    commercially successful artist, he’s daring the mainstream to pay
    attention to his oddball project – and maybe even embrace it.
    But let’s be honest: none of this would have mattered much if the result hadn’t been an album as rich and vibrant as Up On The Ridge.
    Is it bluegrass or bluegrass-flavored? Heck if I know, but it’s so
    interesting -sonically, lyrically and collaboratively – that it
    transcends its classification. With its progressive mixture of sounds,
    voices and ideas, it strikes an intriguing balance of relevant and
    reverent, and that’s exactly what we need to move the country music genre forward. – TS

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par slide le Jeu 17 Mar - 22:59

    Pour l'instant 2011 est assez "vide" ; rien à se mettre sous la dent, comme si en ce début d'année, on vous proposait au menu juste une feuille de salade!

    mais où sont les grosses sorties ?(attendont Brad Paisley + alison Krauss!) mais après ?? le premier semestre va être assez creux! jamais vu ça!

    pendant ce temps je vais aller faire un tour sur la nouvelle émission TV de notre ami Florent!

    et oui "THE COMEBACK FACM"! :

    http://facm.free.fr/


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    cheers cheers

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    Re: 2010 : Les meilleurs albums - votre TOP 10 !

    Message par Angel Boy le Jeu 17 Mar - 23:01

    Ben comme a chaque début d'année c'est toujours assez vide au départ , en plus nous avons eu plein de sortie durant le dernier semestre de l'année écoulé !!!
    Mais ça commence a bouger coté sortie de singles !!

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