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    Liane Foly

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    Genre:Pop
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    Albums:13
    Songs:98

    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1La Chanteuse De Bal lyrics
    2Le Silence A Des Ailes lyrics
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    Un Jour De Plus Au Paradis (Another Day In Paradise) lyrics
    Les Enfoirés feat. Lââm, Liane Foly, Michael Jones, Nolwenn Leroy and Zazie
    4Et Même Si C'Est Bateau lyrics
    5Aimez-Vous lyrics
    6Chanter Le Blues lyrics
    7Toutes Les Histoires D'Amour lyrics
    8Toujours Autant Besoin D'Amour lyrics
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    Passe Le Temps lyrics
    10Les Petites Notes lyrics
    Liane Foly feat. Carole Fredericks

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Lumières [1994]
    2Rêve Orange [1990]
    3The Man I Love [1988]
    4Acoustique [1999]
    5Caméléon [1997]
    6La Chanteuse De Bal [2004]
    7Entre Nous... [2001]
    8Besoin De Toi (7 Inch Vinyl) [1985]
    9Au Fur Et À Mesure... [2002]
    10Les Petites Notes [1993]

    Biography

    Liane Foly (real name Eliane Falliex) was born on December 16, 1962 in Lyon, France. She spent her childhood between her parents' boutique & ballrooms where her family sang. Then she performed in piano-bars & a musician, André Manoukian, fell in love with the girl. Together they recorded some songs & proposed them to record companies, then, in 1988, Liane released her debut LP The Man I Love. Between jazz & variety, the choice wasn't so easy but Liane continued, album by album, to have a faithful audience with songs like "Au Fur Et À Mesure", "Doucement" & "On A Tous Le Droit". In 2004, she came back with her album La Chanteuse De Bal, mostly autobiographical. In 2007, Liane appeared in the film "Je Crois Que Je L'Aime" & started a tour to celebrate 20 years of her musical career. She also created her one-woman-show "La Folle Parenthèse". On April 14, 2009, French Sports Minister Roselyne Bachelot decorated Liane "Officier Des Arts Et Des Lettres".


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