Les Concerts À Emporter

May 15, 2007 § 1 Comment

I am loving Les Concerts À Emporter (“Take-Away Shows”) by La Blogothèque, a site that asks bands who are touring through Paris to play an acoustic song or two in public settings — out on the street or, in the case of the Arcade Fire, in a freight elevator.

Other favorites of mine so far include Andrew Bird walking around Montmartre (in the video above) and the Guillemots on a stairway, also in Montmartre (at least I think — that entry is in French, and I can’t really read French anymore). The videos I’ve seen so far have an intimacy that leaves me feeling all warm and fuzzy. I will definitely be signing up for the podcasts.

Update at 10:38: And I just found one of Jens Lekmam playing one of Ian’s favorite songs (this one links to another site called Daily Motion, where La Blogothèque also hosts its videos).

§ One Response to Les Concerts À Emporter

  • SpideyMizzou says:

    This idea reminds me of Music in High Places. The Ryan Adams one is a favorite. Granted, those artists aren’t as eclectic as the ones you present here…but I always loved the idea of putting especially talented musicians in visually interesting places and having them play their music.

    Hmmm, did I just describe music videos?

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