Music San Francisco Maxime Le Forestier (morceau - 1972)

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San Francisco was released in 1972 on Maxime Le Forestier’s first solo studio album, entitled Mon frère. It sold more than a million copies and was ranked second by the Syndicat national de l’édition phonographique in 1972.

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    Titles such as Parachutiste and Mon frère are part of the singer’s essential repertoire. A live version of San Francisco was released in 1989 and was very popular with the public.

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