By Leah Greenblatt
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:58 AM EDT
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Let It Die

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Sly folkie, slow-jazz seductress, sparkling pop pixie — Leslie Feist’s kaleidoscopic talents shift almost as constantly as her attention. Amid whimsical covers of songs from Françoise Hardy and the Bee Gees, the Canadian-bred Paris habitué sprinkles her own captivating compositions, most notably the lilting fairy-dust ditty ”Mushaboom” and bedroomripe ”One Evening.” Let It Die might be too low-impact for some, but if it’s a grand bed of roses they want, they’re welcome to look elsewhere. We’ll take this sweet bouquet of dandelion puffs any day.

Let It Die

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  • Music

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