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Polnareff's is an album by Michel Polnareff released in 1971 on AZ Disques. At the time of its release, Polnareff was "one of the most successful musicians in France", according to The Independent. The album reflected some very personal and serious issues for Polnareff, including the suicide of Europe 1 radio director Lucien Morisse, a close friend, to whom the song "Qui a tué grand'maman?" was dedicated. The album was remixed in quadraphonic for release in Japan in 1972. In 1997, the album was first reissued on compact disc by Universal Records, along with his albums Le Bal des Lazes and Love Me, Please Love Me.
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Love Me, Please Love Me is the 1966 debut album by French singer-songwriter Michel Polnareff. It was known originally as the self-titled album Michel Polnareff, but was identified later by the title song "Love Me, Please Love Me".
The album contained collaborations with renowned songwriters like Frank Gérald, A. Kopelman, and British songwriter Keith Reid. With Reid, Polnareff co-wrote the all-English "Time Will Tell" and "You'll Be on My Mind" for the album. The album topped the French Albums Chart.
The French edition of the magazine Rolling Stone classified the album as the 39th best French rock album ever. The album was certified gold.
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