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1 	Si Souvent	3:47
2 	Les Passagers	2:55
3 	Non Ne Le Dis Plus	3:07
4 	Brune	3:53
5 	Les Mouchoirs Blancs	3:48
6 	Si C'Est La Vie	3:52
7 	Like A River	4:13
8 	Ce Matin	1:44
9 	Claquer Dans Les Doigts	3:59
10 	For Ever	3:40
11 	Partir Léger	3:34
12 	Voir Du Pays	2:45
13 	Ce Matin (Version Orchestrée)

Arranged By [Strings] – Eumir Deodato
Bass – Laurent Bernerey
Bass, Mellotron – Marc Plati
Contrabass – Laurent Vernerey
Drums, Percussion – Denis Benarrosh
Guitar – Eric Sauviat, Lionel Dudognon
Keyboards – Johan Dalgaard, Berry
Organ, Clavinet – Johan Dalgaard
Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals – Manou
Toy Piano – Mark Plati

 

Inspired by the classic chansons of Serge Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin, and Françoise Hardy, Les Passagers is the second album from French singer/songwriter Elise Pottier, aka Berry. Produced by Eumir Deodato (Björk, k.d. lang), the follow-up to 2008's Mademoiselle features songs penned by the likes of Chokebore frontman Troy Von Balthazar ("Like a River") and French rock veteran Daniel Darc (the Iggy Pop-referencing title track), alongside the lead single "Si C'est la Vie." ---Jon O'Brien, AllMusic Review

 

Berry is a critically acclaimed French singer/songwriter whose jazz-inflected style of music is rooted deeply in the tradition of chanson française. Born Élise Pottier, she made her full-length album debut in 2008 with Mademoiselle on Mercury Records. A collaboration with composer/producer Manou, plus producers Lionel Dudognon and Erwin Autrique, Mademoiselle was critically acclaimed upon its release and was ultimately nominated for a 2009 Victoires de la Musique award in the category of Album Révélation de l'Année (i.e., Best Album by a New Artist). Spawning a series of singles including "Le Bonheur," "Demain," and "Mademoiselle," the album charted throughout much of 2008, peaking at number 34, and was reissued late in the year in a collector's edition with bonus material. ---Jason Birchmeier, allmusic.com

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1 	Mademoiselle 	2:54
2 	Le Bonheur 	3:20
3 	Las Vegas 	4:37
4 	Belle Comme Tout 	3:48
5 	Enfant De Salaud 	2:58
6 	Love Affair 	3:27
7 	Plus Loin 	4:56
8 	Demain 	2:48
9 	Inutile 	2:44
10 	Chéri 	3:54
11 	Les Heures Bleues 	11:36

Backing Vocals – Manou (tracks: 3, 4)
Bass – Laurent Vernerey (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 10)
Bouzouki – Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 8)
Chorus – Youss Banda (tracks: 8)
Double Bass – Laurent Vernerey (tracks: 11a)
Drums – Clive Deamer (tracks: 1, 8, 9), Denis Benarrosh (tracks: 3, 5, 6, 10, 11a)
Guitar – Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 1 to 11a)
Harmonica – Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 2, 3)
Keyboards – Manou (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9)
Percussion – Berry (tracks: 4, 7), Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 4, 9, 10), Manou (3) (tracks: 10)
Piano – Laurent De Wilde (tracks: 2, 6), Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 7)
Saxophone – Francois Ragonneau (tracks: 10)
Strings, Flute – Eumir Deodato (tracks: 1)
Trumpet – Manu Gabelin (tracks: 3)
Ukulele – Lionel Dudognon (tracks: 4) 

 

Nominated for a 2009 Victoires de la Musique award in the Album Révélation de l'Année category, Mademoiselle is the 11-track debut album by Berry. Born Élise Pottier, the French pop singer was critically acclaimed upon the album's release. Highlights include the singles "Le Bonheur," "Demain," and "Mademoiselle." The deluxe edition of Mademoiselle adds several bonus tracks. ---Jason Birchmeier, AllMusic Review

 

Berry is the performing name of Élise Pottier who made her artistic debut at sixteen in the theatre. She performed in several plays, notably "Les Femmes Savantes" directed by Béatrice Agenin. At the same time, she appeared in cabaret where she met Mano, a jazz composer. Together with Lionel Dudognon, they perform under the name of Berry, a reference to the region from which George Sand came. The first album called "Mademoiselle" was released in 2008, with the title track issued as a single as well as two other tracks entitled Le Bonheur and Demain, both well worth a listen. ---connaissances.blogspot.com

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