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Secret Hear - Feist - Let It Die (CD, Album)

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  1. Label: Polydor - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Lounge, Avantgarde/5(7).
  2. Feist - Let it Die Album shelbytiger07; 7 videos; 37, views; Last updated on May 19, ; Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. Feist - Inside and Out by Arts Crafts. Feist: Secret Heart by KTFaves. Feist Leisure Suite by zajebaj. Feist - Gatekeeper by snowmanwilly. Feist - Tout doucement by.
  3. Listen free to Feist – Let It Die (Gatekeeper, Mushaboom and more). 11 tracks (). Let It Die is the second album by Canadian singer-songwriter Feist. It was recorded in Paris during 20and released in The album combines jazz, bossa nova and indie rock. Let It Die was welcomed as one of the best Canadian pop albums of
  4. May 18,  · Let It Die Lyrics: Let it die and get out of my mind / We don't see eye to eye / Or hear ear to ear / Don't you wish that we could forget that kiss / And see this for what it is / That we're not in.
  5. May 18,  · In early , Leslie Feist self-produced seven songs that were never released, called The Red Demos. While on tour in Europe with Gonzalez, they began recording new versions of.
  6. Jan 01,  · Indie Canada knew Leslie Feist as a gadabout guitarist with a golden voice well before her Broken Social Scene tenure. Still, even Feist heads were stunned at her poised transformation into a bossa nova-breathy chanteuse Parisienne, capable of effortlessly claiming evergreens by the Bee Gees (“Inside and Out”), Ron Sexsmith (“Secret Heart”), and Francoise Hardy ("L'amour ne dure pas.
  7. Let it die and get out of my mind We don't see eye to eye Or hear ear to ear Don't you wish that we could forget that kiss And see this for what it is That we're not in love The saddest part of a broken heart Isn't the ending so much as the start It was hard to tell just how I .
  8. Recorded in Paris, this indie release has garnered so many rave reviews it's earned Feist a major label deal. "One Evening" could be a soft rock hit from the late s, while "Mushaboom" sounds like a pop single crafted by aliens after they've picked up radio waves from Earth (all the pop elements are here, they're just put together slightly.

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