Former wife of Johnny Depp, Vanessa Paradis, said she was inspired by pop music in the 1960s and soul music in the 1970s to record her new album, AFP reported.
Vanessa is a teenager when her song "Joe le Taki" is the first in the list in 1987. She reveals her acting talent as part of Gerard Depardieu's film Elisa, which appeared on the screen in 1995, five years after she won the Caesar Prize for a talented young actress for the role in the White Wedding.
Five years ago, she singled out her previous album Love Songs, producer Benjamin Biole, and new sources Les, with whom she worked with Briton Paul Butler, front of Bais.
"Paul is very talented, he is a remarkable instrumentalist," explains Paradis, and played a three-piece instrument on the album, inspired by a number of American artists – Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Al Greene, Curtis Maifield, and Serge Gensbur and Jackues Dutron in 1960 -in years. "
Her new album consists of elements of French chanson, pop and folk music, the new genre of Bosnia. The text was written by her husband, writer and director Samuel Benshetri, Adrien Gallo and Fabio Viscolliozzi.