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Michel Pagliaro (born November 9, 1948, Montreal, Canada), often credited as simply Pagliaro, is a rock singer, songwriter and guitarist from Quebec. Although he writes and records predominantly in French, he has released material in English and was the first Canadian artist to score Top 40 hits on both the anglophone and francophone pop charts in Canada. On May 3, 2008, the Governor General of Canada presented him with the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards (GGPAA), a lifetime achievement award considered Canada's "most prestigious artistic honour". [1]

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Discography

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Singles

all in French, unless marked **

  • "Comme d'habitude" (1966)
  • "Avec la tête" (1966)
  • "Le p'tit poppy" w/ Second Helping (1966)
  • "J'ai marché pour une nation" (1969)
  • "M'Lady" (1969)
  • "Give Us One More Chance" (1970)**
  • "We're Dancin'g 'Til It Blows Over" / "I Wanna Turn You On" w/ Second Helping (1970)
  • "Lovin' You Ain't Easy" (1971)** - UK #31[2 ]
  • "Rainshowers" (1972)**
  • "Some Sing, Some Dance" (1972)**
  • "J'entends frapper" (1972)
  • "Run Along Baby" (1973)**
  • "Sure, Maybe" (1974)**
  • "Çà va brasser" (1974)
  • "What The Hell I Got" / "Get Down" (1975)**
  • "I Don't Believe It's You" (1976)**
  • "Dock Of The Bay" (1977)
  • "Le temps presse" (1977)
  • "Last Night" (1977)
  • "Le soleil pour des lunes" / "Travailler" (1981)
  • "Bamboo" / "Romantique" (1981)
  • "L'espion" (1988)
  • "Coup de coeur" w/ Les Chancelliers (1988)

Albums

Note that although several of his albums share the same title, titles listed here are not reissues.

  • Michel Pagliaro (1968)
  • Pagliaro (1970)
  • Première époque (1970)
  • Michel Pagliaro (1970)
  • Rock 'n roll (1970)
  • Pagliaro (1971)
  • M'Lady (1972)
  • PAG (1972)
  • Pagliaro Live (1973)
  • 21 disques d'or (1974)
  • Rockers (1974)
  • Pagliaro (1974)
  • 17 grands succès (1975)
  • Pagliaro I (1975)
  • Pagliaro (1975)
  • Aujourd'hui (1976)
  • Time Race (1977)
  • Rock 'n roll (1978)
  • Bamboo (1981)
  • ROCK avec PAG (1982)
  • Avant (1987)
  • Sous peine d'amour (1988)
  • Hit Parade (1995)
  • Goodbye Rain (1997)
  • PAG (2000)
  • Live à Québec (2005) -- DVD

References

  1. ^ Eugene Levy gets Governor General's lifetime achievement award - Yahoo! Canada News
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 415. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  

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Preceded by
The Guess Who
Grey Cup Halftime Show
2001
with Sass Jordan
Succeeded by
Shania Twain

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