Magazine article Herizons

The Reminder

Magazine article Herizons

The Reminder

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Arts & Crafts/EMI


If you've been watching television lately, you've probably seen Leslie Feist-or, at least a tiny, blue, sequin-clad version of her swaying back and forth on the video screen in an iPod commercial. And in case you've been looking for that catch little tune, "1234" can be found on her third and latest disc, The Reminder.

Following the smashing success of 2004's Let It Die, Feist decided to record in a city that's become a bit of a hot spot for Canuck musicians over the last few years. She packed up her instruments, microphones and collaborators and set up camp in a 200-year-old manor house just outside of Paris, France.

"So Sorry," the album's opening track, seems to capture what a two-week recording session would have been like in that environment. It's one of those songs that makes you lean into the speakers a little to make sure you don't miss something. …

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