Synonyms for rêver or Related words with rêver

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Examples of "rêver"
These are the formats and track listings of single releases of "Rêver":
Coup de tête is a 1994 French language album by Canadian singer Roch Voisine. It includes the hit singles "Laisse-la rêver" and "Jean Johnny Jean".
French pop singer Tal covered this song for her debut album "Le droit de rêver" in the deluxe edition released in 2012.
Belkhodja has collaborated on a number of television programmes, such as Moi-je, Sexy folies, Mosaïque, Envoyé Spécial, Des racines et des ailes, Faut pas rêver, Océaniques.
With the album "Rêver mieux" (certified Platinum) released in October 2001, Bélanger employed electro sounds with playful inspiration and wowed his fans. "Rêver mieux" was showered with tributes (seven ADISQ awards in 2002, including Pop-Rock Album of the Year, and the following year, the ADISQ award for Videoclip of the Year for "Dans un Spoutnik", the Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year, and various other distinctions).
In this song, Farmer says she "hopes for a better world, and confesses that she was perhaps misled glorifying misery. However, (...) [for her], that hope is just an inaccessible dream". "Rêver" ends in a different way from other Farmer's songs: not with the chorus, but with the phrase ""J'ai rêvé qu'on pouvait s'aimer / J'avais rêvé du mot aimer"". French author Erwan Chuberre says "Rêver" is probably one of the most moving songs of Farmer's directory.
The recording featuring L'Algérino originally appeared as a bonus track the Tal album "Le droit de rêver" and has been enjoying great popularity after the separate music video released.
Rêver mieux is the third studio album by Québécois singer and musician Daniel Bélanger. Freeworm has collaborated on it. It was certified Platinum in January 2002 for selling more than 100,000 copies.
Another remix, named 'UK remix', has been done about a year later, on "Rêver"'s CD maxi, by Richard Dekkard. As for the 'JXL remix', it was produced by the Dutch musician Junkie XL and features on the compilation "RemixeS".
The album "Le droit de rêver" also contains a second very popular version of the same song in collaboration with the French-Algerian artist L'Algérino with added rap lyrics performed by L'Algérino.
"L'Échec du matériel", in stores April 2007, is an album just as poetic and melodious as "Rêver mieux", but more rooted in the concerns and aspirations of his contemporaries.
In 1965, Raymond Berthiaume recorded the song with Roger Gravel and his Orchestra for the album "L'inoubliable". In 1958, he recorded "C'est si bon" with his instrumental group "Les 3 Bars" for the album "Rêver".
The most notable cover was recorded with a video in 2002 by Les Enfoirés for the album "2002: Tous dans le même bateau" (track 17, 4:45). Among the artists who perform "Rêver", there are Francis Cabrel, Pascal Obispo, Marc Lavoine, Patrick Bruel, Muriel Robin and Maurane. In this version, Alizée sings alone the first verses.
Tracks 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 from "Les Insomniaques s'amusent"Tracks 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 from "Quatre saisons dans le désordre"Tracks 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 from "Rêver mieux"Tracks 16, 17, 18 and 19 from "L'Échec du matériel"
For Ever Mozart is a 1996 feature film directed, written and edited by Jean-Luc Godard. The film's title is a bilingual pun intentionally meant to sound like "Faut rêver Mozart" ("Dream Mozart, dream" in French). The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Le droit de rêver is the debut album by French singer-songwriter Tal released by Warner Music France. The album debuted at #7 in the SNEP official French Albums Chart before eventually peaking at #5 and reached #24 in the Belgian French Wallonia Album Charts.
"La liberté pour Rêver" and "La liberté pour parler" are essays written in French by French Nobel laureate J. M. G. Le Clézio and translated into English as "Freedom to Dream" and "Freedom to Speak" and published by World Literature Today .
Initially, only four singles from the studio album "Anamorphosée" were scheduled. However, because of the fall of Farmer during a concert in Lyon on 15 June 1996, the song "Rêver" was chosen as the fifth single in order to make the fans wait, since the release of the live album would be deferred.
After two years of collaboration with songwriter and producer L'Aura Marciano, Tal released her debut album "Le droit de rêver" with pop melodies, urban rhythm and at times classical arrangements. Collaborations included Sean Paul in "Waya Waya" mixed by Veronica Ferraro, L'Algérino in a remake "Le sens de la vie" and John Hanes as sound engineer.
A version featuring L'Algérino with the latter rapping and singing his encouraging remarks towards Tal as an aspiring artist has also become popular and became a separate single in its own right. The version originally appeared as bonus track on the album "Le droit de rêver". The version charted in December 2012 in France months after the solo single by Tal. The version reached number 96 in the SNEP French Singles Chart.