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    Guesch Patti

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    Genre:Rock, Pop
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    Dans Tes Yeux lyrics
    Guesch Patti and Gonzales
    2Jours Étranges lyrics
    3Culture lyrics
    4Étienne lyrics
    5Faits Divers lyrics
    6ABC D'Air lyrics
    7Comment Dire lyrics
    8Behind Me lyrics
    9Un Peu... Beaucoup lyrics
    10Metempsycose lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Blonde [1995]
    2Gobe [1992]
    3Labyrinthe [1988]
    4Dernieres Nouvelles [2000]
    5Nomades [1990]


    Guesch Patti was born on March 16, 1946 as Patricia Porasse, she was nicknamed Guesch (a Bask name) as a child, Patti is a pet name for Patricia. Her father, Jean Porasse, worked as artistic director for the record company Voice of his Master-Pathé-Marconi taking care of Gilbert Bécaud and later as an impresario for people like Eric Charden, Jean-Jacques Debout and Nino Ferrer. Aged 9 she danced the role of the Little Rat at the Paris Opera. When she was 19 she had a brief flirtation with singing as one half of the duo Yves et Patricia, a venture she was talked into by her father. They released 2 singles on the Philips label.

    In the seventies she frequently worked for television as a dancer, for example in shows with Nana Mouskouri and Sylvie Vartan. Later she moved into contemporary dance and became first dancer in Carolyn Carlson's group, Prima Ballerina at the Scala in Milan and guest performer with Roland Petit and Maurice Béjart. She worked on the choreography for performances set to the music of Silvano Bussoti, Luigi Nono and Karlheinz Stockhausen. She also worked with German choreographer Pina Bausch, did Jazz dance with Michael Peter and she worked on Robert Hossein's staging of Les Misérables.

    Lydie Callier
    In 1984 she teamed up with Lydie Callier and another girl to form the trio DaCapo, Virgin Records released one single, but declined to take it further. 1987 saw her emerge as a solo artist with the release of the single Étienne. It charted in 9 European countries accompanied by a video that caused some controversy due to its erotic nature. It ended up winning Best Video awards in several countries. The success was remarkable because at that time modern French pop\rock music rarely made it over the border into non-French speaking territories. The international success of Étienne landed her an album recording contract with EMI, the band Encore was formed around her and together they produced her first album Labyrinthe, released in 1988. A second album Nomades followed in 1990. After an (amicable) split with Encore, a third album Gobe saw the light in 1992. Sales of Gobe were disappointing, Gobe was to be her last album for EMI.

    After a period of reflection she met Étienne Daho, this contributed to a renewed interest in creating music. She teamed up with independent French label XIIIBis Records which resulted in the 1995 release of Blonde. Songs from this album were also used for the Peter Greenaway film The Pillow Book. Her most recent album is Dernières Nouvelles, released in November 2000.

    In recent years she has also appeared in film and television productions, most notably a co-starring role in the 1997 movie Elles where she appeared alongside Marthe Keller and Miou-Miou. 2001 saw her re-emerge as a dancer on stage in the production She Smiles Through Tears. Released in February 2002, her latest work is the Dernières Nouvelles DVD, it features a video illustration of the music of the CD with the same title.

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