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Acidule by :Marina Celeste

Acidule by :Marina Celeste

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Acidule delivers an entertained look onto the world; a feigned innocence, a sensual femininity, as this is the case on "les fleurs", or a poetic trip as in "les temps elastique", or one finds again the irony of cynical love with "Sur les bords de la Seine". All the moods of Marina are reflected in those songs; often fragile and melancholic as on "Mon centre de gravite", "Raplaplat". "Acidule" is therefore a very personal and intimate album, from which is sometimes felt a dreamlike atmosphere. The original melodies of Marina are sublimated by Marc Collin musical electronic arrangements, mixing pop and bossa nova together.
Cinema Enchante is a collection of songs which marked the cinema of the 1960s. Some melodies remained immortal as "Amour, amour", a song track from the movie "Peau d'ane", and others which have been a little forgotten, such as " Sans toi " a song track from "Cleo de 5 a 7" directed by Agnes Varda.
What makes this album unique and priceless, is that is gives a second life to certain songs such as "Max et les ferrailleurs" or "Pas pris pas vu " by Ennio Morricone, which was interpreted by Mireille Mathieu back in the days. Cinema Enchante is above all an ablum that celebrates the age of the cinema of the "Nouvelle Vague" with an acoustic Brazilian sound.
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