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French chanteuse Keren Ann follows up her La Biographie de Luka Philipsen debut with the dazzling La Disparition. It's a romantic songbook of moods and tones, and a delightful set of traditional pop songs perfect for any season. Ann's soft, wispy vocals are the main attraction simply because they're that lovely. From the innocent childlike love of "Coin du Monde" and "Surranee" to the heartbreaking sophistication of "Illusioniste," La Disparition flows without pretense and with an unspoken kind of beauty. What's even more enchanting is the more cinematic, dark-hued numbers like the sultry chill of "Sable Mouvant" and the samba-flavored "La Corde et les Chaussons." It's here that Ann truly shines as a vocalist — a near vocal seductress is more like it — and as a performer. She possesses similar grace to that of Astrud Gilberto and Ivy's Dominique Durand. La Disparition is a stylish look at Ann's work in progress; she's really coming into her own as a traditional pop artist.


Born: March 10, 1974 in Caesarea, Israel

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Keren Ann Zeidel, who records bilingual neo-folk music under the name Keren Ann, was born in Israel in 1974 to a Dutch-Javanese mother and a Russian-Israeli father. She was nine when her parents bought her a guitar, on which she learned to play songs by Joni Mitchell and Serge Gainsbourg. In the years to come, she would also learn to play the harmonica and the clarinet. Zeidel and her family, including a brother and sister, lived in Israel and Holland before settling in Paris, France,...
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