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Jim Corcoran became a Canadian folk star as half of Jim et Bertrand, but his eclectic solo albums maintained his incisive lyricism. His fourth record kicks off with the folk rocker “Prête-moi ton regard”, its William Blake quotes adding to the poetic heft, but “La nostalgie” introduces a slamming beat, chattering R&B guitar and horns, while “Laisse faire” boasts a sensual blues/jazz feel. Things come full circle on acoustic closer “Je me tutoie”, nodding to Corcoran’s roots while ending on an intriguingly elliptical note.

Biography

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s

Born to an English-speaking family, Jim Corcoran has become one of Canada's most gifted Francophone songwriters. Initially attracting attention as one-half of a duo, Jim & Bertrand, that he shared with composer/vocalist Bertrand Gosselin from 1972 until 1979, Corcoran continues to set well-crafted, humor-tinged lyrics to a unique blend of blues, rock, and folk music. Deeply devoted to American music, Corcoran has primarily recorded in Nashville and Memphis. Since 1994, he has worked with a trio...
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