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The single "Voyage, voyage" was a chart topper in many European and Asian single charts and sold over five million copies. Qui sommes-nous" – 4:31. Hari ôm Ramakrishna" – 5:11. Tombée d'une montagne" – 5:07. Dis pourquoi (New age mix)" – 0:36. Oublie-les, oublie" – 3:58. Les commencements" – 4:04. Elle est comme les étoiles" – 4:15. Qui peut savoir" – 3:48.

Biography by Chris True. A pop artist who made his name in Belgium with a career that spanned four decades, Frédéric François (born Francesco Barracatto in June 1950) was born in Italy and relocated with family to Belgium whil. ead Full Biography.

16. L'adieu à l'Antarctique. 17. Le jardinier fou, for electronics. 18. Rédemption, for electronics.

Other albums by François de Roubaix. Les Plus Belles Musiques de Films de Francois de Roubaix, Vol. 2. L' Homme Orchestre. Les Grandes Gueules/Le Vieux Fusil. Secrets de la Mer Rouge. Le Monde Electronique de Francois de Roubaix, Vol. François de Roubaix 1998. 1 Les Générique François de Roubaix 1:57. 2 Les Christiane François de Roubaix 2:2. 3 Les aventuriers François de Roubaix 2:11. 4 Les ent Sous-Marin François de Roubaix 2:2. 5 Le Rapace/Générique François de Roubaix 5:51.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. This album was released on the label Universal Music Jazz France (catalog number 981 808-9). This album was released in 2004 year. Format of the release is.

François de Roubaix (1939-1975) was a french t and composer for commercials, TV series, and about 30 feature-length films. De Roubaix had a home studio which he used a lot for both experimentation and final tracks. François de Roubaix died in an diving accident near the Canary Isles in 1975. He received new recognition because he provided 'sample material' for a new generation. Carl Craig remixed him and Robbie Williams' producers sampled him.