le TOP 40 des chansons post beatles

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1. My Sweet Lord – George Harrison
2. Instant Karma! – John Lennon
3. Jet – Paul McCartney
4. Temporary Secretary – Paul McCartney
5. God – John Lennon
6. Live And Let Die – Paul McCartney
7. Band On The Run – Paul McCartney
8. #9 Dream – John Lennon
9. Wah-Wah – George Harrison
10. Imagine – John Lennon
11. Mind Games – John Lennon
12. Apple Scruffs – George Harrison
13. Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five – Paul McCartney
14. Nobody Loves You When You’re Down And Out – John Lennon
15. Awaiting On You All – George Harrison
16. Love – John Lennon
17. Back Off Boogaloo – Ringo Starr
18. Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) – John Lennon
19. Monkberry Moon Delight – Paul McCartney
20. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey – Paul McCartney
21. Bewhere Of Darkness – George Harrison
22. Watching The Wheels – John Lennon
23. Let Me Roll It – Paul McCartney
24. I Live For You – George Harrison
25. Coming Up – Paul McCartney
26. Photograph – Ringo Starr
27. Nobody Told Me – John Lennon
28. Dehra Dun – George Harrison
29. Jealous Guy – John Lennon
30. Working Class Hero – John Lennon
31. Here Today – Paul McCartney
32. Mother – John Lennon
33. It Don’t Come Easy – Ringo Starr
34. Whatever Gets You Throu’ The Night – John Lennon
35. Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney
36. Beautiful Boy – John Lennon
37. What You Got – John Lennon
38. Only One – Paul McCartney
39. Handle With Care – George Harrison
40. Queenie Eye – Paul McCartney

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Les 100 meilleurs albums des années 90 (NME)

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1. Radiohead – Ok Computer
2. Tricky – Maxinquaye
3. Nirvana – In Utero
4. Jeff Buckley – Grace
5. Beastie Boys – Ill Communication
6. Bjork – Debut
7. DJ Shadow – Endtroducing
8. Oasis – Definitely Maybe
9. Pulp – Different Class
10. The Chemical Brothers – Dig Your Own Hole
11. Missy ‘Misdemeanor’ Elliott – Supa Dupa Fly
12. Blur – 13
13. Portishead – Dummy
14. PJ Harvey – To Bring You My Love
15. Spritualized – Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
16. Massive Attack – Blue Lines
17. Black Grape – It’s Greate When You’re Straght… Yeah
18. Genius/GZA – Liquid Swords
19. Supergrass – I Should Coco
20. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – I See Darkness
21. Aphex Twin – Richard D James
22. Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – The Boatman’s Call
23. Mercury Rev – Deserters Songs
24. Pavement – Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
25. Primal Scream – Screamadelica
26. A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Thory
27. Boards Of Canada – Music Has The Right To Children
28. Public Enemy – Fear Of A Black Planet
29. Nirvana – Nevermind
30. Super Furry Animals – Fuzzy Logic
31. Beck – Odelay
32. Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill
33. Daft Punk – Homework
34. Madonna – Ray Of Light
35. The Flaming Lips – The Soft Bulletin
36. The Beta Band – The Three E.P’s
37. Elliott Smith – Either/Or
38. Underworld – Second Toughest In The Infants
39. Suede – Dog Man Star
40. The Prodigy – Music For A Jilted Generation
41. R.E.M. – Automatic For The People
42. Ol’ Dirty Bastard – Nigga Please
43. The La’s – The La’s
44. Sonic Youth – Goo
45. Wu-Tang Clan – Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
46. The Verve – A Northern Soul
47. My Bloody Valentine – Loveless
48. Blur – Parklife
49. Nas – Illmatic
50. Manic Street Preachers – The Holy Bible
51. Air – Moon Safari
52. Screaming Trees – Dust
53. The Charlatans – Tellin’ Stories
54. Orbital – Orbital (Brown Album)
55. Radiohead – The Bends
56. Weezer – Blue Album
57. U2 – Achtung Baby
58. Teenage Fanclub – Bandwagonesque
59. Fugees – The Score
60. Belle & Sabastian – If You’re Feeling Sinister
61. The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready To Die
62. Urge Overkill – Exit The Dragon
63. Shack – Waterpistol
64. PJ Harvey – Rid Of Me
65. Metallica – Metallica
66. The Breeders – Last Splash
67. Smashing Pumpkins – Siamese Dream
68. The Afghan Whigs – Gentlemen
69. Massive Attack – Mezzanine
70. The Black Crowes – The Southern Harmonony And Musical Companion
71. Leftfield – Rhythm And Stealth
72. Eminem – The Slip Shady Lp
73. D’Angelo – Brown Sugar
74. Pulp – His ‘N’ Hers
75. Cornershop – When I Was Born For The 7th Time
76. Pet Shop Boys – Very
77. Pixies – Bossanova
78. Bestie Boys – Check Your Head
79. Mazzy Star – So Tonight That I Might See
80. Manic Street Preachers – Everything Must Go
81. Paul Weller – Heavy Soul
82. Nine Inch Nales – The Downward Spiral
83. Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…
84. Mogwai – Come On Die Young
85. Basement Jaxx – Remedy
86. Denim – Back In Denim
87. Elastica – Elastica
88. Happy Mondays – Pills ‘N’ Thrills And Bellyaches
89. Goldie – Timeless
90. The Boo Radleys – Giant Steps
91. Morrissey – Vauxhall And I
92. Sparklehorse – Good Morning Spider
93. Dr Dre – The Chronic
94. Oasis – (What’s The Story) Morning Glory
95. Rage Against The Machine – Rage Against The Machine
96. Hole – Celebrity Skin
97. Bjork – Homogenic
98. Talk Talk – Laughing Stock
99. Saint Etienne – Foxbase Alpha
100. Neil Young And Crazy Horse – Ragged Glory

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Les 100 meilleures chansons de David Bowie (NME)

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1. Life On Mars? – Hunky Dory – 1971
2. Heroes’ – Heroes – 1977
3. Starman – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
4. Sound And Vision – Low – 1977
5. Changes – Hunky Dory – 1971
6. Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
7. Young Americans – Young Americans – 1975
8. Always Crashing In The Same Car – Low – 1977
9. Ziggy Stardust – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
10. Ashes To Ashes – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
11. Golden Years – Station To Station – 1976
12. The Man Who Sold The World – The Man Who Sold The World – 1971
13. Fame – Young Americans – 1975
14. Moonage Daydream – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
15. Tvc15 – Station To Station – 1976
16. Quicksand – Hunky Dory – 1971
17. Oh! You Pretty Things – Hunky Dory – 1971
18. Fashion – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
19. Station To Station – Station To Station – 1976
20. Alternative Candidate – Diamond Dogs – 1974
21. Rebel Rebel – Diamond Dogs – 1974
22. Suffragette City – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
23. Space Oddity – Space Oddity – 1969
24. Up The Hill Backwards – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
25. The Boys Keep Swinging – Lodger – 1979
26. Five Years – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
27. Be My Wife – Low – 1977
28. The Bewlay Brothers – Hunky Dory – 1971
29. Under Pressure (With Queen) – Nothing Has Changed – 1981
30. Aladdin Sane – Aladdin Sane – 1973
31. Where Are We Now? – The Next Day – 2013
32. Stay – Station To Station – 1976
33. Panic In Detroit – Aladdin Sane – 1973
34. Speed Of Life – Low – 1977
35. The Width Of A Circle – The Man Who Sold The World – 1971
36. The Next Day – The Next Day – 2013
37. This Is Not America – Nothing Has Changed – 1985
38. ‘Tis Pity She Was A Whore – Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) ‘B’ Side (Download) – 2014
39. Can You Hear Me – Young Americans – 1975
40. Cygnet Committee – Space Oddity – 1969
41. Warszawa – Low – 1977
42. Breaking Glass – Low – 1977
43. Fantastic Voyage – Lodger – 1979
44. Slip Away – Heathen – 2002
45. All The Mad Men – The Man Who Sold The World – 1971
46. It’s Gonna Be Me – Young Americans – (1971 Sound + Vision Edition) – 1975
47. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
48. After All – The Man Who Sold The World – 1971
49. Kooks – Hunky Dory – 1971
50. Black Country Rock – The Man Who Sold The World – 1971
51. Hang On To Yourself – The Rise And Fall Of… – 1972
52. John, I’m Only Dancing – The Singles Collection – 1993 – 1972
53. Look Back In Anger – Lodger – 1979
54. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) [Gorgo Moroder Production] – OST or 12″ Single Download – 1982
55. Queen Bitch – Hunky Dory – 1971
56. Diamond Dogs – Diamond Dogs – 1974
57. What In The World – Low – 1977
58. Bring Me The Disco King – Reality – 2003
59. Neukoln – Heroes – 1977
60. Let’s Dance – Let’s Dance – 1983
61. Absolute Beginners – OST or Nothing Has Changed – 1986
62. Word On A Wing – Station To Station – 1976
63. China Girl – Let’s Dance – 1983
64. The Jean Genie – Aladdin Sane – 1973
65. Teenage Wildlife – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
66. Sons Of The Silent Age – Heroes – 1977
67. Something In The Air – Hours – 1999
68. Buddha Of Suburbia – Buddha Of Suburbia – 1993
69. The Hearts Filthy Lesson – 1. Outside – 1995
70. Hallo Spaceboy – 1. Outside – 1995
71. Shadow Man – Nothing Has Changed – 2001
72. Andy Warhol – Hunky Dory – 1971
73. It’s No Game (No.1) – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – 1980
74. Subterraneans – Low – 1977
75. The Drowned Girl – Baal Ep – 1982
76. D.J. – Lodger – 1979
77. African Night Flight – Lodger – 1979
78. Silly Boy Blue – The Deram Anthology – 1967
79. Drive In Saturday – Aladdin Sane – 1973
80. Win – Young Americans – 1975
81. Jump They Say – Black Tie, White Noise – 1973
82. Heathen (The Rays) – Heathen – 2002
83. Blackout – Heroes – 1977
84. 5.15 The Angels Have Gone – Heathen – 2002
85. Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix) – The Next Day (Extra) – 2013
86. Watch That Man – Aladdin Sane – 1973
87. 1984 – Diamond Dogs – 1974
88. Beauty And The Beast – Heroes – 1977
89. Big Brother/Chant Of The Skeletal Family – Diamond Dogs – 1974
90. I’m Deranged – 1. Outside – 1995
91. The London Boys – The Deram Anthology – 1966
92. Fall Dog Bombs The Moon – Reality – 2003
93. Lady Grinning Soul – Aladdin Sane – 1973
94. Joe The Lion – Heroes – 1977
95. V-2 Schneider – Heroes – 1977
96. Repetition – Lodger – 1979
97. Conversation Piece – Heathen (Bonus Disc) – 2002
98. Move On – Lodger – 1979
99. Time – Aladdin Sane – 1973
100. Let Me Sleep Beside You – The Deram Anthology – 1970

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Les 50 meilleurs albums de 2015 selon MOJO

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1. Julia Holter – Have You In My Wilderness
2. Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly
3. New Order – Music Complete
4. Tame Impala – Currents
5. Jim O’Rourke – Simple Songs
6. Bill Ryder Jones – West Kirby County Primary
7. Songhoy Blues – Music In Exile
8. Mbongwana Star – From Kinshasa
9. Sleaford Mods – Key Markets
10. Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
11. Bob Dylan – Shadows In The Night
12. Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just Sit
13. Low – Ones And Sixes
14. Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love
15. Richard Dawson – Nothing Important
16. D’angelo – Black Messiah
17. Hooton Tennis Club – Highest Point In Town
18. Blur – The Magic Whip
19. Joanna Newsom – Divers
20. Dungen – Allas Sak
21. Richard Thompson – Still
22. Young Fathers – White Men Are Black Men Too
23. John Grant – Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
24. Gaz Coombes – Matador
25. Paul Weller – Saturn’s Pattern
26. Wilco – Star Wars
27. Leon Bridges – Coming Home
28. Matthew E. White – Fresh Blood
29. Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside
30. Bill Fay – Who Is The Sender?
31. Ezra Firman – Perpetual Motion People
32. Jamie XX – In Colour
33. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Chasing Yesterday
34. Jason Isbell – Something More Than Free
35. The Libertines – Anthems For A Doomed Youth
36. Father John Misty – I Love You Honeybear
37. Promised Land Sound – For Use And Delight
38. Lonelady – Hinterland
39. Keith Richards – Crosseyed Heart
40. Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color
41. Kamasi Washington – The Epic
42. Boz Scaggs – A Fool To Care
43. Mark Ronson – Uptown Special
44. Ryley Walker – Primrose Green
45. The Weekend – Beauty Behind The Madness
46. Tobias Jesso Jr – Goon
47. Deerhunter – Faded Frontier
48. David Gilmour – Ratle That Lock
49. Ibeyi – Ibeya
50. Kurt Vile – B’lieve I’m Going Down…

Les 50 meilleurs albums de 2015 selon Rolling Stone

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1. Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly
2. Adele – 25
3. Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late
4. D’angelo & The Vanguard – Black Messiah
5. The Weekend – Beauty Behind The Madness
6. Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just Sit
7. Jason Isbell – Something More Than Free
8. Various Artists – Hamilton: Original Broadway Soundtrack
9. The Arcs – Yours Dreamily
10. Blur – The Magic Whip
11. Sleater-Kinney – No Cities Left
12. Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon
13. Tame Impala – Currents
14. Wilco – Star Wars
15. Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear
16. Jack U – Skrillex And Diplo Present Jacj U
17. Keith Richards – Crosseyed Heart
18. Boz Scaggs – A Fool To Care
19. Kurt Vile – B’lieve I’m Goin Down…
20. Don Henley – Cass County
21. Chris Stapleton – Traveller
22. Florence + The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
23. Mark Knopfler – Tracker
24. Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment – Surf
25. Darlene Love – Introducing Darlene Love
26. Future – DS2
27. Eric Church – Mr Misunderstood
28. Miguel – Wildheart
29. Joanna Newsom – Divers
30. Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Style
31. Leon Bridges – Coming Home
32. Jazmine Sullivan – Reality Show
33. Beach House – Depression Cherry
34. Marilyn Manson – The Pale Emperor
35. Vince Staples – Summertime ’06
36. Hop Along – Painted Shut
37. Alabama Shakes – Sound And Color
38. Ashley Monroe – The Blade
39. Muse – Drones
40. Songhoy Blues – Music In Exile
41. Kamasi Washington – The Epic
42. Bjork – Vulnicura
43. Selena Gomez – Revival
44. Rae Sremmurd – Sremmlife
45. Madonna – Rebel Heart
46. Rhiannon Giddens – Tomorrow Is My Turn
47. James Taylor – Before This World
48. Carly Rae Jepsen – Emotion
49. Bob Dylan – Shadows In The Night
50. Bomba Estereo – Amanecer

Les 50 meilleurs albums de 2015 selon NME

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1. Grimes – Art Angels
2. Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly
3. Jamie XX – In Colour
4. Wolf Alice – My Love Is Cool
5. Tame Impala – Currents
6. Chvrches – Every Open Eye
7. Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon
8. Foals – What Went Down
9. The Maccabees – Marks To Prove It
10. Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love
11. Kurt Vile – B’live I’m Goin’ Down
12. A$Ap Rocky – At.Long.Last.A$Ap
13. Sleater-Kinny – No Cities To Love
14. Deerhunter – Fading Frontier
15. Blur – The Magic Whip
16. Father John Misty – I Love You Honeybear
17. Joanna Newsom – Divers
18. Swim Deep – Mothers
19. The Weekend – Beauty Behind The Madness
20. Us Girls – Half Free
21. Shamir – Ratchet
22. Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just Sit
23. Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late
24. Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
25. Bjork – Vulnicura
26. Holly Herndon – Platform
27. Mac Demarco – Another One
28. Laura Marling – Short Movie
29. The Libertines – Anthems For A Doomed Youth
30. Fetty Wap – Fetty Wap
31. Slaves – Are You Satisfied?
32. Charli Xcx – Sucker
33. La Priest – Inji
34. Pond – Man It Feels Like Space Again
35. Coldplay – A Head Full Of Dreams
36. Carly Rea Jepson – Emotion
37. Future – Ds2
38. Drenge – Undertow
39. Young Fathers – White Men Are Black Men Too
40. Florence + The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
41. Muse – Drones
42. Miley Cyrus – Miley Cyrus And Her Dead Petz
43. Sleaford Mods – Key Markets
44. Young Thug – Barter 6
45. The Cribs – For All My Sisters
46. Viet Cong – Viet Cong
47. Bill Ryder Jones – West Kirby County Primary
48. New Order – Music Complete
49. Bring Me The Horizon – That’s The Sprit
50. Ryan Adams – 1989

David Bowie : Heroes (1977)

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L’inheroesspiration, la passion, l’envie ne sont pas que l’apanage des artistes !! Elles sont aussi une source d’énergie pour un critique comme je le suis !! Sans elles, Je n’aurais jamais su écrire autant de chroniques.  Sans elles, je n’ai pas su me remettre « sérieusement » devant un clavier pour délivrer ma bonne parole pendant plusieurs années (4 !), préférant me consacrer à d’autres projets. J’avais pourtant des idées à revendre, avec lot de concepts, de théories, de plaidoyers pour des sous genres, des oubliés, des génies, des ratés, suite à mes découvertes musicales, mes rencontres, mes discussions, mes réflexions. Mais cela ne débouchait pas par un écrit. Il a fallu la mort d’une  des plus grandes figures du rock David Bowie le 10 janvier 2016 pour enfin me décider à écrire une chronique ; chronique en forme d’hommage. Car David Bowie, plus que sa musique, est mon modèle dans ma philosophie de vie. Pour faire bref (et réducteur, pour certains), On est soit un rolling stone soit un Bowie dans sa vie. Soit on creuse toujours dans le même sillon, quitte à se répéter, à s’enterrer, soit on décide de se renouveler, de changer, d’anticiper pour éviter de rouiller. Je pense sincèrement que l’homme du XXIème siècle  doit avoir soif de savoirs,  de projets, de risques pour donner un sens à son existence. L’audace est pour tous ! David Bowie était de cette trempe avec ses vies, ses hauts, ses bas. Depuis le début de l’ère du court terme, il avait su rester une référence, avoir un temps d’avance, envers et contre tous. Regardez « Heroes », quelle prise de risques ! , quel renouvellement !, quelle référence ! En 1977, camé de son expérience américaine, Bowie vient s’expatrier à Berlin Ouest pour renaitre de ses cendres. La musique  de l’album oscille entre le rock et l’expérimental, l’accessibilité et l’innovation, le blanc et le noir.  Heroes est ce genre de disque fondateur qui vient s’inspirer de différents genres/influences pour créer une ambiance particulière qui vous prend à la peau, comme l’avait été Ziggy Stardust en son temps. Mais Heroes ne serait rien sans Robert Fripp, leader de King Crimson à la guitare et surtout sans Brian Eno à la production. Il reste encore aujourd’hui le pape de la musique « cérébrale » (Vous savez celle pas évidente d’accès mais qui ne vous lâche plus dès que vous avez assimilé les codes). Il a fait le son du Bowie Berlinois : froid, distant, rageur, mystérieux. Avec ces deux-là,  Bowie a tout simplement construit des autoroutes là où il y avait des chemins, mis en lumière leurs travaux dans ce sous genre qu’est l’ambient. Comme souvent, le succès n’est pas  l’histoire d’un homme mais d’hommes.

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