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Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin (born 18 October 1940, dead 6 April 2018) was a French singer.

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Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin (born 18 (18 October 1940, dead 1940 - 6 April 2018) was a French singer.


* ''Higelin enchante Trenet'' [[note]](Reprises of songs by CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] (2005)

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* ''Higelin enchante Trenet'' [[note]](Reprises of songs by CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] Charles Trenet)[[/note]] (2005)


* ''Higelin enchante Trenet''[[note]](Reprises of songs by Artist/CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] (2005)

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* ''Higelin enchante Trenet''[[note]](Reprises Trenet'' [[note]](Reprises of songs by Artist/CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] (2005)


* ''Coup de Foudre'' [[note]](roughly "''Lovestruck''")[[/note]](2010)

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* ''Coup de Foudre'' [[note]](roughly "''Lovestruck''")[[/note]](2010)"''Lovestruck''")[[/note]](2010)

!!A few live-recorded albums:
* ''Higelin à Mogador'' (1981)
* ''Follow the Live'' (1990)
* ''Higelin le Rex'' (1992)
* ''Higelin enchante Trenet''[[note]](Reprises of songs by Artist/CharlesTrenet)[[note/]] (2005)


* ''Tombé du ciel'' (1988)
* ''Paradis Païen'' (1998)
* ''Coup de Foudre'' (2010)

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* ''Tombé du ciel'' (1988)
[[note]]("''Fallen from the sky''")[[/note]](1988)
* ''Paradis Païen'' (1998)
[[note]]("''Pagan Paradise''")[[/note]](1998)
* ''Coup de Foudre'' (2010)[[note]](roughly "''Lovestruck''")[[/note]](2010)


* ''Alertez les bébés !'' [[note]]("''Warn the babies !''")[[/note]] (1976)

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* ''Alertez les bébés !'' [[note]]("''Warn the babies !''")[[/note]] (1976)



* ''Aï'' (1985)
* ''Tombé du ciel'' (1988)
* ''Paradis Païen'' (1998)

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* ''Aï'' (1985)
* ''Tombé du ciel'' (1988)
* ''Paradis Païen'' (1998)


Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin (born 18 October 1940) is a French singer.

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Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin (born 18 October 1940) is 1940, dead 6 April 2018) was a French singer.



He was instrumental in the success of two major French music festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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He was instrumental in the success of two major French music festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.Rochelle''.

!!A few of his albums:
* ''Higelin et Areski'' (1969)
* ''Alertez les bébés !'' [[note]]("''Warn the babies !''")[[/note]] (1976)
* ''Champagne pour tout le monde...'' (1979)
* ''[[DistinctDoubleAlbum ...Caviar pour les autres]]'' (1979)
* ''Aï'' (1985)
* ''Tombé du ciel'' (1988)
* ''Paradis Païen'' (1998)
* ''Coup de Foudre'' (2010)


Jacques Higelin (born 1940) is a French singer.

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Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin (born 18 October 1940) is a French singer.



He was instrumental in the success of two major French music festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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He was instrumental in the success of two major French music festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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His style is generally rock--for a given definition of "rock"--with eclectic injections of jazz, blues, traditional French ''chanson'', and healthy dollops of surrealism.

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His style is generally rock--for a given definition of "rock"--with eclectic injections of jazz, blues, traditional French ''chanson'', {{Chanson}}, and healthy dollops of surrealism.


He started his artistic career in the 1950s as a stage and occasional movie actor, then moved on to street performances and then, in the late 1960s, to music. Building a fan base bottom up, one small-scale concert at a time, he gradually earned fame as a tremendously gifted live singer, able to achieve a rare degree of communion with his audience.

His style is generally rock--for a given definition of "rock"--with eclectic injections of jazz, blues, traditional French songs, and healthy dollops of surrealism.

He was instrumental in the success of two major French musical festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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He started his artistic career in the 1950s as a stage and occasional movie actor, then moved on to street performances and then, in the late 1960s, to music. Building a fan base bottom up, one small-scale concert at a time, he gradually earned fame as a tremendously gifted live singer, able to launch crazy improvisations and achieve a rare degree of communion with his audience.

His style is generally rock--for a given definition of "rock"--with eclectic injections of jazz, blues, traditional French songs, ''chanson'', and healthy dollops of surrealism.

He was instrumental in the success of two major French musical music festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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Jacques Higelin (born 1940) is a French singer.

He started his artistic career in the 1950s as a stage and occasional movie actor, then moved on to street performances and then, in the late 1960s, to music. Building a fan base bottom up, one small-scale concert at a time, he gradually earned fame as a tremendously gifted live singer, able to achieve a rare degree of communion with his audience.

His style is generally rock--for a given definition of "rock"--with eclectic injections of jazz, blues, traditional French songs, and healthy dollops of surrealism.

He was instrumental in the success of two major French musical festivals, the ''Printemps de Bourges'' and the ''Francofolies de La Rochelle''.

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