12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Christophe Maé’s third studio album springs to life with “Tombé sous le charme”, a single that evokes the stylistic traditions of the American South through brassy Dixieland horns, jaunty guitars and the rollicking rhythms of a New Orleans street party. On the follow-up to Maé’s chart-topping 2010 effort On trace la route, the singer uses similar Cajun influences generously, adding plenty of ornate embellishments to his brand of blissfully laid-back folk-pop. Je veux du bonheur is filled with memorable melodies and lyrics that impressively demonstrate his disarming songwriting talent.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Christophe Maé’s third studio album springs to life with “Tombé sous le charme”, a single that evokes the stylistic traditions of the American South through brassy Dixieland horns, jaunty guitars and the rollicking rhythms of a New Orleans street party. On the follow-up to Maé’s chart-topping 2010 effort On trace la route, the singer uses similar Cajun influences generously, adding plenty of ornate embellishments to his brand of blissfully laid-back folk-pop. Je veux du bonheur is filled with memorable melodies and lyrics that impressively demonstrate his disarming songwriting talent.

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