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Encouraged by the response to her performance at the Juste Pour Rire festival's tribute to comedian Patrick Huard, Francophone chanteuse Nicole Martin returns from the musical wilderness with Cocktail de Douceur. Inspired by radio host Paul Arcand's suggestion of following Rod Stewart's Great American Songbook template, the belated follow-up to 1993's Un Noel d'Amour sees the Quebec singer/songwriter tackle the classic jazz, blues, and swing standards from the '30s and '40s with a little help from producer Julie Lamontagne, whose subtle arrangements faithfully re-create the smoky cocktail bar vibes of the originals. Alongside three songs performed in English (George Gershwin's Broadway number "The Man I Love," Rudy Vallée's "P.S. I Love You," and St. Louis Woman's show tune "Come Rain or Come Shine"), there are French interpretations of Great American Songbook classics including Nat King Cole's "That's All" ("Pour Te Plaire"), Frank Sinatra's "Night and Day" ("Tout Le Jour, Toute La Nuit"), Ethel Waters' "Stormy Weather" ("Nostalgia"), and iconic native-tongued tracks such as Yves Montand's "Les Feuilles Mortes," Edith Piaf's "Hymne a L'amour," and Charles Trenet's "Que Reste-T-Il De Nos Amours." Proving that the lengthy time away hasn't weakened her talents, Martin's graceful vocals remain as elegant as ever, and while none of the disc's 13 tracks provide definitive interpretations, Cocktail de Douceur is still a welcome Gallic alternative to a tried and tested formula and should place Martin back where she belongs. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Nato(a): 28 settembre 1949, Donnacona, Quebec, Canada

Genere: Pop francese

Anni di attività: '80s

Nicole Martin is a Francophone singer/songwriter and producer from Quebec, Canada, with an adult pop style whose career peaked in popularity during the late '70s and early '80s. Born on September 29, 1949, in Donnacona, Quebec, she began her recording career in 1967 as a member of the duo Nicole et Frédéric and embarked on her solo career a few years later. Upon signing a recording contract with Disques Campus, Martin made her solo recording debut on the label with the single "Tout Tourne et Tout...
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