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Vingt a Trente Mille Jours

  • 1. Derrire le Grand Filtre
    2. Si Tu Disais - (featuring Budapest Symphony Orchestra)
    3. Affaire d'Un Jour, L'
    4. Portsmouth
    5. Origine du Monde, L'
    6. Vingt a Trente Mille Jours
    7. Chanson d'Helene, La
    8. Silhouette Minuscule
    9. Sans Souci
    10. Nutt Repose, La
    11. Heure Bleue, L'
    12. Il N'Y a Pas d'Hommes Dans Les Coulissens
    13. Verre Pile, Le
    14. Je Ne Veux Pas Quitter
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 49946

  • Credits

    Personnel: Joey Burns (vocals); Sacha Toorop (guitar, percussion); Jerome Miniere (acoustic guitar, programming); Yann Tiersen (violone, violin, vibraphone); Luc Rambo (piano, organ, vibraphone).
    Audio Mixer: Craig Schumacher.
    Recording information: Mobile Push, Bruxelles (04/20/2000-06/22/2000); Studio Caraibes (04/20/2000-06/22/2000); Studio en Frente Arte, Paris, France (04/20/2000-06/22/2000).
    Photographers: Luc Rambo; Franoiz Breut; Luc Rambo.
    Arrangers: Fabrice Dumont; Luc Rambo; Yann Tiersen; Pierre Bondu.
    On her second album (roughly translated as "twenty to thirty thousand days"), French chanteuse Francoiz Breut resembles a sultry lounge singer, while songwriter/partner (and notable vocalist in his own right) Dominique A is like a jazz-obsessed beatnik. Most lyrics are in French, though Breut says plenty with her half-spoken, half-sung grief. When they decide to plug in the electric guitar, like on the playful "L'origine du Monde," Breut proves that she can be fashionably upbeat. The Western-flavored guitar threads Vingt a Trente Mille Jours together, while the violins give the record its most exquisite moments. ~ Kenyon Hopkin

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