Paris (Putumayo album)

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Compilation album by various artists
Released 2006
Genre Chanson
Nouveau Scene
Length 42:05
Language French
Label Putumayo World Music
Producer Dan Storper
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 4.5/5 stars[1]

Paris is a 2006 compilation of French chanson music by label Putumayo.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are performed by their respective composers, unless indicated otherwise.

  1. Au Café de la Paix - 4:03 (Thomas Fersen)
    • From the 1995 album Les Ronds de Carotte. Produced by Warner Music France.
  2. Samba de Mon Cœur Qui Bat - 3:52 (Performed by Coralie Clément, written by Benjamin Biolay)
    • From the 2002 album Salle des pas Perdus. Produced by EMI Music France.
  3. Dites Moi Tu - 4:42 (Performed by Karpatt, written by Fred Rollat)
    • From the 2002 album A L'Ombre du Ficus. Produced by Productions Speciales.
  4. Quelqu'un M'a Dit - 2:43 (Performed by Carla Bruni, written by performer and Lamonde Carax)
    • From the 2002 album Quelqu'un M'a Dit. Produced by Naive Records.
  5. Je Reste au Lit - 3:53 (Performed by Pascal Parisot)
    • From the 2000 album Rumba. Produced by Epic Records France.
  6. Jardin d'Hiver - 2:56 (Performed by Keren Ann, written by Benjamin Biolay, Keren Ann Zeidel)
    • From the 2000 album La Biographie de Luka Philpsen. Produced by EMI France
  7. Serre Moi - 3:46 (Performed by Tryo, written by Christophe Mali)
    • From the 2003 album Grain de Sable. Produced by Yelen Musiques.
  8. Lettre A P... - 3:29 (Performed by Paris Combo, written by Belle du Berry and David Lewis)
    • From the 2001 album Attraction. Produced by Universatl France.
  9. L'ongle - 2:59 (Performed by Presque Oui, written by Thibaud Defever and Marie-Hélène Picard)
    • From the 2005 album Sauvez les Meubles. Produced by Association Presque Oui.
  10. Ta P'tite Flamme - 3:52 (Amélie-Les-Crayons)
    • From the 2005 album Et Pourquoi les Crayons. Produced by Neomme.
  11. Les Pages - 2:37 (Performed by Myrtille, written by performer and Vanessa Gillet)
    • From the 2004 album Murmures. Produced by Universal France.
  12. Carpe Diem - 3:31 (Guillaume Aldebert)
    • From the 2004 album "L'Année du Singe. Produced by Warner Music France.


  1. ^ "Putumayo Presents Paris CD Review - French Chanson Music - Paris Cafe Music". 2006-04-18. Retrieved 2014-08-22.