2009 collection from the acclaimed French vocalist. Patricia is the most successful French artist abroad, the proud musical descendant of Piaf, Chevalier, Montand and Co. She adopted a style perfectly suited to her warm and powerful voice. Popular at home, famous abroad, Patricia Kaas is a role model for French youth today…
21 tracks. Joe Dassin, Edith Piaf, Patricia Kaas, Dalida, Mireille Mathieu, Yves Montand, Mylenne Farmer, Charles Aznavour, Desireless, Johny Hallyday, Adamo and more, and more..
Debut album of the French star, who updates the French chanson tradition with elements of pop, blues & jazz. Shortly after its debut, the album went gold in France, and after three months it went platinum, and finally diamond in 1990. Highlights include her first international hit from 1987, the title track 'Mademoiselle Chante Les Blues', 'Mon Mec A Moi' & 'D'allemagne. 2004 release, ten tracks in all.
Beginning with the song "Rien Ne S'arrête," this prescient collection of Patricia Kaas recordings includes the best songs from her 15-year recording career with Columbia, from her 1988 breakout on the yearning "D'Allemagne." Though the included version of "Mademoiselle Chante le Blues" isn't her original (it was recorded live in 2000), other than that small caveat, Best of 1987-2001 delivers Kaas' best-loved hits in the best sound they've ever been delivered. The package also includes a bonus track from 1999, "Mon Chercheur d'Or" and bonus track for Japan only, "La Vie En Rose".