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Street Musicians in Menton
Street Musicians in Menton

Chris from Slow Travel is counting the days before she leaves for France. She is spending three weeks in Paris. I am green with envy - Spring in Paris. She has been getting great ideas on what to do for three weeks in Paris. I'm going to have to add this to the list of my dream trips.

She has been working on a soundtrack for her trip. I might be able to help her a bit with the my playlist for France. (All the songs are available on I-Tunes)

Le Festin - Camille (from Ratatouille)
Le chant des coquelicots - Amélie-les-crayons
Les yeux ouverts - Enzo Enzo
Que n'ai je - Keren Ann
Desert - Émilie Simon (Thievery Corporation Remix)
1, 2, 3 - Camille
Quelqu'un m'a dit - Carla Bruni (Mrs Sarkozy!)
Jardin d'hiver - Keren Ann
J'ai deux amours - Madeleine Peyroux
Le vie en rose - Edith Piaf
Ne me quitte pas - Belinda Carlisle
Grand hotel - Francoise Hardy
Au port - Camille
Jazz music - De-Phazz
Attraction - Paris Combo
Santa Maria (Del Buen Ayre) - Gotan Project
Je l'aime Je l'aime - Vaya Con Dios
Sympathique - Pink Martini
Samba de mon coeur qui bat - Coralie Clement
I melt with you - Nouvelle Vague
1234 - Feist
Dance me to the end of love - Madeleine Peyroux
Fleur de saison - Émilie Simon


Comments (6)

Chris:

Great list, Marta! I see some overlap with what I already have, but there's also a bunch of stuff I'll have to go looking for. Thanks!

When we were in Venice we enjoyed a tour with Christina. One of her rules for living in Venice was 'never listen to bad street music - it will kill you!'

The funny thing is, I enjoy all street music. Bad or good. It is such an enexpected treat!

Teresa:

We have very similar taste in music. I have a collection of French music c.d.'s and think that I might have every one of these songs! I purchased Carla Bruni's c.d. right when it came out, and hardly anyone had heard of her. Who would have thought she would be the next first lady of France? I followed the Sarkozy election pretty closely and since he was married to someone else, who would have thought that Bruni would be his wife while he was President? Any way, I have the c.d.'s of Karen Ann, Peyroux, Hardy, Clement, Pink Martini,and more on your list. I got excited when I saw how many fun songs you listed :)

There are some incredibly talented musicians playing in the streets and metros of Paris.

I love that.

gary:

great list!
I had been pondering creating a playlist for our trip. yours was a great source! We are off to paris tomorrow...

Thanks Gary. I'm glad you enjoyed my playlist. Have a great trip to Paris.

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