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As a multilingual pop star, Carla Bruni intimately feels each language.The original artists vary widely – Abba, AC/DC, The Clash and Lou Reed, among others – but Bruni transforms each into a loungy, retro style of pop standards with her breathy yet raspy voice.Bruni composes music on guitar but says she doesn't feel comfortable writing lyrics in English.Bruni thought about hiring a co-writer and spoke with David Foster, the veteran musician who has worked with soft-rock wonders such as Chicago and Celine Dion. Bruni brings a light sensuality to Patsy Cline's classic "Crazy," with country legend Willie Nelson duetting for a more twangy chorus.Bruni was once involved with Stones frontman Mick Jagger but insisted there was no channeling of him.Bruni said she was not so much offering an alternative interpretation of The Stones or The Clash as she was performing songs she loved.
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