|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Star Ou Rien||2||Audio||1973||Disques Vogue|
|2||Et Gary Cooper S'Éloigna Dans Le Désert...||9||Audio||1975||Les Disques Motors|
|3||Heureusement En France, On Ne Se Drogue Pas...||9||Audio||1976||Les Disques Motors|
|4||Parfum De Nuit...||9||Audio||1986||Azk|
|6||55-60 (Dès Que Vient Le Samedi Soir)||4||Audio||1973||Disques Vogue|
|8||Tu Le Sais (Every Day)||4||Audio||1964-02-00||Decca|
|9||Je N'ai Plus Envie Sans Toi||2||Audio||1972||United Artists Records|
|10||Tu Peux Pas Savoir / Mon Père||5||Audio||1964||Decca|
|11||Pauv' Pomme / Incursion A Ma Nuit||2||Audio||1971||Les Disques Motors|
|13||Et Gary Cooper S'Éloigna Dans Le Désert...||9||Audio||2006||Cover Ad|
|14||Paris Sous La Pluie||4||Audio||1964||Decca|
|15||Pour Mon Anniversaire||4||Audio||1964||Decca|
Alain Kan is a French singer born in Paris the September 14, 1944 and disappeared on April 14, 1990, as he was seen for the very last time inside the Parisian metro station Rue rue de la Pompe.
His career started in the middle of the 1960's until the 1980's.
Its course was rather atypical, owing to the fact that his release were initially commercial or without wide artistic interest but then became gradually very original and creative, all while being marginalized. He was a precursor singer for not disclosing his homosexuality.