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Talib Kweli -《Gutter Rainbows》[Deluxe Version][iTunes Plus AAC]

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    发行时间2011年01月25日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Gutter Rainbows
歌手Talib Kweli
音乐风格嘻哈/说唱
版本[Deluxe Version][iTunes Plus AAC]
发行时间2011年01月25日
地区美国
语言英语
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唱片公司: 2011 Javotti Media/3D
音乐类型: Hip-Hop/Rap
压缩比率: 256K iTunes Plus AAC
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出生于纽约布鲁克林的Talib Kweli从小就有文学创作的天赋,高中时开始对Hiphop音乐有一定兴趣,并认识了好友Dante Smith也就是纽约大名鼎鼎的地下说唱好手Mos Def,更加影响了Talib Kweli对Hiphop音乐的探索。1994年他又认识了另一个对他影响较深的人Tony Cottrell也就是DJ Hi-Tek,并参加了Hi-Tek所属组合的唱片Mood的制作。之后Talib Kweli分别和Mos Def以及Hi-Tek合作发行了两张专辑,收到了评论界的好评。2002年,Kweli开始了自己独立的事业,发行了首张专辑<Quality>,当时名不见经传的制作人Kanye West为他制作了"Get By"成了一时的热门单曲。<The Beautiful Struggle>是Talib Kweli的第二张个人专辑。这张发行于2004年秋的专辑无疑成为Talib Kweli最为商业化的专辑,一些着名的歌手以及制作人纷纷参与了这一专辑的合作,之后Talib Kweli与环球解约,转签Koch唱片。   
Talib Kweli可谓东海岸饶舌阵营中最耀眼的一颗明星。早在上世纪90年代,他便是当时地下饶舌最具才华的团体之一Reflection Eternal的核心成员。Reflection Eternal解体后,Talib Kweli更曾经与纽约地下饶舌大腕Mos Def共组当年被誉为A Tribe Called Quest接班人的Black Star团体,只可惜组队时间不长。2004年Talib Kweli 发行了他的第一张个人专辑《Beautiful Struggle》 销量不错。   终于开始做个人发展的Talib Kweli虽然在去年凭借一首重新混音的《Get By》成为CLUB里少男少女们的偶像,但在这一年中他仍有非常多纯地下作品发表,可见在取得商业成功的同时,他始终还是心系地下Hip-Hop在音乐本身上所具有的创造力。

前不久,Talib Kweli进行了一系列动作:首先是"内部"小范围发行他的一张MIXTAPE:《Blacksmith: The Movement》,紧接正式对外发行他的第二张个人专辑《Liberation》。这张专辑是和Oakland(奥克兰)最好的制作人Madlib在网上合作完成的,里面的全部10首单曲均是"网络歌曲"(笑),而现在他正准备着他第三张个人专辑:《Ear Drum》。
  
在谈到他为什么会通过网络进行合作时,Talib Kweli说:“我最初的目的就是为了好玩(just for fun),可当我开始认真着手《Ear Drum》时,发现Madlib已经给我提供了400多首BEAT,我心想‘嘿,哥们,你总不能把这些好东西全部放在奶奶的箱子里吧?’所以,我和他完成了《Liberation》这张专辑。在刚开始时,我想到过放弃,因为这些BEAT里有太多采样和别人的一样,但当我看到Madlib是在很用心的做这些东西时,我便不去管那么多了。毕竟,这是我的音乐。”   

Talib Kweli的制作人可以说是一直很优秀,从最早的Mos, Hi-Tek 到现在的Madlib,个个都是能独挡一面的人物。Talib Kweli自己也对他们非常钦佩,他说:“历史上有很多很优秀的制作人,他们不仅能为他人制作出好的音乐,好的唱片,也能为自己做出牛B的专辑。Hi-Tek, Dr. Dre, 9th Wonder以及其他很多人都能够做到这样。当然,Madlib也一样是个优秀的制作人。可我有时候觉得自己就像 Jay Dilla(死了很久了) 一样,抱着一大堆的BEAT却不知道用哪个好,有时确实很头疼,你知道,每个都很不错。所以我要抓住每一个机会去尽我所能的唱好每一首歌。(天啊....为什么就不会拿出来分享)当我有一天成长为一个音乐家(你?音乐家?开什么玩笑!)时,我也可以用不同的声音来尝试不同的效果,做真正自己的音乐。我相信我的FANS们依旧会喜欢我的。”   

在对于hip-hop is dead的问题上,Talib Kweli也有他自己的看法。“我认为HIP-HOP正处在一个伟大的时代里。我想人们在谈论HIP-HOP时往往都会想到商业,暴力甚至毒品等等,而他们却依旧在听电台里每天播放的TOP-10歌曲。我不想把他们分开,要知道,HIP-HOP和RAP是一体的。我们都是听着Run-D.M.C长大的,不管你说过多少遍“I'm just a hustler, not a rapper” (这句经典啊),哥们,你知道你还是爱RAP的。我宁愿听到你说你贩毒很牛B,也不愿听到你说你不爱饶舌。在我心中真正的HIP-HOP比BET或者MTV要重要的多,所以,我把我生命中的所有精力都放在这上面,要知道,没有HIP-HOP,就没有我。”


引用(iTunes)
Biography
If skills sold, Talib Kweli would have been one of the most commercially successful rappers of his time. As it was, however, the earnest MC became one of the most critically successful rappers of his time, which dawned in the late '90s when he rapped alongside Mos Def and DJ Hi-Tek as part of the group Black Star. This trio of up-and-comers and their widely acclaimed self-titled 1998 album debut, Black... ...More
If skills sold, Talib Kweli would have been one of the most commercially successful rappers of his time. As it was, however, the earnest MC became one of the most critically successful rappers of his time, which dawned in the late '90s when he rapped alongside Mos Def and DJ Hi-Tek as part of the group Black Star. This trio of up-and-comers and their widely acclaimed self-titled 1998 album debut, Black Star, helped make Rawkus Records one of the premier underground rap outposts of the late '90s. Kweli and Hi-Tek then collaborated as a duo on Reflection Eternal (2000), which firmly established them apart from Mos Def, who had gone solo. For a moment there, Kweli and his Rawkus associates seemed like a full-fledged movement — a return to the sort of hip-hop associated with the so-called golden age. However, it wasn't to be. Rawkus somehow lost its momentum, and its roster sadly dispersed, leaving Kweli on his own to carry the torch. He continued his output, beginning with a proper solo debut, Quality (2002), and though he didn't rack up towering sales numbers, he remained a critical favorite. In fact, he was one of the most admired and respected rappers on the major-label circuit during the mid-2000s, best evidenced by Jay-Z's famous Black Album rhyme: "If skills sold, truth be told/I'd probably be, lyrically, Talib Kweli."

Born in Brooklyn as the eldest of two sons born to college professors, Kweli's first name, Talib, is an Arabic name meaning "the seeker or student," while his last name is a Ghanaian name meaning "of truth or knowledge." He began developing his literary gift in elementary school, when he'd write short stories, poems, and that sort of stuff. It wasn't until years later in high school that he turned to hip-hop as an outlet for his self-expression. There in high school he met a young Dante Smith, better known today as Mos Def. This fateful meeting further drew Kweli toward hip-hop, and another fateful meeting further convinced him that he had a bright future as an MC. During a 1994 trip to Cincinnati he met Tony Cottrell, aka DJ Hi-Tek, who at the time was part of a local rap group called Mood. Kweli impressed Hi-Tek during their time together, and the DJ invited the MC to guest on several tracks for Mood's 1997 album Doom. Shortly afterward, Kweli and Hi-Tek formed a partnership as Reflection Eternal and recorded "Fortified Live," which a then-fledging Rawkus label released on its first Soundbombing compilation.

A year later in 1998, the two invited Mos Def into the mix, and the Black Star album resulted. And with it came a steady downpour of critical acclaim that turned these guys into media darlings overnight. They might not have sold millions of albums, but Kweli, Hi-Tek, and Mos Def most certainly impressed a great many people, among them critics, fellow rap artists, and a lot of folks who enjoyed a good old-fashioned hip-hop album with an emphasis on beats, rhymes, and life — not dramatized gunplay or interpolations of proven pop songs. That was the end of Black Star, however. In 1999 Mos Def released his debut solo album, Black on Both Sides, and turned away from music and toward an acting career, leaving Kweli and Hi-Tek on their own. The duo returned to their Reflection Eternal partnership and released an album of the same name in 2000. It spawned a few minor hits: "Move Somethin'" and "The Blast."

When Kweli returned with his Quality album in 2002, things had changed a bit. For one, he was truly solo. Mos Def was long gone, and Hi-Tek was off focusing on his own solo career as a for-hire producer. So Quality featured Kweli collaborating with a host of different artists, among them a young and promising yet still largely unknown producer named Kanye West. "Get By" was the fruit of Kweli's collaboration with West, and it became the rapper's biggest hit to date, aided quite a bit by a non-album remix featuring Jay-Z of all people. The remix got a lot of radio play, but still, Quality didn't put up Jay-Z numbers and Kweli remained a critical favorite, a reputation cemented all the more in late 2003 when Jigga gave him the aforementioned high-profile shoutout in "Moment of Clarity."

All of this set the stage very well for The Beautiful Struggle, which dropped in fall 2004. The expectations for the album were gargantuan because of the Jay-Z rhyme, and also because a great many hip-hop disciples felt Kweli was long overdue for a commercial breakthrough. The album was undoubtedly his most commercial effort to date, featuring a few token radio-ready hook singers like Mary J. Blige and Anthony Hamilton, not to mention a roster of hitmaking producers like the Neptunes, Just Blaze, and Kanye. It was also Kweli's most self-conscious to date, however, as it was well apparent that the commercial pressures had begun to affect his mindset. He responded by splitting from his distributor, Universal, and lying low for a while, releasing a stopgap mixtape, Right About Now (2005) via Koch.

In anticipation of his next solo album, Kweli collaborated with producer Madlib on the digital-only Liberation, which was made available as a free download during the first week of 2007 on the Stones Throw website. Finally, in August of that same year, Kweli issued the full-length album Eardrum on his own label, Blacksmith, via a partnership with Warner Brothers. Debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 and selling about 60,000 copies in its first week, Eardrum was Kweli's best-selling album to date and features beats from not only Madlib but also Hi-Tek, Kanye West, Pete Rock, and will.i.am, among others, and features guests like Norah Jones, UGK, Justin Timberlake, and Strong Arm Steady.



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专辑曲目

01. After the Rain
02. Gutter Rainbows
03. So Low
04. Palookas (featuring Sean Price)
05. Mr. International (featuring Nigel Hall)
06. I’m on One
07. Wait for You (featuring Kendra Ross)
08. Ain’t Waiting (featuring Outasight)
09. Cold Rain
10. Friends & Family
11. Tater Tot
12. How You Love Me (featuring Blaq Toven)
13. Uh Oh (featuring Jean Grae)
14. Self Savior (featuring Chace Infinite)
15. How You Love Me (live from BK Bowl) (featuring Blaq Toven) [Bonus Track]
16. Go Now (featuring Iron Solomon and Jean Grae) [Bonus Track]

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