Vingt a Trente Mille Jours

Vingt a Trente Mille Jours

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by Françoiz Breut
     
 
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

Overview

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.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/22/2005
Label:
Emi France
UPC:
0724384994624
catalogNumber:
849946

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Françoiz Breut   Primary Artist
Joey Burns   Vocals
Katerine   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Yann Tiersen   Violin,Violone,Vibes
Vilmos Horváth   Performing Ensemble
Budapest Symphony Orchestra   Strings,Ensemble
Jerome Miniere   Acoustic Guitar
Luc Rambo   Organ,Piano,Vibes
Sacha Toorop   Guitar,Percussion

Technical Credits

Fabrice Dumont   Arranger
Pierre Bondu   Arranger,Orchestration
Yann Tiersen   Arranger
Françoiz Breut   Composer
Frank Loriou   Graphic Design
Jerome Miniere   Programming
Luc Rambo   Arranger

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