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The Daniel Balavoine edition in the 50 Plus Belles Chansons series traces, over the course of three discs, his own perceptive read on the tradition and his mutation of it to fit his idea of musical futurism. From his first near-hit, “Lady Marlène,” all the way through to late-era masterpieces such as the charging “Petit Homme Mort au Combat” and the languid “Bateau Tojours,” Balavoine’s unique take on popular song is presented with terrific sound and for a budget price.


Born: 05 February 1952 in Alençon

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Ill-fated, fragile, yet rebellious, Daniel Balavoine, to a certain extent, might be considered as the ultimate young herald of '80s French pop. His vocal technical skills (his high-pitched voice is highly recognizable) and emotional quality have earned him the notice of Michel Berger, for the musical Starmania. Musically aware of the changes of pop music going on outside of France's borders, Balavoine has been one of the few French songwriters able to live with his own time, breaking down doors and...
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