Among the brightest France pop stars from the 1980s, Jean-Jacques Goldman debuted because the frontman for Tai Phong, but afterwards continued his own and recorded the country’s most widely used record of 1986, Non Homologué. Blessed in Paris in 1951, the kid of Jewish immigrants from Poland and Germany, Goldman discovered piano and violin as a kid, then uncovered pop music — particularly, Aretha Franklin — at age seventeen. He went to college through the early ’70s and spent amount of time in the French Surroundings Force aswell. In 1975, he replied an advert from two Vietnamese brothers, Khanh Might and Tai Sinh, to try out within the group Tai Phong (Vietnamese for “high blowing wind”). The music group released many albums through the past due ’70s, but Goldman still left the music group by the next decade. After many years of failing, he finally discovered success using the 1986 one “Je te Donne,” from his record Non Homologué. The LP marketed more than a million copies in his indigenous France, and was accompanied by the better still offering Entre Gris Clair et Gris Foncé twelve months afterwards. He continued to market well in to the early ’90s, and also made several UNITED STATES appearances following discharge of his 1994 record Traces.