Little information about Amélie Morin, whose real name is Brigitte Morin-Brégeat, apart from the fact that she is a French singer more particularly known for her particular talents of dubbing, especially in television series aimed at young people.
Singer who will remain primarily in the musical history of the 80s for the high-caliber single "J'étais venue pour dire bonjour" released in 1981.
As such, she deserved this article.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
J’étais venue pour dire bonjour 1981
Rien ne va plus 1981
Comme un petit soleil après la pluie 1982
Le terrestre extra 1983
J’m’ennuie toute seul dans mon tableau 1984
Mimi Cracra 1986
Sherlock Holmes 1986
1981 ... a first title completely outside the standards of the moment. And yet, it is THIS title which will offer a direct ticket for posterity to the singer. A success to say the least surprising and above all totally unexpected ...
1981 ... a career that will therefore necessarily be on the fringes of all the others. A bias displayed and above all claimed !
1982 ... a marginalization that she will necessarily pay a high price with a very limited level of success with the general public ...
1983 ... but that's also that the 80's. Everything is possible, all styles coexist for our greatest pleasure. Something totally impossible nowadays ...
1983 ... his only related title 'Dance'. His childish style was really as much his strength as his weakness. On this occasion, it will have worked rather well ...
1984 ... it is clear that with such an offbeat style, it was literally impossible for her to hope to occupy the first places of the French Top50. But who would blame her...?
1986 ... how many credits of cartoons from the 80s are present in everyone's mind when we don't even know who played them. How many singers will never have known the limelight and yet have a voice known to all ? This is also the world of song ...
2006 ... 20 years later, here she reappears with a title that has little to do with what she did before. Surprising and above all too late unfortunately ...
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