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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (1 août 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Putumayo World Music
  • ASIN : B0000DBJDB
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Fibre De Verre - Paris Combo
  2. Marilou Sous La Neige - Serge Gainsbourg
  3. Si La Photo Est Bonne - Barbara
  4. Juste Quelqu'un De Bien - Enzo Enzo
  5. Je M'suis Fait Tout Petit - Georges Brassens
  6. Elaeudanla Téïtéïa - Jane Birkin
  7. La Mer Opale - Coralie Clément
  8. Ondulé - Mathieu Boogaerts
  9. Un Jour Comme Un Autre - Brigitte Bardot
  10. On N'a Pas Besoin - Paris Combo
  11. Mal O Mains - Sanseverino
  12. En Douce - Baguette Quartette
  13. La Fée Clochette - Polo

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Description du produit

Une carte postale en provenance de Paris, un peu de l'atmosphère des cafés de la rive gauche, de Montmartre ou de Ménilmontant. Serge Gainsbourg, Mathieu Boggaerts, Sanseverino...

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"Eine der besten Putumayo-Kreationen aller Zeiten. Paris, wie es singt und swingt. Neben bezirzenden Musen vom Kaliber einer Brigitte Bardot heben die Garcons in Putumayos französischem Cafehaus auch Chanson-Legenden wie Serge Gainsbourg oder Georges Brassens aufs Tablett." (STEREO 1/2004)

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Format: CD
Voici enfin une petite compilation qui rend homage aux plus grands artistes français (Barbara, Gainsbourg, Brassens, Bardot, etc) ainsi qu'a de tous jeunes chanteurs tout aussi talentueux (Coralie Clément, Polo, etc)
Cette compilation ne comporte certainement pas les titres les plus connus de la chanson française, mais elle a le mérite d'être douce, relaxante et apaisante. Lorsque le cd se termine, on en voudrait encore.
La pochette est attirante, le petit livret a l'interieur est tres bien fait:il contient une page sur chaque artiste(photo+bio)
Un petit repas entre amis, un bon verre de vin, et "French Café" en fond sonore, voilà de quoi passer une bonne soirée!
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HASH(0x90412f60) étoiles sur 5 Y'a d'la joie! 27 juin 2004
Par Rebecca Whiting - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Serge Gainsbourg (or Gainsbarre, as they call him in the Caribbean) is one of the creepiest musical perverts ever known. He's also one of France's great musical geniuses, so go figure. Putumayo had the guts to put him on the disc and the good taste to select a beautiful, melancholy, and touching song: "Marilou sous la neige".
How do you narrow down the brilliant Barbara to a single song? Everything about her was always just so: the right enunciation, hitting the notes perfectly, every hair in place, her make-up impeccable. Putumayo chose "Si la photo est bonne", and it fits right into the album without leaving me drooling for more (although more would be nice).
The collection is called "French Cafe", so you should have a pretty good idea what you're going to get. The question is, did Putumayo choose the tracks well? ABSOLUTELY. This is one of their real winners. It creates a perfect mood, laid-back and content, neither too melancholy nor too zealous.
Just the thing for cruising the Pacific Coast Highway through Laguna Beach, the sun and waves and palm trees and thirty dollar pizzas and rich ladies in high heels on the beach.
Or you might want to put it on while you houseclean, because it's not so brooding you'll collapse in tears among the cinders, but neither is it so vigorous you'll look like a overprogrammed robot. You'll just think: "Hell, why not vacuum in pearls?"
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HASH(0x8f0e106c) étoiles sur 5 A terrific French ensemble 13 avril 2004
Par Alison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I chose to buy this CD because I was looking for a good collection of and introduction to French musicians (past and present). A major attraction of this album is the lengthy, detailed booklet it comes with that tells about each group or singer on the album and gives a rough translation of the lyrics in English. (Note: a complete translation in English is not provided, just a few lines) Summaries of the songs' subjects in English are provided, though. If you understand/can translate French, I highly recommend reading the lyrics because it just adds another dimension of enjoyment and appreciation of the songs. I was able to find the French lyrics to all of the songs, except for the last song, on [...]
While it is true that this album is most likely not an accurate representation of the music playing at French cafes today, it is still a great collection and introduction to some great French artists. I will definitely be looking into buying the albums of some of the groups/singers on this CD. The music is jazzy, light-hearted, and relaxing and has been playing and replaying in my stereo for days.
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HASH(0x9653eb4c) étoiles sur 5 Got the Paris bug? :) 11 juin 2004
Par DiveBoracay! - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This cd was playing in a beautiful little shop in the Detroit Radisson Hotel recently. It caught my attention the second that I walked through the door and I ended up "keeping busy" in the store just so that I could listen to it. I listened to several songs and fell in love with it! I went through a long process to figure out what it was that was playing, as the hotel had different cds on automatic rotate throughout the complex and no one had any idea how to find out which one was playing. lol. I finally got the answer and was able to purchase it at one of the hotel shops! :) I am very pleased! It is such a relaxing dreamy cd. If I would have seen the case of it first, I would not have been drawn to it as it looks very "high pace, hustle and bustle" (I know I know, you can't judge a book by its cover!:)But the music on this cd isn't what I would have expected from seeing the cover. I love it! I am looking into the other cds in this series because it is so great! So far, the Brazillian one is also fabulous!
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HASH(0x8f0e1474) étoiles sur 5 Crooning Jazzy Sultry Musique De Cafe 10 avril 2006
Par P. Kingsriter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Putumayo presents another well-crafted collection of tunes evoking the mood of a particular place, in this case the much-romanticized street-side French cafe. An interesting aspect of this compilation is that Putumayo did their research and went for authenticity rather than an American idealization of what many would ANTICIPATE hearing at a French cafe. (The solo accordion pieces ain't here, folks.) You'll hear authentic French artists performing their best chops, not something Disney-esque or "Rugrats in Paris"-like. The result is a breezy, easy to listen to, largely club-jazz album that may make one want to whip out a hard baguette to gnaw on.

Paris Combo does a fine job on their two pieces, delivering smooth, low-key vocals backed by a serviceable jazz quartet. Serge Gainsbourg sultrily growls in his piece, evoking passion showing how his music reached superstar status in France (even recording a couple of albums with Brigitte Bardot, also featured here). Enzo Enzo's wispy vocals waft from one's stereo light and airy, emulating a musical breeze. Some may find a tune or two somewhat pretentious (as many things French can be easily deemed) but most of the songs are by-and-large quite discreet. One could almost imagine an alternate album title: French Lounge Lizard...

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As with all Putumayo albums, the liner notes are so informative and interesting, they bear meantioning in a review. The clean, crisp production is in typical Putumayo fashion, very high.

FRENCH CAFE comes highly recommended for those who've been France and want an album that'll take you back. Also recommended for those in search of a change of pace album good for setting a low-light mood. Overall, an unobtrusive and enjoyable collection.
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HASH(0x8f0de1e0) étoiles sur 5 J'aime bien la chanson française 16 mars 2004
Par Paul F. Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The title of the compilation is a little misleading, since there's a difference between what you might hear in "le café" (Georges Brassens, Barbara) vs. what you might hear in "le club" (Paris Combo, Serge Gainsbourg), and there's a difference between traditional French "chanson" and "le pop." But for all that, this is a great collection, even if you don't speak the language. My local music store just seems to stock Maurice Chevalier, Edith Piaf, and the occasional Jacques Brel CD, but this gave me nice taste of what else is available, so I've already bought Paris Combo's ATTRACTION and I'm now looking for a good Georges Brassens collection.
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