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Album Review

Like fine Parisian singers before her, performer Florence K effortlessly conjures up images of French cafes on the lovable and melodramatic "Vol De Nuit" that flow beautifully. A subtle Latin touch is added with better than expected results. Meanwhile, the Cuban influence is heard on the gorgeous, hip-shaking "El Silencio" and "Las Calles del Sur," the latter being a cross between Tito Puente and Henry Mancini. The singer can adapt to any mood or genre, whether it is the slow, sultry funk-meets-soul of "Bru Bru Marin" that draws you in à la Sade or "Harmonia," which brings to mind "Girl from Ipanema" with its soothing, dreamy and relaxing vibe. A similar track is the jazzy, sexy style oozing from "Cheri." The first song performed in English is a slow, blues-based pop ballad that seems a bit too slick. A better effort comes during the lullaby "Little Baby Will Come Back." Of course, one can't forget the bossa nova element, although it's not very apparent with the lounge-like jazz of "Le Grand Mystere." The first obvious miscue is the Shania Twain-like country-tinged pop of "Let It Burn," which fizzles out quite quickly. The homestretch has more pop-oriented English songs such as "It's No Use" that seem to be adequate but lack the authenticity of the earlier, stronger numbers.

Customer Reviews

Bossa Blue

J'apprecie beaucoup, la voix les mélodies, le rythme.


J'ai été à un spectacle couvert par différents artiste dont la merveilleuse Florence K. M-A-G-N-I-F-I-Q-U-E ! Je l'ai adorée, j'écoute normalement du pop anglophone et je suis tombée amoureuse ! Elle nous apporte au coeur d'un voyage exotique. On l'écoute et se croirais sous le soleil !

Très bon.

Elle a vraiment beaucoup de talent. J'ai déja hâte au prochain disque. Bravo !


Genre: World

Years Active: '00s, '10s

French jazz-pop chanteuse Florence K was born in Montreal in 1983 to guitarist/composer Hany Khoriaty and opera singer Natalie Choquette. After making her television debut at six, at 16 she toured behind her mother as a pianist, a year later playing her first solo gig. Florence K spent the next several years as the house pianist at Montreal's Stash Café, amassing an extensive repertoire of songs sung in French, English, Portuguese, and Spanish via infrequent leaves of absence to play limited residencies...
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