Fabian & St-Pier's “Message” against AIDS

by Dominique Dufaut 67 views

One of France's major associations fighting against AIDS, “Aides”, celebrated its 25th anniversary last February 15 and published a CD compilation entitled Message, with participations of two Eurovision glories.

Natasha St-Pier (France 2001) sings a version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which was covered and popularized by Jeff Buckley. Lara Fabian (Luxembourg 1988) gives her own version of Amoureuse, a song written and performed by Véronique Sanson, back in 1972 (the song was sung in English dozens of times since its first release).

The 16-track CD also has songs by M. Pokora, Jenifer, Tom Frager, Sliimy, Victoria Abril, Anggun, Daniel Powter, Sofia Essaïdi, Bob Sinclar… and 2010 "non entrant" Christophe Willem. If is the opening and collective song.

Official clip can be watched below:

Making of can be found here .

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