Saturday, June 20, 2015

Renaud actively preparing his return – BBC

The famous interpreter of Mistral winner has confirmed to our colleagues in the Paris recording a new album this summer.

Renaud has not published disc of original songs from the album Blood Red, released nine years ago in 2006. Retired in L’Isle sur-la-Sorgue in Vaucluse, after its separation from the mother of his son, Romane Serda, the singer is again set about writing: “I wrote 14 songs. I arrive “he revealed to our colleagues in the Parisian they managed to cross in his bistro” preferred. “

The singer of 63 years contract with Warner still has the same record album this summer: “He has written twelve, fourteen songs that will record from July 15 to August 15 in Brussels. He made all the words. And music were composed by bassist Michael Ohayon and her husband, the singer Renan Luce, who made four music. The album is almost finished “has always entrusted the Paris his brother Thierry Séchan, 65.

Renaud in particular wrote the title I kissed a cop, “in reference to the demonstration of 11 January, Charlie to his friends and two policemen were killed during the attacks,” said the elder. Thierry Séchan however emits a little song side reserves: “For now, it can not chanter.Trop cigarettes, too Ricard. It must first be found an ENT. That is essential. “

This is partly slammer Grand Corps Malade that one must return the interpreter of Lola one of the artists participated in two tribute albums The tape Renaud. Together, they composed a text, a few months ago, around the battery that Renaud had given to his son, Malone, for Christmas.

Despite its withdrawal from the world, the singer remains in the heart of the French. Recently, a survey meant the famous nostalgic ballad Mistral winner, written for her daughter Lolita, as “French favorite song of all time.” Before the sacred titles Do not leave me Jacques Brel and The Black Eagle Barbara. The result of this survey shows that even especially if the singer has moved away from 63 studios and stages for several years, the French have not forgotten.


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