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From Hugo manuel guerreiro roque    07.12.2006 18:32:55

Merci, Monsieur Dassin.

From LarryL    19.11.2006 07:23:00

I had to find this site! Trying to stay true to my roots "du nord", I listen to a french language program on Sundays. Someone asked to hear "Happy Birthday" by Joe Dassin. Of course I cried, and vowed to learn more of this Joe Dassin.
I remember "Soiree Canadien", and Levi Boulonge, Marcel Martel, et al.
Je me souviens! Merci

From Alessandro    18.11.2006 20:19:45

It`s excellent!!! My thanks:)

From Rodolfo    17.11.2006 06:07:11

I am from Argentina .I have 18 years and I discovered Joe by accident ,when i bought a LP of french music because it had a song of Gerard Lenorman.Joe IS great ,very romantic and his music is the best,now i want to go to france

From David    14.11.2006 21:41:10


From Julie    05.11.2006 22:57:57

Happy Birthday, dear Joe! You're always in our hearts, smiling

From myso 25.10.2006 19:44:47

whoa i got
Le costume blanc
Le Jardin du Luxembourg
on vinyl!

From Dianne    25.10.2006 08:10:24

I remember listening to Joe when I was a little girl. My grandmother would put on Joe's records and her and I would sing along while we cleaned the house and we'd sometimes even dance to Joe's angelic voice.
I grew up, married a man who only speaks English and our children only speak English. My whole world was English.
In May of this year I went to see a concert with my mom, (in French) of Joe's songs; this young man was singing a tribute to Joe. This brought back a flood of memories for me. I fell in love with Joe all over again. Now, all my children hear in the house whenever I play music is Joe. His beautiful voice, music, and I couldn't even tell you how many times I've been to this site. You guys have done marvelous work! My hat off to you. Joe would be proud. G'nite Joe, God bless you my friend.

From Barbara    18.08.2006 15:22:57

His songs make me cry, laugh, wonder about life and much reminds me childhood and good time with my parents.This music is incredible.
With his songs everything is possible to achieve and succeed in many things,have a hope and never give up.
I think he was a man, who knew how to live and appreciate the life. A man with the pure soul.


From April Smart - UK    14.08.2006 01:43:00

I discovered Joe Dassin by accident through the Internet, how I wish he was still with us. Thanks for all the terrific information on the site, it is a pleasure to read.

From Mister X    26.07.2006 00:12:20


In my opinion Joe Dassin is not a "traditional singer" like many others. He was a wonderful man with magical voice. I still remember The Indian Summer, one of the best songs wich I have ever heard. It makes me really emotional.
Joe Dassin has a short, but happy life. Now he is singing with angels. I hope that.

Best wishes,
a fan from Estonia.

From Solia    10.07.2006 20:15:41

While being surfing through the net i found your wonderful site. Just want to say thanks. solia flat iron

From Saul Gorovoy    03.07.2006 03:04:30

Joe Dassin....His name means so much to me...Words fail me.His voice, its special tone, its warmth, its unique charm have captured my heart since my early childhood,when I used to climb up my mum's armchair trying to reach that shelf crammed up with vynils,my small,akward fingers fumbling for his record...And every time the sound of his voice filled the room, I would forget all the troubles and worries, leaving all the fears,all my anxiety behind...Which is still so much true, up until now, 25 years later...Joe's voice reverberates through my heart, mind and soul,making all the negative emotions,all the fears and worries seem all of a sudden so insignificant, taking me on a journey back to my childhood...
Thank you for such a meticulous labor,perpetuating this great man's work!Saul,Israel

From Maj-Lis    15.06.2006 04:26:43

It was autumn 1971 I had come to Switzerland to work as an au pair. I'll never forget that saturday afternoon watching tv when I first saw and heard Joe. In a strange way he remineded me a little bit of Elvis. I went to the record shop on monday and bought my first record with him "le chemin de papa". After that I bought many more. He is a great artist and will live for ever more.
Love and hugs

From Guy and Uncle Denis 10.06.2006 07:23:48

I remember back in the early 70's when my Uncle Denis used to pick me up to take me to Grandma and Grandpa's, listening to Joe's "EIGHT track"!! in my Uncles car. I was 10 or 11 then and now at 44, I listen to Joe with my G/F Lizzie.
I hope Joe is still playimg in Heaven and someday I will meet you!
Guy Chamberlain (Rouyn. Noranda, PQ)

From Liz    19.04.2006 00:16:32

Hi All,

I love Joe. although I have only recently discovered him I am so into what he did and am so sorry that he died so young.

I lived through the 60s and actually never heard of him then, but there was a lot of stuff going on at the time in the UK. I think he is great and we should try to keep him going. Spread the word!

Great guy! Great songs!

Keep on Rockin' Joe!

From IRENE    11.04.2006 22:06:55

Thanks for such a detailed boigraphy of Joe Dassin.Your enourmous work is seen on this simple, but well-structured and captivating site.

From Slavko    07.04.2006 20:01:19

Znam tego człowika od mojego dzieciństwa.Mogę powiedzieć,że wychowałem się na jego piosenkach, ciepłych i romantycznych wyśpiewanych wspaniałym głosem. Bardzo brakuje mi nowych piosenek Joe Dassina od nieszczęsnego sierpnia 1980 roku. Joe I miss You...

From Dilkash Ahmed    04.04.2006 20:30:33

I listened to Joe Dassin and Michel Sardou when I was learning French in college. Those old cassettes have become obsolete a long time ago but thanks to the Internet, I am able to listen to some of memorable songs once again. I would be grateful if anyone can help me identify a somewhat bluesy song by Joe Dassin, about rural life in the Midi. The lyrics are about a pair of rabbits that multiply(!) and some tree that gets chopped, and a friend named Toni... All I can remember in French are some words from the lyrics that go.."mais il fait chaud dans notre Midi..."