Lemongrass ‎– Pour L'amour

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1 Cafe De Paris 4:48
2 Loving You
Keyboards – Daniel Voss
4:01
3 For All Seasons
Guitar – Michael ArltKeyboards – Daniel VossVocals – Manalili
5:07
4 Habla Mi Corazón
Keyboards – Daniel VossVocals – Skadi
4:06
5 Le Ciel 3:45
6 Ocean Kisses 6:13
7 Apéritif
Keyboards – Daniel Voss
4:16
8 Dinner With You
Keyboards – Daniel Voss
4:00
9 La Promenade 3:59
10 Tsuki
Keyboards – Daniel VossVocals – Mayu Kawata
4:38
11 Ton Parfum 4:36
12 Swimming Pool 5:16
13 Running Away
Keyboards – Daniel VossVocals – Manalili
4:35
14 Nostalgia 3:44
15 Les Vacances 5:23

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Released in Digipak.
Also released in MP3 download format.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ПРЗ CD02089 Lemongrass Pour L'amour(CD, Album) DreaMusic (2) ПРЗ CD02089 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
4690475002089 Lemongrass Pour L'amour(CD, Album, Dig) DreaMusic (2) 4690475002089 Ukraine 2011 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 2, 2014

Lemongrass continues his prolific output with POUR L'AMOUR, which doesn't stray much from his tried-and-true downtempo lounge stylings. Even the melancholy horn in "Cafe de Paris" seems part and parcel of his easygoing aesthetic. There's definitely a hint of cinematic sadness here, from the languorous feel of "Loving You" to the slow jazz of "Le Ciel" or the more upbeat jazz of "Ocean Kisses." Indeed, the jazz elements takes over the middle section of the album, with sampled vocals floating through "Dinner with You." When he brings in sung vocals, though, as on "For All Seasons" or "Habla Mi Corazón" (with its mixture of 3 languages), things take a turn towards more overt fromage, even though there are hints of it throughout the album. "Ton Parfum" nods towards some ethnic percussion, though it's just a whiff, and "Nostalgia" has suggestions of a Japanese bent in its melancholy mood. "Les Vacances" ends the album on a dreamy note. Nice enough for background music, but it doesn't leave any real impact.