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Vanessa Paradis Live (Live - Olympia 1993)


Download links and information about Vanessa Paradis Live (Live - Olympia 1993) by Vanessa Paradis. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:02:21 minutes.

Artist: Vanessa Paradis
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:02:21
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No. Title Length
1. Natural High (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:55
2. Les Cactus (Live - Olympia 1993) 2:47
3. Marilyn & John (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:09
4. As Tears Go By (Live - Olympia 1993) 3:59
5. Tandem (Live - Olympia 1993) 3:43
6. Dis-Lui Toi Que Je T'aime (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:25
7. Joe Le Taxi (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:15
8. La Vague À Lames (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:34
9. Maxou (Live - Olympia 1993) 4:28
10. Sunday Mondays (Live - Olympia 1993) 3:48
11. Silver and Gold (Live - Olympia 1993) 2:47
12. Gotta Have It (Live - Olympia 1993) 2:32
13. Lonely Rainbows (Live - Olympia 1993) 2:34
14. I'm Waiting for the Man (Live - Olympia 1993) 3:32
15. Be My Baby (Live - Olympia 1993) 3:50
16. Just As Long As You Are There (Live - Olympia 1993) 6:03



French pop star (and significant other of Johnny Depp) Vanessa Paradis recorded her English-language debut record in 1991; the self-titled disc was a bit of a flop commercially, but, surprisingly, succeeds artistically. Producer Lenny Kravitz gives Vanessa Paradis some of his best songs and she really can carry a tune with her breathy little-girl vocals. The highlights of the record are many, but the songs that will have you smiling like a fool at the sheer poptasticness of it all are the gliding funk with orchestra of "Natural High;" the strutting girl group of "Be My Baby;" the sweet-as-sugar sunshine pop of "Sunday Mondays;" the psych-soul of "Your Love Has Got a Handle on My Mind" (which features Paradis' most assured vocal and a nice background assist from Kravitz); and the sweet soul of "Just as Long as You Are There." Even her cover of the Velvet Underground's "I'm Waiting for the Man" works wonders. It really shouldn't, but the propulsive beat and Paradis' sexy vocals somehow do the trick. The only song that falls flat is the autumnal folk of "Silver and Gold," as the ultra-serious lyrics and tone are painfully out of step with the glitter and groove of the rest of the record. Kravitz should be praised for his wonderful production. He rarely makes a wrong move and provides wonderful settings for Paradis to shine. It is too bad they didn't make more records together. Johnny Depp's gain is pop music's loss. Odds are there will never be a deluxe reissue (sadly), so you will have to seek this out in used stores and bargain bins. [Polydor's 2000 reissue included one bonus track.]