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  • Audio CD (24 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI/Virgin France
  • ASIN: B005KUAKD2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Aujourd'hui
  2. L'étourderie
  3. Allez Allez Allez
  4. Wet Boy
  5. She Was
  6. Mars Is No Fun
  7. Le Berger
  8. Bubble Lady
  9. Ilo Veyou
  10. Message
  11. La France
  12. My Man Is Married But Not to Me
  13. Pleasure
  14. Le Banquet
  15. Tout Dit

Product description

CD EXTRA/ENHANCEDDISC 11. AUJOURDand#039;HUI2. Land#039;ETOURDERIE3. ALLEZ ALLEZ ALLEZ4. WET BOY5. SHE WAS6. MARS IS NO FUN7. LE BERGER8. BUBBLE LADY9. ILO VEYOU10. MESSAGE11. LA FRANCE12. MY MAN IS MARRIED BUT NOT TO ME13. PLEASURE14. LE BANQUET15. TOUT DIT

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She's a bit of a superstar in her own country, but over here in the UK the French avant-garde singer Camille Dalmais is still something of an unknown quantity. This, her fourth album, is unlikely to change that since she's unlikely to get much radio play on these shores - although she has had some exposure from Jools Holland, so who knows - and that's a shame, because she is rather wonderful.
Ilo Veyou (the title is actually in English - look at it again) is, like her previous release Music Hole, a mix of the odd, the mischievous, and the beautiful. Her amazingly flexible voice leaps across the octaves (the title track is sung in two different registers, at the same time - you need to hear it to understand what I mean) and across musical styles, incorporating elements of blues/soul belting (My Man is Married), balladry (Wet Boy), and even chanson (La France) mixed with her signature odd instrumentation and beatboxing.
This edition comes with a DVD containing an hour of film illustrating songs from the album. It's quirky, funny, pretentious and well worth the extra cash just to see her in action.
In turns silly, strange, challenging and beautiful, Ilo Veyou is well worth the effort.
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By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Camille's 2008 album 'Music Hole' was my introduction to her work and
I loved it to bits. 'Ilo Veyou' continues her journey into a distinctive
musical world where the possibilities inherent in the human voice are
boundless. That she approaches her art with an utter lack of pretence
is wholly laudable and convincing. This collection of fifteen delightful
songs is reductive in approach, paring back any sense of excess and
delivering something which sounds as fresh as it is enervating. There is
an intimacy in the arrangements which invites us in like old friends to listen.

Singing in both French and English Camille has a truly lovely delivery;
it is a voice which savours every note and every word; a voice which delights
in its own flexibility and capacity to express a wide range of emotions.

The reliance on acoustic instruments gives the music a light and fresh
sense of immediacy but gravitas becomes her too. The haunting song 'She
Was' unfolds against a gently paced guitar and violin obbligato, slowly
gaining in intensity until its full power is released in the final bars.
'Wet Boy', on the other hand, is a simply beautiful folksy melody which
needs no decoration to make its mark. It floats like a leaf on the wind.
The traditional French musical roots of 'Le Berger' delivers yet another of
the project's highlights. A song which would not have sounded out of place as
the entertainment at a Medieval banquet. Wistful and moving in equal measure.
The tiny 'Message' is an utterly charming play-school bon bon and 'La France',
with its waltz-time tongue-in-cheek nationalistic fervour, is hilarious!
The unaccompanied final track 'Tout Dit' employs percussive vocal effects
to accompany the central melody. A cunning and breathtaking conclusion!

It's all about the voice and what a captivating voice it is.

Highly Recommended.
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One of the many great things about Camille is that each album is different. After the exuberance and full sound of Music Hole, Ilo Veyou is a stripped back album, with Camille sometimes singing with no accompaniment, otherwise with a violin, cello and guitar. It is her most emotional album, but typically it retains humour (as in La France) and naughtiness (as in My man is married but not to me). Some songs are sung in English, others in French. You quickly surmise she has had a baby and she sings so movingly about the experience but with a welcome 'oddness' and novelty of perspective. Some of the time, it is like she is singing in a church, with wonderful echoing acoustics and then you look to see that she actually recorded some of the songs in churches around France. But she does not leave behind her love of rythym (as in Allez, Allez). She continues to experiment with her beautifully clear and versatile voice. I love it and recommend it unreservedly.
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I love Music Hole and her other two CDs but for me this latest release is her best album yet. From Aujordhui recorded live in the street with such inspired lyrics to those wonderful songs about her Bubbly Baby and Wet Boy to the craziness of Life on Mars, to having a gentle poke at La France. A wonderful collection of songs and sounds that is strongly inclusive and powerfully emotional from one of the best vocalists alive today. If you can follow the lyrics in French even better because they're fantastic/funny in every song. My favourite album for 2011. Recommended!!
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