Diane Tell’s most recent songs pursue the objective of the Japanese haiku, short poems about the evanescence of things. In this case, the singer is making observations about the insidious decline of human feelings, or even their programmed obsolescence. Written by Tell and also Fred Fortin, Slobodan Despot and Alain Dessureault, these texts are carried by high-quality jazzo-prog-rock-folk-pop music, performed by a high-flying staff — Fortin, François Lafontaine, Samuel Joly, Joe Grass and Olivier Langevin. Undoubtedly one of the most inspired episodes of a long and successful career.
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