We happen upon an interesting little cafe by accident, where Paris musician Regis Vogelene totally blows us away with his original songs. Astonishingly good. Hard to describe, but sort of bluesy, jazzy, honky-tonk with a Paris flair. Both his singing and his piano playing were as wonderful as his songs, and he had a really good saxophonist accompanying him. This song catches me by surprise. Even though I don’t know the translation, I start welling up and tears start to flow. It was really that beautiful.
Regis Vogelene’s website: http://www.regisvogelene.com
Young Unc said:
Delicate sound and very nice. Captures the romantic writing and ventures of your week. PS. I am sure you know, but Monet was poor until his wife died and he vowed to never be poor again (thus Giverny home & gardens)