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After a flamboyant Brother? Brother! in 2017 on which she elegantly revisited a repertoire which included songs by Sting, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Joe Cocker, Juliette Gréco, Yves Montand and Etta James, Anne Ducros is back with a more intimate record this time. With guitarist Adrien Moignard and double bassist Diego Imber, she applies her sensual dulcet tones with finesse and delicacy on golden standards like Tea For Two, April in Paris, Nuages, The Good Life and The Very Thought Of You. And even when she tackles an openly pop repertoire (Something by The Beatles and Your Song by Elton John), Anne Ducros manages to establish her original and unmistakable voice as the main attraction. On their part, the Moignard/Imber duo brings an unlevelled amount of class to Something. A perfect combination with weighted notes, they are more than just a backdrop to the vocals of the star of the show, eagerly participating in the renewal of this beautiful repertoire, already revisited countless times. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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1
The Very Thought of You
00:04:53

Ray Noble, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Something
00:04:53

GEORGE HARRISON, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Estate
00:05:55

Bruno Martino, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Honeysuckle Rose
00:02:48

Fats Waller, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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I Didn't Know What Time It Was
00:03:48

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Nuages
00:05:28

Django Reinhardt, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Samba Saravah
00:03:59

Pierre Barouh, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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I Thought About You
00:04:03

Anne Ducros, MainArtist - Jimmy Van Heuser, Composer

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April in Paris
00:04:24

Vernon Duke, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Your Song
00:04:30

Elton John, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Tea for Two
00:03:18

Vincent Youmans, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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The Good Life
00:04:30

JEAN BROUSSOLE, Composer - SACHA DISTEL, Composer - Anne Ducros, MainArtist

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Album Description

After a flamboyant Brother? Brother! in 2017 on which she elegantly revisited a repertoire which included songs by Sting, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Joe Cocker, Juliette Gréco, Yves Montand and Etta James, Anne Ducros is back with a more intimate record this time. With guitarist Adrien Moignard and double bassist Diego Imber, she applies her sensual dulcet tones with finesse and delicacy on golden standards like Tea For Two, April in Paris, Nuages, The Good Life and The Very Thought Of You. And even when she tackles an openly pop repertoire (Something by The Beatles and Your Song by Elton John), Anne Ducros manages to establish her original and unmistakable voice as the main attraction. On their part, the Moignard/Imber duo brings an unlevelled amount of class to Something. A perfect combination with weighted notes, they are more than just a backdrop to the vocals of the star of the show, eagerly participating in the renewal of this beautiful repertoire, already revisited countless times. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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