Camille Bertault

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Non credo che sia interessante spiegare le scelte di questi disci. La cosa importante è ascoltarli... 1. Nana Caymmi e Cesar Camargo Mariano, Voz e suor, (Emi, 1987)

2. John Coltrane, Crescent, (Impulse, 1987)

3. Fiona Apple, When the pawn, (Epic, 1999)

4. Bjork, Vespertine, (Polydor, 2001)

5. Jamiroquai, Travelling without moving, (Sony, 1996)

6. Wayne Shorter, Juju, (Blue Note, 1987)

7. Brigitte Fontaine, Chansons décadentes et fantasmagoriques, (Disques Jaques Canetti, 2002)

8. Serge Gainsbourg, N° 4, (Mercury, 2001)

9. Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, ( Ruffhouse, 1998)

10. Charles Mingus, Ah Um, (Columbia, 1959)

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