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Breaking his promise to avoid any collaborations following 2008's duets collection Le Bal des Gens Bien, Belgian-Italian balladeer Salvatore Adamo's 22nd studio album, De Toi a Moi, features a wildly eclectic array of guest artists, alongside nine solo compositions. Produced by Dominique Blanc-Francard, its 14 songs see the legendary chanteur team up with rapper Oxmo Puccino ("Rendez Vous Sur Gliese"), soprano Anne-Catherine Gillet ("Pourquoi Tu Chantes?"), and singer/songwriter Christophe ("Jours de Lumiere") alongside tracks recorded with actress/director Chantal Lauby ("Tous Mes Mensonges") and daughter Amélie ("Taimer Quelque Part"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: November 01, 1943 in Comiso, Sicily

Genre: Musique francophone

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

A passion for music and an emotion-tinged vocal quality has made Salvatore Adamo one of the most commercially successful singers in Europe and one of the most famous Italian immigrants living in Belgium. Since his debut album, Vous Permettez Monsieur, transformed him into an internationally recognized celebrity, Adamo has sold over 80 million copies of his albums worldwide. Adamo, who emigrated to Belgium with his parents at the age of three, was raised in Jemappes and later moved to Brussels. A...
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