Regina Spektor sounds like Regina Spektor. And in these times of uniformity in which so many “sing like …” it is not an understatement.
But it is not only about being original, he tells stories in his own way, he sings with his own style, he accompanies himself on the piano with his own style and he “arranges” (although he works with different producers, his label is always present) his songs with own sound.
His way of “saying” is unique. This Russian bean, transplanted to the Bronx at the age of nine, is one of the most attractive singers of the 21st century.
Since I discovered with his third album, Soviet Kitsch, I have faithfully followed her. its Live in London (disc and video) has no waste. As an “intermediate” I have collaborated with the classical violinist Joshua Bell, where Regina’s voice and the violin tangle wonderfully.
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