Maxime Le Forestier

Alain Souchon Georges Brassens Hugues Aufray Jean Ferrat Julien Clerc

Maxime Le Forestier (born February 10, 1949 as Bruno Le Forestier) is a French folk singer-songwriter, as well as an accomplished guitarist. He was born in Paris to an English father and a French mother who had lived in England. He had two older sisters, Anne and Catherine. His musical training started on the violin. He attended the Lycée Condorcet, where he studied literature. In 1965, Le Forestier formed a duo (Cat et Maxime) with his sister Catherine. Read more on Last.fm

Maxime Le Forestier
Le Cadeau
Album (2013)
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Restons amants
Album (2008)
Maxime Le Forestier
L'écho des étoiles
Album (2000)
Maxime Le Forestier
Les jours meilleurs
Album (1998)
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12 nouvelles de Brassens (petits bonheurs posthumes)
Album (1996)
Maxime Le Forestier
Passer ma route
Album (1994)
Maxime Le Forestier
Sagesse du fou
Album (1991)
Maxime Le Forestier
Né quelque part
Album (1988)
Maxime Le Forestier
After Shave
Album (1986)
Maxime Le Forestier
Dans ces histoires
Album (1981)
Maxime Le Forestier
Les Rendez-vous manqués
Album (1980)
Maxime Le Forestier
Maxime Le Forestier chante Brassens
Album (1979)
Maxime Le Forestier
Maxime le Forestier N° 5
Album (1978)
Maxime Le Forestier
Hymne à sept temps
Album (1976)
Maxime Le Forestier
Saltimbanque
Album (1975)
Maxime Le Forestier
Le Steak
Album (1973)
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Maxime Le Forestier
Album (1972)