Douce violence is the third album of the French singer Elsa Lunghini, and it was released in 1992. In this album, when she was only 19, she began to disassociate herself from his father, the composer Georges Lunghini. Understanding her phobias, he wrote songs including "Bouscule-moi" or "Tout l'temps, tout l'temps. There are also four songs written by Jean-Loup Dabadie.
Raymond, . aymond, Jaques Raymond, Raymond. Marketplace 388 For Sale. Jacques Raymond (LP, Album). Teenager Liefde (Douce Violence) (7").
Jacques Garcia, (born September 25, 1947) is a French architect, interior designer and garden designer, best known for his contemporary interiors of Paris hotels and restaurants. Born in 1947, Jacques Garcia showed a talent for drawing and objects of art at a young age. At the age of eight, he constructed and furnished his first structure at the home of grandparents. Thereafter he attended a school of interior design and completed his education in the applied arts.
Douce violence Tracklist. Producers Georges Lunghini & Raymond Donnez. Writers Georges Lunghini, Jacques Duvall & Raymond Donnez. More Elsa Lunghini albums.
La musique, douce violence, sublime intensité .
Titre : Douce Violence. Réalisation : Max Pécas. Scénario original : Jacques Aucante. Adaptation et Dialogue : Grisha M. Dabat et Max Pécas. Assistant réalisateur : Robert Topart. Chansons : Douce violence (paroles Clément Nicolas, musique Georges Garvarentz) et Il faut saisir sa chance (paroles Charles Aznavour, musique Georges Garvarentz) chantées par Johnny Hallyday. Régisseur : T. Michel et M. Gilli. Production : Paris Inter Production, Contact Organisation. Chef de production : Joël Lifschutz. Directeur de production : Jacques Garcia. Producteur associé : René Thévenet. Distribution : Twenty Century Fox.
Director: Claude Autant-Lara. Starring: Douce, Iréne, Countess de Bonafé and others.
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