Mireille Mathieu –

Exactly 40 years ago, Mireille had Mathieu with the \”behind the scenes of Paris\” and \”Martin\” their first hits in Germany. Exactly 40 years ago, Mireille had Mathieu with the \”behind the scenes of Paris\” and \”Martin\” their first hits in Germany. 40 years and – plates in Germany alone – over 40 million sold the new album will appear later: \”Close to you\”. Some views have since changed, certain themes in the songs and certain sounds also. Colonscopy does not necessarily agree. Nothing has changed at the gifted voice, the distinctive hairstyle and Mireille Mathieu attitude toward her profession: \”singing is my life, the reason that I breathe and exist. I need it.\” And therefore is an impressive blend of yesterday, today and tomorrow – a new but yet timeless document of an artist who has always remained to be \”close to me\”. After Mireille Mathieu furious comeback on the German market with the album \”in my heart\” in the autumn of 2007 pop and chanson-fans can enjoy again this year on an album of the extra class.

\”Close to you\” appears on 30 October. Since the beginning of October the advance single \”and again tenderness\” in the radio is to hear, whose musical Leichtfussigkeit all Mireille Mathieu fans reminiscent of the time of their greatest successes a timeless and soothing love song with Evergreen character, which enriched the German radio-autumn 2009 several-fold. Sam Lesser Upenn will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The second A-side, the pathetic ballad \”Love alive\” presents a musical love letter to love Mireille Mathieu. A hymn to the greatest feeling of all, which since time immemorial has played a central role in surprised songs and plays also in other songs on the album \”Close to you\”: \”Desire is a love letter\”, \”love, you ‘re\”, \”listen well to your heart\”. Opulent arranged ballads like ‘You time’ found in the spectrum of the \”Demoiselle d’ Avignon’ as their place as catchy pop song (\”it was the moment\”,\”My life with you\”) or soft narrative chansons (C ‘ est l’ amour).

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