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After leaving Tai Phong, Jean-Jacques Goldman's solo career gradually took off between 1981 and the release of Non Homologué, the best-selling French recording of 1986. He followed it with Entre Gris Clair et Gris Foncé in 1987, which sold even better. Part of this has to do with the ubiquitous presence of Goldman on French radio and MTV, but the rest is the sound on the recording, which balances rock dynamics with very stylized '80s production: glossy keyboards, heavily treated guitars, drum machines and programs, etc. And then there are the hooks, as evidenced in the first single "La Bas."


Born: October 11, 1951 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

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

One of the brightest French pop stars of the 1980s, Jean-Jacques Goldman debuted as the frontman for Tai Phong, but later went on his own and recorded the country's most popular album of 1986, Non Homologué. Born in Paris in 1951, the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland and Germany, Goldman learned piano and violin as a child, then discovered pop music -- specifically, Aretha Franklin -- at the age of seventeen. He attended college during the early '70s and spent time in the French Air Force as...
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