Francis Lalanne
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Francis Lalanne

Francis Lalanne

Francis Lalanne (born Francis-José Lalanne on 8 August 1958 in Bayonne) is a French-Uruguayan singer, songwriter and poet. He is the brother of composer Jean-Félix Lalanne and film director René Manzor.

Free Art

He opposed the HADOPI law[1] in 2009 and has supported the French free software community saying that the purpose of art is not to make money but conscience, and it is the duty of any author to promote the free dissemination of this conscience.[2] He wrote the book Révoltons-nous, published in August 2011 under the free art license.[3]

Discography

Studio albums

  • 1979: Rentre chez toi
  • 1980: Francis Lalanne
  • 1981: Toi mon vieux copain
  • 1982: Celle qui m'a emmené
  • 1984: Amis d'en France
  • 1985: Coup de foudre
  • 1986: Mai 86
  • 1988: De Corazón
  • 1990: Avec toi
  • 1992: Tendresses
  • 1994: Les Inédits
  • 1996: Face cachée
  • 2000: Sans papiers
  • 2003: D'une vie à l'autre
  • 2005: Reptile
  • 2009: Ouvrir son coeur
  • 2010: Blaïte music

Live albums

  • 1983: Lalanne à Pantin
  • 1993: Zénith 93
  • 2006: Au Casino de Paris

Compilations

  • 1995: Flash-Back
  • 2007: Best of

Publications

  • 1986: Ajedhora, Flammarion.
  • 1993: Le Roman d'Arcanie, Les Belles Lettres.
  • 1994: Les Carnets de Lucifer, Les Belles Lettres.
  • 1995: Le Journal de Joseph, Éditions du Rocher.
  • 1997: D'Amour et de Mots, Les Belles Lettres. Tristan Tzara prize in 1997.
  • 1999: Éliade ou l'Idéale, Les Belles Lettres.
  • 2000: Le Petit Livre de l'Enfant, Éditions du Rocher, with co-author Stella Sulak.
  • 2003: Drac. ou le Soliloque du Vampire, Les Belles Lettres.
  • 2004: Les Carnets de Lucifer - Mon Journal Intime, Les Belles Lettres.
  • 2006: Skizogrammes, Pantoums, Éditions Bibliophane.
  • 2008: Mère Patrie, Planète Mère, Éditions Pascal Petiot. Lauriers Verts award at La Forêt des Livres in 2008.
  • 2009: La bataille Hadopi, In Libro Veritas (group of authors).[1]
  • 2009: Mise en Demeure à Monsieur le Président de la République Française, Jean-Claude Gawsewitch Éditeur.
  • 2011: Révoltons-nous, Éditions in Libro Veritas.[3]

Filmography

Cinéma
As a voice actor

Other

He was one of the contestant during the Second season of Danse avec les stars.

See also

See also

References

  • Dominique Lacout, Francis Lalanne, Éditions du Rocher, 1993. ISBN 978-2-268-01596-5
  1. ^ a b (in French) "Collectif d'auteurs - In Libro Veritas", inlibroveritas.net, Novembre 13, 2009.
  2. ^ (in French) "La Bataille Hadopi - Conférence de presse" Archived 14 May 2012 at the Wayback Machine, OxyRadio, 2009.
  3. ^ a b (in French) "Révoltons-nous - Francis Lalanne" Archived 2 December 2011 at the Wayback Machine, ILV-Bibliotheca.net, 9 August 2011.

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