When Juliette Gréco told about her authors, from Gainsbourg to Abd Al Malik
The "pretty kid" is no longer.Juliette Gréco died on September 23, 2020 at the age of 93.In tribute, "l'Obs" republishes an interview carried out in 2009 in which she confided in her most collaborations.outstanding.
Olivia Ruiz had confided in us: she was not reassured at the idea of writing for her."It's Juliette Gréco, after all! "Like" the Chocolate Woman ", many of them feared the worst when they delivered their copy to the most literary performer there is.How can we ignore that Juliette Gréco began by creating songs by Sartre, Queneau or from Laforgue? For "Jujube", his little nickname, each record is an opportunity to reveal new feathers, which Gérard Jouannest [married to Juliette Gréco since 1988, the composer died in May 2018, Editor's note] is responsible for setting to music." I remember everything ”is once again the meeting place for young shoots.To the sound of Gérard Jouannest's piano and Jean-Louis Martinier's accordion, the names of Orly Chap, Abd Al Malik, 'Olivia Ruiz, Adrienne Pauly (and others) join the prestigious list of authors that our favorite muse has inspired, and which she talks about below.
Serge Gainsbourg: "the Javanese"
"Canetti advised me to see a young boy who, he said, had a certain talent.It was Gainsbourg.I could see very well who he was having heard him play the piano at Milord l'Arsouille.was playing very well, however, but he did not sing
Posted Date: 2020-10-02