Hors Format

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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
Michel Sardou is one of France's most popular singers, known both for his songs of love and ballads of social commentary. In 2006, Sardou was nearing 60, had been performing for over 40 years, and was hinting he might retire, but anyone who expected him to put the brakes on his recording career got a big surprise with his album Hors Format. Hors Format is an expansive two-disc set featuring 23 new songs from Sardou, including 17 tunes co-written by the vocalist himself.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Mark Deming
Michel Sardou is one of France's most popular singers, known both for his songs of love and ballads of social commentary. In 2006, Sardou was nearing 60, had been performing for over 40 years, and was hinting he might retire, but anyone who expected him to put the brakes on his recording career got a big surprise with his album Hors Format. Hors Format is an expansive two-disc set featuring 23 new songs from Sardou, including 17 tunes co-written by the vocalist himself.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/19/2007
  • Label: Disc Az France
  • UPC: 602498432174
  • Catalog Number: 9843217
  • Sales rank: 264,957

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michel Sardou Primary Artist
Nathalie Carlucci Alto
Herve Cavelier Violone, Soloist
Manuel Mauricio Guerrero Accordion, Electric Piano, Clavier
Claire Lisiecki Violone
Agnès Hampartzoumian Choir, Chorus
André Hampartzoumian Guitar
Pierre-Jean Scavino Piano
Patrick Hampartzoumian Percussion, Clavier
Laurent Coppola Drums
Jacques Veneruso Guitar
Christophe Battaglia Clavier
Christophe Grindel Oboe
Cyril Tarquiny Electric Guitar
Thierry Blanchard Piano, Clavier
Erik Fostinelli Organ, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Basse
Cécile Brillard Alto
Florence Hennequin Cello
Delphine Elbe Choir, Chorus
Constance Schacher Alto
Florence Veniant Violone
Technical Credits
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Contributor
Haydn Bendall Engineer
Michel Sardou Composer
Didier Barbelivien Arranger, Composer
Yves Delaunay Mastering
Manuel Mauricio Guerrero Arranger, String Arrangements
Pierre-Jean Scavino String Arrangements
Patrick Hampartzoumian Arranger, Programming, Engineer
Jean-Paul Gonnod Engineer
Jacques Veneruso Arranger, Composer
Christophe Battaglia Arranger, Programming, Engineer
Thierry Blanchard Arranger, Programming, Engineer
Raphael Auclair Vocal Engineer
Matthias Froidefond Engineer
J. Kapler Arranger, Composer
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