Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): PCC 2/622 A1 MR.
Reissue of classic Piaf recordings of the 1930s and ’40s. Collection Technical Notes. Master was dubbed from a phonograph record lent to the LLA by Mr. Dunn; JJT, rec. en. c. 1972. This collection has no playable audio.
dith Piaf, Mack David, Luis Guglielmi. SME (от лица компании "Ambition Entertainment"); UMPG Publishing, ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, SODRAC, Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (12). Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee (Reprise). Cafe Paris French Love Songs. Авторы текста и музыки. WMG, Redeye Distribution (от лица компании "Blue Lagoon"); ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, SODRAC, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, ADDAF, Peermusic, LatinAutor, União Brasileira de Compositores, UBEM" и другие авторские общества (12).
La Vie en rose" is the signature song of popular French singer Édith Piaf, written in 1945, popularized in 1946, and released as a single in 1947. The song became very popular in the US in 1950 with no fewer than seven different versions reaching the Billboard charts. These were by Tony Martin, Paul Weston, Bing Crosby (recorded June 22, 1950), Ralph Flanagan, Victor Young, and Louis Armstrong.
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One did not breathe without the other two. Born in Paris practically on the streets on December 19, 1915, she struggled from day one, the daughter of street performers. Piaf spent her youth entertaining passers-by, receiving little formal education in the process. She often accompanied her father's acrobat street act with her singing and at various times was forced to live with various relatives, in alleys or in cheap hotels.
Piaf inherited her voice from her mother who sang in cafés for a living. Early in life, Piaf was said to have suffered complications from meningitis, which left her blind for four years.
|A1||J'ai Dansé Avec L'amour (I Have Danced With Love)
Written-By – E. Piaf*, M. Monnot*
|A2||Le Chasseur de L'hotel (The Bellboy Of The Hotel)
Written-By – H. Bourtayrs*, H. Contet*
Written-By – R. Asso*, R. Cloerec*
|A4||Coup de Grisou (Firedamp Explosion)
Written-By – H. Contet*, Louiguy
|A5||Le Brun Et Le Blond (The Dark Haired One And The Blond)
Written-By – H. Contet*, M. Monot*
|A6||Un Monsieur Me Suit Dans la Rue (A Man Is Following Me In The Street)
Written-By – J. Besse*, P. Lechanois*
|B1||La Julie Jolie (The Pretty Julie)
Written-By – G. Coute*, L. Danderff*
|B2||C'est Un Monsieur Très Distingué (He Is A Very Distinguished Gentleman)
Written-By – E. Piaf*, Louiguy
|B3||Les Mômes de la Cloche (The Drifters)
Written-By – Decaye*, V. Scotto*
Written-By – J. Villard*, R. Asso*
|B5||Simple Comme Bonjour
Written-By – Louiguy, R. Carlès*
|B6||Jimmy C'est Lui (It's Jimmy)
Written-By – Kamko*, Walberg*
|P 70.371 L||Édith Piaf*||Chansons Oubliées (LP, Comp)||Philips||P 70.371 L||France||1966|
|6444.076||Edith Piaf||J'ai Dansé Avec L'amour (LP)||Fontana||6444.076||France||Unknown|
|PCC-622||Edith Piaf||But Not Forgotten (LP, Gat)||Philips||PCC-622||1966|