December 14, 2010

look at what the light did now

I can’t get enough of the simplicity and perfection in this song — the way Feist’s malleable, honeyed voice melds so perfectly with Kyle Fields’ (Little Wings).

Look At What The Light Did Now (live) – Feist & Little Wings



This is from the documentary film Look At What The Night Did Now (out last week) about Feist and her collaborators, directed by Anthony Seck and produced by Jannie McInnes — now screening in select awesome cities.



Collaborations? Here is another one of my favorites:

Hangover Days (live) – Jason Collett and Feist

(oh! and this one, which is well-loved in my vinyl collection)

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2 Comments »

  • I picked this up the first day it was available and it’s been on repeat ever since. Feist never ceases to amaze and inspire.

    Nick — December 16, 2010 @ 6:34 pm

  • They so did it after they sang that song together.

    Le0n — December 25, 2010 @ 1:03 pm

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Giving context to the torrent since 2005.

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