Saturday, October 25, 2008

 

Does Lucille Starr sing in French ?

Tonight is the party in Willebroek. Just heard one of the ladies can't be the star of the evening.... So I have to honour her request over here...

Lucille Starr - The French Song _1965
01-The French Song
02-Dominique
03-In A Little Spanish Town
04-Colinda
05-Crazy Arms
06-Sukiyaki
07-Wooden Heart
08-Release Me
09-Jolie Jacqueline
10-Yours
11-My Happiness
12-Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
13-Freight train
14-I'm Leaving It All Up To You

If you wanna listen for yourself if Lucille does you have to check the comments.

Comments:
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Link :
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Yes, of course, she sings in French. She was a Canadian : a bilingual country ! French Song was a little hit in the USA, but a monster hit in Quebec. My family used to have that 45 in the mid sixties and the title on the label was not French Song, but Quand le soleil dit bonjour aux montagnes.
 
Mario,
Quand le soleil (aka The French song) was the first song I heard of her. Liked those French words and her pure voice..
Only later on I learned how popular she already was in Canada and recorded country music with her husband.
 
I will add an interesting note, about her cover of Sukiyaki. The French part of this song is the same as the French cover did in Quebec by singer Claude Valade, in 1963.
 
Hi Jean.
I think there are 3 tracks missing. On the frontcover are 12 names and 5 bonus tracks are added, makes 17.
I found the back cover and the missing songs are:
Gone, My man and La vie en rose.
2 and 3 are even mentioned on the frontcover.

JanV
 
It was on purpose JanV, I don't wanna post complete albums.
JD
 
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