These songs that make France. “À la Ciotat” by Moussu T e lei Jovents

These songs that make France. “À la Ciotat” by Moussu T e lei Jovents
These songs that make France. “À la Ciotat” by Moussu T e lei Jovents
The port and the city of La Ciotat (Bouches-du-Rhône). (BORIS HORVAT / POOL)

It’s hard to say so much in such a few words about a city and its mythology. Remember that this song, To La Ciotat, was recorded in 2005 by the Moussu T e lei Jovents group. Moussou T, he is also called Tatou, and for civil status, it is François Ridel. And he is one of the founders of Massilia Sound System, the idol group of Marseille reggae.

In this episode of our column These songs that make France, you hear excerpts from:

Moussu T and Lei Jovents, In La Ciotat, 2005

Massilia Sound System, Bad Caracter, 2021

Moussu T and Lei Jovents, In La Ciotat, 2005

Sanseverino, Workers, 2006

Julien Clerc, Toboggan, 2008

Soprano, The bread, 2014

Fixpen Herring, After me the flood, 2016

Jul, I do not want to leave, 2017

Timal, Gang, 2020

Moussu T and Lei Jovents, In Ciotat 2, 2008

Moussu T and Lei Jovents, In La Ciotat, 2005

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From the start of the new school year to the start of the summer holidays, we meet every Saturday and every Sunday with These songs that make the news, an exploration of the links between our popular cultural heritage and the major current affairs themes.

 
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