Chatelaine (born Joyce Pruneau, September 1953, in Shawinigan, Quebec) is a French Canadian singer.
Her first single "Corps à Corps" was released in 1977, on Amour Records. It was a French disco version of "A Far L'amore Comincia Tu", originally performed by Raffaella Carra. Her first full length album "Châtelaine" was released in 1978 on Amour Records. It featured the singles "Jack and Jill", "I wouldn't give you up" and "Je vis ma vie" (a duet with Goldie Alexander). In 1980, she released her second (and last) full length record, "Chatelaine", produced by famous disco producer Patrick Adams. It featured the singles "Classic" and "Take Me", as well as an electro-disco cover of Sly and the Family Stone's "Stand". A CD collection of her work, called "Corps à corps", was released by Disques Mérite in 2001.
“Reissued 1997 compilation. This is the sound of Italy. Forty tracks of the best Italian pop from the Sixties and Seventies are packed in this lively 2CD set which includes many of the legendary Italian artists such as Adriano Celentano, Umberto Tozzi, Raffaella Carra and Patty Pravo. Some of the most memorable highlights of their hugely popular output is featured on this sun drenched, fun packed collection of ballads, novelties, dance hits and the kind of sing along anthems that the Italians provided for our delight during the last decades of the 20th century.(Editorial review, Amazon.com)
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