Pascal Obispo releases a superb song initially intended for France Gall.

Pascal Obispo will release his next album “France” on October 29th, which will include among other things the title ” A qui dire qu’on est seul ” which he is releasing today. The black and white clip is moving. We see Pascal Obispo accompanied by Alexandra Lamy. The song, composed 24 years ago, was intended for France Gall.

Luigi Calabrese asked me to design a project, knowing full well that she had decided to stop music. (…) I started writing songs that very evening with my friend Lionel Florence and I modeled all these songs for France. France told me this sentence, which is a bit of the gimmick of this story: “Yes it’s Michel, but it’s not Michel”. I took that as a huge compliment, I did my job well, maybe too well. It’s a pretty tough song from someone who is consoling another person. It is in connection with the story of the disappearance of her daughter [Pauline, daughter of France Gall who died on December 15, 1997, editor’s note], but also of Michel. It was this mother and son couple

Pascal Obispo releases a superb song initially intended for France Gall.

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