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Album Review

Recorded with a 52-piece orchestra at Palais de Sports, Paris in 2011, En Concert is the second live album from French singer/songwriter Calogero. The 18-track souvenir of his mammoth symphonic tour includes material from his 1999 debut Au Milieu des Autres ("Pas Un Jour Ne Passe") right up to 2009's L'Embellie ("C'est Dit"), including breakthrough single "En Apesanteur," Top Ten hit "Si Seulement Je Pouvais Lui Manquer," and a collaboration with Franco-Congolese rapper Passi on "Face a la Mer." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Bravo Calogero!

Il a une belle voix. Les chansons sont en harmonie. J'espere que la troupe devendrait populaire aux Etats-Unis.


Born: July 30, 1971 in Grenoble, France

Genre: French Pop

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

A fixture of the French pop scene beginning in the mid-'80s, Calogero enjoyed success as a member of the trio Les Charts and as a composer-for-hire before finally mounting a solo career in 2000. Born Calogero Maurici in Grenoble on July 30, 1971, he studied the flute as a child, later mastering guitar, piano, and bass as well. With brother Giaocchino and childhood friend Francis Maggiulli, he co-founded Les Charts in 1986. A chance encounter with French pop legend France Gall proved instrumental...
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