70年代中后期的DISCO是在当时最盛行的潮流, 而且也是Patrick Juvet歌唱事业最顶峰的时期, 但此前他顶多只是一位国内的，最多是西欧国家圈内小有名气的一位歌星，正是这首歌曲以及后来的一首《我爱美国！》这两首歌让他的名声大振。 Patrick Juvet (born August 21, 1950, in Montreux, Switzerland) is a former model turned singer-songwriter, who's had a string of hit records in France. While his early career was focused on making pop records, he found international success as a disco music performer in the latter half of the 1970s.In Saint-Tropez he met French music producer Eddie Barclay, who allowed him to record a first single in 1971. He wrote Le Lundi au soleil sung by Claude François.He represented Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest 1973 with "Je vais me marier, Marie," before charting in the U.S. / UK with the disco tracks, "Où sont les femmes?" and "I Love America." During his recording career in the 1970s, Juvet collaborated with French composer and musician Jean-Michel Jarre and noted disco producers Jacques Morali and Henri Belolo, who also produced Village People and The Ritchie Family, among other acts.The aforementioned "Où sont les femmes?" was adapted and translated into English as "Where Is My Woman", which was a part of Juvet's English-language debut on Casablanca Records in the U.S. Victor Willis, ex-Village People lead vocalist, was a lyrical contributor to the project.His soundtrack score to David Hamilton's art house film Laura featured disco musician notables such as Marc Chantereau and Slim Pezin of Voyage and Space session bassist Jannick Top. Although the music from Laura was never released on compact disc and was never released in the United States, it nonetheless sold 650,000 copies, an extraordinary result for any movie sound-track. Parts of the music were written and produced by New Zealander Brian Southcombe (now deceased) who was once married to Charlotte Rampling. She left him to move in with Jean-Michel Jarre, thus completing the triangle. Southcombe, David Hamilton and another New Zealander Glenn Holland (Hamilton's business manager) were at one time actively trying to set up a sequel movie to Laura and would have approached Juvet for more beautiful music. Pictures from Laura and much other Hamilton art can be seen at his [] web site.With the decline of disco in the early 1980s, Juvet returned to the French music scene in 1982 with the album, Rêves immoraux. While selling respectably, the album failed to match Juvet's earlier commercial success. A time of financial and personal decline followed, with Juvet suffering periods of depression and alcoholism and relocating from Mainland Europe to London to Los Angeles and, finally, in the latter half of the 1980s, back to SwitzerlandJuvet returned to Paris in 1991 and to his roots as a singer-songwriter with the album, Solitudes. The disc featured more personal, emotional songs with Juvet being accompanied by noted French-language performers, such as Françoise Hardy, Luc Plamondon, and Marc Lavoine.