Tucson chanteuse Marianne Dissard’s 2010 “PARIS ONE TAKES” is a full-length live studio album that features 15 songs, culled from both her first award-winning “official” album, “L’Entredeux,” produced and co-written by Joey Burns of Calexico, and her second, upcoming “official” album, “L’Abandon,” due out in late 2010. Recorded in Paris, France in December 2009, with a band tight as can be from 30 dates in 1 month over 7 European countries, “Paris One Takes” is now available as a free download, a gift to all the fans and friends who helped make these past couple of years of touring a dream come true!

 

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