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Quelqu'un m'a dit is the debut studio album of Italian-French singer-songwriter, model, and former First Lady of France Carla Bruni. It was produced, recorded.per
If there's one golden rule about pop music, it's that supermodels should never be given recording contracts. After all, as catwalk queens such as Naomi Campbell and Caprice have found out to their cost, stunning good looks aren't much help when you step up to the microphone. It's more than a little surprising, then, to report that the debut album from Carla Bruni is actually pretty good. Already a bestseller in her native France, it's a low-key collection of conventional love songs that pass the time pleasantly without ever really getting the blood racing. Fans of Francoise Hardy will recognise echoes of the great chanson tradition, with unobtrusive acoustic arrangements and Bruni's husky vocals pushed to the fore. Add in some rackety mandolins and you have a reasonably authentic evocation of a sultry afternoon in Paris.
I didn't when I first played songs from this album several times on the radio last year, until a listener emailed to ask, you do know who she is, don't you? Carla Bruni is probably the most famous model in France, the former companion of famous people such as Eric Clapton and Donald Trump. Confounded by this news, I listened again, wondering whether I would find the album's charm diminished. I doubt it. On the contrary, however, I found Carla's songs all the more remarkable and engaging now that I knew her background.
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It was produced, recorded and mixed by Louis Bertignac and released in Quelqu'un m'a dit debuted at number one on the French Album Chart, spending thirty-four non-consecutive weeks in the top ten. All lyrics written by Carla Bruni except where otherwise indicated; all music composed by Carla Bruni except where otherwise indicated . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Carla Bruni. This section needs expansion.