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Feist  1234   buy on itunes
Feist  My Moon My Man   buy on itunes
Feist  Mushaboom   buy on itunes
Feist  I Feel It All   buy on itunes
Feist  Secret Heart   buy on itunes
Feist  Sea Lion Woman   buy on itunes
Feist  Inside and Out   buy on itunes
Feist  One Evening   buy on itunes
Feist  Past In Present   buy on itunes
Feist  Leisure Suite   buy on itunes
Feist  So Sorry   buy on itunes
Feist  The Limit to Your Love   buy on itunes
Feist  How My Heart Behaves   buy on itunes
Feist  Let It Die   buy on itunes
Feist  Brandy Alexander   buy on itunes
Feist  Mushaboom   buy on itunes
Gonzales & Feist  Starlight feat. Feist   buy on itunes
Feist  One Evening   buy on itunes
Feist  Honey Honey   buy on itunes
Feist & Gonzales  Lovertits   buy on itunes
Broken Social Scene  7/4 (Shoreline)   buy on itunes
Feist  Inside + Out (Apostle of Hustle Unmix)   buy on itunes
Feist  Tout Doucement   buy on itunes
Feist  Gatekeeper   buy on itunes
Feist  Somewhere Down the Road   buy on itunes
Feist  Lonely Lonely   buy on itunes
Feist & Jane Birkin  The Simple Story   buy on itunes
Feist  The Water   buy on itunes
Feist  One Evening (Solo Piano Version) [Instrumental]   buy on itunes

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Hard to believe that Feist was playing to 100 or so people just a couple years ago, what with the sudden career-catapulting success of "1234" — [i]the song[/i] that, in 2007, made her a mainstream curiosity of epic "Who's that girl?" proportions. (In one week alone, she performed on both [i]The Today Show[/i] and [i]The View[/i].) Spend some time with our catalogue-skimming Essentials playlist and you'll see why she's been such a crossover hit: At her very core, Feist is a splendid pop singer, letting her breathless harmonies loose in a room full of balmy jazz tones; skittering, scampering electronic effects and traces of Tropicália ("Leisure Suite"); mirror ball-sparkling disco (the Bee Gees cover "Inside and Out"); and lighter-lifting torch ballads ("Let It Die," "So Sorry," "Honey Honey"). One more time, then: "1, 2, 3, 4, tell us why you now love Feist more."
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