US News: Joséphine Baker: The unprecedented testimony of the one who recorded his last disc

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Joséphine Baker va faire son © Pierre Guillaud / AFP Josephine Baker will make his "entrance" at the Pantheon this Tuesday afternoon. Among the guests Figure Arnaud de Froberville. It is he who recorded the last record of the Franco-American icon. He wanted to be present at the ceremony, to accompany the singer one last time.

Josephine Baker will "enter" at the Pantheon this Tuesday afternoon. This is the first black woman to be honored. Dancer, anti-racist activist, resistant ... Joséphine Baker was also a singer. Europe 1 makes you discover the exceptional testimony of Arnaud de Froberville. It was he who recorded the last record of Josephine Baker, in 1975, a few days before the death of the Franco-American star.

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"A woman full of love"

Everything starts when Arnaud de Froberville is going to see Josephine Baker in show. "I went to see it at Bobino. I had been packed. I was seeing it after saying: 'I would like to make a record with you'. And we made a disk both". "I love this one," he said, listening to the Tonkinoise. "I'm proud of it because she could make a last record. And we became very friends. He was a woman full of love and friendship, right away".

"She was still happy," he smiles while contemplating pictures of the recording session. "If he was told," No, it is necessary to redo, she replied 'I can do better!', "He remembers. At the ceremony, Arnaud de Froberville will have a lot of bitterness. "This is the last time I'm going to accompany it."

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