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Putumayo Presents: Paris

Putumayo Presents: Paris

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Following the successful French Café compilation, Putumayo here updates the French sound, but in a tricky way. The sound on this album is again chanson, the music of the French café culture. Now though, it's the core of la nouvelle scène instead: younger, more world-influenced artists performing chanson with their own touches and flair. The sound is an

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Putumayo Presents: Paris 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For what this album intends, it is terrific. I wanted to find an album with a light mix of traditional and modern - but not dance, club or top 40 type of - music, and this compilation was great. If you're getting ready for a trip to Paris or another region of France, this music will put you in the mood. The only thing missing is Edith Pilaf, whom Americans have just become passionate about due to the release of La Vie en Rose last year.