ARTIST:

ROZEDALE

(FRANCE)
TITLE:

ROZEDALE

(2021)
LABEL:

AUTRE LABEL

GENRE:

ROCK

TAGS:
Easy-Listening, Female vocals, Melancholic
"With its assumed pop rock orientation, Rozedale forsakes blues somewhat to offer a new pleasant and immediate album."
CALGEPO (28.05.2021)  
3/5
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Rozedale is above all a musical couple formed by Amandyn Roses (vocals) and Charlie Fabert (guitars). It was during a concert at the famous Nancy music school a few years ago that the first one fell in love with the second. It must be said that the guitarist has an already impressive pedigree, notably through his collaboration with Fred Chapellier who "initiated" him to the blues. Amadyn got in touch with the musician to meet him and like any self-respecting fairy tale, they got married artistically and had many albums...

After a first record tinged with blues-rock released in 2017 well received by the public and critics ("Long Way To Go"), the group mutated into Rozedale with a "Z" as "Zen" for a record that claims the term. "Rozedale" is less guitar oriented than the previous album, even if it often manifests as in "Burning" with a solo of Louis Bertignac in luxury guest. The album appears more balanced, as if the group wanted to redistribute the roles between the music and the chameleon voice of Amandyn.

The singer shows the extent of her talent in various registers as the intimate electro-acoustic ballad 'Somewhere In The Mess' which closes the album. Amandyn also knows how to be energetic and luminous ('Shine') and showing a beautiful control. Sometimes this variety is found in the same title ('Where Love Goes (Heartache Follows)') attenuating the linear aspect of certain songs. If the setting is ideal to speak about love and human relations, the group offers itself a small incursion in the "social" song with the only title interpreted in French, written by Cali, 'Ce Soir je t'aime' in the rock dynamism and in the strong live potential.

With a more pop orientation, Rozedale asserts its will to renew itself and not to be locked in a category. This new album is overall very well mastered and offers melodies that are easily memorable and immediate. It suffers perhaps from too much control, leaving little room to spontaneity as the blues can offer, which would have allowed to gain in relief. However, one should not be picky and greet this fleeting pleasure that constitutes the listening of "Rozedale".


More informations on https://www.facebook.com/rozedaleband/



SIMILAR BANDS:
FRED CHAPELLIER, COCK ROBIN


TRACK LISTING:
01. Ghost For You
02. Brand New Slate
03. Shine
04. Burning
05. Where Love Goes (heartache Follows)
06. Ce Soir Je T'aime
07. Can't Get Enough (of Your Love)
08. Before I Go
09. At The End Of The Day
10. Somewhere In The Mess

LINEUP:
Amandyn: Chant
Charlie Fabert: Guitares
   
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LOLO_THE_BEST59
26/06/2021
 
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Bravo Rozedale pour cet opus finement interprété et bien chanté. J'ai du mal à comprendre les réserves émises par mes compères, pour ma part je trouve les titres bien travaillés, avec un bel équilibre entre les moments enlevés et plus calmes. Je l'ai fait écouter autour de moi et l'accueil est plutôt chaleureux
NEWF
28/05/2021
  1
Est-ce qu'il n'y a que moi qui trouve que la chanteuse est le sosie de Maggie Siff ?
TONYB
28/05/2021
  0
Sympa ce single, ça donne envie d'en écouter un peu plus
THIBAUTK
28/05/2021
  0
C'est pas follichon tout ça. C'est très lisse avec un son très typé années soixante-dix...
TORPEDO
28/05/2021
  0
Une pop/rock sympa, enluminée par les petites interventions de guitare (pas assez nombreuses à mon gout).
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