Carla Bruni – Quelqu’un M’a Dit (2002)

FrontCover1Quelqu’un m’a dit is the debut album of Italian-French singer, model, and former First Lady of France Carla Bruni, released in 2003.Quelqu’un m’a dit (Someone told me) is the debut album of Italian-French singer, model, and former First Lady of France Carla Bruni, released in 2003.

Quelqu’un m’a dit debuted at number one on the French Album Chart, spending thirty-four non-consecutive weeks in the top ten. The album also reached the top ten in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal and Chile.
Three tracks appeared in Hans Canosa’s 2005 American film Conversations with Other Women (“J’en connais”, “Le plus beau du quartier”, and “L’excessive”), and the song “Le plus beau du quartier” was used in H&M’s Christmas 2006 commercial. The title track was played over the closing credits of Mensonges et trahisons et plus si affinités…, included on the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack released in 2009, and appeared in the 2010 Carte d’Or Muffin commercial. The song “Le Ciel Dans Une Chambre” also appeared in an episode of Skins, series 3.
The second track, “Raphaël”, is named for Bruni’s then-lover, philosophy professor Raphaël Enthoven,[3] with whom she had a son, Aurélien Enthoven, in 2001.
Bruni has further collaborated with the co-producer, Louis Bertignac, in 2005 duetting with him on the song “Les Frôleuses” on his new album. (by wikipedia)


Carla Bruni is an Italian supermodel and this is her first album. Like Milla Jovovich’s debut, this caught everyone by surprise. It’s a very good effort, far beyond what one would have expected. It’s an acoustic and intimate album, and the songs are from her own harvest. She also plays guitar. The talented French guitarist Louis Bertignac produced the album. Although she’s Italian, most of the album is sung in French with some Italian touches, like in “Le Ciel Dans une Chambre.” The result is a kind and smooth album that mixes folk and chanson Française in equal parts. Although she’s not breaking any new ground, the result is compelling. (by Iván Adaime)


Louis Bertignac (guitar, piano, percussion, organ, bass, oboe, mandolin)
Carla Bruni (vocals, guitar, percussion)
Vincent Catulescu (cello)
Régis Ceccarelli (drums)
Léna Fablet (violin)
Rachid Guissous (piano)
Roselyne Macario (viola)
Steve Shehan (percussion)
Laurent Vernerey (bass)


01. Quelqu’un M’a Dit (Bruni/Carax) 2.46
02. Raphaël (Bruni) 2.26
03. Tout Le Monde (Bruni) 3.17
04. La Noyée (Ginsburg) 4.00
05. Le Toi Du Moi (Bruni) 3.21
06. Le Ciel Dans Une Chambre (Paoli/Bruni) 4.49
07. J’en Connais (Bruni) 2.35
08. Le Plus Beau Du Quartier (Bruni) 3.30
09. Chanson Triste (Bruni) 3.31
10. L’excessive (Bruni) 3.04
11. L’amour
12. La Dernière Minute (Bruni) 1.03


CarlaBruni01.jpgThe nude side of Carla Bruni

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