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Avis sur l’album

Bernard Lavilliers' discography is littered with partial "greatest hits" collections and half-hearted CD reissues. This "best of" stands two full heads above anything else as the definitive introduction to the man's socially conscious songs. The only flaw of Histoires ("Stories") is the fact that it includes not a single track from the singer's first three albums — but Barclay/Polygram doesn't own them. Most key cuts from 1976's Les Barbares up to 1997's Clair Obscur have been included. Lavilliers rarely sticks to a single style for the course of an album. Instead he builds contrasts between pop beat and world music, political themes and acrid love ballads. The decision to present the songs in chronological order could be seen as ill-advised but in fact pieces together a very accurate picture of both the persona and his music. Key tracks include the scorching "15e Round" (Lavilliers never expressed better the dichotomy between virility and feelings), the new wave song "Idées Noires," the worldbeat hits "Stand the Ghetto," "Kingston," and "Melody Tempo Harmony" (featuring Jimmy Cliff). The French market version is a three-disc affair, while the international version is limited to two discs in order to keep it at an introductory price. Careful remastering and the inclusion of all lyrics make Histoires the perfect point of entry into Lavilliers' irresistible songwriting. ~ François Couture, Rovi

Avis des utilisateurs

Histoire "Génial"

car plein de souvenirs ! Il arrive encore à nous faire rêver.

Mon avis

Très bonne compilation. Les grands succès de Bernard Lavilliers sont au rendez-vous ainsi que des titres moins connus. Un bon moyen de découvrir l'oeuvre de cet artiste. Dommage toutefois que sur certains titres, la qualité sonore ne soit pas celle d'un cd.


je la réecoute encore et le charme ..opère if magnifique chanson.....


Né(e) : 7 octobre 1946 à Firminy, France

Genre : Variété française

Années d’activité : '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With the body of a bouncer, the looks of a movie star, and a low, sensual voice, Bernard Lavilliers started as a left-wing singer following in the footsteps of Léo Ferré. This boxer-singer rose to stardom in France in the mid-'70s (other Francophone countries followed quickly) and became an icon of the free-thinking singer/songwriter, the conscience of the French bourgeoisie. A serious traveler and occasional reporter, Lavilliers has made long stays in many South American...
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