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Customer Reviews

Tout à prendre rien à jeter

Grandir avec Sanson, c'est comme grandir dans son pays natal, quand on le quitte on n'a qu'une envie, y revenir. et quand on y revient, on se sens chez soi et on revit tout en découvrant les nouveautés. Du pur bonheur musical, vocal, textuel, sensibilité, profondeur mais aussi légèreté voire spontanéité, mélodie, rythmes. Écoutez les albums, les uns après les autres et vous comprendrez. Moi, j'ai commencé par celui-là, j'avais 8 ans. Ps : je ne suis pas du genre Fan, simplement j'aime la bonne chanson française.

Biography

Born: April 24, 1949 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Genre: Musique francophone

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The first thing that comes to mind when evoking French singer/songwriter Véronique Sanson is her voice. A warm, passionate, soothing voice, both uplifting and deep, coupled with fine piano playing, a combination that summons comparison with the likes of Carole King, Laura Nyro, or Janis Ian. Yet even though she was immensely talented and encountered wide success both inside and outside of France, she revealed herself best under the influence of the ones she loved and admired. That's how she first...
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