Clair-obscur (album)

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For the art technique, see Clair-obscur. For the poetry Clair-obscur by Jean Cocteau, see Jean Cocteau.
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Studio album by Françoise Hardy
Released 11 July 2000
Genre French pop
Length 51:56
Label Virgin
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Clair-obscur (English: twilight) is a 2000 album by Françoise Hardy, released in France in May 2000 on LP and CD, Virgin France S.A. (7243 8 492031 9) and (7243 8 492032 6).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Puisque vous partez en voyage" (Mireille, Jean Nohain) duet with Jacques Dutronc
  2. "Tous mes souvenirs me tuent (Tears)" (Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt, F. Hardy)
  3. "Celui que tu veux" (Yonis Balmayer, Olivier Ngog) duet with Ol
  4. "Clair-obscur" (Khalil Chahine, F. Hardy)
  5. "Un Homme est mort" (José María Cano, F. Hardy)
  6. "Duck's Blues" (Alain Lubrano, F. Hardy)
  7. "I'll Be Seeing You" (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal) duet with Iggy Pop
  8. "Tu ressembles à tous ceux qui ont eu du chagrin" (F. Hardy)
  9. "La Pleine lune" (Alain Lubrano, F. Hardy)
  10. "So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)" (Don Everly) duet with Étienne Daho
  11. "La Saison des pluies" (Christophe Rose, F. Hardy)
  12. "Contre vents et marées" (Eric Clapton, F. Hardy)
  13. "La Vérité des choses" (Alain Lubrano, F. Hardy)


  • Françoise Hardy - vocals
  • Jean-Pierre Sabar - piano
  • Jean-Claude Dubois - orchestra director
  • Pierre-Alain Dahan - drums
  • Marc Perier - bass