Slow Motion


Slow Motion
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Slow Motion
Album par Supertramp
Sortie 23 avril 2002
Enregistrement 2001-2002
Durée 50:07
Genre rock progressif
Producteur Rick Davies
Mark Hart
Jay Messina
Label EMI
Albums de Supertramp
Is Everybody Listening? (2001)
Retrospectacle - The Supertramp Anthology (2005)

Slow Motion est le dernier album studio de Supertramp, sorti en 2002. Contrairement à son prédécesseur, Mark Hart ne chante aucune chanson.

Les nostalgiques de l'album Breakfast in America, plus grand succès commercial du groupe, remarqueront avec plaisir que sur Slow Motion, Rick Davies et sa bande ont, volontairement ou non, réussi à recréer la facture sonore de leur célèbre opus de 1979. Cela est particulièrement évident sur des pièces comme "Broken Hearted" et "Bee In Your Bonnet" qui cadreraient très bien sur Breakfast in America. Quant à "Dead Man's Blues", c'est une solide composition de blues/jazz dont le long instrumental central, très bien senti, met en vedette le saxophone de John Helliwell et la trompette de Lee Thornburg.

Titres

All lead vocals by Rick Davies.

  1. "Slow Motion" (Rick Davies) – 3:50
  2. "Little By Little" (Rick Davies) – 4:30
  3. "Broken Hearted" (Rick Davies) – 4:28
  4. "Over You" (Rick Davies) – 5:06
  5. "Tenth Avenue Breakdown" (Rick Davies) – 8:57
  6. "A Sting in the Tail" (Rick Davies) – 5:17
  7. "Bee in Your Bonnet" (Rick Davies) – 6:27
  8. "Goldrush" (Rick Davies, Richard Palmer-James)– 3:06
  9. "Dead Man's Blues" (Rick Davies) – 8:26

Musiciens


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