|One Way Conversations|
|Me and Bobby McGee|
|You and I|
|Dreams Like Bubbles|
|Perfumed Letter Blues|
|The Slipstream of Your Smile|
|One Too Many Mornings|
|Tree Trunks and Rough Stone|
|Bird on the Wire|
|You Crack That Smile|
|Who Knows Where the Time Goes ?|
"Stunning Lyrics" - iTunes
"Pure elegance ..." - Amazon
"Brilliantly arranged" - CD Baby
"Michel Griffin's singing can transport the listener to the best of old French cinema..." - Amazon
"Fabulous guitar playing and dramatic accompaniments... This is an album to listen to again and again." - iTunes
Time accelerates as you get older. So it is not surprising that the theme of Time
runs through the songs on this CD, intertwined, of course, with the eternal theme of Love.
I worked with a number of musicians in making this album, two of whom I have never met. The delightful Amy 'Sugarbee' Caldwell lives in a remote part of Canada. We 'met' and sung the title song together via the Net. And Alexis Van Eekhout lives in Belgium. We have never been in the same room. But I heard his silky inventive saxophone-playing online and asked him if he would be willing to play on the album. Happily he agreed - you can hear the result on One Way Conversations and The Slipstream of your Smile.
My thanks also go to my friend Albert Casas, who devoted an afternoon to improvising some lovely sax on Dreams Like Bubbles, and another hilarious afternoon to filming us performing the song. To Gérard Lamolère, whose elegant accordion playing adorns Tree Trunks & Rough Stone', and to Michel ’Coco’ Correch for his brilliant double-bass playing on The Slipstream Of Your Smile.