Jarvis Cocker - Chansons d'Ennui Tip Top
Wes Anderson asked Jarvis Cocker to record a new version of “Aline” for his new film The French Dispatch. The French pop hit from 1965, “Aline” was originally performed and made famous by Christophe. The song appears in a critical scene in The French Dispatch, the character Tip Top appears on a poster in the café where the revolutionary youth of Paris congregate, while the song plays on the jukebox. Anderson and Cocker decided to collaborate on an entire album of French material from the same period, songs originally made notable by the likes of Françoise Hardy, Serge Gainsburg, Jacques Dutroc and others. And with this, the album named after Tip Top is here.
Dans Ma Chambre (originally recorded by Dalida & the Walker Brothers)
Contact (originally recorded by Brigitte Bardot)
La Tendresse (originally recorded by Marie LaFôret)
Looking For You (originally recorded by Nino Ferrer)
Dutronc – Le Gent Sont Fous
Il Pluet Sur La Gare (originally recorded by Brigitte Fontaine & Areski)
Parole Paroles (originally recorded by Alain Delon & Dalida)
Requiem Por En Cos (originally recorded by Serge Gainsbourg)
Mon Amis La Roase (originally recorded by Françoise Hardy)
Mao Mao (originally recorded by Jean Luc Godard) recorded by Claude Channes
Elle Et Moi (originally recorded by Max Berlin)
Aline (originally performed and made famous by Christophe)
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