Editors’ Notes Between the launch of Lilith Fair and the trickle-down effect of riot grrrl culture, the mid-'90s were a watershed era for bold, brazen female pop artists. France d'Amour was Quebec's answer to Meredith Brooks and Sheryl Crow: a self-possessed singer/songwriter who mixed formidable guitar chops and a radio-friendly sensibility with a feisty attitude and a soupçon of vocal grit. She followed up her sweetly spiky 1992 debut, Animal, with two decades of breezy French-language singles, tunes with refrains so catchy they'll echo in your mind for days, regardless of your native tongue.

SONG
ALBUM
Vivante
3:51
 
Le fil conducteur
2:43
 
Que des mots
3:20
 
Laisse-moi la chance
4:30
 
J'entends ta voix
3:23
 
4:11
 
Je t'aime encore
4:17
 
Un sou noir
3:10
 
Le bonheur te fait de l'œil
2:45
 
Et si c'était vrai
2:56
 
Mon frère
4:03
 
Je n'irai pas ailleurs
3:35
 
Ailleurs
4:39
 
Le coeur est un oiseau
3:25
 
La chanson des fleurs
3:56
 
4:31
 

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