The young Maxime Le Forestier fate in 1972 his first album which includes legendary titles as "San Francisco", "My Brother" or "Parachute". It is in flow over a million copies and became the soundtrack of a generation worship. Follow years spent writing for others, various tributes to Brassens and in the late 80's fabulous "Born Somewhere" and "Ambalaba."
In spring 2013 seems the fifteenth installment of the singer. Nicely titled "Gift", it is the jewel of ten titles subtly arranged by Patrice Renson to whom we owe the fine tuning of "Stay lovers." The gift is especially one that made him such artists as Julien Clerc, Manu Galvin, Sebastian Quezada, Peter Grosz, Claude Lemesle or Jacques Weber who wrote beautiful music and highly evocative and poetic texts. Camille is also the company by lending his voice to some choirs.
And gift, it is also the fact that Maxime Le Forestier his audience by bringing together so his friends always around the production of a sensitive and moving disk, disturbing sincerity.