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Minoritaire cover.jpeg
Studio album by Jean-Jacques Goldman
Released 1982
Recorded Studio Gang
Genre Pop rock
Label NEF
Producer Marc Lumbroso
Jean-Jacques Goldman chronology

Minoritaire was a 1982 album by Jean-Jacques Goldman, his second solo album sung in French. It was certified platinum in France in 1983, another in 1991 and another in 2001, for a total sales of 900,000 copies.[1]

It was recorded at the Studio Gang by Olivier do Espirito Santo and Jean-Pierre Janiaud. It was released by NEF and produced by Marc Lumbroso.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Au bout de mes rêves"
  2. "Comme toi"
  3. "Toutes mes chaines"
  4. "Jeanine Medicament Blues"
  5. "Veiller tard"
  6. "Quand la musique est bonne"
  7. "Je ne vous parlerai pas d'elle"
  8. "Être le premier"
  9. "Si tu m'emmènes"
  10. "Minoritaire"
  11. "Quand la bouteille est vide"


  • Guy Delacroix, bass
  • Christophe Deschamps and Marc Chantereau, percussion
  • Albane Alcalay, Guy Alcalay, Jean-Jacques Goldman, and Jean-Pierre Janiaud, vocals
  • Jean-Yves d'Angelo and Jean-Jacques Goldman, keyboards
  • Claude Engel and Jean-Jacques Goldman, acoustic guitar
  • Claude Engel, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Nono Krief (Jeanine Medicament Blues, Minoritaire) and Patrice Tison, electric guitar
  • "Jumpin" Ramon Roche, piano (Minoritaire)
  • Patrick Bourgoin and Philippe Delacroix-Herpin, saxophone
  • Georges Rodi, synthesizer
  • Patrick Mondon, violin (Comme toi)


  1. ^ "French album certifications – Goldman J-J." (in French). InfoDisc.  Select GOLDMAN J-J. and click OK