Paris Gainsbourg I wish you could remember
A juggler of words and melodies, Serge Gainsbourg left his mark on many Parisian neighbourhoods. And, almost thirty years after his death, the rue de Verneuil remains inseparable from his name. Although Lucien Ginsburg's childhood was spent on rue Chaptal, the young man would later discover the Left Bank. The singer, who embraced all musical mutations, followed its geography: Milord l'Arsouille, Trois Baudets, Mars Club, Calavados, Bus Palladium, Palace, Casino de Paris, Zénith... From the beginning of the 1960s to the end of the 1990s, no club, no restaurant, no bar was foreign to him.
From Castel to the Élysée-Matignon, from the Bus to the Gibus, from the Alcazar to the Bains Douches, Gainsbourg was of all tribes. Prince of poets, he was also the prince of the Parisian night.
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