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Influenced by Leonard Cohen's Songs from a Room, Quinze Chansons is the melancholic fourth studio album from French indie pop vocalist Vincent Delerm. Released in 2008, the follow-up to Les Piqûres d'Araignée is packed full of pop culture references with songs that name-check footballer Patrick Vieira, photographer Martin Parr, and actor Patrick Dewaere. Produced by Jean-Philippe Verdin, its 15 tracks include collaborations with trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf, Swedish singer/songwriter Peter von Poehl, and former Les Innocents frontman J.P. Nataf. A bonus edition, featuring two extra tracks, "Italie" and "Le Nombril," was also later released. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 31 August 1976 in Evreux, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The music of French chanson Vincent Delerm channeled the sophisticated, archly literary pop tradition first popularized by American songwriters like Randy Newman and Paul Simon. No surprise, given that he is the child of acclaimed novelist Philippe and children's writer/illustrator Martine Delerm. Born August 31, 1976, in Evreux, Vincent was raised on the romantic, melancholy pop of French icons Alain Souchon and Françoise Hardy. As a teen, he embraced British post-punk icons the Cure and Joy Division,...
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