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Tout reste a dire

Artist Georges Moustaki
Title Tout reste a dire
Release Date 2018-05-13
Genre Pop > French Pop
Copyright © Tristar

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One of the best written and produced works of Chanson legend Georges Moustaki

After 4 years of refraining from studio recording and writing new song material, Georges Moustaki found fresh wind and inspiration when he started working with a new agent, a German, relaunching his career considerably.
It was decided to record a new studio album and license it to Tristar/Sony to promote the following major European tour.
The result was one of Moustaki’s most beautiful and best produced albums “Tout Reste à Dire”. The album contains, by general acclaim, one of his most magical songs “Il Faut Voyager”, a wonderful metaphor of life being a long and adventurous voyage.
On the album Moustaki also co-operated/duetted with two of France’s the most successful new acts, superstars of the New Chanson movement, Enzo Enzo on “Des Mots Demodés” and Nilda Fernandez on “Demande de Réparation pour Dommages de Guerre”.
Another great song, manouche style, Moustaki co-wrote with an old friend, an American in Paris, Jerome Charyn: “Gentle Jack” and sings it in English.

Moustaki recorded this album in general with his live band consisting of some of the most accomplished and sought after studio musicians in France

As so often major companies did not fulfill their contractual obligations and give the album major promotion. So this extraordinary album remains obscure until today.
The European tour was a smash success though and brought Georges Moustaki back into the biggest and most prestigious concert halls in Europe, resulting in his sensational live album of a concert in 2000 at the legendary Berlin Philharmonie “Presqu’en solo - Live à la Philharmonie de Berlin” with his German agent’s “Troubadour Records” label.

Moustaki’s career reached new heights lasting until his premature death in 2013.
“Il Faut Voyager”; “Je m’en Irai”


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