Music Vingt Ans Jean-Louis Aubert (morceau - 2012)


Published on November 19, 2012, Vingt Ans comes from the live album Live = Vivant by Jean-Louis Aubert, the former leader of the group Télephone. The song was written for the film Amitiés sincères. Its clip, shot in the continuity of the feature film by Stéphan Archinard and François Prévôt-Leygonie, highlights the beach of La Salée, on the island of Ré. The album gave Jean-Louis Aubert the opportunity to reunite with Richard Kolinka, the drummer of Telephone. It was recorded at the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy in front of 18,000 people on November 28, 2011.

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