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Talented French-Canadian poet, artist, and singer Genevieve Castree phones it in from Anacortes, WA. Though her songs are sung in French, Genevieve's music is about bridging borders, joining them together and erasing them. It's about how we connect to and are situated in the world. But her warm melodies, sweet voice, and fragile guitar playing mask plaintive and intense lyrics about pain, isolation, and violence. No joke. Welcome to the real world. Strong, intense, and inspiring.

Sez' Kimya Dawson in her song 'I Like Giants':

"So thank you Genevieve, cuz' you take what is in your head / And you make things that are so beautiful and share them with your friends."

Nadav Carmel, BSR 05/13/2005


"Chanson Pour Les Tetes Molles" ('Song For The Soft Heads')
Drapeau Blanc ('White Flag')
(reconciliation) ('reconcilation')
La Petite Cane Dans La Nappe De Petrole ('The Young Female Duck In A Puddle Of Petrol')
"Tout Seul Dans La Foret En Plein Jour" ('Alone In The Forest In The Middle Of The Day')
"Chanson Pour La Geante" ('Song For The Girl Giant')
"Chanson Pour La Hase" ('Song For The Hare')


Page Officielle de Genevieve Castree et Woelv Woelv a K Records Genevieve a L'Oie de Cravan
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