Charles Aznavour’s next album, announced for the 24th of November, will be released in “the first trimester of 2015”, as the singer has decided to review the mixing, his press officer has said. Currently called “Nostalgia”, the album of unedited songs will be the successor to “Toujours“(2011), the last album by the ambassador of chanson française, who turned 90 on the 22nd of May.
“The release has been delayed until the first trimester of 2015. He is not satisfied with the mixing”, the singer’s press officer said.
This delay, his entourage stress, has nothing to do with his “preventative” hospitalization at the beginning of October, due to “severe tiredness”.
He had to cancel a concert in Geneva on the 10th of October. He will return with a concert in Antwerp, Belgium, on the 22nd of November.
Charles Aznavour’s fans can occupy themselves during the wait with an album of covers of his songs by the next generation, which will come out on the 24th of November.
The singer himself took part in a cover of “Sa jeunesse”, from 1956, accompanied by Soprano, Black M and Amel Bent, among others.
The homage-album of 15 songs will also feature Indila (“Mon fol amour”), The Voice winner Kendji Girac (“La Bohème”), Grand Corps Malade (“A ma fille”), Ben l’Oncle Soul (“ Désormais”), Camélia Jordana (“Parce que”) and Oxmo Puccino (“Ay! Mourir pour toi”).