JoeMc on 08/12/2010 at 03:00PM
OK, I'm admitting right from the get-go that this week's post is more or less an excuse to post the above picture of Brigitte Bardot. I mean, honestly: Don't you feel better having seen it?
I haven't been able to figure out where it's from, a movie or an old movie magazine, but I guess it doesn't really matter. It's all over the Internet. Why wouldn't it be? Unlike some of the more famous posed pictures she's known for, this photo seems to catch B.B. in a reflective, private moment.
And as many of us do in such private moments, she just happens to be playing the guitar in the nude. Or close to it, anyway.
What chanson is she strumming and trilling? "La vie en rose"? "Non, je ne regrette rien"? "Harley Davidson"? Well, it could be just about anything. My personal choice would be "Comic Strip," but that's because I'm a weirdo.
I don't know for a fact that today's song by Misiaczek is about Brigitte Bardot, but since the singer records in France and sings mostly in French, it's a safe bet that his Brigitte is our Brigitte. "Misiaczek" means "teddy bear" in Polish, by the way, and the album this is from is called La Fantaisie des biches with an arrow pointing to him on the cover.
I don't read French, so I put Misiaczek's MySpace profile in Google translator. Here are some bon mots:
Misiaczek feels it overflows, it overflows it feels, he feels it overflows, he enrolled at age paperboard "I am shy I am again for sure I do not come from here I rowing and I'm afraid I'm sweating all alone in my category. After his flight there overnight backpack zebra with a schoolgirl ripped from the pleura.
He felt rising in him the instinct of the dervish, he then composed with the fantasy of deer. It is the week interim wholesaler Chinese pitfalls and sings every Sunday for baptisms and balltraps.
Misiaczek is known in the region for his romances old boy, a string of provocative shows, in pogote walker. It is a small group post-avant-garde with a performer and his ex-wife shaving. He calls the names of flowers for his advertising. Misiaczek feels like a bad case of Julien Clerc unmolded.
(The presumably molded Julien Clerc was the star of the French version of Hair and is to date one of the most popular of the older chansonniers in France.)
So, that's about all I can tell you about Misiaczek. You're still looking at the picture anyway. He does have a new album that came out earlier this year on the Super Moyen Les Disques 'net label called Fait Tarzan et Vive le France. You can listen to more Misiaczek on the FMA here. At some point in the future. When you're less busy.