Title: M & J
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Jazz-Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC RA WMA FLAC XM AUD VOC MP2
FLAC size: 1404 mb | MP3 size: 1972 mb | WMA size: 1268 mb
M&J is the debut album of popular French singer and model Vanessa Paradis. It was released in 1988 and featured the hit single "Joe le taxi". The album's lead single was the song "Joe le taxi". The song became a hit in France, where it charted at number 1, the UK, Sweden, and Norway. The album's more acclaimed single was the tribute to Marilyn Monroe entitled "Marilyn & John".
Complete your Vanessa Paradis collection. M & J (LP, Album).
Bliss (Vanessa Paradis album). Bliss is a 2000 French pop album by singer Vanessa Paradis. It is her fourth studio album and contains the single "Commando". The album proved to be one of her least successful efforts, with none of the singles reaching the No. 1 spot in France as anticipated. However, it is notable because American actor Johnny Depp performed on some of the tracks.
Producers Franck Langolff. Writers Étienne Roda-Gil. More Vanessa Paradis albums. Show all albums by Vanessa Paradis.
With "Les sources", Vanessa Paradis presents us a new bright, joyful album, which speaks of nature, dream and love. On Stage, she takes us on a new journey between her new songs and her greatest successes, full of soft, solar and rhythmic energies.
Vanessa Chantal Paradis (French pronunciation: ; born 22 December 1972) is a French musician, singer, songwriter, actress, and fashion model. Paradis became a child star at 14 with the worldwide success of her single "Joe le taxi". Since 1991, Paradis has been a spokesmodel for Chanel
But disregarding all of that, M & J is a remarkably solid album, driven steadily along by lite-pop arrangements and Paradis' disarming vocals.
Vanessa Paradis had her first hit when she was 14 years old in 1987. The song, "Joe Le Taxi," launched a career that encompassed acting and modeling, creative pursuits that made the French native an international superstar and attracted such high-profile romantic interests as Lenny Kravitz - who produced her eponymous English debut in 1992 - and Johnny Depp, who fathered her actress daughter, Lily-Rose Depp, in 1999. Born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Val-de-Marne, France on December 22, 1972, Vanessa Paradis was the niece of record producer Didier Pain. Four years later, when Paradis was 14, she released her first album, M&J, which featured "Joe Le Taxi," a single that turned into a smash hit in France, staying at number one for 11 weeks. Joe Le Taxi" also crossed over to the . charts, where it peaked at number three.