1977 France Gall – Dancing Disco

Dancing Disco is a concept-album studio France Gall released in 1977. It sold more than 500,000 copies in France where he was ranked No. 1, it went platinum

Isabelle Geneviève Marie Anne Gall (9 October 1947 – 7 January 2018), better known by her stage name France Gall, was a French yé-yé singer. In 1965, aged 17, she won the Eurovision Song Contest. Between 1973 and 1992, she collaborated with singer-songwriter Michel Berger.


1  Dancing Disco (Michel Berger) 05:49
2  La Chanson De Maggie (Michel Berger) 03:05
3  Quand On Est Enfant (Michel Berger) 01:49
4  Le Meilleur De Soi-Meme (Michel Berger) 03:49
5  Une Nuit А Paris (Michel Berger) 02:12
6  Musique (Michel Berger) 05:25
7  Ce Garcon Qui Danse (Michel Berger) 04:05
8  Si Maman Si (Michel Berger) 02:56



BassChristian Padovan
BassPascal Arroyo
DrumsSimon Phillips
DrumsAndre Sitbon
DrumsAndre Tchecarelli
GuitarAlan Parker
GuitarDenys Lable
GuitarGerard Kawczynski
GuitarMarc Peru
PercussionRay Cooper
PercussionMarc Chantereau
Background VocalsJohanner Stone
Background VocalsMichel Costa
Background VocalsGeorges Costa
Background VocalsHeather Wheatman
Background VocalsYvonne Wheatman

Liner Notes

Producer – Michel Berger
Engineer – John Middleton
Engineer – Jean-Pierre Janiaud
Mixed By – Jean-Pierre Janiaud
Strings (Director) – Claude Germain

Artwork – Jean-Marie Assenat
Photography By – Tony Kent

Distributed By – WEA Filipacchi Music
Engineered At – Berwick Street Studios
Engineered At – Studio Gang
Pressed By – C.I.D.I.S. Louviers