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  • 01. Les Masques - Il faut tenir (1969)
    02. Isabelle Aubret - Casa Forte (1971)
    03. Christianne Legrand - HLM et Ciné Roman (1972)
    04. Jean Constantin - Pas tant d'chichi ponpon (1972)
    05. Billy Nencioli & Baden Powell - Si rien ne va (1969)
    06. Marpessa Dawn - Le petit Cuica (1963)
    07. Jean-Pierre Sabar - Vai Vai (1974)
    08. Sophia Loren - De jour en jour (1963)
    09. Isabelle - Jusqu’à la tombée du jour (1969)
    10. Sylvia Fels - Corto Maltesse (1974)
    11. Frank gérard - Comme une samba (1972)
    12. Ann Sorel - La poupée des Favellas (1971)
    13. Charles Level - Un enfant café au lait (1971)
    14. Andrea Parisy - Les mains qui font du bien (1970)
    15. Audrey Arno - Quand Jean-Paul rentrera (1969)
    16. Aldo Frank - T’as vu ce printemps (1970)
    17. Christianne Legrand - Cent mille poissons dans ton filet (1972)
    18. Clarinha - Lemenja (1970)
    19. Hit Parade des Enfants - Aquarela (1976)
    20. Jean-Pierre Lang - Tendresse (1965)
    21. Magalie Noël - Une énorme Samba (1970)
    22. Françoise Legrand - La Lune
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    TCHIC TCHIC - French Bossa Nova - 1963/1974

    [engl] 
    Ever since the late 1950s bossa-nova revolution, Brazil’s influence on French music has been undeniable. Pierre Barouh, Georges Moustaki and a vast array of lesser known artists, all made the Musica Popular Brasileira (MPB) an axis of promotion at the service of a cool and metaphysical, modern and mixed Brazilian lifestyle. Some were seduced by the poetic languors of the bossa, some were looking for fun, and others just loved the American hybridization of jazz-bossa, jazz-samba. What is bossa nova? One of its creators, Joao Gilberto said: "Its style, cadence, everything is samba. At the very start, we didn't call it bossa nova, we sang a little samba made up of a single note - Samba de uma nota so .... The discussion around the origins of bossa nova is therefore useless”. It is nevertheless useful to remember that these magnificent Brazilian songs, which the guitarist describes as samba, were shifted and balanced around improbable chords. "I like things that lean, the in-betweens that limp with grace," said Pierre Barrouh, quoting Jean Cocteau. With emotion, arrangements for violin and supple guitar licks, bossa nova rapidly changed. A transformation that can be heard in the Tchic, tchic, French Bossa Nova 1963-1974 compilation, the result of a cultural reappropriation, which traveled through the United States and supplemented itself in France.
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    14.04.2020
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