Not much information about Carol Arnauld other than the fact that she is a French singer-songwriter who will remain mainly in the musical history of the 80s for the title "C'est pas facile" released in 1986.
Very particular single which evokes his suffering and that of his mother, suffering linked to the death of his brother killed by a driver in a car accident.
As such, she deserved this article.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
C’est pas facile 1986
Donne moi 1987
J’ai grandi trop vite 1987
Toi qui voulais un enfant 1988
Musique black 1989
Si tu pars 1992
Le vieil homme et l’Irlande 1992
On dit que l’amour 1992
1986 ... a title, THIS title, was enough to bring the singer One Shot into the musical legend of the 80s. Here she signs a sumptuous title, in tribute to her deceased brother, a title that will undoubtedly remain as one of the most inspired of the decade on the French side. MA-GIC !
1987 ... we stay in the Intimist field, a field that she particularly likes at first sight. Even if this title will not have the same level of success as its predecessor, it holds up, it's clear
1987 ... a singer who did not know, or could not, capitalize on the enormous success of her 1st title. And yet the potential was real. Frankly shame ...
1988 ... at one point, too much Intimist kills Intimist. Even if her talent is real in this area, it would have been interesting if she still explored other musical paths ...
1989 ... she did not know how to really situate herself in this musical landscape where the competition is bloated and the evolutions are permanent. Hard law of the trade ...
1992 ... she will attempt the transition to the 90s but that will not change the situation unfortunately. Mass has been said for a long time and nothing, and no one, will be able to reverse the trend ...
1992 ... we would have liked to see her at least once in the Dance register, something that unfortunately will never happen, at least officially. Big mistake in strategy ...
1992 ... except maybe on this title. But it is far too late and the style is far, far from the new standards of the moment. End of the adventure ....