Mick Harvey, one-time Nick Cave left hand arranger, and Serge Gainsbourg lover (at least musically), has a new album of Gainsbourg tunes. This is the third package of Serge tunes, and Harvey's good taste comes through. The majority of songs on this album comes from his French TV project "Anna," starring Anna Karina. It's classic all the way from side one to side two. There are no bad cuts on this album, and the additional pleasure is hearing Serge's lyrics translated from the French to English by Harvey. I think he stays on track with respect to Gainsbourg's playfulness in his literature, and Harvey does have that masculine swagger in the presentation of these songs. One thing about this album and the other Harvey / Serge recordings is showing what a masterful songwriter genius the French icon is/was. The other Harvey / Gainsbourg albums are "Intoxicated Man" and "Pink Elephants." Get all three of them, and then of course, the original recordings by Serge Gainsbourg as well.