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Johnny Hallyday was France's first homegrown rock & roll star, embracing the sound and style of Elvis Presley and translating it for the Gallic audience. Hallyday scored his first hit record in 1960, and 2007's Le Coeur d'un Homme ("The Heart of a Man") finds him still going strong, proving that his voice and his swaggering attitude are as powerful as ever. This album features 13 songs rooted in Hallyday's love of blues music, including the final track "I Am the Blues," a rare English-language performance that was co-written by Bono of U2.

Customer Reviews

le coeur d'un homme

Quand on aime johnny on aime tout....

Que du plaisir à écouter..

J'ai écouté entièrement l'album..j'adore. Chapeau pour ta carrière Monsieur Johnny..

i'm the blues

i'm the blues écrit par Bono,pourrait être une belle chanson,mais chanté par cette pseudo star qui n'a jamais su écrire une seule chanson,c'est à pleurer,un jour de deuil pour les fans de Bono . Bono nous a fait le pire,écrire une chanson pour Smet


Born: 15 June 1943 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

France's first and only full-fledged rock star, Johnny Hallyday was still a distinctly French phenomenon, never achieving worldwide recognition (partially because a good chunk of his repertoire consisted of French-language covers of early American rock hits). Other French artists may have been influenced by rock & roll, but none was as beholden to the original sources, or as enduringly successful, as Hallyday. Moreover, his appropriations of Elvis Presley and James Dean captured the French imagination,...
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