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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 24 de marzo de 1971 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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You don't need to speak a word of French to understand Histoire de Melody Nelson -- one needs only to look at the front cover (with its nearly pornographic portrait of a half-naked nymphet clutching a rag doll) or hear the lechery virtually dripping from Serge Gainsbourg's sleazily seductive voice to realize that this is the record your mother always warned you about, a masterpiece of perversion and corruption. A concept record exploring the story of -- and Gainsbourg's lust for -- the titular teen heroine, Histoire de Melody Nelson is arguably his most coherent and perfectly realized studio album, with the lush arrangements which characterize the majority of his work often mixed here with funky rhythm lines which underscore the musky allure of the music. Perhaps best described as a dirty old bastard's attempt to make his own R&B love-man's record along the lines of a Let's Get It On (itself still two years away from release), it's by turns fascinating and repellent, hilarious and grim, but never dull -- which, in Gainsbourg's world, would be the ultimate (and quite possibly the only) sin. © Jason Ankeny /TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de enero de 1979 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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This is one messed up set. Dig the fact that this is Serge Gainsbourg in dread beat and booze. Aux Armes et Cætera is literally Gainsbourg on the rocksteady tip with Sly and Robbie, Flabba Holt, Michael "Mao" Chung, Ansel Collins, I-Threes, Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, and Judy Mowatt, Sticky Thompson, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, and a bunch of French folks playing puff-the-ganja and help the white man in Kingston. Gainsbourg knew what he wanted -- a Lee Perry-styled dubber and dread outing -- and he knew the cats to hire to get it. It contains 15 cuts; some, such as "Javanise," are remakes, while others, ("Des Laids, Des Laids") were written for the session. The Jamaican studio musicians are solid, rocking it down the pipe dark, smoky, and deadly in their grooves. While Serge would seemingly be at a creative impasse, having been one of the whitest men ever to record a side, his tunes work here because he's allowed them to be completely transformed by the Rastas, and his vocals work because they are chanted rather than sung. This is weird, dangerous, and campy music, but it works like a charm. In its day this album was reviled: now it's the work of a visionary. Go figure, but if you dig Gainsbourg, this is for you. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2010 | Universal Music Distributed Labels

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As dance floor fodder goes, Cheese is definitely above average, adding a doze of elegance to the prerequisite "shake-yer-booty" simplistic sound. The music is built around staccato beats that are appropriately primitive, but not mindless, and keyboard lines that are just as sparse, but never lose the otherworldly quality expected of good techno, and come off more earnest than they were probably meant to be. Paul van Haver's vocals may seem to be contrasting the music -- his drawn-out, quiet and clearly enunciated half-whispers in places come close to a somewhat pompous sermon, but mostly sound like a dispassionate news report on some pretty hot things, though you won't know it from the anchor's tone. He is also pretty wordy, which gives the record a French rap vibe at times (though there is no actual rapping), but overall, his vocals help to ground in reality what otherwise would have been pretty abstract music. The whole affair is really quite plain songwriting-wise and doesn't sport any big hooks, but creates an authentic nighttime vibe, and while the music fades into background after a while, it remains fun every time you pay attention -- or catch yourself toe-tapping. The record's main hit, "Alors on danse," may even stir expectations of the album being something above a plain old dance record, but it does not really live up to those -- not because the rest of the music is not up to par, but because it sounds exactly like that one song, which, repeated eleven times over, tends to impress less than it does at three minutes. So, plain old dance record it is, but nobody said it's a bad thing. © Alexey Eremenko /TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de mayo de 1970 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 27 de septiembre de 2010 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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Quirky does not begin to describe Katerine, the last in a long line of absurdist, iconoclast French songwriters. After improbably achieving mainstream popularity five years ago with Robots Après Tout, no one could accuse him of selling out or toning down with Philippe Katerine, one of his most daring statements. The album is made of 24 little sketches, none longer than three minutes, each typically repeating one phrase or concept ad nauseum. Examples range from the nonsensical (reciting the alphabet from A to Z twice, and then backwards) to the vulgar ("Hello I am the queen of England and I am shitting on your face," sung in both English and French), from political irony ("Liberty, my ass; Equality, my ass; Fraternity, my ass" over and over and over), to the disturbingly personal ("It's awful, I dreamed I gave Johnny a blow job," presumably about French rock icon Johnny Halliday). The music, all performed by Sébastien Moreau (bass), Philippe Eveno (guitar), and Katerine (vocals, keyboards), with the only condition that each musician is only allowed to use one instrument and no effects per track, is an equally diverse hodge-podge of non-linear commentaries in any style that can change genre, slow down, or accelerate at will at any given time, or repeat itself exactly the same for the duration. From the a cappella number that opens the album to a set of vocal variations on that incredibly annoying Windows 98 start-up sound, however, Katerine's affected vocals always remain the undisputed center of attention. The cover art slams the final mocking nail, with a family picture of an out-of-his mind Katerine and his real life, and very average-looking, bourgeois parents, ultimate proof that he does not descend from aliens or machines, after all. Depending on your tolerance for Gallic humor and/or the Pataphysics theater of Alfred Jarry, you may find Katerine either a visionary fou savant or a maddeningly juvenile prankster; the debate is still open in France, and the most likely answer a bit of both. Not for everybody's tastes, to be sure, but most definitely unlike anything else you've heard in a while. © Mariano Prunes /TiVo
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World music - Publicado el 10 de febrero de 2014 | Wedge

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 13 de septiembre de 1999 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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África - Publicado el 15 de octubre de 2012 | No Format!

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2011 | Universal Music Division Polydor

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Occupying the same eclectic chanteuse territory as Emilie Simon and Camille, Sophie Huriaux, aka La Grande Sophie, has been hopping genres since the mid-'90s but has only recently begun to achieve the same recognition as her counterparts. Following the Grand Prix du Disque success of 2009's Des Vagues et des Ruisseaux and the honor of being invited to write for such iconic French singers as Françoise Hardy and Sylvie Vartan, her sixth album, La Place du Fantôme, should help consolidate her long-overdue success. Produced by jazz collective Le Sacre du Tympan, it's a typically adventurous affair taking in everything from medieval folk ("Ma Radio") to playful Gallic jazz ("Quand On Parle de Toi") to grungy alt-pop ("Sucrer les Fraises"), while also venturing out onto the dancefloor with the Goldfrapp-esque electro-glam of opener "Bye Bye" and the funky '70s disco of "Dans Ton Royaume." But it's on the more introspective numbers when her sultry smoky vocals best reveal their charms, particularly on the atmospheric trip-hop balladry of "Tu Fais Ton Age" and the stunning closer, "Suzanne," which sees her transform from wistful troubadour to operatic banshee on a beautifully restrained slice of melancholic folk. An audacious but still resolutely classy affair, La Place du Fantôme has set the benchmark for Gallic pop in 2012 pretty high. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 26 de junio de 1985 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 4 de enero de 2010 | Columbia

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 26 de marzo de 2012 | naïve

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África - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2009 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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World music - Publicado el 2 de abril de 2012 | Because Music

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World music - Publicado el 1 de enero de 1999 | Alia Vox

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World music - Publicado el 22 de febrero de 2000 | naïve

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 22 de marzo de 2010 | Parlophone (France)

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World music - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2012 | Accords Croisés

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 25 de abril de 2011 | Universal Music Division Capitol Music France

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de septiembre de 2011 | [PIAS] France

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