Her latest album, She Was A Boy, which I reviewed, was released May 10, 2011. Yael collaborated with percussionist David Donatien in a Parisian flat turned studio, with some involvement from musicians Thomas Bloch, Lionel, Stephane Belmondo, and Eric Legini. French artist Tete, Spleen, Jacques Daoud, and Yoed Nir joined them. The songs encompass classical, jazz, and variety pop.
|She Was A Boy|
As I listened to the cd "She Was A Boy", I was soothed. The songs are very different in a good way compared to the music that we hear every day on pop stations around the US, and I like that! "Come Home" had a rather peppy beat to it, and it made me want to sing along with the chorus when she sang "come home"! "Go to the River" is another favorite of mine, and it, too, had a great beat and catchy lyrics! To be honest, I really liked all of the songs, and it was relaxing to hear her sing!
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And last but not least, you definitely need to check out her website, to find out even more information about bio, music, concerts (the two that she had in the USA are already past), and more.
Yael Naim's website
YouTube video of "Come Home"
YouTube video of "Go To The River"
Disclosure: I was given a digital copy of the cd by SNEAK ATTACK MEDIA in order to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed are my own, and honesty is everything!