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The Way I Feel

Remy Shand

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The problem with neo-soul is that its advocates are quick to celebrate artists that capture the merest essence of the form — elements that are clearly reminiscent of Stevie, Curtis, Sly, Marvin, even Prince — without caring whether the songs themselves are all that memorable. Usually, what matters is the feel and the mannerisms, as evidenced by D'Angelo's praised, mannered second album. Even acclaimed artists like Alicia Keys are praised for what they could be as much as for what they are. This is the background that makes Remy Shand's debut album, The Way I Feel, such a surprise. By all accounts, Shand should not be a musician that gets it right — he's a clean, white, middle-class twentysomething, raised on records that were made well before his birth. Sometimes, this background is evident in the production, when he and co-executive producer Steve Warden rely on sounds that evoke classic early-'70s soul, or in Shand's slightly affected falsetto, but those are exceptions to the rule on The Way I Feel, because the album's foundation is built on classic songwriting — sturdy, tuneful songs that are deceptively simple in their structure but reveal their strength through repeated listens. They're winning upon the first listen, since they have a sweet, sultry feel delivered smoothly and assuredly, but so does most neo-soul — it's the repeated plays that reveal that the songs themselves are the most seductive thing about the album, not the lush, post-Philly soul production, or the fact that Remy Shand played nearly every instrument on this record. Yes, he's indebted to his idols, but no more than the Strokes are to theirs — and this is the romantic soul flip side of Is This It's invigorating slice of traditionalism, which means even if you've heard and loved music like this before, you'll soon be swayed by the sound, skill, and sheer joy of this debut, one of the very best of its kind.

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Sublime

Un classique sorti initalement sur le mythique label Motown (qui n'avait pas pris une aussi bonne décision depuis longtemps!). Shand n'a pas seulement la plus belle voix blanche de la soul, c'est tout simplement un chanteur au niveau des plus grands de ces dernieres années (D'Angelo, Bilal, Maxwell). Ses compositions sont marquées par la soul des années 70, mais ont une couleur unique. Ecoutez-le, vous ne pouvez pas etre décus! :-)

genial

album vraiment genial il n y a vraiment rien à jetter c'est uste dommage que depuis 2002 plus rien , une voix unique et envoutante je conseille à tout les VRAIS amateurs de soul incroyable une voix blance de cette qualité à acheter d'urgence

Biographie

Né(e) : 1978 à Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre : R&B/Soul

Années d’activité : '00s

Remy Shand emerged on to the neo-soul circuit in 2002 with The Way I Feel, a potent canon of songs inspired by classic Motown and Memphis soul. Primarily home-schooled in his native Vancouver, Shand began raiding his parents record collection at an early age — soaking up a wide range of jazz, soul, and R&B, with Marvin Gaye's classic Here, My Dear having a profound influence on his musical direction. Dropping out of high school to study and pursue music full-time, Shand played as a session...
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