La même tribu (Vol. 2) Eddy Mitchell
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- 1Pas de boogie woogie03:59
- 2L'esprit grande prairie05:07
- 3Il ne rentre pas ce soir03:29
- 4Le cimetière des éléphants04:18
- 5Vieille canaille03:11
- 6Couleur menthe à l'eau03:39
- 7À crédit et en stéréo02:48
- 8That's How I Got To Memphis03:13
- 9C'est la vie mon chéri03:19
- 10Rio Grande04:45
- 11C'est facile03:29
- 12Le blues du blanc04:00
- 13La dernière séance04:01
- 14Tu peux préparer le café noir03:28
- 15Je chante pour ceux qui ont le blues04:39
- 16La même tribu (Version 2)03:31
Info for La même tribu (Vol. 2)
Decidedly, Mr. Eddy has not finished surprising us! An album of duets with a host of artists, who revisit its great standards and puts a spotlight on some good old titles, this is the wonderful gift that offers us Eddy Mitchell. But it is, actually, much better and much more than just a duo album: an invitation to join the tribe that makes us dream.
A celebrity of some importance in France, Eddy Mitchell began his career in the late '50 with the rock & roll group Les Chaussettes Noires (the Black Socks). Mitchell went solo after a few hits with the group in the early '60, and over the ensuing decades embraced several styles of American music. Mitchell investigated soul in the '60s and country-rock in the '70s before evolving into an all-encompassing big-band entertainer in the '80s, which allowed him to revisit his older material while still branching out further for new recordings. In the '80s Mitchell became equally well known as an actor and radio personality, but managed to balance these new endeavors with his singing career and continued to record into the 2000s.