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Rendez-vous (Edition Deluxe)

Jane Birkin

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Following on from the world music stylings of 2002's remarkable Arabesque album, but dispensing with that album's reliance on Serge Gainsbourg compositions, 2004's Rendez-Vous is Jane Birkin's most wide-open album in years, a joyous romp whose only downfall is, contrarily, the very factor that brought it so much attention. A collection of duets, Rendez-Vous pairs Birkin with singers as far-flung as Etienne Daho and Bryan Ferry, Françoise Hardy and Beth Gibbons, and the success rate is thrown as far across the spectrum as the guests. Alain Chamfort, for example, can add nothing to "T'As Pas le Droit d'Avoir Moins Mal Que Moi" simply because his vocal approach really isn't that different to Birkin's own, while Placebo frontman Brian Molko sounds more overwhelmed writing and singing for Birkin than he ever did alongside David Bowie. Plus, "Smile" really isn't a very good song. The triumphs, on the other hand, stand alongside (almost) any duet Birkin has recorded in the past. Her partnership with Hardy, "Surannée," is as astonishing as it ought to be; Gibbons' "Strange Melody" is a haunted atmosphere for two shattered voices; while linking with Ferry for a sparsely sinister (if a little fast) rendition of Roxy Music's "In Every Dream Home a Heartache" has a bizarre symmetry that defies belief. It is, after all, one thing for Ferry to sing a love song to a blow-up doll, but what are listeners to make of Birkin's half of the duet? Is the doll singing back to him? Does she have one of her own? Or are the protagonists locked into so dysfunctional a relationship that neither can see past the other's most obvious charms? But for all the album's failings (or, rather, those of its guests), Rendez-Vous is a wonderful album, a remarkable achievement, and as valuable a Birkin album as any of her '90s releases.
© Dave Thompson /TiVo

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1
Je m'appelle Jane
00:03:29

Mickaël Furnon, Composer, Writer - Jane Birkin, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Mickey 3d, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

2
T'as pas le droit d'avoir moins mal que moi
00:04:11

Jean-Noel Chaleat, Composer - Alain Chamfort, Production, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist - Jacques Duvall, Writer

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

3
In Every Dream Home a Heartache
00:04:12

Bryan Ferry, Composer, Writer, MainArtist, Spoken Voice Vocals - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

4
Palais Royal
00:03:42

Alain Souchon, Musicians, MainArtist, Second Vocals - Jean-Noel Chaleat, Composer - Alain Chamfort, Composer - Jay Alanski, Lyricist - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

5
La grippe
00:02:41

Jacques Higelin, Composer - Brigitte Fontaine, Writer - Etienne Daho, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

6
Strange Melody
00:03:51

Beth Gibbons, Composer, Writer - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

7
O Leaozinho
00:03:18

CAetano Veloso, Composer, Writer, MainArtist, Spoken Voice Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

8
Pour un flirt avec toi
00:03:12

Roland Vincent, Composer - Michel Delpech, Writer - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist - Christophe Miossec, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

9
The Simple Story
00:03:55

Gonzales, Composer, Writer - Feist, Composer, Writer, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

10
Te souviens-tu ?
00:02:35

MANU CHAO, Composer, Producer, Writer, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

11
Smile
00:03:39

Brian Molko, Writer, Performance, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist - Rachel Corkett, Composer

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

12
Surannée
00:02:32

Keren Ann Zeidel, Composer - Françoise Hardy, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Benjamin Biolay, Composer, Writer - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

13
Canary Canary
00:04:45

Yosui Inoue, Composer, Writer, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

14
Chiamami Adesso
00:08:17

Paolo Conte, Composer, Writer, Music, MainArtist, Second Vocals, Guest Musicians - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

DISQUE 2

1
Portbail
00:02:25

Alain Souchon, Writer - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 Parlophone / Warner Music France

2
Canary Canary Version Tokyo
00:04:54

Yosui Inoue, Composer, Writer, MainArtist, Second Vocals - Jane Birkin, Vocals, MainArtist

2004 Parlophone / Warner Music France 2003 For Life Music Ent

Descriptif de l'album

Following on from the world music stylings of 2002's remarkable Arabesque album, but dispensing with that album's reliance on Serge Gainsbourg compositions, 2004's Rendez-Vous is Jane Birkin's most wide-open album in years, a joyous romp whose only downfall is, contrarily, the very factor that brought it so much attention. A collection of duets, Rendez-Vous pairs Birkin with singers as far-flung as Etienne Daho and Bryan Ferry, Françoise Hardy and Beth Gibbons, and the success rate is thrown as far across the spectrum as the guests. Alain Chamfort, for example, can add nothing to "T'As Pas le Droit d'Avoir Moins Mal Que Moi" simply because his vocal approach really isn't that different to Birkin's own, while Placebo frontman Brian Molko sounds more overwhelmed writing and singing for Birkin than he ever did alongside David Bowie. Plus, "Smile" really isn't a very good song. The triumphs, on the other hand, stand alongside (almost) any duet Birkin has recorded in the past. Her partnership with Hardy, "Surannée," is as astonishing as it ought to be; Gibbons' "Strange Melody" is a haunted atmosphere for two shattered voices; while linking with Ferry for a sparsely sinister (if a little fast) rendition of Roxy Music's "In Every Dream Home a Heartache" has a bizarre symmetry that defies belief. It is, after all, one thing for Ferry to sing a love song to a blow-up doll, but what are listeners to make of Birkin's half of the duet? Is the doll singing back to him? Does she have one of her own? Or are the protagonists locked into so dysfunctional a relationship that neither can see past the other's most obvious charms? But for all the album's failings (or, rather, those of its guests), Rendez-Vous is a wonderful album, a remarkable achievement, and as valuable a Birkin album as any of her '90s releases.
© Dave Thompson /TiVo

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