For Didier Barbelivien containment will have been a period conducive to the big decisions. Embarrassed since a few months by a polyp in the vocal cords, which prevented him from giving the fullest measure of her voice, he decided to follow the sage advice of his doctors who advised him to get it removed. It should be operated on in the next few months.read also : Didier Barbelivien : "I was biberonné to Hi Friends and Rimbaud"
In the meantime to be able to find its public, a maker of songs prolific - he has written, or call for Gilbert Montagné, Johnny Hallyday, Christophe, Enrico Macias, Patricia Kaas..., - carries out its feather, coronavirus requires, is, over time, become more corrosive.
Because no one, indeed, has not forgotten the pamphlet written in full containment, entitled The tirade to the incompetent, inspired very freely of the verses of Victor Hugo in Ruy Blas, in which he criticized openly the management of the health crisis by the government.read also : Inspired by Victor Hugo, Didier Barbelivien written a pamphlet against the government
This joke was coming spontaneously in this "social animal", as he likes himself to be named, watching with his daughters delusions of grandeur by Gérard Oury, adapted precisely to the work hugolienne.
In this great comedy, led by the rhythm of the music of Michel Polnareff, the great Louis de Funès, perfect in the skin of the minister as bland as its shady, Don Salluste was amused to chip away at the great of Spain and king Charles II in person. In reviewing the film with his offspring, the parallel with the current situation jumped to the eyes of Didier Barbelivien who as soon as wrote: "Good appetite, messieurs, o ministers of integrity/ Which confine the France as it is the vinegar..."
today, his wrath died down, and while waiting to regain its loyal fans in a concert at the Pleyel or at the end of the year or the beginning of 2021, Didier Barbelivien has taken his pen and his guitar. Optimistic again, He believes hard as iron that The coming summer will be as hot as the tube that he had written for Éric Charden in 1979.
The summer will be hot by Eric Charden, lyrics by Didier BarbelivienUpdated Date: 15 June 2020, 11:47