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Florent Pagny - Habana (2016)

29-04-2016, 06:52
Pop | Latin | French

Title: Habana
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Universal Music GmbH
Genre: French Chanson, Latin, Pop
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:41:32
Total Size: 101 mb

01. Dónde Va la Vida
02. Viviré
03. Volver a Cantar
04. Encore
05. Habana
06. Agua Salada
07. Voz de Bolero
08. Dónde Están
09. Falta el Ruido
10. Mais où s'en va la vie

Despite an unpredictable and often controversial career that included detours into opera, the chanson tradition, and feature films as well as myriad personal obstacles, Florent Pagny has remained one of the biggest-selling recording artists in contemporary French pop since the late '80s. Born November 6, 1961, in Chalon-sur-Saône, Pagny was the product of a working-class background and spent the better part of his adolescence competing in local radio contests and amateur showcases. At 16 he quit school and relocated to Paris to pursue a career in music and theater, working a series of odd jobs before beginning vocal studies at the Conservatoire de Levallois-Perret. While moonlighting as a bartender Pagny befriended talent scout Dominique Besnard. Smitten with Pagny's wild, unkempt look, Besnard helped him land roles in the features La Balance and Alain Corneau's Fort Saganne, and the resulting attention also led to a record deal. Pagny issued his debut single, "N'Importe Quoi," in 1987. The anti-drug anthem proved a blockbuster success, selling in excess of one million copies and rocketing its singer to overnight superstardom. With the 1988 release of the follow-up, "Laisser Nous Respirer," Pagny solidified his image as an icon of youthful rebellion and angst, although his third single, "Comme d'Habitude," unexpectedly resurrected Claude François' variété classic. Finally, in the spring of 1990 Pagny issued his first full-length LP, Merci. While music critics ridiculed his rebel stance and relationship with nubile pop sensation Vanessa Paradis, the record nevertheless proved a sizable hit, and early the following year he headlined a sold-out performance at Paris' Zénith. After a return to his movie career, Pagny resumed his musical pursuits with 1992's Réaliste, a melancholy and disjointed effort recorded in the wake of his breakup with Paradis. The record sold poorly, and as the singer squandered his fortune on clothes, motorcycles, and partying, he sank into a depression that kept him out of the limelight for close to two years. Pagny resurfaced in 1994 with Rester Vrai, which introduced a newly modernized rock sensibility that restored his commercial luster. A year later, the best-of collection, Bienvenue Chez Moi, launched several new singles, most notably his smash cover of Lucio Dalla's operatic hit "Caruso." With the title cut from 1997's Savoir Aimer, Pagny returned to the top of the French singles chart and later won Best Male Artist of the Year honors at the annual Victoires de la Musique Awards. The sole French representative included at Luciano Pavarotti's all-star international charity concert in June 1998, Pagny returned to chart prominence later that year with the Erick Benzi-penned "Dors." In late 1999, he again defied conventional wisdom with Ré-Création, a collection of covers drawn from the French chanson idiom. Châtelet les Halle followed in late 2000, and a year later Pagny issued 2, a series of duets enlisting singers including Pascal Obispo and Axel Bauer. While 2003's Ailleurs Land was another best-seller, Pagny took a public thrashing in early 2004, when he was prosecuted for tax evasion. His next film, Quand Je Vois le Soleil, also flopped, but at year's end his career again flourished via Baryton, a set indulging his lifelong passion for opera. The chanson-inspired Abracadabra followed in the spring of 2006. In 2007, he released Pagny Chante Brel, an album of Jacques Brel covers given a reworking in Pagny's own distinct style. He returned in 2010 with Tout et son Contraire and the acoustic live release Ma Liberté de Chanter in 2012. For 2013's Vieillir Avec Toi, Pagny chose the work of Calogero, who composed and directed the entire album. It produced Pagny's biggest hit in ten years, and topped the charts in France and Belgium, spent over a year on the French charts, and was certified diamond. A live version of the album, Vieillir Ensemble: Le Live, was released at the end of 2014 and reached the charts as well.



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mufty77   User offline   29 April 2016 06:56

Many thanks, but what a pity - lossless would be much better.

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fantastik   User offline   30 April 2016 11:58

nеw linкs

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NYCKid60   User offline   28 May 2016 03:34

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