Charlotte Reinhardt | Lee Bluette

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Lee Bluette

by Charlotte Reinhardt

Charlotte is one of the most talented new French artists. A collection of her charming French songs : acoustic, pop, and bossa nova.Recommended to fans of Fiona Apple, Damien Rice, Brad Mehldau, Tori Amos, and Elliott Smith
Genre: Pop: French Pop
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1. Les boîtes à souvenirs
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2. Si le temps faisait une pause
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2:24 album only
3. J'ai la tête qui tourne
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3:32 album only
4. Je te dis adieu
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3:50 album only
5. Lee bluette
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3:56 album only
6. J'ai la tête qui tourne (version 2)
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2:46 album only
7. Jour invisible
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Robert Yannick

The right taste !
Do you think it's possible to like Elliot Smith, Fiona Apple, Brad Mehldau, Pat Metheny, Emir Kusturicza and Maurice Ravel at the same time ? I guess Yes, since Charlotte does ! And the result is ... wonderful, just the good mix of all these influences plus the very finest of French culture ! Awesome !

Bryn Jenkins

This album will be known as the one that lit the blue touch paper for Charlotte; the one that propulsed her to the heights she so rightly deserves.

Lose yourself in the hypnotic and whimscial rhythms of "Les boîtes à souvenirs", or the soft and silky "J'ai la tête qui tourne", whisking you uncontrollably on a first class ticket to the beaches of Rio as you quietly sip on your cachaça. Feel her pain and fragility in the melancholic "Lee Bluette" or her rebellion and resolve in the punchy "Je te dis adieu". Every song oozes pure emotion as she opens her heart to the world.

For those rainy afternoons in a cramped and steamy Parisian café or a walk through a field ablaze with daffodils.


Lee Bluette
Great songs, with a lot of influences from all around the world. Very personal, very original, and I can't help singing the melodies all day :-)


Beautiful album
I love all six songs, but the first one has a really special impact on me. I wish I could see her on stage some day !