"Jambalaya" is Eddy Mitchell's 31st studio album released in 2009. After more than 45 years of career and an immoderate love for untouched American music, he pays tribute to New Orleans, the cradle of blues country and Cajun music: from the very title of the album, jambalaya, which is an iconic Louisiana culinary specialty and generally prepared for festive days, to the visual of the cover that is a reproduction of a work of the American painter Thomas Hart Benton.
Note some irresistible duets with Johnny Hallyday, 'We want legends' and with Little Richard himself for a cover of 'She is terrible'!
Find the 14 titles of the album, 5 tracks from the previous album 'Frenchy' and 9 other must-haves, gleaned from his greatest hits, in this songbook in transcriptions for piano, voice and chord diagrams for the guitar.
Paperback, edited by Bookmakers, printed on ivory anti-reflective paper, ideal for musicians.