Written-By – Keren Ann Zeidel. Keren Ann. 101 (CD, Album, Promo).
Keren Ann Zeidel (Hebrew: קרן אן זיידל born 10 March 1974 in Caesarea, Israel), known professionally as Keren Ann, is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and engineer based largely in Paris, Tel Aviv, and New York City. She plays guitar, piano, and clarinet. She also engineers and writes choir and musical arrangements. Keren Ann was born to a Russian-Jewish father and Dutch-Javanese mother. She lived in Israel and in the Netherlands until the age of 11, when her family moved to Paris, France.
101. Released 2011. More Keren Ann albums. Show all albums by Keren Ann.
This song is by Keren Ann and appears on the album 101 (2011). One hundred and one floorsOne hundred days to abundanceNinety nine percentNinety eight minutes. Ninety seven dollarsNinety six men in uniformNinety five thesesNinety four pages. Ninety three million miles awayNinety two johnson solidsNinety one space wingsNinety stable isotopes. Eighty nine bulletsEighty eight seven acresEighty six fahrenheit degrees.
Keren Ann Zeidel (Hebrew: קרן אן זיידל born 10 March 1974 in Caesarea, Israel) is a mposer-producer and engineer based largely in Paris, Tel Aviv, and New York City. She plays guitar, piano and clarinet, engineers and writes choir and musical arrangements.
08. Song from a Tour Bus. 09. Strange Weather. 10. 101. 11. Daddy You've Been on My Mind. 12. Je fume pour oublier que tu bois. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/ - . 0. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/01. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/02. Run with Yo. lac - 2. 4. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/03. All the Beautiful Girls. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/04. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/05. She Won't Trade It for Nothing. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/06. Keren Ann - 101 (2017)/07.
Violence is a hook on 101, Keren Ann’s first new album in four years, which attempts to recast the singer as a fiercer, more forceful presence. This works well on opener My Name Is Trouble, which is teasingly assertive while still hewing to her usual subtlety, but rings false elsewhere, namely on cabaret-style tracks like Blood on my Hands, which clumsily details the usually sweet singer murdering her audience. This swerve into gangster imagery is jarring, mainly because it’s so inexplicably strained. On recent work like her gorgeous self-titled album, the songs congealed into a seamless, natural product, both complex and effortless at the same time. The seams of this attempt at reinvention, however, are all too obvious, studded with put-upon sexuality and gangster-moll signifiers. The quiet songs, which occupy her usual métier, by contrast seem limited and at times stifled.
|1||My Name Is Trouble||4:12|
|2||Run With You||3:46|
|3||All The Beautiful Girls||5:02|
|5||She Won't Trade It For Nothing||2:50|
|6||You Were On Fire||3:55|
|7||Blood On My Hands||3:45|
|8||Song From A Tour Bus||3:40|
|Bonus Track For Japan|
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