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Album Review

It seems odd that Lily Frost has flown so completely under the radar when so many of her Canadian contemporaries have made some measure of a splash under the 49th parallel. 2006's Ciné-Magique is yet another wonderfully entertaining blend of jazzy ballads, twee pop tunes, French pop à la France Gall's '60s hits, subtle electronic influences and more. Opening with the smashing "You've Shaken Every Part of Me," a ballad for Frost's gorgeous, smoky voice and a woody-toned guitar part in the style of Julie London's '50s hits, leavened just slightly with a bracing flight of gorgeous overdubbed girl group harmonies at the very end that's perhaps Frost's single finest song, Ciné-Magique moves from strength to strength. The playful, Nellie McKay-like "Enchantment" rushes through the wordy verses to a delightful, yearning chorus, while the French-language "Je Revendrai" is the echoey, reverb-filled meeting point between Nico and Julee Cruise's dream pop masterpiece Floating into the Night. There is not a single dog on this varied, expressive and maddeningly tuneful album, and anyone with a taste for McKay, Regina Spektor, Emiliana Torrini or Sylvie Lewis will find a new favorite chanteuse here.

Customer Reviews


Since no one else will say anything, I thought it was wonderful and quirky. Can I get a witness?

You got a witness!

I love her music!! It's all so quirky! :)


This album is simply amazing. Lily Frost's curious sounds and lyrics set her apart from other artists of the genre, and the truly unique nature of each song is commendable.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Lily Frost draws on influences of '60s pop, fashion, and art to create her engaging brand of not-easily pigeonholed music. Painfully shy, the introverted Frost spent years expressing herself in her diary entries, gradually setting them to music and putting years of classical piano training to use. By 1989, she was studying jazz and French at Concordia University in Montreal and was performing '20s covers in a local group called the Sheiks. To escape from the Montreal winters, Frost...
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