Album Review: Petits Chansons Méchantes by Claudine Muno and the Lunaboots

Album Name: Petits Chansons Méchantes
Artist: Claudine Muno and the Lunaboots
Year/Label: 2008 / Green l fant Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Claudine Muno is from Luxemburg; she’s a writer and singer/songwriter. This bilingual effort is very interesting and sweet.

Opener Au Secours is instantly engaging and lovely and the vocal is great.

Mary Poppins is about the eccentric literary nanny and is as playful as that implies. It’s a little bit country in style, which fits well.

Je N’aime Pas Les Robes is uptempo and rather likeable.

The Sky Is Not That Far is a slow song that brings out the best in Muno’s voice.

Her album is a lovely thing.

Posted on March 14, 2008

Track Listing
1. Au Secours
2. Emilie
3. Boris Eltsine
4. Mary Poppins
5. Dans La Lune
6. Je N’aime Pas Les Robes
7. Alaska
8. En Suspension
9. Petite Chanson Méchante
10. The Sky Is Not That Far
11. Sinon Tout Va Bien

[Claudine Muno and the Lunaboots Official Site]

1 comment for “Album Review: Petits Chansons Méchantes by Claudine Muno and the Lunaboots

  1. Nick
    November 22, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    Agreed, it is a fantastic album, kooky and melancholy. Dans la lune and The Sky Is Not That Far are both sublime. Surprised she is not better known.

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