Iggy Pop

Je m' appelle Iggy!
Just one month ago, Iggy Pop released his new album
“preliminaries” and as no one could ever expect is a jazzy album, inspired by the French novelist Michel Houellebecq. The biggest surprise comes when he sings in excellent french the song "les feuilles mortes", an old song performed previously by Yves Montand and Edith Piaf.
It's difficult even to imagine la persona of Iggy Pop singing jazzy songs without any loud guitars but his deep sweaty rock voice perfectly suits with this sweet nostalgic french song and the clarinet's sound. Of course live he still sings with his shirt off! No one could handle such a big change…

The visuals for the album were created by
Marjane Satrap, the French/Iranian graphic novelist and film director of Persepolis.

A chanté!!
Spot On!

Bonus Track!

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