Michel Polnareff (born 3 July 1944, Nérac, Lot-et-Garonne, France) is a French singer-songwriter, who was popular in France from the mid-1960s until the early 1990s with his penultimate original album, Kāma-Sūtra. He is still critically acclaimed and occasionally tours in France, Belgium and Switzerland
Album · 1975 · 15 Songs. Michel polnareff Michel Polnareff. 1. Love Me Please Love Me.
Love Me, Please Love Me (Michel Polnareff album), 1966 debut album by Michel Polnareff. Love Me, Please Love Me" (song), 1966 song by Michel Polnareff, title track of above album. Love Me, Please Love Me (Sandie Shaw album), 1967 album by Sandie Shaw, with above song as a title track. With Reid, Polnareff co-wrote the all-English "Time Will Tell" and "You'll Be on My Mind" for the album. The album topped the French Albums Chart. Polnareff's is an album by Michel Polnareff released in 1971 on AZ Disques. At the time of its release, Polnareff was "one of the most successful musicians in France", according to The Independent.
Chère véronique, 02:31. Time Will Tell, 02:27. Sous quelle étoile suis-je né, 03:53. Complainte a michel, 02:19.
A3. Ballade Pour Toi (Ce Que Je Cherche Est En Toi). A4. L'Oiseau De Nuit. Michel Polnareff (LP, Album, Mono). 4 Corners Of The World. STEC 290. Michel Polnareff. Michel Polnareff (LP, Album, RE, Gat).
With Reid, "Time Will Tell" and "You'll Be on My Mind" for the album. The album sold above 100,000 copies to be certified gold. Aged 22, Polnareff created a big buzz even in the States with the media there dubbing him as an example of French Rock Blues making him one of the rare French artists, like Serge Gainsbourg and possibly Jacques Dutronc to have big popularity with Anglo-Saxons audiences. Sous quelle étoile suis-je né?" (Frank Gérald, Michel Polnareff) - 3:50.