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Name:Lenny Kravitz Live De La Semaine DVBS 2008 JUST

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Artist.......: Lenny Kravitz
Album........: Live de la Semaine
Label........: n/a
Genre........: Rock
Catnr........: n/a
Source.......: DVBS
Rip.date.....: Apr-01-2008
Str.date.....: Mar-28-2008
Quality......: VBR/44,1Hz/Joint-Stereo
Url..........: http://www.lennykravitz.com/

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Live de la Semaine

01. St?hane Saunier - Intro
02. Lenny Kravitz - Bring it on
03. Lenny Kravitz - I'll be waiting
04. Lenny Kravitz - Always on the run
05. Lenny Kravitz - Let love rule
06. Lenny Kravitz - Love revolution
07. Lenny Kravitz - Are you gonna go my way
08. St?hane Saunier - Ending


Runtime 33:21 min
Size 41,0 MB


Release Notes:

Performed / Recorded : March 2008 (Canal+ / France)

There may have been other "retro" rock acts before him,
but Lenny Kravitz was one of the first to not be
pigeonholed to a single style as he touched upon such
genres as soul, funk, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic,
folk, and ballads over the years. Born in New York on May
26, 1964 (his mother was actress Roxie Roker, best-known
for her role as Helen Willis on the popular TV series The
Jeffersons, and his father was a TV producer), Kravitz was
raised in Los Angeles, where he found himself around
countless musical giants as a youngster due to his parents
friendships with the likes of Duke Ellington, Sarah
Vaughan, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Short, and
Miles Davis. Kravitz was a member of the California Boys
Choir until his teenage years, when he decided to pursue
rock & roll while in high school and under the heavily
influence of funk rocker Prince. Kravitz's admiration of
the Purple One was so great that he at first patterned his
style and approach directly after Prince and became known
as "Romeo Blue" (complete with blue contact lenses), but
failed to land a recording contract.

In the late '80s, Kravitz relocated back to New York City,
where one of his roommates turned out to be actress Lisa
Bonet (who played the part of Denise Huxtable on The Cosby
Show); they eventually got married. During this time,
Kravitz wisely discarded his Prince-like approach and
looked back to such '60s/'70s classic rockers as Led
Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield,
Bob Marley, and the Beatles for inspiration. Kravitz found
a kindred spirit in engineer Henry Hirsch (who would stick
by Kravitz throughout his career). With a back-to-basics
approach, his style was quite refreshing in the humorously
gaudy late '80s. He inked a recording contract with Virgin
Records and issued his debut release, Let Love Rule, in
1989. Kravitz's debut proved to be a surprise hit due to
the success of the title track, which became a hit single
and oft-aired video. A few critics were quick to assume
that Kravitz's retro look and sound were simply a shtick
to get the public's attention, but come the '90s, it had
become integrated into the mainstream (both musically and
fashion-wise), proving that Kravitz was a bit of a
trendsetter. It was around this time that Kravitz penned a
major hit single, not for himself but for Madonna, who
went to number one with the sultry track "Justify My
Love."

What should have been a time of happiness for Kravitz
quickly turned sour as he and Bonet divorced by the early
'90s. Kravitz's heartbreak was very evident in his
sophomore effort, Mama Said, which was even stronger than
its predecessor, highlighted by the Led Zep-like funk
rocker "Always on the Run" (a collaboration with Guns N'
Roses guitarist Slash), as well as the mega hit with the
Curtis Mayfield-esque soul ballad "It Ain't Over 'Til It's
Over," which confirmed that Kravitz's success was no
fluke. But the best was yet to come for Kravitz. His third
release overall, 1993's Are You Gonna Go My Way, is often
considered to be the finest album front to back of his
entire career, and with good reason: Every single song was
a winner, including the up-tempo anthemic title track,
which turned out to be one of MTV's most played videos for
that year. The album was a massive hit and Kravitz became
an arena headliner stateside, as well as being featured on
countless magazine covers.

Despite an almost two-year gap between albums, Kravitz's
fourth release, Circus, came off sounding unfocused and
was a major letdown compared to his stellar previous few
releases. Perhaps sensing that he needed to stir things up
musically, Kravitz dabbled with electronics and trip-hop
loops for his next album, 1998's 5. Although not a huge
hit right off the bat, the album proved to have an
incredibly long chart life, spawning the biggest hit of
Kravitz's career, "Fly Away," almost a year after its
original release. With the single's success, Virgin
decided to cash in on the album's sudden rebirth by
reissuing it around the same time with a pair of extra
added bonus tracks, one of which became another sizeable
hit single, a remake of the Guess Who's "American Woman"
(which was used in the hit 1999 comedy movie Austin
Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me). Kravitz's first best-of
set, the 15-track Greatest Hits, was issued as a stopgap
release in 2000, while his sixh studio release overall,
Lenny, was issued a year later. Baptism followed in 2004.
After starting a residential, commercial, and product
design company called Kravitz Design, he recorded a funky
version of John Lennon's "Cold Turkey" for Amnesty
International's 2007 benefit compilation Instant Karma.
Before the end of the year it was announced that Kravitz
would return in 2008 with a new album, It Is Time for a
Love Revolution. The album arrived in February,
accompanied by a brief tour.

In addition to his own albums, Kravitz continues to pen
songs for other artists and his compositions have appeared
on albums by such rock heavyweights as Aerosmith and Mick
Jagger, while he produced and wrote the majority of
Vanessa Paradis' obscure self-titled 1992 release.

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