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‘Let It Die’ is very much a voice album in close up, “eye
to eye and ear to ear”. Carefully pieced together around
Feist’s seductive and jhai* voice, the album forms the
missing link between ye old folk (storytelling), the Brill
building era (the quest for the hook), doo-wop (melody and
mood) and minimal modern pop arrangements. Like line
drawings as opposed to detailed paintings, these songs
leave you space to fill in the emotional blanks. Its lack
of complication makes ‘Let It Die’ standout from much of
today’s musical offerings; More...


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Review about Feist songs
A PERFECT SINGER WITH GREAT WRITING SKILL AND A LOT OF INNOSCENCE INTO IT | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Mushaboom performed by Feist

I LISTENED FEIST 4 1ST TIME WHILE LISTNING FIRE IN WATER.SINCE THAN I AM A GRT FAN OF HER.HAVE DOWNLOADED ALLMOST EACH SONG OF HERS. I LOVE EACH SONG OF HER .HER SONGS R A PIEACE OF ART ,WOVEN WITH INNOCENCE ,LOVE INTELLIGENCE & ALL THE GOOD WORLDS IN UNIVERSE.ALSO MYSTIC RETRO TOUCH T O MAKES THE SONGS MORE CLOSE 2 MA HEART

so beautifully simple | Reviewer: feliciaryan12
    ------ About the song The Water performed by Feist

Huge fan of all things Feist.this sing is.simply a story. The story of man in the navy who received a telegram to report for duty. He didnt realize before enlisting how dangerous the water was until he was there. By then it was to late. She speaks of the mountains to illustrate the fact that he saw land but it was futile because they were steep and rocky. That's why they were recognized and not realized.
Also the gray sky pretending to be the good guy. This the story of men at sea. He hopes for his children and this is how they grow. They grow without him. And his contrition to their growth are his hopes Prayers blood sweat and tears it there on the water. The story of a man trying to make money for his family in land.
It is also my calming self reflection song. Knowing it could always be worse.

Memories | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Mushaboom performed by Feist

This is about your opinion upon a song and generally the artist's music; age is irrelevant and this website is by no means some form of forum or autobiographical format. So shut up. Feist's voice is beautiful, and lyrics are simple but perfect. I think it's about her childhood memories, disjointedly pieced together like some kind of patchwork.

This song is nice | Reviewer: Please
    ------ About the song Mushaboom performed by Feist

The only people leaving comments are under 13 (with exceptions like me). And all of them are like 'am only 12, 11 and listening to music that makes me so mature'. When these kids really find out what being grown up means sure they don't think it's cool at all.

And one secret, kids: adults have NO answers at all. You will NOT find them when you're older. So stop surfing the web looking for the meaning of life, it is an evil trap. You'll fill your life with friends, family, and overall, in your brains. Go read something. Make yourself so good at something you like until you don't want to do anything else.

PS. I felt like saving someone today. Sorry everyone else.

meaning | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Secret Heart performed by Feist

This song can be taken in so many ways that they all be relevant to what was intended but I think it was written by ron sexsmith about his adolescent son and the struggles he saw him experiencing in finding his own personality and trying to "fit in" while also aching to becoming an individual person.

MMmm Good | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Mushaboom performed by Feist

I've known this song for quite a while but never thought to look at the lyrics and never really tried to figure them out. Looking at them now I realize the lyrical and intellectual beauty of the song in addition to the catchy, upbeat melodies :D This just made me fall head over heels for this song

Beautiful | Reviewer: Billie
    ------ About the song The Water performed by Feist

This is such a beautiful song with very deep meaning I believe. It is sort of my calming song but I think it is actually about a storm or tsunami. When she taljs about the telegraph in the beginning she is saying how someone was told there was a bad storm coming but maybe it is hard to let some people know to hunker down (i.e. some dont get much company). Lighting the house is talking about a lighthouse to help any ships coming into the harbor from the sea. The parts about the water and mountains are simply about natural disasters that cant really be avoided. The babies are the next generations are how they will be battered by the coming storms whether they be literal or metaphorical ones, abd they look to the skies perhaps lookong for help or relief but there is none since it is only "acting" like a good guy. The people who survive are the ones who are aware of what is happening and know where to run and what to do to avoid getting hurt. I love this song too because I listen to it when I am having troubles and it reminds that there are bigger things out there and things dont really seem so bad when I think of the bigger storms coming and how one day we'll all just be lost to the water.

Fan | Reviewer: Suzanne
    ------ About the song Inside And Out performed by Feist

Omg, this song is just wonderful. Since I know it, I listen to it again and again... and even if I didn't feel a such love yet, it moves me 'inside and out'!! But I still prefer the original version, I think that the unmix is too melancholic, I don't know it sounds weird for me...
Aniway, great singer!

Lovely song. :) | Reviewer: Admaa
    ------ About the song Mushaboom performed by Feist

Why say how old you are? It doesn't even matter. I don't see how it can alter what people think about you.

I love this song, I don't know if it's the fact that I myself see this: "It may be years until the day, My dreams will match up with my pay" as something I can relate to, and not seen written in music or at least so boldly.

I'd go on about this but I don't think anyone will read this anyway, lmao.

Tally ho.

Feeling better | Reviewer: TRMF
    ------ About the song Let It Die performed by Feist

There are two lines in this song that make me feel better when I'm feelin broken hearted.
"the saddest part of a broken heart isn't the ending as much as the start." it reminds me that the worst has already past.

And

"don't you wish we could forget that kiss" there's just something so poignant in that fact. It's those moments that we long for. But they're only moments. They're what makes us long to stay in relationships and losing the possibility for more of them hurts but they're moments thy aren't relationships.


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