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Album Review

This 14-track compilation covers French singer/songwriter Frances Cabrel's first ten years as a solo artist. It includes his redone version of "Petite Marie," the song which won him the Radio Sud competition — the original drew his ire because CBS messed with the tonality in his voice in post production — and eventually got him his record deal. Also included here are the lovely "Je L'aime a Mourir," "Je Pense Encore a Toi," and "Question d'Equilibre." In all, this compilation is representative of that heady first decade of his career, even if it does not include "Ma Ville," a small complaint.


Genre: French Pop

Varied as it is, the music of Francis Cabrel never strays far from his basic songwriting tools: the acoustic guitar and gentle reflections on life. His clear voice and clean guitar are ever the focus of his songs. Around this core he weaves contemporary folk, blues rock, French pop, smooth jazz, and even classical sounds. His lyrics have received much attention among French-speaking audiences and critics, and his albums sell well in those circles. His style has also sparked a revival of interest...
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