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Best of Jacques Dutronc

Jacques Dutronc is a classic in french songs and stands tall with the greats. His six masterpieces are timeless songs making them always enjoyable and forever topical. If you like energetic music and entertaining french songs you're in good company with Jacques Dutronc.
Il est un des grands de la musique française. Les 6 meilleures chansons qu'ìl a composées le sont parce qu'elles deneurent intemporelles. Il peut être tout aussi amusant qu'Antoine etmoi etmoi etmoi - ses chansons sont bien tournées.
Today in mid 2010 he's touring France with a mature voice that is very much applauded. Happy listening!

Biography

Born: 28 April 1943 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Jacques Dutronc gained popularity in his native France with his provocative songs that matched the rebellious spirit of the '60s so well. Though he was absent from the musical scene for nearly a decade, pursuing a film career, he successfully returned to music in the early '80s and still remains one of the most popular performers in the French-speaking world. Dutronc started as a guitarist in the small rock group El Toro et les Cyclones, who recorded two singles. In 1965, he was...
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