Yves Montand Avec Bob Castella Et Son Orchestre - Micro-Récital 58 (N°7) mp3 album
リーズ: Micro-Récital 58 – 7. フォーマット: Vinyl, 7", EP, 45 RPM.
Micro-Recital 58 (. ) - E. Bob Castella et son orchestre) - EP. 1955. Meanwhile, Philips issued Yves Montand Recital Paris, 1963 in the . in 1963, and Columbia had Yves Montand, Paris in 1964, but thereafter his American record releases were fe. The first of those comebacks consisted of 33 shows performed in Paris in the fall of 1968, after which Montand formally announced his retirement from concertizing.
Recital Au Theatre de L'Etoile. Introduction Orchestre: After You've Gone. 2. La Ballade de Paris. Henri Crolla, Francis Lemarque. 3. Premiers Pas (Les P'tits Gars, Les P'tits Filles du Dimanche). 5. Une Demoiselle Sur une Balançoire.
Accompanied By – Bob Castella Et Son Orchestre Photography By – Luc Fournol, Jours De France. Philips Minigroove 45 Extracted From The Complete Recording Made At Thèatre De L'Étoile.
On May 7, 1948, Yves Montand recorded the song with Bob Castella and his Orchestra On March 30, 1950, Jean Sablon recorded the French version of the song in London with Woolf Phillips and his Orchestra. In 1962, Dean Martin recorded the song in English with the musical arrangements of Neal Hefti for his album French Style where he sings several popular French songs. In 1966, Barbra Streisand recorded the song in English with the musical arrangements of Michel Legrand (son of Raymond Legrand) for her album Color Me Barbra which is promoted in a color TV show on CBS on 30 March 1966. In 1976, Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band recorded the song (entitled "Se Si Bon") as a medley with "Cherchez La Femme," becoming an international Top 40 pop and Adult Contemporary hit.
Les berceaux - Bob Castella Et Son Orchestre. 27. Le télégramme - Bob Castella Et Son Orchestre. Yves Montand - Les feuilles mortes. Yves Montand With Hubert Rostaing and His Orchestra. Listen to 50 titres d'Yves Montand (Mono Version) now. Listen to 50 titres d'Yves Montand (Mono Version) in full in the this site app.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Les Grands Boulevards
Written-By – Jacques Plante, Norbert Glanzberg
|A2||Battling - Joe
Written-By – Jean Guigo, Loulou Gasté*
|B||Un Garçon Dansait
Written-By – Georges Liferman, Jacques Mareuil
- Printed By – Imprimerie F. Richir
- Recorded At – Théâtre De L'Étoile
- Orchestra – Bob Castella Et Son Orchestre
- Photography By – Serge Berton
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AA 432.374 1E
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AA 432.374 2E
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped side A): AA 432.374 1E 380 Made in France
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped side B): AA 432.374 2E 380 Made in France
- Rights Society: BIEM