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Un bruit qui court

Pauline Croze

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Produced by Jean Lamoot (Alain Bashung), Un Bruit Qui Court is the second album from French singer/songwriter Pauline Croze. Following the stripped-down acoustic arrangements of her self-titled debut, this 2007 release is a much more experimental affair, combining trip-hop, electro-pop, bossa nova, and funk with a variety of traditional folk instruments. Featuring a song written by Parisian vocalist Arthur H, "Baiser d'Adieu," the album also includes the single "Jour de Foule." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: 04 May 1979 in Noisy-le-Sec, Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

French folk-pop chanteuse Pauline Croze was born in the Paris suburb of Noisy-le-Sec on May 4, 1979. As a teen she began learning guitar, and by 20 was a staple of the local coffeehouse circuit, developing a repertoire of original material composed in collaboration with Señor Holmes alum Quito. In early 2003 Croze launched a writing partnership with Edith Fambeuena and Anne Claverie, who previously teamed in the Etienne Daho-sponsored group Les Valentins. By year's end she scored slots at festivals...
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Un bruit qui court, Pauline Croze
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  • 5,99 €
  • Genres: French Pop, Music
  • Released: 12 November 2007

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