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<i>Vous et Nous</i> 1977 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine and Areski Belkacem

Vous et Nous is the ninth album by experimental pop French musician Brigitte Fontaine and the seventh by Areski Belkacem, released in 1977 on the Saravah label. Vous et Nous is an avant-garde double album mixing a variety of instruments and vocal styles. The album uses synthesizer and drum machine on some songs. Other, more acoustic, songs show the Algerian/African influence that Fontaine and Areski were known for. The album was not well understood upon release, but in later years was championed by musicians such as Jim O'Rourke and Stereolab.

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<i>13 chansons décadentes et fantasmagoriques</i> 1966 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

13 chansons décadentes et fantasmagoriques is the first album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 1966 on the Productions Jacques Canetti label. Fontaine has disowned the album, which she states is merely a "draft" compared to her later works.

<i>Brigitte Fontaine est... folle !</i> 1968 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

Brigitte Fontaine est... folle ! is the third album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 1968 on the Saravah label. Fontaine herself considers this album to be her first real album. Jean-Claude Vannier authors the arrangements of the album.

<i>Comme à la radio</i> 1969 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine, Areski Belkacem and the Art Ensemble of Chicago

Comme à la radio is the fourth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, recorded with Areski Belkacem and the Art Ensemble of Chicago. It was released in 1969 on the Saravah label after a series of concerts in 1969. It is Fontaine's most famous album, and is known outside of France on the 1990s alt-rock scene, thanks to laudatory comments from Beck Hansen, or Sonic Youth among others.

<i>15 chansons davant le déluge, suite et fin</i> 1976 compilation album by Brigitte Fontaine and Jacques Higelin

15 chansons d'avant le déluge, suite et fin is a compilation by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine and French rock singer Jacques Higelin, released in 1976 on the Productions Jacques Canetti label.

<i>French corazon</i> 1988 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

French corazon is the eleventh album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 1988 on the EMI label. It was originally released in Japan only, but was finally released in France in 1990. It was also re-released under the title Le Nougat in 1999, after the most well-known song from the album, which was the closest Fontaine would ever have to a hit, and without the original title track.

<i>Les Palaces</i> 1997 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

Les Palaces is the thirteenth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 1997 on the Virgin Records label. The album was nominated at the Victoires de la musique for Artist of the Year, but lost to Zazie. The album features a collaboration with Alain Bashung, City, although Fontaine herself admits that the song is "a bit of a failure".

<i>Rue Saint Louis en lÎle</i> 2004 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

Rue Saint Louis en l'Île is the fifteenth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 2004 on the Virgin Records label. It features a new version of Le Nougat from her French corazon album with Mustapha and Hakim Amokrane of French band Zebda, as well as a duet with Areski Belkacem, Le Voile à l'école. There's also a cover of Édith Piaf, L'Homme à la moto, which was present before on an hommage album to the singer, in the words of Fontaine, "just to show off".

<i>Libido</i> (Brigitte Fontaine album) 2006 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

Libido is the sixteenth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 2006 on the Polydor label. It once again features a collaboration with -M- on the song Mister Mystère, which -M- also sang solo on his fourth album, to which it gave its title. Brigitte Fontaine, for the first time in more than thirty years, calls upon arranger Jean-Claude Vannier for some songs, Barbe à papa and Mendelssohn. The title of Château intérieur comes from a book by Teresa of Ávila, although Fontaine admitted she didn't read it.

<i>Prohibition</i> (album) 2009 studio album by Brigitte Fontaine

Prohibition is the seventeenth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 2009 on the Polydor label. The album features political content, as it is described by Fontaine as "a rebellious album", and the song Partir ou rester was written as a reaction to the 2007 French presidential election.

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Jean Trogneux

Jean Trogneux is a chocolatier based in Place Notre Dame, in the centre of Amiens, France and run by five generations of the Trogneux family. They are best known for their macarons, of which they manufacture two million every year. As well as seven outlets in Amiens, they have shops in other cities in Picardy and the north of France – Lille, Arras and Saint-Quentin.