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Entre la Jeunesse et la Sagesse (French Record)

Been waiting for this to come to iTunes for a long time. One of the McGarrigle sisters best records, with memorable meodies, very authentic french Canadian arrangements, and of course their terrific harmonies. Just wish they would have added a digital booklet with the lyrics and translations. Anyone who remotely likes the McGarrigles music will absolutely love this record.

Entre la jeunesse et la sagesse

Je ne me lasse pas d'ecouter Kate et Anna et vais les voir toutes les fois que je peux quand elles passent a NYC. L'harmonie de leur voix, la variete de leurs instruments et le surrealisme de leurs textes a quelque chose d'envoutant dans un ensemble d'authenticite et de purete.


I don't understand a word they're saying, but I don't care! The music is great, the vocals are sweet, and since it's a Kate & Anna record, you know you're getting just what you want!


Formed: 1974 in Montreal, Canada

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The music of Montreal-born songwriting sisters Kate & Anna McGarrigle first came to international recognition in 1974 when Linda Ronstadt recorded Anna's "Heart Like a Wheel" as the title song to one of her albums. The Canadian sisters were signed to Warner Bros. and recorded Kate & Anna McGarrigle, an album of deeply felt (sometimes deeply funny) songs with a homey, eclectic folk backing and tart, striking vocals. It was widely hailed. Its two follow-ups seemed rushed, though they contained some...
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