Jean-François Michael

Yves Roze better known as Jean-François Michael is a French singer born on 16 April 1946. Between 1963 and 1968, he sang under his birth name Yves Roze. In 1968, Michel Berger (under his real name Michel Hamburger) wrote "Adieu jolie Candy" that was a hit for Jean-François Michael. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.[1]

Jean-François Michael
Birth nameYves Roze
Born (1946-04-16) April 16, 1946 (age 75)
OriginFrance
GenresPop
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1963 – present
Websitejean-francoismichael.com

Under the new name Jean-François Michael, sometimes the "e" in Michael was written with the umlaut on the "e" as in Jean-François Michaël, he released three albums between 1968 and 1972, and a number of singles, but struck by a grave illness, he abandoned his musical career. He came back in 1975, but as a music director and record producer.

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

  • Adieu jolie Candy
  • Jean-François Michael
  • Le Retour
  • Adieu jolie Candy (de 1969 à 2007) (compilation)

SinglesEdit

As Yves Roze
  • 1967: "Sylvie"
  • 1967: "Notre amour et puis c’est tout"
  • 1967: "Plus fort que le vent"
As Jean-François Michael
  • 1969: "Adieu jolie Candy"
  • 1970: "Du fond du cœur"
  • 1970: "Je pense à toi"
  • 1970: "Adios quérida luna"
  • 1970: "Più di ieri (Comme j'ai toujours envie d'aimer)"
  • 1970: "La vie continue"
  • 1970: "Les filles de Paris"
  • 1971: "Je pense à toi"
  • 1971: "Je veux vivre auprès de toi"
  • 1971: "Un an déjà"
  • 1971: "L’espion de l'empereur" (Soundtrack to the television series "Schulmeister")
  • 1972: "Pour quoi faire?"
  • 1972: "Ladybelle"
  • 1973: "Coupable"
  • 1973: "Comme elle"
  • 1975: "Sans amour après l'amour"
  • 1976: "Baby blue, I love you"
  • 1976: "Fais un mariage d'amour"
  • 1977: "Ne me regarde pas comme ça"
  • 1979: "Sentiments"
  • 1980: "Comme j’ai toujours envie d’aimer"
  • 1981: "Elle et moi"
  • 1982: "L'amour"
  • 1983: "Pars pas"
  • 1984: "Rappelle-toi Candy"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Murrells, Joseph (1978). The Book of Golden Discs (2nd ed.). London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. p. 283. ISBN 0-214-20512-6.

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