Roch Voisine - Helene FLAC album
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Joseph Armand Roch Voisine, OC ONB (born 26 March 1963) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, actor, and radio and television host who lives in Montreal, Quebec and Paris, France. He writes and performs material in both English and French. He won the Juno Award for Male Vocalist of the Year in 1994. Born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada, he grew up in Saint-Basile, New Brunswick and later moved to Notre-Dame-du-Lac when he was 12.
Redirected from Hélène (Roch Voisine album)). Hélène is a 1989 album by Canadian singer Roch Voisine. The title track "Hélène" is his best sold single ever, reaching number one for nine weeks on the French Singles Chart. Other successful singles from the album include "Pourtant" ( and "Avant de partir" ( released in 1990 summer. Two songs were both written and composed by the singer himself. Marc Voisine, his brother, participated in the writing of the last track.
Roch Voisine (also known as On the Outside as per the first track on the album) is a 1990 album by Canadian singer Roch Voisine. It has the same content as the English tracks of his bilingual French, English double album entitled Double released the same year. It provided two singles in France, which achieved moderate success in comparison with the singer's previous singles : "On the Outside" ( and "Waiting" (.
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Hélène (Édition Europeenne) (CD, Album). Les Disques Star Records Inc. STR-ECD-8014.
Hélène is a 1989 album by Canadian singer Roch Voisine. The recording and mixing were made at the Victor studio, except for the song "Hélène" (at Intercession studio). In 1991, the album achieved Diamond status for over one million copies sold. In Norway, the album entered the albums chart on February 1990 and stayed for six weeks in the top 20, with a peak at number nine. Hélène" (Voisine, Lessard, Voisine) - 3:42.
On his third album, Hélène, balladeer Roch Voisine strikes a delicate balance. The heartfelt title track finds him singing in disarmingly down-to-earth fashion, in French and English, over electric and acoustic guitar. He pleads to a leaving lover on "Avant De Partir," never over-singing as he lays it all on the line against a gently bopping backdrop
Released November 1989.