Peter and Sloane
|Peter and Sloane|
Peter and Sloane was a 1980s French musical group. This duet was composed of Jean-Pierre Savelli (Peter) and Chantal Richard (Merry Sloane). Their greatest hit was the song, "Besoin de rien, envie de toi", which was number 1 for nine weeks in 1984 in France.
Jean-Pierre Savelli sung the opening titles to several French versions of Japanese TV series, such as X-Or (Space Cop Gabin) and Albator, le Corsaire de l'Espace, the French version of the anime classic Captain Harlock. Chantal Richard was formerly Savalli's vocalist.
In 1987, the duet split after the failure of their third single. Sloane then began a solo career in Quebec, then in France and released the album Exquise. Peter founded a production company and composed several songs for the French singer Indra.
In 1998, the duet released a Best of.
- "Besoin de rien, envie de toi", French Singles Chart Lescharts.com . Retrieved February 20, 2008.
- Article on Savelli's career, including the Japanese cartoon songs he sang.
- Elia Habib (2002). Muz hit .tubes: tubes, numéros 1, disques d'or, charts, 1984-2002. Alinéa bis éditions. pp. 21–22. ISBN 978-2-9518832-0-8.