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Pierre Delanoë

voc, 1918-2006 FR, Paris
Singer / Songwriter of Pop, Spoken Word and Electronic
A.k.a. Pierre Charles Marcel Napoléon Leroyer Pierre Leroyer

French lyricist, born 16 December 1918 in Paris, France and died 27 December 2006 in Paris, France. He penned hundreds of songs during his career, sung by many of the most populars singers of "variété française": Gilbert Bécaud, Michel Sardou, Dalida, Joe Dassin, Michel Polnareff or Nana Mouskouri amongst many others. He also translated many of Petula Clark's English songs in to French

  • Pop
  • Spoken Word
  • Electronic
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Personne NE Veut Mourir (Karaoke Version Originally Performed by Petula Clark) on Pro Backing Tracks P, Vol.12 by Pop Music Workshop

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Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
Chante... "Y'a Qu'à Se Laisser Vivre"Pierre Delanoë1997Album
Sodome Et Gomorrhe CityPierre Delanoë1970Single
20 Ans De Chansons InoubliablesPierre DelanoëSingle
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