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Her sophomore album features a guest appearance by Calexico. Brought up in Cherbourg, Françoiz's early musical influences were gleaned from her sister's vast vinyl collection & some late nights in bed with John Peel (c'mon, the radio show!) After leaving school, she started singing in a cover band doing versions of the Kinks & X-Ray Spex. During this time she met & fell in love with Dominique A. (now a huge star in France). She accompanied him on stage for 3 years & sang backing vocals on his album 'Twenty-Two Bar'. Then towards the end of 1996 she realized she wanted to do something for herself. Working with Dominique, this sad elegant music slowly begun to evolve. There's a subtle feminine edge to her songs; and with the cool brushes of Sacha Toorop evoking a 50's jazz feel & the Hammond organ & slide guitar of Dominique A., a poignant canvas for Françoiz's captivating vocals is formed. Think Nico's 'Chelsea Girl' and Lee Hazelwood's 'Requiem for An Almost Lady.' EMI. 2001.

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1) Derriere Le Grand Filtre
2) Si Tu Disais
3) L'affaire D'un Jour
4) Portismouth
5) L'origine Du Monde
6) Vingt a Trente Mille Jours
7) La Chanson D'helene
8) Silhoutte Minuscule
9) Sans Souci
10) La Nuit Repose
11) L'heure Bleue
12) Il N'y a Pas D'hommes Dans Les Coulisses
13) Le Verre Pile
14) Je Ne Veux Pas Quitter

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