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Like a moodier Elton John, Veronique Sanson has been the French alternative to the British rocker since the '70s. The resemblances are striking, which is why Les Plus Belles Chansons De is a very interesting album. Although the singer/songwriter format that the album follows may be almost too grounded in the time it comes from, the songs are memorable pop anthems in the same vein as John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road period. Sanson's worst enemy is her voice, which is not bad but rather bland when held up against the arrangements. For example, the otherwise excellent "Vancouver" moves down a notch because the dramatic arrangement is way too much for her voice. But then a song like "Bernard's Song" survives because she applies heavy production to the vocals. Despite that minor complaint, this is some of the best mainstream rock that France had to offer at the time, and fans of piano rock from the '70s should give this talented songwriter a listen.


Nacido(a): 24 de abril de 1949 en Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Género: Pop francés

Años de actividad: '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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