11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indie Canada knew Leslie Feist as a gadabout guitarist with a golden voice well before her Broken Social Scene tenure. Still, even Feist heads were stunned at her poised transformation into a bossa nova-breathy chanteuse Parisienne, capable of effortlessly claiming evergreens by the Bee Gees (“Inside and Out”), Ron Sexsmith (“Secret Heart”), and Francoise Hardy ("L'amour ne dure pas toujours") as her own. Subtly crafted and pleasingly sweater-soft, this slow-burning sleeper refuses to do what its title demands.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indie Canada knew Leslie Feist as a gadabout guitarist with a golden voice well before her Broken Social Scene tenure. Still, even Feist heads were stunned at her poised transformation into a bossa nova-breathy chanteuse Parisienne, capable of effortlessly claiming evergreens by the Bee Gees (“Inside and Out”), Ron Sexsmith (“Secret Heart”), and Francoise Hardy ("L'amour ne dure pas toujours") as her own. Subtly crafted and pleasingly sweater-soft, this slow-burning sleeper refuses to do what its title demands.

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