Sounding similar to such classic ’60s People from france pop vocalists as Jane Birkin and Francoise Hardy – distilled using the breathy bossa nova of Astrud Gilberto — than her contemporaries, Coralie Clément released her first album in 2002, Salle des Pas Perdus. The record is really a collaborative work between her and writer/composer/performer – and Coralie’s sibling – Benjamin Biolay, who had written and arranged all the 12 tracks. Born right into a musical family members in Villefranche-sur-Saone, France, Coralie could determine all the instruments from the orchestra by age three, researched musical theory at five, with six, she used the violin. She under no circumstances considered herself to be always a vocalist, though. She spent a lot of her adolescent years hearing the information of Serge Gainsbourg, Birkin, Hardy, the Beatles, and, oddly, Vanessa Paradis. Phoning herself a “groupie” of her brother’s, she discovered most of his compositions, and she started to reinterpret his tracks, imbuing his poetic ballads with both a sensual melancholy and playfulness. It wasn’t until a very much later Paris check out with Biolay that he discovered this out, when she started to sing his tracks back again to him as he strummed. He documented this informal program, and her 1st record ensued.
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