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1. Le Beau Qui Pleut
2. J'étais Pas Fait Pour Le Bonheur Ft. Giordana Angi
3. Comment S'aimer
4. Les Longueurs Ft. Alexia Gredy
5. Jamais
6. Le Mur
7. Le Temps Qu'il Me Reste
8. J'ai Pris Ta Main
9. Presqu'île
10. Mon Piano S'est Jeté Par la Fenêtre
11. Devenir Pierre
12. La Eblle Vie Qui Commence
13. Au Fon J'étais Heureux
14. Piano-Moi
15. 2XLP : Le Beau Qui Pleut
16. J'étais Pas Fait Pour Le Bonheur Ft. Giordana Angi
17. Comment S'aimer
18. Les Longueurs Ft. Alexia Gredy
19. Jamais
20. Le Mur
21. Le Temps Qu'il Me Reste
22. J'ai Pris Ta Main
23. Presqu'île
24. Mon Piano S'est Jeté Par la Fenêtre
25. Devenir Pierre
26. La Belle Vie Qui Commence
27. Au Find J'étais Heureux
28. Pour Que Les Rêves
29. La Mélancolie Des Météorites
30. Au Revoir
31. Piano-Moi

More Info:

Pascal Obispo's 14th album of previously unreleased songs. Recorded in his studios in Paris, France.Produced by two new wave jazz men, Fred Nardin and Max Pinto.17 tracks on vinyl and 14 on CD. The album features two artists: Giordana Angi, a Franco-Italian star, and Alexia Gredy, a young French singer-songwriter, in a duet with Pascal. The album was co-written for the first time with Pierre-Dominique Burgaud, who now works with Alain Chamfort but he is also known for his work on Le Soldat rose and Gaëtan Roussel, among others. Accompanied by illustrious musicians such as Manu Katché and Laurent Vernerey, among others, and a guest appearance by Gautier Capuçon.This is an album of songs conceived around the theme of beauty, sublimated or dismantled. Recorded and mixed by his partner Youri Benaïs and mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road, "Le beau qui pleut" is one of Pascal Obispo's most poetic albums.