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La Disparition (Frn)


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 5 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000060K0E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,527 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Au Coin Du Monde Streets Go Down
2. Le Sable Mouvant End Of May
3. Les Rivieres De Janvier
4. La Corde Et Les Chaussons
5. Surannee Seventeen
6. Ailleurs
7. L'Illusionniste
8. La Tentation
9. Mes Pas Dans La Neige Spanish Song Bird
10. Le Chien D'Avant Garde
11. La Disparition Right Here Right Now

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2002 sophomore album from the singer/songwriter compared to Francoise Hardy, Jeanne Moreau and Jane Birkin. Keren Ann was born in Caesaria, Israel, to a Japanese-Dutch mother and Russian-Israeli father. She was raised in Paris, but now shares her time between Paris and Tel Aviv when not on the road touring. She began captivating U.S. critics and audiences in 2004 with the stateside release of Not Going Anywhere, and proved that she was here to stay with 2005's Nolita and 2007's Keren Ann. Features 11 melancholy Folk songs with electronic loops. EMI.

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Après expulsion de la Chambre avec vue d'Henri Salvador qu'elle retapissa avec raffinement en compagnie de Benjamin Biolay, son fidèle complice, Keren Ann, révélation ingénument éthérée de l'année 2000, continue à baliser sa route de folk songs mélancoliques. La Disparition, deuxième album sensuel tissé d'instruments acoustiques (guitares, cordes) et de boucles électroniques, ravive le temps de l'innocence de Françoise Hardy, Jeanne Moreau ou Jane Birkin. Tel un voyage sentimental commenté avec élégance, elle cite Mallarmé, navigue entre radeau et méduse, et vibre aux sons de la harpe de "Surannée". Et ses histoires ont le goût des amours défuntes décrites par l'homme à la tête de chou. Lumineusement crépusculaire. --Sabrina Silamo

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Keren Ann is one of those gems that are kept out of the spot light mainly because there is only a small audience for the magnificence she brings in her music. She doesn't get plastic surgery and doesnt try to fit into any type of music genre.
Her first album, 'Biographe de Luka Philipsen' was definitely a surprise hit that I stumbled upon by mistake (trying to find alternative versions of 'Aeroplane' by Red Hot Chili Peppers, I accidentally download miss Ann's version of the song). 'Biographe' contains some very good songs that fall on scales that are not repetitive in the music biz.
'La Disparition' is not as powerful nor unique as 'Biographe,' however the album continues to prolong the unique and subtle energy of the very talented Keren Ann. The beauty of Keren Ann's music falls on the simplicity of the songs... often imagined as a young girl emotionally driven and singing out of her bedroom to the world around her.
The theme from 'La Tentation' is heard again in the final song 'La Dispiration.' A very cute French song, the melody sounds like a child's song rehearsed in pre school. 'Au coin du monde' sounds like Kansas' "Dust in the Wind" on guitar. Other songs are mellow and fall in the 'Biographe' tradition.
Overall the album is good but not as good as the previous hit. Recommended songs include: 'La Disparition,' 'Aielleurs', and ' La corde et les chaussons.'
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as "Biographe de Luka Philipsen" Dec 31 2002
By Tim Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Keren Ann is one of those gems that are kept out of the spot light mainly because there is only a small audience for the magnificence she brings in her music. She doesn't get plastic surgery and doesnt try to fit into any type of music genre.
Her first album, 'Biographe de Luka Philipsen' was definitely a surprise hit that I stumbled upon by mistake (trying to find alternative versions of 'Aeroplane' by Red Hot Chili Peppers, I accidentally download miss Ann's version of the song). 'Biographe' contains some very good songs that fall on scales that are not repetitive in the music biz.
'La Disparition' is not as powerful nor unique as 'Biographe,' however the album continues to prolong the unique and subtle energy of the very talented Keren Ann. The beauty of Keren Ann's music falls on the simplicity of the songs... often imagined as a young girl emotionally driven and singing out of her bedroom to the world around her.
The theme from 'La Tentation' is heard again in the final song 'La Dispiration.' A very cute French song, the melody sounds like a child's song rehearsed in pre school. 'Au coin du monde' sounds like Kansas' "Dust in the Wind" on guitar. Other songs are mellow and fall in the 'Biographe' tradition.
Overall the album is good but not as good as the previous hit. Recommended songs include: 'La Disparition,' 'Aielleurs', and ' La corde et les chaussons.'
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Fabulously relaxing! Aug. 3 2006
By P. Hardy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What a wonderful discovery this CD was. Karen Ann has such a sensual, soothing voice and the songs are delightfully different from the usual fare. I listen to this CD at least once a week in the evenings to unwind. With headphones, her soft voice seems to coo in my ear. There's not a track I don't like.


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