Au Zénith

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Au Zénith
Live album by Vanessa Paradis
Released 11 November 2001
Genre Pop, rock
Label Universal, Barclay, Polydor
Producer Vincent Pitras
Vanessa Paradis chronology
Bliss
(2000)
Au Zénith
(2001)
Divine Idylle
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Au Zénith is the second live album by singer Vanessa Paradis. Steve Nieve of Elvis Costello's The Attractions is featured on keyboard. This is her lowest-charting album. The album was recorded during her performances at Le Zénith during her Bliss Tour

Track listing[edit]

  1. Intro 1:00
  2. "L'Eau et le Vin" 5:22 (authors: Bashung, Colemanas, Mortier; album Bliss, 2000)
  3. "Sunday Mondays" 4:47 (Hirsch, Kravitz, Paradis; Vanessa Paradis, 1992)
  4. "Dans mon café" 4:13 (Colemanas, Langolff; Bliss)
  5. "Walk on the Wild Side" 4:34 (Lou Reed; Variations sur le même t'aime, 1990)
  6. "Dis-lui toi que je t'aime" 4:22 (Gainsbourg/Langolff; Variations sur le même t'aime)
  7. "L'Eau à la bouche" 2:11 (Gainsbourg; no album material)
  8. "Joe le Taxi" 4:08 (Roda-Gil/Langolff; M&J, 1988)
  9. "St Germain" 4:00 (Johnny Depp, Paradis; Bliss)
  10. "Requiem pour un con" 2:11 (Serge Gainsbourg; no album material)
  11. "Que fait la vie?" 4:01 (Dolemanas, Paradis; Bliss)
  12. "La La La Song" 4:12 (Dereaux, Paradis; Bliss)
  13. "This Will Be Our Year" 2:14 (Chris White from the Zombies; no album material)
  14. "Pourtant" 3:22 (Chedid, Monnet; Bliss)
  15. "Tandem" 4:10 (Gainsbourg/Langolff; Variations sur le même t'aime)
  16. "Commando" 4:19 (Colemanas, Langolff; Bliss)
  17. "Marilyn & John" 5:36 (Roda-Gil/Langolff; M&J)
  18. "Bliss" 5:03 (Depp, Paradis; Bliss)
  19. "Les Acrobates" 3:15 (Monnet, Paradis; Bliss)

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
Position
French Albums Chart[2] 19

References[edit]