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NEWS  

September 2008: Michel's new album - Who Knows Where the Time Goes ? - is released. To mark the occasion, the 'Bubbles' video is released on Youtube.

April 2008: Michel co-founds the Cahors Folk Club, with Mark Newman.

November 2007: Michel resumes work in the studio on his fourth album.

October 2007: Michel gives a series of concerts in SW France.

August/September 2007: Michel releases a song each week for 8 weeks, often accompanied by a video. "Where the Story Starts" hits number one on the Folk/Rock chart, as does "Russian Dolls" and "That Laughter of Conchita's", while "True Love" and "Strangers Once Again" each make number 1 on the AAA chart.

July 2007 : Michel's version of "Who Knows Where the Time Goes", recorded as a duet with Amy Caldwell, goes straight to number one on the "Rock - Covers" chart, and stays there for the first week of its release.

March 2007: "Children of Circumstance" video released on YouTube and on Soundclick.

October 2006: "Children of Circumstance", from Michel's new album "Russian Dolls", hits number 2 on the AAA charts - and number 10 in the overall Pop charts (out of 53,000).

October 2006: Michel's new album - "Russian Dolls" - is made available for download from MichelGriffin.com.

September 2006: "Echoes, Waves or Ricochets" rises to number one in the 'Rock Unplugged' charts.

August 2006: "Alice in Dixieland" hits the number one spot in the Dixieland charts.

Bubbles
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The poet Don Marquis once said that publishing a volume of verse was like dropping a rose-petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. Releasing a new CD is a bit the same ! Our dreams are like bubbles, blown over cobblestones.
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Who Knows Where the Time Goes ?:
5 covers & 7 original songs make up this lovely romantic new album.
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Russian Dolls: 10 powerful songs - lyrical, melodic, electrifying. Download from:
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Echoes, Waves or Ricochets: 14 original songs. Relaxing, romantic, laid-back : 'good chilling-out music'. Download from:
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The Still Centre: 14 soothing orchestral and piano pieces. The music is romantic and calming - ideal for meditation or relaxation.

Download for only $4.99.

You may also like to check out the orchestral & piano pieces on my other SC site, Michel Griffin's Romantic Piano.

Michel Griffin's songs are music for the Sixties-children. A few insights, not too much introspection - and lots of lovely melody, too !
Why this name?
It's more or less my name!!
Do you play live?
I love playing live. (I gave up playing dead when I was a kid!)
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The internet democratises everything that it touches, and removes geographical barriers. For musicians, it's a great way to share their music with an ever-growing public, and to make contact with other musicians.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Of course! :-) If they'd agree to my terms!
Band History:
I began writing songs to the guitar at the age of 14 and gently graduated to piano and orchestral work. With my recent CDs, I have gone back to my roots, and am once more writing and arranging songs.
Your influences?
Leonard Cohen, Rachmaninov, Kris Kristofferson, Chopin, The Eagles, Bob Dylan, Mozart, John Mayall, Joni Mitchell, Beethoven, Jimi Hendrix, Mark Knopfler, Dire Straits, Robert Schumann, Eric Clapton, Cream, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Paxton, Sandy Denny, Judy Collins .....
Favorite spot?
Paris.
Equipment used:
Mostly my hands, brain and heart, but the eyes and ears are also essential. Each of us has a caged bird in their heart: it is the artist's task to set it free and let it soar, if only for a moment ...
Anything else...?

In August 2006, I was interviewed by Soundclick's
Country Rose
. Here's the interview in play hi-fi hi-fi or play lo-fi lo-fi.

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