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In 1989 at the age of 8, Natasha St-Pier went on stage for a local singing contest in Canda. She stated that she did not realize at such a young age that singing was a true career. "I must have wanted to have been a singer one day, and a firefighter the next" she claimed. However, in 2001 St-Pier became widely known in the Francophone world with "A chacun son histoire". That same year, she represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest with her hit single "Je n'ai que mon ame". This is the 2006 studio album from the popular Quebecoise singer. This outing includes 13 songs composed by Calogero, Pascal Obispo, St. Pier herself, and many others.
Personnel: Michel Aymé (guitar, electric guitar); Frédéric Château (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, tambourine, programming); Pascal Obispo (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano); Olivier Schultheis (strings); Alain Lanty (piano); Chistopher Deschamps (drums); Matthew Vaughan (programming).
Director: Olivier Schultheis.
Arranger: Olivier Schultheis.
Natasha St-Pier's fifth studio album, Longueur d'Ondes (2006), was her most popular to date, topping the French charts and spawning the smash hit "Un Ange Frappe à Ma Porte." "Ce Silence" featuring Frédéric Château and "Tant Que J'Existerai" were also hit singles. Château and French pop star Pascal Obispo had a significant hand in the album's musical composition. ~ Jason Birchmeier