It was in 2002. Vincent Delerm released his first album in which he sang “Fanny Ardant and (him)” and “Deauville without Trintignant”. Titles that have revolutionized the French scene and paved the way for so many others. Time has passed and “the girls of 1973” will soon be fifty years old.
To celebrate these two decades of career, Vincent Delerm publishes a magnificent richly illustrated double album containing two discs, one vocal, the other instrumental. We revisit with him his journey, his encounters. We meet François Morel, Alain Souchon, Jean Rochefort…
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Who better than Vincent Delerm could therefore inaugurate our new cultural meeting “Magnéto” in which an artist looks back on his influences, the works that built him? What is the first record he bought? What music did he record on cassette tapes?
Vincent Delerm shares with us his Sunday night film memories, sitting on the sofa alongside the young girl he was in love with. And he tells us a wonderful anecdote with his friend Jean Rochefort, who died in 2017, and whom he had filmed in his clip “Sous les avalanches” as well as in his film “I don’t know if it’s everyone” (released in 2019).
For “l’Obs”, Vincent Delerm rewinds the tape recorder of his life.
– Like a story/Without wordsby Vincent Delerm, label Tôt ou tard, 27.99 euros.– On tour since December 1 and in concert at the Folies-Bergères on December 13 > More info