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Ariane Moffatt - Tous Les Sens (2008)

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1 	La Fille De L'Iceberg 	
2 	Briser Un Coeur 	
3 	Je Veux Tout 	
4 	Tes Invectives 	
5 	L'Équilibre 	
6 	Éternel Instant Présent 	
7 	Réverbère 	
8 	En L'Air (Intermède) 	
9 	Tous Les Sens 	
10 	Jeudi, 17 Mai 	
11 	Perséides 	
12 	Hiver Mile-End

Bass – François Plante, Jean-François Lemieux, Marie-Pierre Fournier
Cello – Annie Gadbois
Chorus, Guitar – Joseph Marchand
Drums – Jean-Phi Goncalves
Electric Piano – Ariane Moffatt, Franck Deweare
French Horn – Jean-Philippe "Bada" Magny
Guitar – Joseph Marchand, Jean-Phi Goncalves
Harp – Sara Pagé
Keyboards, Tambourine – Jean-Phi Goncalves
Synth, Piano – Ariane Moffatt
Trombone – Jean-Nicolas Trottier
Trumpet – David Carbonneau
Tuba – Philippe Legault
Viola – Ligia Paquin
Violin – Mélanie Bélair, Mélanie Vaugeois
Vocals – Ariane Moffatt

 

Ariane Moffatt has built a career based on the sweetness of her voice and the novelty of her compositions. In the U.S., she's certainly less well known (though an appearance on a 2005 Putumayo compilation brought her a bit of recognition), but could be fit into the market of highly capable female singer/songwriters with a bit of novelty and quirk to their sounds. Moffatt can tinkle like Feist; she can croon like Sara Bareilles; she can put together a loping beat that simultaneously comes across as both stylishly effortless and highly crafted. Moffatt is vocally strolling and strutting, not just walking. There's a fairly wide stylistic range available here, from softer, more standard-format ballads to an electro-thump title track that uses a whisper and something close to a Rachid Taha motive to clear some surprising territory. Moffatt earned her keep on the Canadian charts with this one. ---Adam Greenberg, AllMusic Review

 

Tous les sens - all directions. Ariane is all over the pop universe on this one. From the purely acoustic honkey tonk jazz of Briser un Coeur to more eclectic and electric arrangements, you'll hear strings, brass, quirky sound effects, multi-tracked voices, playful Pink Floydian psychoses, techno beats, ethereal music with just a pure lone voice ... but the standout track is a rocker, notably, Réverbère. When you hear this one you'll be back on the Grande-Allée, belly full'o poutine and St-Ambroise noir, flying overhead like some comic superhero, tattered Nordiques sweater flapping in the wind, the elements howling in your face. Only this is no grade B movie. The street lights may be shining on your feet but the Northern Lights are still way overhead, shimmering like electric fleur-de-lis and reflecting back at you from far down below in the St. Lawrence's effervescent brilliance. ---Bud Tristano, amazon.com

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