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Beck (1) (1970–)

Autor(a) de Odelay

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Beck (1) foi considerado como pseudónimo de Beck Hansen.

45+ Works 691 Membros 8 Críticas

Obras por Beck

Foram atribuídas obras ao autor também conhecido como Beck Hansen.

Odelay (1996) 102 exemplares
Mellow Gold (1994) 58 exemplares
Song Reader (2012) 57 exemplares
Midnite Vultures (1999) 50 exemplares
Playing with Matches (1998) 48 exemplares
Guero (2005) 42 exemplares
Mutations (1994) 36 exemplares
The Information (2006) 33 exemplares
Morning Phase (2014) 31 exemplares
Modern Guilt (2008) 28 exemplares
Colors (2017) 19 exemplares
One Foot in the Grave (1994) 15 exemplares
Hyperspace (1993) 14 exemplares
Loser (1994) 12 exemplares
Guerolito (2005) — Artist — 7 exemplares
Where It's At (1999) 4 exemplares
Boogaloo to Beck: A Tribute (2003) — Compositor — 4 exemplares
Sexx Laws (1999) 3 exemplares
Devil's Haircut Pt.1 3 exemplares
Jack Ass (1997) 2 exemplares
The Mutations Conversations (1998) 1 exemplar
Deadweight 1 exemplar
Beck Bloc Party 1 exemplar
Odelay (sheet music) (1997) 1 exemplar
9/26/05 1 exemplar
"Diskobox" 1 exemplar
8/8/97 1 exemplar
10/31/02 1 exemplar
Golden Feelings 1 exemplar
"Deadweight" 1 exemplar
Beercan 1 exemplar
Mixed Bizness (2000) 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Foram atribuídas obras ao autor também conhecido como Beck Hansen.

The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2005 (2005) — Introdução — 617 exemplares
Elliott Smith (2007) — Prefácio — 112 exemplares
Moulin Rouge!: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2001) — Contribuidor — 87 exemplares
Director's Series, Vol. 3 - The Work of Director Michel Gondry (2003) — Contribuidor — 26 exemplares
Twilight: Eclipse: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2010) — Contribuidor — 14 exemplares
Cracker Island (2023) — Contribuidor — 6 exemplares
Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez (2020) — Contribuidor — 4 exemplares
DGC Rarities Vol. 1 [sound recording] — Contribuidor — 3 exemplares
Annie: Original 2014 Motion Picture Soundtrack (2014) — Performer — 2 exemplares
For That Beautiful Feeling — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: Original Score (2010) — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar


Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Nome legal
Campbell, Bec David (born)
Outros nomes
Hansen, Beck
Data de nascimento
Local de nascimento
Los Angeles, California, USA
Hansen, Al (grandfather)




August 8, 1997

Great Woods

Mansfield, MA

H.O.R.D.E. Festival, Main Stage

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1 DJ Swamp (Are You Ready?)

2 Devils Haircurt

3 Novocane

4 The New Pollution

5 Lord Only Knows

6 Minus

7 Loser

8 Sissyneck

9 Derelict

10 Pay No Mind (Snoozer)

11 Truckdrivin' Neighbors Downstairs (Yellow Sweat)

12 One Foot In The Grave

13 Jack-Ass

14 Where's It At

15 Medley

16 High 5 (Rock The Catskills)

Beck performed at nine of the dates on the 1997 H.O.R.D.E. tour. I happened to catch this night. I actually came away from this show not really digging Beck but I got more into him as time went on. My personal favorite was seeing him in NYC with the Flaming Lips as his band after Sea Change came out. Wow.
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burningdervish | Nov 29, 2016 |
Beck w/The Flaming Lips

October 31, 2002

Beacon Theatre

New York, NY

MA? > ? > CD > EAC > TLH > FLAC

This show consisted of the Flaming Lips doing an opening set, Beck performing solo acoustic and then the Lips returning to serve as Beck's backup band. I only have the Beck set (acoustic and with the Lips). I would really dig the Lips opening set, hint hint...

I don't know the precise lineage, I'm sorry, but I do have a setlist.

Disc One

1. Guess I?m Doing Fine

2. Lazy Flies

3. Bottle of Blues

4. Sunday Sun

5. Do You Realize - The Golden Age

6. Lord Only Knows

7. Tropicalia

8. Get Real Paid

9. Cold Brains

10. It?s All in Your Mind

11. Lonesome Tears

Disc Two

1. Loser

2. Little One

3. Round the Bend

4. Lost Cause

5. Where it?s At

6. Paper Tiger

7. Nicotine & Gravy

8. Devil?s Haircut
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burningdervish | Nov 29, 2016 |
Product Details

* Audio CD (September 24, 2002)
* Original Release Date: 2000
* Number of Discs: 1
* Label: Interscope
* ASIN: B00006F7S4
* In-Print Editions: Audio CD
* Average Customer Review: based on 464 reviews. (Write a review.)
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Editorial Reviews
Beck is bummed. Really bummed. And if song titles such as "Lost Cause," "Lonesome Tears," "Already Dead," and "Nothing I Haven't Seen" don't make the point, his achingly sad lyrics and Sea Change's unerringly downcast sound do. While 1998's Mutations--arguably the singer-songwriter's masterwork and Sea Change's spiritual cousin--was filled with unflinching self-examination, moments of levity were found in songs like "Tropicalia." Not so on Sea Change. Beck's woozy, almost narcoleptic delivery seems to amplify the set's sense of ennui. But sad isn't necessarily bad, and despite the somber tone, there's much to praise, not the least of which is the return of producer Nigel Goderich (Mutations, Radiohead), who wraps Beck's gloom in a dreamy, warm blanket of soft strings and floating bleeps and gurgles. Like Daniel Lanois, Goderich is all about vibe, and even Beck's most bare-bones songs benefit from billowy atmospherics. That's especially true of "Paper Tiger," a restless, slowly building epic improbably propelled by a languid orchestra and Beck's expressionless drone. The inky black feel of "Round the Bend"--a glacially slow dirge with muffled vocals--may be the darkest thing Beck's ever written, not counting the very grim "Already Dead." Whatever's going on in Beck's world, at least we know he's purging, which, all things considered, may be better for his soul than ours. --Kim Hughes
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160 of 166 people found the following review helpful:
WARNING, May 26, 2003
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I was having lunch in a vegetarian restaurant in Seattle when I heard this great song being played over the restaurants sound system. The singer sounded like he was accompanied by the philharmonic orchestra. I asked the waiter what was playing and he said; Beck's Sea Change. The song playing was Lonesome Tears, and I know that much because after finishing lunch I went right out and bought the CD. I am over fifty years old and mostly listen to folk music (hank dogs, hem, gillian welch, folkers like that)so buying a Beck CD was kind of out of my range. I have discovered that in the most unusual musical way that Sea Change is actually addicting. I would put a label on this CD: Warning, may be habit forming! I see that it has been referred to as a downer, a bummer, that Beck is in transition from some dark place. Do not let that steer you off course from Sea Change. The music just takes you along on this sea of sensation, and not once have I felt brought down by it. Infact it seems to put me at ease, as if I have surrendered my anxiety. I can listen to it on my way to work in the morning and last thing at night and its effect seems to have the same results, I want to play it all over again. Thank you for sharing your formidable talent,Beck. I expect your next CD to be something entirely different as that is your apparent musical nature.

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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful:
Absolute Beauty, October 3, 2002
Reviewer: Brooks Williams (Alton, IL United States) - See all my reviews
You've got to wonder what Beck's ex-girlfriend is feeling right now. Imagine this, your boyfriend of nine years, whom you've recently broken up with, has just released an sad album on which *every* song is about his post-breakup depression. On top of that, the album received five-stars from Rolling Stone (only the second this year) and is considered by many to be an instant classic. The ex-boyfriend is Beck and his album is called Sea Change.

The music is deceptively simple and beautiful. The wackiness of Beck's previous efforts is gone and the blatant weirdness is replaced by an backward sincerity. Musically and lyrically, this album is very real. The music creates a soft bed upon which Beck's voice floats over, lands on, and sinks into. The vocal performance is in stark contrast to the "heartfelt" pop-vocal performances of today. Beck is whispering his sorrows in our collective ear, rather than screaming at us. It is a very bold and personal effort.

Sea Change, while not yet being called a concept album, seems to follow the appropriate rules for a concept album. The first song, "Golden Age" sets up the mood and the situation. "Put your hands on the wheel / Let the golden age begin / Let the window down / Feel the moonlight in your skin / Let the desert wind cool your aching head / Let the weight of the world drift away instead" Beck is welcoming us into his melancholy world, telling you to hold on, allow his sadness (moonlight) to touch you, and escape into his pain. Likewise, the song's instrumentation begins simply with an acoustic guitar and ends with a kind of electronic white noise.

The last song, "Side Of The Road", wraps up the journey by returning the listener to the road; the trip is over. The instrumentation is back to traditional acoustic instruments, no electronic blips and beeps. In the end, Beck tells us, "On a borrowed dime / In a different light / You might see what / The other side looks like / ...Let it pass / On the side of the road/ What a friend could tell me now" In essence, I think Beck is saying that now that you've seem my misery, know that it doesn't have to be your own experience -- in fact, you'd probably be better off letting it simply pass.

It's hard to choose a favorite song since they all kind of run into each other and maintain a consistent mood. Truth be told, every song is great, every song is beautiful. Each listen seems to bring more understanding and more insight into Beck's sadness. Immediate standouts include the opener, "The Golden Age", as well as "Guess I'm Doing Fine", "Lost Cause", "Nothing I Haven't Seen", and "Sunday Sun".

It's a great album. There is emotion in every note, every word. Behind all the pain and sadness there is beauty and possibly even joy. It's easily the best album I've heard all year and ranks among my favorites of all time. It's part Harvest-era Neil Young, part Air, with a healthy dose of Nick Cave thrown in for good measure. But all those different components come together to create something unique, something truly honest. Sea Changes is a personal look into Beck's emotions and inner thoughts. It's something that shouldn't be missed.

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Product Details

* Audio CD (November 23, 1999)
* Original Release Date: 2000
* Number of Discs: 1
* Label: Interscope Records
* Catalog Number: 490485
* ASIN: B000030009
* Other Editions: Audio Cassette | LP Record
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When Beck mangles folk, hip-hop, country, blues, and lo-fi rock into a unique sonic species, he pays homage to his influences in a way that is utterly entertaining. Indeed, the alt-rock vagabond is responsible for some of the 1990s' most indispensable music. In his lesser moments, however, Beck's attempts at emulating his preceptors fall flat, creating only B-grade versions of the genuine articles. Midnite Vultures splits down the middle between the great Beck and the not-so-great Beck. About half the album gorges on retro pulp fiction, a "Becksploitation," if you will, where his relatively straightforward impersonations shortchange his influences. On the slow-burn soul tracks "Peaches and Cream" and "Debra" or the 808-driven tributary "Hlwd. Freaks," he lacks the pipes, heart, and history to pass as a legitimate double-breasted soul man or old-school rapper. The other half, finding Beck in his element, is exhilarating. His unfaltering studio mastery is especially evident on standouts such as the horn-punched "Sexx Laws," the steamy, slap-bass-blasted "Nicotine and Gravy," and the wah-wah bombast of "Mixed Bizness." The album proves that Beck playing the straight-up funkateer will never match ranks with the raw talents of Marvin Gaye, George Clinton, or Prince, but as long as he adheres to more inventive genre splicing, he remains compelling in his own right. --Beth Massa

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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
Man.... this guy is talented!, September 9, 2002
Reviewer: J. Carmichael (Virginia Beach, VA USA) - See all my reviews
My favorite Beck cd. Some of the lyrics make me laugh, and the music is catchy. This album displays a pantheon of influences. Styles range from soul to rap to rock and all points in between. I play this cd on repeat.

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Let's Make It Funky.., August 29, 2003
Reviewer: A. Bubul (PA) - See all my reviews
Midnute Vultures, whoa. What an album. You wouldn't think a loser like Beck could party so hard, but he pulls it off quite well. Fans of Odelay may be dissappointed with this record, but any openminded listeners should get a lot out of it. Beck's offkilter rhymes are bizarre as ever, but this time, they're backed up by ridiculously tight funk grooves instead of guitar rock. My favorite song is Mixed Bizness, offering more sick rhymes, a sicker break (I want to know if I'm worth your time..) and further embellishments. It kind of sounds like Kraftwerk if they ever incorporated heavy funk into their electronic drones. This album basically departs from all else Beck has ever put his name on. It's nothing like his other albums, but the rehashed funk/soul vibe is as invigorating as anything else Beck has set his heart to. Recommended.
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