The Empress, Bernard Lavilier, Philip Catherine, Cole and the Gang, …

  • Bernard Lavilier – You and Me

Bernard Lavelier sings about love in this adaptation of Seu Jorge’s “Tive Razão” by Seu Jorge. It becomes “you and I” in French. Bernard Lavelier who had joined El Dorado, Brazil, at the age of nineteen, and returned from it a year later, to be imprisoned in Metz Castle as a rebel.

This song was featured on his twenty-second album, “Under a huge sun”, partially in Buenos Aires. A re-release of the album has just been released in an unreleased four-track collector’s edition.

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“Life on Mars,” a song written by David Bowie and published in 1971 on his Hunky Dory album, has been revised and translated in Portuguese to the Brazilian voices of singer and comedian Seu Jorge, who since his second album “Cru” in 2005, has epitomized the revival of Brazilian samba music.

A song that undoubtedly brings back beautiful memories to everyone who watched the Wes Anderson movie “Life Aquatic” because it was part of the soundtrack for this great movie in 2004

  • Pierre Rouh – It’s only water

Pierre Barrow is famous for his significant participation in the film “Man and a Woman” in which he plays and interprets the theme song of the film. He is also the creator of the label Saravah Which will present, among others, Jacques Heiglin and Brigitte Fontaine, as well as Bossa Nova in France.

Pierre Ruh passed his passion for music to his daughter Maya Ruh. French-Japanese singer-songwriter and flautist, author of a new album Aida, in which we find, Tokyo Ondo, a popular Japanese song arranged and updated. It was written after a major earthquake devastated the Tokyo area in 1923. Tokyo, the city where Maïa Barouh was born and where she began her career as a musician.

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  • Clear – it’s all in the head

Claire (without E) is a singer and dancer, longtime partner of Philip Catherine. She, like him, has a sense of humor and eccentricity that fits perfectly with the enigmatic and sensitive personality of her now-produced friend.

Because yes, Claire is the first artist to sign Philip Catherine’s new label: Magic House. It’s not magic if Catherine is now in the playlist, it makes sense my friends, I even want to tell you “it’s all in the head”!

  • Catherine – Damn you

It’s not magic if Catherine is now in the playlist, it makes sense my friends, I even want to tell you “it’s all in the head”!

  • The Black Keys – It’s Not Over Yet

The Black Keys, the famous American blues rock duo from Akron, Ohio. Friends since high school. Dan Auerbach was the captain of the soccer team, and Patrick Carney was a recluse. Years after their first eight-track recordings in Patrick Carney’s basement in Nashville, they conquered the world with their blue rocks that were at one time very close and very different from those of White lines.

Today, they are both 42 years old, still united for the best old rock music, and they recently released their eleventh album, “Dropout Boogie”. It is also the first album to feature multiple outside contributors to write the titles.

Gabriel’s has always been a huge lover of America. He sang on his English debut as part of his Texas project in Paris. He then switched to French, blending American folk and country influences. He even recorded his debut album in Nashville which includes duets with Will Oldham (Bonnie Prince Bailey) and Caitlin Rose. Building on his success, three years later, he did it again with Will Oldham and also called Musik.

  • Baptiste W. Hamon – Until the Light

“Until the Light” is a title taken from Baptiste W. Hamon’s third album. The musical project was recorded in Bristol.

  • Baptiste W. Hamon – Blue of the Sky (feat. Barbagallo)

Last year, Baptiste W. Hamon released the mini album Bargamon In collaboration with Julien Barbagallo (member of the Australian group Tame Impala), you’ll be hearing a little snippet in an instant, right?

  • The Empress – Tropical Feelings

When you ask the group’s creator, Charles de Boisseguan, “Why L’Impératrice?”, the former music journalist replies: “The group is called L’Impératrice because we all feel a certain fascination with what women stand for: their sensuality, sensitivity, elegance…”

That name took on its full meaning when the band’s singer, Fleur, arrived in 2015, with her voice and lyrics, at the vocal and groove song service.

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  • KOOL & THE GANG – Funky stuff

We leave with unconventional, timeless things, an unquenchable desire to dance and find ourselves more faithful than ever!

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