December 29, 2015

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Michel Sardou - Le France / Fais Des Chansons (1975) - single

Michel Sardou (born 26 January 1947) is a French singer, songwriter and occasional actor.
Sardou was born in Paris, the son of Fernand Sardou and Jackie Caron (Jackie Sardou). He is the grandson of the comedian Valentin Sardou, as well as father of the French novelist Romain Sardou and the actor Davy Sardou.
In 1976 he released the album “La Vieille” (The Old Woman). The first single from it, "Le France" ("SS France"), released on November 1975, was a message of indignation addressed to the President of France Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, who had just sold the ocean liner SS France. The controversial song was welcomed by the trade unions and the Communist Party even though Sardou was seen, because of several other songs, as an archetypal reactionary singer.

A - Le France  (3:59)
Written-By – Revaux, Sardou, Delanoe / Producer, Art Direction – Jacques Revaux, Régis Talar / Engineer – R. Guillotel / Arranged By – R. Pratx
B - Fais Des Chansons  (3:50)
Written-By – Revaux, Sardou, Delanoe / Producer, Art Direction – Jacques Revaux, Régis Talar / Engineer – R. Guillotel / Arranged By – R. Pratx

Release: 1976
Label:  Trema Records
Catalog#  TN 410022

1975
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