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专辑名:Once I Was An Eagle
歌手:Laura Marling
发行时间:2013-05-27

简介:如果你也喜欢在周末午后慵懒的晒太阳,如果你也喜欢在一个人的时候喝点小酒,如果你也喜欢温暖一点、自在一点,却不过分可爱的声音,那你一定要听听这位来自英国的创作歌手Laura Marling,歌声柔软、温暖、自由自在,多了点知性少了点造作,温润的吉他与时而低吟时而高亢的歌唱,自由穿梭的音符,跑在高脚杯边缘,等一个在星期天午后的慵懒微醺。 目前23岁的她,在16岁曾参与过Noah and the Whale乐团的背景人声,并在18岁时开始独唱演出的Laura Marling从出道以来饱受英国媒体好评,曾两次入围英国水星奖及多项大奖,并获得2011年Brit Awards最佳英国女歌手及2011年NME大奖最佳独唱歌手。她的最新专辑Once I Was An Eagle同时也入选了NME「五月份最令人期待的专辑」。 (By Jying Chang) Laura Marling has accomplished an awful lot at 23 — four strong albums, armloads of awards — but what’s more remarkable is the way the U.K. folksinger has gotten to this point. Marling’s songs dig well beyond the everyday, with each sung in a wise, dusky, brooding voice that always seems in control of its surroundings. She can perform ornate ballads about dashed romance, but Marling sounds equally comfortable posturing confidently in “Devil’s Resting Place,” whose words could just as easily fuel a stomping Jack White jam. (Seriously, he should cover it just to prove the point.) The devil pops up several times in Once I Was an Eagle, but Marling views him a peer as often as he’s a tormentor. He represents only one of the recurring threads woven into the fabric of a hypnotically pretty record that’s not easily unpacked: Its first four songs flow together so seamlessly, in word and sound, that they appear at first to belong to a single shimmering 16-minute relationship postmortem. All of Marling’s vocal and guitar parts on Once I Was an Eagle were recorded in a single day — especially remarkable, given how frequently they remain in the spotlight throughout the album’s 63-minute running time. But the singer takes a longer and more important journey along the way: As these 16 subtly inventive songs unfold, her fearless, blood-and-guts earthiness makes room for warmth and openness that’s even more complex and rewarding.

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如果你也喜欢在周末午后慵懒的晒太阳,如果你也喜欢在一个人的时候喝点小酒,如果你也喜欢温暖一点、自在一点,却不过分可爱的声音,那你一定要听听这位来自英国的创作歌手Laura Marling,歌声柔软、温暖、自由自在,多了点知性少了点造作,温润的吉他与时而低吟时而高亢的歌唱,自由穿梭的音符,跑在高脚杯边缘,等一个在星期天午后的慵懒微醺。 目前23岁的她,在16岁曾参与过Noah and the Whale乐团的背景人声,并在18岁时开始独唱演出的Laura Marling从出道以来饱受英国媒体好评,曾两次入围英国水星奖及多项大奖,并获得2011年Brit Awards最佳英国女歌手及2011年NME大奖最佳独唱歌手。她的最新专辑Once I Was An Eagle同时也入选了NME「五月份最令人期待的专辑」。 (By Jying Chang) Laura Marling has accomplished an awful lot at 23 — four strong albums, armloads of awards — but what’s more remarkable is the way the U.K. folksinger has gotten to this point. Marling’s songs dig well beyond the everyday, with each sung in a wise, dusky, brooding voice that always seems in control of its surroundings. She can perform ornate ballads about dashed romance, but Marling sounds equally comfortable posturing confidently in “Devil’s Resting Place,” whose words could just as easily fuel a stomping Jack White jam. (Seriously, he should cover it just to prove the point.) The devil pops up several times in Once I Was an Eagle, but Marling views him a peer as often as he’s a tormentor. He represents only one of the recurring threads woven into the fabric of a hypnotically pretty record that’s not easily unpacked: Its first four songs flow together so seamlessly, in word and sound, that they appear at first to belong to a single shimmering 16-minute relationship postmortem. All of Marling’s vocal and guitar parts on Once I Was an Eagle were recorded in a single day — especially remarkable, given how frequently they remain in the spotlight throughout the album’s 63-minute running time. But the singer takes a longer and more important journey along the way: As these 16 subtly inventive songs unfold, her fearless, blood-and-guts earthiness makes room for warmth and openness that’s even more complex and rewarding.