Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine

Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine is a French pop-rock singer and songwriter. He was born on 21 July 1948 in the town of Dole in the Jura département.
Mostly shunned by television and radio, he has built over the years – through word of mouth and frequent touring – a considerable following which allowed him to fill the 17,000-seater Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy for an anniversary concert in 1998. In recent years he has been increasingly name-dropped as an influence by the latest generation of performers in France, and was the subject of a tribute album of covers in 2002. He has been performing since the late 1960s and releasing records since 1978.
Musically, Thiéfaine draws mostly from classic rock, with rare nods to the latest musical trends, and generally leaves the arranging to a collaborator. His songs are most notable for instantly recognisable lyrics, with their trademarks streams of consciousness, surreal and often extreme or dark imagery, often tinged with comedy, cynicism, literary references, neologisms and liberal use of scientific, long or foreign words.

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Top SongsAlbum
Dès que le vent souffleraLa Bande A Renaud4:10
Groupie 89 turbo 6Thiéfaine 78-835:06
Alligators 427 (Remastered)Autorisation de délirer (Remastered)5:01
Soleil cherche futur (Live)En Concert, Vol.24:53
Encore un petit café (Live au Zénith de Paris 1995)Paris-Zénith6:43
Un vendredi 13 à 5h (Live)En Concert, Vol.24:30
Autorisation de délirer (Live)Homo plebis ultimae tour1:39
Scandale mélancolique (Live)Scandale mélancolique Tour4:40
Nuit et brouillardHommage à Jean Ferrat : Des airs de liberté3:19
Les fastes de la solitudeDéfloration 137:04
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