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Album Review

After several years of singing in hotels and bars across Southeast Asia and her native Quebec, French-Canadian vocalist Nadja finally got her big break when she was discovered by the legendary Mario Pelchat, who declared her "one of the greatest singers in the world" following a performance of "Georgia on My Mind." While her 2009 self-titled debut album, composed entirely of '60s jazz-pop covers, failed to shake off the inevitable cabaret tag, her Pelchat-produced sophomore Everything's Going My Way does at least attempt to convince audiences she's a serious recording artiste rather than a glorified karaoke singer. There's still a reliance on other musicians' work, with seven of the 13 tracks straightforward renditions of soul classics like the Supremes' "Baby Love" and Stevie Wonder's "For Once in My Life," jazz standards like Ray Charles' "Hit the Road Jack" and Etta James' "At Last," and musical numbers like Man of la Mancha's "The Impossible Dream." But elsewhere, there are six original compositions, co-written with the likes of Sylvain Quesnel and Dorian Sherwood (Celine Dion, Lara Fabian) and the Dutch trio of Joachim Vermeulen, Maarten Ten Hove, and Willem Laseroms (Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake) such as the toe-tapping brass-fused opener "Oh! No!," the shuffling blues of "Wish to Unwish," and the cartoonish doo wop of "Baby I'm Lonely," all of which showcase Nadja's impressive, whiskey-soaked vocals and knack for penning infectiously upbeat melodies. With its 50/50 split of new and old material, Nadja isn't quite ready just yet to join the same Winehouse league as Paloma Faith, Duffy, and Gabriella Cilmi, but Everything's Going My Way is certainly a step in the right direction, which suggests that she's capable of leaving her piano-bar background fully behind. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

première critique a vie

Il y a Ginette Reno..puis Diane Dufresne...Suivi de Celine Dion...maintenant il y a a une nouvelle figure a notre fierté québécoise et elle se nomme Nadja....merci d'avoir rendue mon quotidien si agréable. Ne devient jamais "divaness comme Aretha car elle a perdue son âme pour un te trouve vraiment cool

tres bon

encore une fois je vous recomande et l,album

Découverte magique !

Il faut aussi la voir en spectacle ! Elle irradie...elle est spectaculaire, attachante, généreuse...Bravo Nadja et ton band est beau à voir, tous semblent si heureux de jouer avec toi !


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based in Toronto, this ambient doom/metal/electronic duo was the brainchild (and originally the solo project) of Aidan Baker. Already a prolific musician who had released a number of works with labels worldwide — including a vast catalog of CD-R only releases — Baker used Nadja to explore the darker aspects of his musical soul. Taking on vocalist and bass player Leah Buckareff allowed the expansion of Nadja's sound, as well as the ability to play live. Established in 2003, Nadja's early...
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