Besides offering you the latest international hits, Recisio added more French classics to its Karaoke Version
services last month, in anticipation of the Christmas and New Year festivities.
These include among others ''C'est la Ouate'' as made famous by Caroline Loeb, ''Débarquez Moi'' by Jean Luc Lahaye, ''La Liste'' by Rose or songs like ''A Paris'' and ''Champs Elysées'' as revisited by Zaz on her epic new album.
Thanks to all our partners for their support!
Last month, we added more popular karaoke songs including ''Words Don't Come Easy'' by F.R. David, ''Je ne suis qu'une chanson'' by Ginette Reno or ''Andalouse'' by Kendji Girac among others.
On a side note, we acquired a licence from Jeff, Jack & The Mule Music, a Texas, USA based company, publisher of famous country hits like ''Six Days On The Road'', ''Ol' Red'' or ''My First Taste of Texas''.
We also have partnered once again with Universal Music for the long awaited release of NRJ Music Awards Karaoke DVD. The associated event will take place on December 16th in Cannes's Palais des Festivals. Numerous stars will attend the show including Joyce Jonathan, Tal, David Guetta, Stromae, Black M, Kendji Girac, Kyo, Indochine, London Grammar, Ariana Grande, Sia, Avicii, Ed Sheran, Coldplay, One Direction...
Finally, Karaoke Version has this year again been chosen by Fremantle Media as music supplier for the X-Factor Australia series.
Surprising effects of karaoke
A recent study from the American Psychiatric Nurses Association showed that karaoke had a positive impact on... patients with a psychiatric condition.
As surprising as it sounds, one karaoke night a week statistically proved to reduce the amount of medication necessary and the level of stress for the patients involved.
They also started to be more involved in group therapies.
Although less developed in occidental countries, this practice has been approved in several psychiatric centers and youth centers in Japan where karaoke originates.
Documentary ''Karaoke la Machine Enchantée''
Recisio and its partner Tency Music have taken part into the making of a documentary on the worldwide Karaoke phenomenon, directed by French reporter Thomas Cazals. The film will be first broadcasted on Arte channel in November 2014.
Music never stops!
What happens when a major Internet outage strikes the office?
Well, we put together the musicians of the team, a bunch of instruments, a free stage, and make it a day!
Music never really stops at Recisio.