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JEAN JACQUES GOLDMAN

Author, Composer, Performer

Country : France

Born : 11 octobre 1951 - Paris, FR


October 11, 1951: born in Paris (19 district), son of Alter Mojze Goldman born in Lublin (Poland) and of Ruth Ambrunn born in Munich (Germany). It is 3rd of four children.

Years 50/60: he played violin (and a little piano); schoolboy in Montrouge (Parisian suburbs) where settled the Goldman family, then raised in the college François Villon (Paris 14è) until 1969; His first groups: "The Red Mountain Gospellers" (which recorded in 1966 a "45 tours" CD own-produced of Gospel), and guitarist with the Phalansters (Clubs, first scenes with the Drouot Golf); Prépa HEC (69-70).

1970/73: EDHEC (and FAC of sociology) in Lille; he made a lot of trips: Sweden (71), Turkey (72), Canada, USA, Mexico (73); plays in balls, discotheques, student residences, etc...

1974: military service (in the Air Force).

1975-79: period Taï Phong (three albums) and first tests in solo (three "45 tours" in 76, 77, 78).

1980: dissolution of Taï Phong; meeting with the editor Marc Lumbroso

1981: first album solo and first extract in 45t (sept): "It Will be enough to a Sign".

1982: second album, first extract: "When the Music Is Good" (Oct.).

1983: "Like You" (Feb.), "At the end of My Dreams" (June), first round (Nov.).

1984: third album (the first to carry a title): Positive; first extract "Flies away me" (january.) ; round (spring) and first stage at Olympia (26 April March-1st).

1985: take part in the disc for Ethiopia, the concert of the Pals to the Harmony (June), and take part of "singers Without Borders" at Courneuve (duet with Balavoine (Oct..)) ; fourth album: Not Approved (sept). First extract "I Give You"; writing, composing and recording the song of the "Restaurants du Coeur" at the request of Coluche; round in province and first Zenith, in Paris, on the 3  ...

October 11, 1951: born in Paris (19 district), son of Alter Mojze Goldman born in Lublin (Poland) and of Ruth Ambrunn born in Munich (Germany). It is 3rd of four children.

Years 50/60: he played violin (and a little piano); schoolboy in Montrouge (Parisian suburbs) where settled the Goldman family, then raised in the college François Villon (Paris 14è) until 1969; His first groups: "The Red Mountain Gospellers" (which recorded in 1966 a "45 tours" CD own-produced of Gospel), and guitarist with the Phalansters (Clubs, first scenes with the Drouot Golf); Prépa HEC (69-70).

1970/73: EDHEC (and FAC of sociology) in Lille; he made a lot of trips: Sweden (71), Turkey (72), Canada, USA, Mexico (73); plays in balls, discotheques, student residences, etc...

1974: military service (in the Air Force).

1975-79: period Taï Phong (three albums) and first tests in solo (three "45 tours" in 76, 77, 78).

1980: dissolution of Taï Phong; meeting with the editor Marc Lumbroso

1981: first album solo and first extract in 45t (sept): "It Will be enough to a Sign".

1982: second album, first extract: "When the Music Is Good" (Oct.).

1983: "Like You" (Feb.), "At the end of My Dreams" (June), first round (Nov.).

1984: third album (the first to carry a title): Positive; first extract "Flies away me" (january.) ; round (spring) and first stage at Olympia (26 April March-1st).

1985: take part in the disc for Ethiopia, the concert of the Pals to the Harmony (June), and take part of "singers Without Borders" at Courneuve (duet with Balavoine (Oct..)) ; fourth album: Not Approved (sept). First extract "I Give You"; writing, composing and recording the song of the "Restaurants du Coeur" at the request of Coluche; round in province and first Zenith, in Paris, on the 3 to the 20/12.

1986: continuation of the round (167 dates on the whole); concert of the Pals at Bastille place (June); Festival of summer of Quebec (juil.) and turned to Canada (Oct..) ; first album live and exit of the disc Gang of Johnny Hallyday (words, musics and realization); round in New Caledonia and Polynesia (Dec.).

1987: first video Log book (1981-86); "45 tours" "It A Makes a Baby All Alone" (july) ; double album "Between Clear And Gray Gray Dark" (Oct.).

1988: round (March-avr.) in Africa (Senegal, Togo, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Congo, Zaire) and in the Indian Ocean (Reunion, Mauritius, Madagascar); Parisian round in May-June: Bataclan (3 days), Olympia (3 days), Sport hall (12 days) and Zenith (15 days); Francofolies of the Small rock, round of summer in August (with the Canada group in 1st part), then from September 1988 to January 1989 in France, Belgium and Switzerland.

1989: end of the round (147 concerts on the whole); album live (and video) Traces; round of the Dumbs (Nov..) for the Restaurants du Coeur (with Hallyday, Mitchell, Sanson and Sardou); composes with Roland Romanelli the B.O. of film the Union Crowned of Alexandre Arcady. 1990: 1st album in trio, "Fredericks-Goldman-Jones" (Dec.).

1991: round in trio: The Meeting, Maurice, then Paris "the Cicada" with Gildas Arzel in 1st part, France, Belgium, Switzerland.

1992: continuation of the round (Guyana, the Antilles, Morocco); end of the round (Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Kampuchea) in July; live exit of the album of the Fredericks-Goldman-Jones trio "On Scene" (metal small pocket).

1993: Red album (Fredericks-Goldman-Jones) (second disc in metal presentation), and simultaneous the book (including the album), Co-signed with the journalist Sorj Chalandon and the Lorenzo illustrator; "He Says to Me That I Am Beautiful" for Patricia Kaas, and of the musics for Marc Lavoine.

1994: round with Hearts of the Red ex-Army, at New Morning (March) and the Zenith (May-June) in Paris; writing "If You Want to test Me" and "DO u want to follow me" for Florent Pagny.

1995: double album "Of New Morning To the Zenith" (June); writing, composing and carries out the album "Of Them" of Celine Dion; round of the campaigns in formation semi-acoustics; artistic producer of the Lorada album for Johnny Hallyday.

1996: writing "Aïcha" for Khaled, "The latest possible" for Robert Charlebois; writing and produces two titles of the album "Springfield" of Carole Fredericks; writing "I Would like To know It" for Patricia Kaas; the first compilation (81-89)"Singular".

1997: album "While Passing" (in solo); by-product the last album of Gildas Arzel and accompanies it in round (10 dates in autumn).

1998: concerts in Reunion (March) and beginning, in April, of a new round solo in France, Belgium, Switzerland. Text of "Nobody would know" for Carole Frédéricks and Poétic Lovers, writing, compose and carry out the album "If it were enough to like" of Celine Dion.

1999: continuation of the round (Ivory Coast, Belgium, Island of Reunion, lle Maurice, Madagascar, Guyana, Martinique, Guadeloupe). Exit of the album "Turned 98 While Passing" in June. Writing "the girl of the East" and "the songs start" for Patricia Kaas. Compose with Roland Romanelli the B.O. of the film "Astérix and Obélix to tell César" (extrait "It does not see me"). Compose for Marc Lavoine and Joe Cocker. Writing "2000" with Richard Cocciante for the town of Lyon. Writing "It is the night" and "Derwiche turner" for Khaled.

2000: writing "Neither divine, nor dog" for Yannick Noah, the words of "I still dream some" for Palmas, and Co-composes the music of "Business of state" for Maxime the Forester. New compilation (90-96)"Plural" and new integral (90-2000).

2001: album "Songs for the feet" (Nov..); first extracts "Together".

Jean Jacques GOLDMAN

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