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Née dans la nature (Born In the Wild)


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Reseña de álbum

Helena's Née Dans la Nature is a completely beguiling album. Gentle as spring rain and as intimate as a careful whisper, the 12 songs are easy on the ears and soothing to the soul. Helena has a sweet and quiet voice and producer Phillip Katerine surrounds her with gently strummed guitars, light electronic touches, and simple but effective arrangements that allow the songs (most penned by Helena and Katerine) to glide right into your comfort zone. Unlike her first album, Azul, there is relatively little bossa nova influence here; instead, the record plugs directly into the French chanteuse tradition. In fact, if you close your eyes you can almost imagine tracks like "Mary Poppins" or "Le Jardin Près de la Falaise" to be classic Françoise Hardy or one of the Serge Gainsbourg-produced femme fatales. The only thing that Helena lacks is the sense of drama the earlier generation of French singers had, but in a world full to bursting with drama, there is a place for drama-free ballads like these. Indeed, songs like "Qui Es-Tu?" and "L'Âge de Ma Mère" serve like three-minute massages for tired ears, and her wonderfully languid remake of Kylie's "Can't Get You out of My Head" ought to cure whatever ails you. This album won't change the world a bit, but it will make you feel better if you are feeling blue and that is an important thing.

Reseñas de clientes

Quiet, yet worth purchasing.

I recently bought this album in a Paris Market in my city's downtown area, and I admit my liking of the album staggered a bit after hearing it in my own home as opposed to the french-themed market. Helena does sing with a very soft voice but still avoids sounding overly-breathy. The music is wonderful background music, and the songs don't all sound the same (which is the case many times). The well-spoken french sets off the mood of the album, and I would recommend this really to anyone, though I stress the softness of each song... In my opinion, this is fantastic dinner music. But If you're looking for an more upbeat, Sinatra-style CD... (this isn't it).

Horrible jarring ending to an otherwise beautiful song

Beautiful song titled Mary Poppins ends with this unlistenable cacophony of sound. Had to delete it from my library it was such a horrible transition. Don't buy it expecting sweet brazilian music. First thrity second sample is nothing like the last thirty!


This is a nice slow and calm album. Not one that i would personally purchase. Its like theres nothing there. Its to quiet. It would also be nice if you could understand what is being said but thats ok. If you want something slow so you can relax this is 4 you! The thing that confuses me most is, why did they name it "Born in the Wild" when the music is so blah?

Née dans la nature (Born In the Wild), Helena
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