François Feldman - Destination album
This song is by François Feldman and appears on the album À Contre Jour (1996) and on the album Two (1996). Paris, Ibiza, St. Trop', Miami. Je décolle dans la nuitDirection IbizaJe te suis a la traceMais j't'ai perdue a Las Vegas. DestinationDanser tout pres de toiTrouver la fievreCelle qui me guidera. DestinationPlus loin qu'ushuaiaLa nuit s'acheveEt tu te caches de moi. Comme un paparazziJ't'ai suivie a St. Trop'Sur les plages de MiamiTu m'as enterré tout en bloc.
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17. – François Feldman. Les valses de Vienne. 18. Se Quitter Sans Larmes (Album Version).
François Feldman (born 23 May 1958) is a French singer. He had a great success in the 1980s and the 1990s in France. The young François Feldman spent his adolescence listening to soul music, including songs by Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and James Brown, among other artists. His father gave him his first guitar at 14 and François won first prize several times in the radio contests he entered. He also created his first group at 14 and appeared in a few clubs.
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Gold (François Feldman album), a 2008 François Feldman compilation. Gold (Ella Fitzgerald album), a 2007 Ella Fitzgerald compilation. Gold (Four Tops album), a 2005 Four Tops compilation. Gold (Peter Frampton album), a 2005 Peter Frampton compilation. Gold (Connie Francis album), a 2005 Connie Francis compilation. Gold (Claude François album), a 2006 Claude François compilation. Gold (Serge Gainsbourg album), a 2007 Serge Gainsbourg compilation. Les Valses de Vienne" is a 1989 song originally recorded by the French artist François Feldman for his 1989 album, Une Présence and was the second singles release from that album in November of the same year. It achieved great success in France, topping the chart for six nonconsecutive weeks, and remains Feldman's signature song and a classic of 1980s French music.