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Fittingly for an album whose title translates as Speak To Me, Chloé Sainte-Marie’s Parle-moi opens with a brief, spoken-word address that instantly establishes its intimate parameters. This is a warm, welcoming record that swaddles its folk serenades in fiddle, accordion, and participatory handclaps and foot stomps. But the campfire playfulness of songs like “L’ombre de l’ombre” and “Hurlesang” is offset by quietly devastating ballads (“Soir tourmente,” “Brûle brûle”) that allow the actor-turned-chanteuse to strike deeper emotional chords.


Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

Chloé Sainte-Marie is a Canadian singer and actress from Quebec whose post-millennial albums Je Marche à Toi (2002) and Parle-Moi (2005) each won a Félix Award. Born Marie-Aline Joyal on May 29, 1962, in Saint-Eugène-de-Granthan, Quebec, she initially established herself as an actress in the 1980s prior to launching her recording career as a contemporary folksinger in the 1990s. She made her full-length album debut in 1993 with L'Emploi de Mon Temps, yet it was her second album, Je Pleure, Tu Pleures...
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Parle-moi, Chloé Sainte-Marie
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: French Pop, Music
  • Released: Jul 11, 2006

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