Little French Songs (Deluxe Edition) Carla Bruni

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Album info

Album-Release:
2013

HRA-Release:
27.03.2013

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • 1J'Arrive A Toi03:01
  • 2Mon Raymond03:06
  • 3Prière03:23
  • 4Pas Une Dame02:56
  • 5Dolce Francia03:53
  • 6Chez Keith Et Anita02:57
  • 7Darling03:18
  • 8La Valse Posthume03:16
  • 9Liberté03:36
  • 10Little French Song02:55
  • 11Le Pingouin02:18
  • 12La Blonde Exquise03:07
  • 13Lune03:09
  • Total Runtime40:55

Info for Little French Songs (Deluxe Edition)

Carla Bruni’s fourth album, Little French Songs, written and performed in French, English and Italian, is the follow up to Carla’s 2008 critically acclaimed Comme si de rien n’etait (As if Nothing Had Happened) which debuted at #1 in both the Billboard European Top 100 Albums Charts and the French Album Charts. Bruni’s touch is immediately apparent in these new compositions that once again focus on raw emotions and love.

Little French Songs was recorded by Bénédicte Schmitt at Labomatic Studios in Paris and it features eight original compositions by Carla Bruni. Album track, “Priere” was co-written by Carla and longtime friend and collaborator Julien Clerc.“Dolce Francia” is an Italian adaptation of Charles Trenet’s “Douce France” and “Valse Posthume” is written by Chopin, with lyrics written by Carla Bruni.

Carla Bruni has been writing and performing music since 1997. In the late 1990s, Bruni changed direction when she decided to launch a music career, first as a songwriter for Julien Clerc, for whom she wrote several songs for his album Si j’étais elle (If I Were Her), then as a singer-songwriter-for her first album, Quelqu’un m’a dit (Someone Told Me), released in 2002. Composed with the help of Louis Bertignac, who also produced the album, Quelqu’un m’a dit was an instant hit. Acclaimed by critics, the album sold two million copies. In 2003, Bruni won the Prix Raoul Breton, awarded by SACEM (French association of songwriters and composers) to recognize and encourage an up-and-coming songwriter or composer. She was awarded the Victoire de la Musique for Best Female Artist the same year. In January 2007, Bruni released her second album, No Promises, which set English poems to music. Among the poets she selected were Yeats, Auden, Emily Dickinson, Christina Rossetti, Walter de la Mare and Dorothy Parker. This second work, which sold more than 400, 000 copies worldwide, shot to the top of the charts in both France and Europe. Her third album was released 2008 and was entitled Comme si de rien n’était (As If Nothing Happened), the title of a photographic work by her brother Virginio Bruni Tedeschi that appears in the album’s booklet.

Carla Bruni, guitar & vocals

See booklet for all musicians playing on this album.


Carla Bruni has been writing and performing music since 1997. In the late 1990s, Bruni changed direction when she decided to launch a music career, first as a songwriter for Julien Clerc, for whom she wrote several songs for his album Si j’étais elle (If I Were Her), then as a singer-songwriter-for her first album, Quelqu’un m’a dit (Someone Told Me), released in 2002. Composed with the help of Louis Bertignac, who also produced the album, Quelqu’un m’a dit was an instant hit. Acclaimed by critics, the album sold two million copies. In 2003, Bruni won the Prix Raoul Breton, awarded by SACEM (French association of songwriters and composers) to recognize and encourage an up-and-coming songwriter or composer. She was awarded the Victoire de la Musique for Best Female Artist the same year. In January 2007, Bruni released her second album, No Promises, which set English poems to music. Among the poets she selected were Yeats, Auden, Emily Dickinson, Christina Rossetti, Walter de la Mare and Dorothy Parker. This second work, which sold more than 400, 000 copies worldwide, shot to the top of the charts in both France and Europe. Her third album was released 2008 and was entitled Comme si de rien n’était (As If Nothing Happened), the title of a photographic work by her brother Virginio Bruni Tedeschi that appears in the album’s booklet.

Booklet for Little French Songs (Deluxe Edition)

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