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Patricia Kaas - Mademoiselle N'a Pas Chante Que Le Blues (2012)

9-09-2013, 06:14
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | World | French | Pop

Patricia Kaas - Mademoiselle N'a Pas Chante Que Le Blues (2012)

Artist: Patricia Kaas
Title Of Album: Mademoiselle N'a Pas Chante Que Le Blues
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Artic Records
Genre: Pop, French, Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 59:24 Min
Total Size: 144 Mb


1. Une fille de l'est
2. C'est la faute à la vie
3. Summertime
4. Mon mec à moi
5. Mne nravitsya
6. Il me dit que je suis belle
7. Peut-être que peut-être
8. Entrer dans la lumière
9. If You Go Away (Ne quitte pas)
10. Et s'il fallait le faire
11. D'allemagne
12. Où sont les hommes ?
13. Si tu rêves
14. Je voudrais la connaítre
15. Mademoiselle chante le blues
16. Lili Marleen (L'ange bleu)

Chanteuse Patricia Kaas was born in France's Lorraine region, where she began performing as a youth; by age 11, she even held a residency at the Rumpelkammer Club in Sarrebrucken, Germany, over time honing a distinct style updating the French chanson tradition with elements of pop, blues and jazz. Scoring her first national hit in 1987 with "Mademoiselle Chante le Blues," Kaas was named Female Newcomer of the Year at the Victoires de la Musique, and her debut album Mademoiselle Chante earned platinum status in France, Belgium and Switzerland; the follow-up, Scene de Vie, topped the French charts for three months. She then spent the better part of the early '90s touring the globe, becoming the first Western-born female performer to play in Hanoi since the end of the conflict in Vietnam; Je te dis vous followed in 1993, and the following year Kaas issued her first live effort, Tour de charme. Upon completing 1997's Phil Ramone-produced Dans Ma Chair, Kaas headlined a series of dates at Paris' Olympia Theatre which yielded the live Rendez-vous; her debut for Sony Classical, Christmas in Vienna, appeared in 1999.

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jojo5   User offline   5 October 2013 16:35

thanks a lot

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