get to a Parisian and ask him what vision does he have of transport in the capital ? His face is close and he will complain to the choice of caps, delays, bikes, jobs, Anne Hidalgo. In short, it will not be in a good mood (surprising for a French ?) When we spend, on average, a tenth of its day in transport, there are topics that make people angry.
To address this anger, what is better than a little musical postcard. This week, "Songs on my funny city" poses its suitcases melodic in Paris, and examines the place occupied by transportation in the French song. Surprise ! The issues of yesterday are the same as they are today. Thus, in addition to " stroll on the Avenue ", comrade Joe Dassin has analyzed the transformations of the capital city : "in Paris, on a bike, over the car ".
the road to the boat flies through a sexual escapade with the metro line 2, take it with The Point for a discovery of Paris. Casting this week : Joe Dassin, Léo Ferré, Alex Beaupain, Alain Souchon, or Yves Montand. But as we don't want you upset, you are guaranteed a podcast without scooters !
check out our previous rides musical :
vocal exercises to Venice
Shock in New York
The soundtrack of paris, also find on Spotify :
The lament of the peak time - Joe Dassin
Metro Yves Montand
Le poinçonneur des Lilas - Serge Gainsbourg
Metro, boulot, dodo - Eddy Mitchell
The subways are going to, the subways come - Léo Ferré
On the line - Alex Beaupain
The boat - Alain Souchon
Beep-beep - Joe Dassin
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