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Love Songs (Deluxe Version)

Vanessa Paradis

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It's been six years since Divinidylle, and Vanessa Paradis is making up for lost time with the 22-track Love Songs. The title bears some poignancy — this is her first offering since splitting from Johnny Depp. (He and their daughter Lily Rose get co-writing credits on the dubwise "New Year.") Benjamin Biolay produced the set, wrote six tunes for it, co-wrote another with Paradis, and performed a duet with her. Biolay may not be the next Serge Gainsbourg, but he is the master's most logical successor in terms of musical sophistication, writing chops, and a willingness to experiment sonically. Among the other songwriters who contributed material are Mathieu Boogaerts, Mickaël Furnon, BB Brunes' Adrien Gallo, Marcel Kanche, and Paradis. Opener "L'au-Delà" is a modern French chanson offered in lilting waltz time; guitars and snare drum move directly at the singer who slips them and lets the lyric guide her delivery. The title track single by Biolay caused a discussion between singer and producer — being one of his best songs, she wanted him to keep it for himself, but he insisted she record it. It's classic French disco, complete with big bassline, spacy strings, Star Wars battle synths, organic and synthetic percussion, wah-wah guitars, and an infectious, hooky, vocal chorus. Paradis' voice, usually wispy and slight, digs into the lyric with force and delight. "Les Espaces et les Sentiments" is funky pop, where the singer struts atop the bassline, synth pulse, and percussion, and places them in service of her sultry delivery. "Tu pars Comme on Revient," by Biolay, brings the classic age of French chanson to the indie pop era with a flourish, yet it took this singer to pull it off. "The Dark It Comes" is a duet with ex-Libertines' Carl Barat; it's a twisted murder ballad whose narrative stands in sharp contrast to its lush musical arrangement. The tango-gypsy fusion in "Le Rempart" is clever and convincing, as is "Sombreros," where reggae meets cumbia. "Mi Amor" is Phil Spector rock & roll with 21st century production featuring a dirty bassline vamp and blissed-out guitars in the bridge. It highlights Paradis' sassy, playful phrasing — she can sing this stuff all day and always sound convincing. She lends a wistful poignancy to her reading of Jacques Brel's classic "La Chanson des Vieux Cons," which Biolay illustrates dramatically with a restrained operatic backing choir, organ, and piano. His duet with her on "Les Roses Roses" owes as much to early rock & roll as it does to the breezy sophisti-pop Biolay is famous for. As a result of this collaboration, Love Songs is Paradis' most heterogeneous album musically — though that is admittedly subtle at first. While Biolay's importance cannot be overstated, this is the very first Paradis record where she sounds like a full partner with her producer rather than the singer he illuminates. While she doesn't leave pop behind here, she pushes its envelope — and her own — attaining a diversity that we couldn't have imagined from her previously. [A Deluxe Edition was also released.]

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Un voyage....

Les extraits sont un vrai plaisir pour l oreille. Une merveille - un voyage. de la douceur - du rythme - de l honnêteté.....

SERVICE PRESSE OU FAN EPERDU

Comment ils font les gens pour dire que c'est un super album alors qu'il sort dans un mois

déçu

la voix de Vanessa est jolie, agréable, c'est ce qui me plait dans l'album,pour le reste,
les compositions,paroles ou musiques ne me plaisent pas, le style (ou les styles ) non plus;
en tant que fan de la 1ère heure je suis deçu par cet album, c'est mou, kitsch, et plutôt fade,
trop de mélanges de styles qui ne lui correspondent pas,les collaborations avec les artistes ne sont pas du tout judicieux (que ce soit biolay, bb brunes,mickey 3d ou elephant,aucun de ces artistes ne colle avec le style Vaness),2 ou 3 chansons malgré tout sont bien, mais ne feront pas de "tubes" ,excepté pour love songs peut être,
pour résumé,un album mièvre,qui ne reflète pas Vaness tel que je la connais,elle a perdue un genre rock,son ptit brin de provoc qu'on aimait, pour un style de variété française kitsch et edulcoré qui plaira surement aux bobos parisiens (et autres),mais pas aux vrais fans comme moi,on est si loin,pour pas dire à l'opposé de l'album signé Lenny Kravitz! (le meilleur à mon avis)

Biographies

Né(e) : 22 septembre 1972 à Saint-Maur-Des-Fossés, Val-De-Mar

Genre : Variété française

Années d'activité : '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

French singer and model Vanessa Paradis first hit the charts in 1987 at the tender age of 14. Her single "Joe le Taxi" spent 11 weeks at the top of the French charts, and proved an international success as well. She recorded two albums in Paris before traveling to New York in 1992 to record her self-titled English-language debut, with one-time boyfriend Lenny Kravitz as producer. The album's "Be My Baby" was also a hit, but Paradis' popularity waned a bit. Among the various film, television, and...
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