Amanda Lear discography consists of seventeen full-length studio albums, thirty-eight compilation albums, two extended plays and seventy-three singles. She has also released one video album and numerous music videos. Lear achieved the greatest international success between 1976 and 1983 when she was signed to West German label Ariola Records. The six Ariola albums were all released in Continental Europe as well as Scandinavia, Japan, South America and some parts of the former Eastern Bloc
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Album: The Best of Amanda Lear, 2006.
Amanda Lear (née Tap or Tapp) is a French singer, lyricist, painter, television presenter, actress and former model. Lear studied art in Paris and at Saint Martin's School of Art in London. She began her professional career as a fashion model in the mid-1960s and went on to model for Paco Rabanne and Ossie Clark, among others. Around that time she met the Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí and would remain his closest friend and muse for the next 15 years
Album · 1990 · 16 Songs. Amanda Lear: The Collection Amanda Lear. Mother, Look What They've Done to Me. 4:30. 16. Follow Me (Reprise). 16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes.
Amanda Lear sings cabaret (Let Me Entertain You), disco (Macho Man), chanson (La Rumeur), Italian pop (Prima Del Tuo Cuore), dance (The Best Is Yet To Come), evergreens (Smile). There are new tracks (The Actress, Catwalk), there are cover versions of famous songs (Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, For Me Formidable) and there are modern remakes of old Lear hits (Follow Me, Fashion Pack). This eclectic album is wonderfully produced by Alain Mendiburu, with nice arrangements by Bob Landser, Gael Brusseleers, Sébastien Arrighi, Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen and Matteo Buzzanca
Follow Me" is a song by French singer Amanda Lear released in 1978 by Ariola Records as the lead single from her second album, Sweet Revenge. The song went on to become a g chart success in Continental Europe and remains one of Amanda Lear's trademark hits. The lyrics of the song were written by Lear herself, who contributed words to every track on Sweet Revenge, and the music was composed by Anthony Monn, her long-time producer and collaborator.