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Gildas Arzel

Gildas Arzel

born on 21/1/1961 in Alsace, France

Links www.gildas-arzel.com (French)

Gildas Arzel

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Gildas Arzel (born in Alsace on 21 January 1961) is a French singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist musician including guitar. In addition to his solo career, he has been in musical formations like in duo Die Form with Erick Benzi with a mix of electro-industrial, gothic and techno sounds and later in musical formation Canada (formed with Erick Benzi, Jacques Veneruso and Gwenn Arzel) and since 2007 in El Club formed with Erick Benzi, Michael Jones and Christian Ségure.[1]

He started his solo career with an eclectic mix of Irish and Scottish folk, cajun music, blues, rock, Celtic music and ethnic music. He has written a great number of successful songs and notable collaborations with Céline Dion, Johnny Hallyday, Roch Voisine, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Carole Fredericks, Michael Jones, Maurane, Nanette Workman, Florent Pagny, Yannick Noah, France D'Amour, J.A.H.O. etc. Céline Dion's album 1 fille & 4 types included Jean-Jacques Goldman, Erick Benzi, Jacques Veneruso and Gildas Arzel. Roch Voisine's famous Acadian tune hit "Jean Johnny Jean" is written by Arzel. Arzel has also composed a number of film soundtracks.

Discography

Solo albums

  • 1991: Les gens du voyage
  • 1994: Entrer dans la danse
  • 1997: Gildas Arzel
  • 2001: Autour de nous
  • 2015: Greneville

Collaborative albums

as part of Canada
(Gildas Arzel, Gween Arzel, Erick Benzi and Jacques Veneruso)

  • 1988: Sur les traces

with Gabriel Yacoub

  • 1994: Quatre

with Céline Dion
(Gildas Arzel, Erick Benzi, Jean-Jacques Goldman and Jacques Veneruso)

  • 2003: 1 fille & 4 types

as part of El Club
(Gildas Arzel, Erick Benzi, Michael Jones and Christian Seguret)

  • 2007: Plus fort que ça

References

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