Geneviève Racette, No Water, No Flowers : Part 2 Review
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Geneviève Racette is a singer-songwriter from Montreal, Quebec. She was nominated for Emerging Artist of the Year at the Sirius XM Indies Awards in 2015, she has had the opportunity to participate in a residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and has shared the stage with the likes of Damien Robitaille, François Lachance, Valérie Carpentier, Ben Kunder and others. No Water, No Flowers is Racette’s first bilingual album being released in three parts; Part One was released in February, Part Two on April 5 and the full album on May 24, 2019. Pre-production of the album began at the Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity in October 2018 with François-Pierre Lue and Luc Herrmann. Following Banff, the final production transpired at Hotel 2 Tango Montreal with musicians Luc Herrmann (guitar and mandolin), Philippe Fleury (drums), Jeanne Corpataux-Blache (upright bass), Francis Veillette (pedal steel and banjo), Ariane Vaillancourt (piano) and producer François-Pierre Lue and engineer Shae Brossard.
No Water, No Flowers : Part 2 - EP
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Release Date: April 5, 2019
Racette sings with a delicacy to her voice, that taps into a place of genuine emotions, she effortlessly transports the listener to a comfortable place filled with atmospheric moods, covering themes of life, death, grief, love and travels.