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France features 14 songs performed by vocalist France Gall and an accompanying band of musicians. The musicians who accompany Gall on this album include Ricky Peterson (chaviers), Paul Peterson (programming, bass, rhythm guitar), Jeff Hull (programming), Tim Pierce (guitar), Lenny Castro (percussion), Kirk Whalum (sax), and James Behringer (guitar). Though these musicians bring much to the album, Gall's singing is no doubt the highlight of the France album. In particular, her lyrics engage you and, subsequently, you become enraptured by the French vocalist's insightful and seasoned approach to music.
© Jason Birchmeier /TiVo

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1
Plus haut (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:19

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

2
A quoi ça sert l'amour ? (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:03:43

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

3
Laissez passer les rêves (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:05:13

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

4
Que l'amour est bizarre (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:10

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

5
Débranche (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:45

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

6
Lumière du jour (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:05:04

Michel Berger, Writer - France Gall, Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer, Engineer - Bruck Dawit, Mixer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

7
Résiste (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:47

Michel Berger, Writer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Engineer - KIRK JOHNSON, Producer, Engineer - Bruck Dawit, Mixer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

8
La minute de silence (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:28

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Engineer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

9
Privée d'amour (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:38

Michel Berger, Writer - France Gall, Vocals, MainArtist - Michael Railton, Producer, Engineer - Bruck Dawit, Mixer - Michael Stöcker, Producer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

10
Evidemment (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:04:30

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Engineer - Steve Maliah, Arranger - CMBM, Producer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

11
Ella, elle l'a (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:05:10

Michel Berger, Writer - RAY BARDANI, Mixer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Engineer - KIRK JOHNSON, Producer, Engineer - Steve Maliah, Arranger

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

12
Les princes des villes (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:06:10

Michel Berger, Writer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - KIRK JOHNSON, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 CMBM, licence exclusive Warner Music France

13
Message personnel (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:03:44

Françoise Hardy:, Lyricist - Michel Berger, Writer - France Gall, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer - Bruck Dawit, Mixer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

14
La légende de Jimmy (Version 1996; Remasterisé en 2004)
00:03:37

Michel Berger, Composer - Luc Plamondon, Lyricist - France Gall, Vocals, MainArtist - RICKY PETERSON, Producer - Bruck Dawit, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France ℗ 1996, 2004 C.M.B.M., licence exclusive Warner Music France

Album Description

France features 14 songs performed by vocalist France Gall and an accompanying band of musicians. The musicians who accompany Gall on this album include Ricky Peterson (chaviers), Paul Peterson (programming, bass, rhythm guitar), Jeff Hull (programming), Tim Pierce (guitar), Lenny Castro (percussion), Kirk Whalum (sax), and James Behringer (guitar). Though these musicians bring much to the album, Gall's singing is no doubt the highlight of the France album. In particular, her lyrics engage you and, subsequently, you become enraptured by the French vocalist's insightful and seasoned approach to music.
© Jason Birchmeier /TiVo

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