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Tous les sens

Ariane Moffatt

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Album Review

Ariane Moffatt has built a career based on the sweetness of her voice and the novelty of her compositions. In the U.S., she's certainly less well known (though an appearance on a 2005 Putumayo compilation brought her a bit of recognition), but could be fit into the market of highly capable female singer/songwriters with a bit of novelty and quirk to their sounds. Moffatt can tinkle like Feist; she can croon like Sara Bareilles; she can put together a loping beat that simultaneously comes across as both stylishly effortless and highly crafted. Moffatt is vocally strolling and strutting, not just walking. There's a fairly wide stylistic range available here, from softer, more standard-format ballads to an electro-thump title track that uses a whisper and something close to a Rachid Taha motive to clear some surprising territory. Moffatt earned her keep on the Canadian charts with this one.

Biography

Born: 1979 in Lévis, Quebec, Canada

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

Québecois singer/songwriter Ariane Moffatt was born in 1979 in the town of Lévis. She released her debut album, Aquanaute, in 2002, followed by Le Coeur dans la Tête in 2005. She was nominated...
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Tous les sens, Ariane Moffatt
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: French Pop, Music
  • Released: 22 April 2008

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