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Patachou - El Corazón De Montmartre album

Patachou - El Corazón De Montmartre album Performer: Patachou
Title: El Corazón De Montmartre
Style: Chanson
Country: France
Size MP3: 1925 mb
Size FLAC: 1394 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: AA MP3 ADX VOC MOD MP4 MPC

Request an album send to friend. Un Soir À Montmartre (2010). Patachou - Un Soir À Montmartre.

In 1948, with her husband Jean Billon she took over a cabaret-restaurant in Montmartre, called Patachou. Their son Pierre Billon had some success as a singer in the 1970s and wrote J'ai oublié de vivre for Johnny Hallyday. Henriette Ragon (10 June 1918 – 30 April 2015), better known as Patachou, was a French singer and actress. She was an Officier of the Légion d'honneur.

album: Flair de Montmartre. René Lombardo, Battaini - A Montmartre. album: Akkordeon Hits. album: Colección Completa, Vol. 19. Monsieur Leblanc Et Le Chat - Gail. album: Montmartre Swingers. Patachou - Brave Margot. album: La chanteuse de Montmartre. Patachou - Va pas t'imaginer. Patachou - Le petit bal des souvenirs. Patachou - C'etait bien. Arno Behac, . eb - Montmartre. album: Black: Instrumental Project.

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Patachou, or to give her her real name, Henriette Ragon, was discovered by Maurice Chevalier when he lived on rue Ravignan in Montmartre. In 1948 she opened the Cabaret Patachou at 13 rue du Mont-Cenis; it became one of the places to be during the 1950s, with people coming to listen to the realistic songs of Patachou. Georges Brassens, Hugues Auffray, Jacques Brel, Michel Sardou and Charles Aznavour all made their debuts there.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 El Piano Del Pobre = Le Piano Du Pauvre
Written-By – Léo Ferré
A2 El Sábado Por La Tarde En París = Le Sam'di Soir A París
Written-By – H. Blaque, R. Lucchesi*
B1 Las Piernas Rosas = Les Jambes Roses
Written-By – Léo Ferré
B2 Porque = Parce Que
Written-By – Ch. Aznavour*, G. Wagenheim*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Departamento De Discos Philips
  • Printed By – Aro - Madrid

Credits

  • Backing Band – Michel Legrand Y Los Bastringuo's* (tracks: A2), Michel Legrand Y Su Conjunto* (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Orchestra – José Baselli Y Su Orquesta* (tracks: A2, B2)

Notes

Similar to El Corazón De Montmartre but with a different rear cover wich has no pictuires of records printed on it.

Tri-Centre
PHILIPS Minigroove 45
Fabricado en España

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Impuesto de lujo a metálico): Permiso 3611
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): AA 432007. 1E:
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): AA 432007. 2E:
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): 019 PEP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): 020 PEP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
432.007 NE Patachou 1 - Le Piano Du Pauvre ‎(7", EP) Philips 432.007 NE France 1954
432.007 PE Patachou Le Piano Du Pauvre ‎(7", EP) Philips 432.007 PE France Unknown
432.007 NE Patachou 1 - Le Piano Du Pauvre ‎(7", EP, min) Philips 432.007 NE France Unknown
432.007 NE Patachou 1 - Le Piano Du Pauvre ‎(7", EP) Philips 432.007 NE France Unknown
432 007 PE Patachou El Corazón De Montmartre ‎(7", EP, Tri) Philips 432 007 PE Spain Unknown