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Step back in time with these beautiful and timeless French chansons by legends and contemporary artists.
Though echoing the past, Vintage France proves how alive and hip classic French chanson remains. Several generations of musicians continue to find inspiration in tunes that were first popularized in the early to mid-1900s. Over the last 100 years, the French chanson tradition has undergone a process of evolution, yet retained an inimitable charm. Fans of Piaf and Gainsbourg, or new listeners looking for an introduction to France’s classic gems, will find exactly what they are looking for on Vintage France.
Playlist:1. Juliette Greco - "La Valse Brune" - (France) 2. Asier Etxeandia - "J'attendrai" - (Spain) 3. Madeleine Peyroux - "La Javanaise" - (USA) 4. Patrick Nugier - "Jardin d' Hiver" - (France) 5. Martijn Luttmer - "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg" - (Netherlands) 6. Daniel Roure - "Les Baleines Bleues" - (France) 7. Norbert Slama Trio - "Nany" - (France) 8. Francesca Blanchard - "Sous le Ciel de Paris" - (France) 9. Raphael Bas - "Confessin'" - (France) 10. Art Mengo and Lara Guirao - "Je Me Fais des Idees" - (France) 11. Jean Claude Laudat - "Cloviswing" - (France) 12. Philippe Gautier - "Menilmontant" - (France)
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