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Martine Clémenceau - Martine Clemenceau album

Martine Clémenceau - Martine Clemenceau album
Performer: Martine Clémenceau
Title: Martine Clemenceau
Released: 1979
Style: Chanson, Disco
Genre: Electro / Pop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 791
MP3 size: 1986 mb
FLAC size: 1882 mb


A1 Ma Musique 3:22
A2 Le Slow Des Regrets 3:35
A3 J'suis Pas D'accord 3:45
A4 Comme Un Jour De Pluie 4:58
A5 Ta Petit Fille 2:51
B1 J'perdrai La Tête 3:55
B2 Judy 4:10
B3 Ma Confession 10:10

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Polydor France
  • Copyright (c) – Polydor
  • Printed By – Polygram Industries Messageries
  • Printed By – Glory
  • Recorded At – Trident Studios
  • Recorded At – Ramport Studios
  • Recorded At – Studios Ferber
  • Mixed At – Studio CBE


  • Arranged By [Brass] – Christian Gaubert (tracks: A1, B1)
  • Arranged By [Strings, Brass] – Tony Hymas
  • Bass – John Giblin, Sauveur Mallia (tracks: B1)
  • Design [Maquette] – Créac
  • Directed By [Strings] – Gavyn Wright
  • Drum – Barry De Souza, Pierre-Alain Dahan (tracks: B1)
  • Engineer [Ferber] – Claude Grilli*
  • Engineer [Ramport] – Butch Yates, Mark Dodson
  • Engineer [Trident] – Stephen W. Tayler
  • Guitar – Hugh Burns, Ray Russell, Slim Pezin, Thomas Noton
  • Keyboards – Bernard Estardy, Gérard Salesses (tracks: B1), Thomas Noton, Tony Hymas
  • Lyrics By – Ganaël Nebot* (tracks: A3), Martine CLemenceau* (tracks: A,B)
  • Mastered By – André Perriat
  • Mixed By [Studio CBE] – Bernard Estardy
  • Music By – Martine CLemenceau* (tracks: A,B)
  • Percussion – Marc Chantereau (tracks: B1), Ray Cooper
  • Photography By, Design Concept – Nathalie Heidsieck
  • Producer – Martine CLemenceau*, Thomas Noton
  • Strings – Mountain Fjord Orchestra*


Mixage: Studio C.B.E. Bernard Estardy (System A.P.S./G.L. Designs).

Production Edition : X Music.

(p)1979 X Music.
(c)1979 Polydor.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Other (Distribution Code): POL 350
  • Matrix / Runout (A): POL 160 2393 251 1 380 POLYGRAM
  • Matrix / Runout (B): POL 160 2393 251 2 380 POLYGRAM

Martine Clémenceau (born 18 March 1949) is a French singer. She won the Yamaha Music Festival in 1971 with the song A jour l’amour. Then, she represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973 with Sans toi, taking the 15th place. Her song Solitaire, written in 1981 is her most important hit in France, and Laura Branigan in 1983 recorded a cover that was in the Billboard rankings.

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