"Un pas après l'autre" is the highly anticipated debut album Little Clara & Jackals, iconic singer of the new and bustling scene Soul 60's that develops around the Q-sounds Recording label. We find on this album a few reinterpretations directory 60's French as "Tu ne peux pas t'empécher de rire" of Tienou or "De ma vie" classic adaptation Soul "Rescue Me" performed in 1966 by Sylvie Vartan. But Little Clara do not just revive the pieces of his elders, it reactivates the tradition "so frenchy" adaptation pieces Anglo-Saxons. Thus, "tu es ma seule idole" is the first French version of "I idolize you" Ike & Tina Turner, while "Pas de playboy pour moi" gives life in the language of Molière's famous "I Do not Need a playboy "Barbara Lynn. Not to settle for a repeat 60's which confine the museum approach, the crew of Montreuil proposes many original compositions, reactivating in 2015 the special flavor of period productions. "Yes, but No! "Regrets" or "Dimanche en vers" are all misdemeanors in a universe full of carelessness and love where feelings are expressed with all the candor of a French Twist with uninhibited soul rhythms, or Jerk Popcorn. Through more than sixty concerts in France and Europe, Little Clara and Jackals won in the underground 60's authenticity. They are recognized as one of the most promising combos of the moment to stage undisputed efficiency, active artisans of his "Q-Sounds recording" (analog, rough and passionate). This first album is the proof! 11 titles in French candor and full of energy to dance, dream and twister. We find pieces over the same ingredients as on stage tihgt rhythm, bass impeccable, sharp and fuzzy guitar, organ and catchy melodic trumpet. An amazing orchestra serving the unique voice of Clara.