Jean-Louis Aubert

born on 12/4/1955 in Nantua, Rhône-Alpes, France

Jean-Louis Aubert

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Jean-Louis Aubert (born 12 April 1955 in Nantua, Ain) is a French guitarist, singer and songwriter. He has also composed music for the cinema and for television, including the soundtrack for the film I've Loved You So Long, starring Kristin Scott Thomas (2007).

In 1976, he co-founded the rock band Téléphone. After their split, he recorded a single album Platre et Ciment with Téléphone's drummer Richard Kolinka as Aubert'n'Ko (1987), and in 1989 released his first solo album, Bleu Blanc Vert.

Solo discography

Discography

Studio Albums

  • Plâtre et ciment! (1987, Virgin)
  • Bleu blanc vert (1989, Virgin)
  • H (1992, Virgin)
  • Stockholm (1997, Virgin)
  • Comme un accord (2001, Virgin)
  • Idéal standard (2005, Virgin)
  • Premières prises (2009, Virgin)
  • Roc-éclair (2012, EMI)

Live Albums

  • Une Page De Tournée / Deux Pages De Tournée (1994, Virgin)
  • Concert Privé M6 (1998, Virgin)
  • Idéal Tour (2006, Virgin)
  • Live vivant (2012, EMI France)

Live DVD

  • Comme On A Fait (2003, Virgin)
  • Idéal Tour (2006, Virgin)
  • Un Tour Sur Moi-Même, Avec Vous (2008, Virgin)

Compilation

  • Comme On A Dit (2003, Virgin) 1986-2003

Box Set

  • Long Box (2002, 3 CDs, Virgin) 1986-2001

Filmography

As composer

  • One for the road (French title Le dernier pour la route), 2009[1]
  • I've Loved You So Long (French title Il ya longtemps que je t'aime), 2007[2]
  • Pour faire un bon voyage, prenons le train (short), 1973[3]

References

  1. Official site of the film One for the road
  2. International Movie Database on the film I've Loved You So Long
  3. International Movie Database on Jean-Louis Aubert

External links

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