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French Music - Released March 2, 2018 | Initial Artist Services

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French Music - Released January 26, 2018 | AllPoints

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French Music - Released November 3, 2017 | Osmose Inverse, under exclusive license to Play Two

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French Music - Released January 1, 2013 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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French Music - Released October 14, 2016 | Columbia

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French Music - Released November 10, 2017 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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French Music - Released April 6, 2018 | Initial Artist Services

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French Music - Released April 7, 2017 | Wagram Music - 3ème Bureau

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French Music - Released March 9, 2018 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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French Music - Released November 17, 2017 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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French Music - Released February 1, 2005 | WM France

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French Music - Released March 2, 2018 | Columbia

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French Music - Released November 25, 2016 | tôt Ou tard

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French Music - Released November 24, 2017 | Wagram Music - 3ème Bureau

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French Music - Released June 2, 2017 | Balulalo

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The Fil [The Thread] – hers – is still there. Intact. Unadulterated. It is the thread that she spun twelve years ago, and which saw her pulled into the public eye. The world of Chanson Française, which hasn't known such popularity for years, was left gobsmacked at this extraterrestrial's way of stretching and reshaping the language, its sounds and rhythms, as no-one else could. A strong personality which could not but cause a clash between adoring fans and overweening enemies on the scale of the Battle of Hernani... With her fifth album, Camille is holding on tight to her Fil. Written near to Villeneuve-Lès-Avignon, Ouï is a seed planted in a rhythmic furrow. It grows outward from a rhythm like a heartbeat, gradually unfurling its song and sounds. Because what you get from Camille's singing is both form and content. She has a way of making her work unique and setting herself apart from her predecessors, and even of her contemporaries. The rhythm at the heart of her songs is fed by many roots. Above all, the acrobatics in her voice are fuelled by folklore and traditional music (starkness, simplicity, austerity). Her voice walks. Then jumps. Then flies. Then stretches out. And starts again. The intense high-wire act plays itself out in every song. Sous le sable which opens this magnificent record perfectly reflects each unique aspect of Camille's work, in all its specificity, and it showcases her overall approach brilliantly. But above all, Ouï evokes a strong, physical sensation. And that is something quite rare in modern music. © MD/Qobuz
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French Music - Released January 1, 2013 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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French Music - Released October 6, 2017 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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French Music - Released December 8, 2017 | SMART

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French Music - Released April 6, 2018 | Parlophone France

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Françoise Hardy is a pop survivor. As she admitted herself, her 2012 album L’Amour Fou sounded the death knell of a prolific 50-year career. But after listening completely by chance to a song of Finnish band Poets of the fall, she decided to adapt it in French and that’s how this new album adventure all started. The singer of Message personnel has always dressed up her albums with patchy elements from all of sorts of collaborations (both for the music and lyrics), and this Personne d’autre is no exception to the rule. A personality seems to stand out, and that’s Erick Benzi, who composed nine songs on this album. He’s also the author behind most arrangements. In addition to Benzi, the credits feature La Grande Sophie, Thierry Stremler and… Michel Berger (for the cover of Seras-tu là?).
Unsurprisingly Personne d’autre specifically focuses on death, with which Françoise Hardy had a close encounter in the middle of the 2010s. But rather than fearing it, the singer looks at death straight in the eyes, even considering it with a form of lightness, like in the counting rhyme Trois petits tours – the only perky track on the album. But aside from this surprising song, the opus seems like a sweet purgatory, in which atonement appears to be a step more pleasant than painful. This flawless harmony comes first and foremost from the magnificent melodies that enrich each song: in the tender lullaby Dors mon ange, the melancholic Personne d’autre or the elegant waltz Quel Dommage, Françoise Hardy shows once again her attraction for beautiful and noble melodies. At times, deadly metaphors are not the most subtle, like in the lyrics of Train Spécial, but it's arrangements are deliciously 80s. Same goes for the strong echo that underlies her voice here and there, transforming her de facto into an angelic figure rising into heaven. But overall, the listener will be seduced by the gracious serenity of what − from all angles − sure seems like a farewell album. © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz
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French Music - Released November 24, 2017 | Universal Music Division Polydor

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