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Title:La Vie Parisienne: French Chansons From the 1930s & 40s Edith Piaf, Reinhardt & Grappelli

Subscribe for the best vintage music Best Vintage Travel Songs For Any Journey Vintage Big Bands Playlist: 1930s & 40s Big Band Orchestras. Toe-tapping music to 'cut a rug' on the dance floor - Dreamy Vintage Love Songs Playlist: La vie Parisienne Playlist - Featuring the greatest French stars of the 1930s & 40s: Vintage Cafe Music to Listen to at Home: The Past Perfect Channel expertly remasters music from the 1920s, #1930s, 40s and 50s. #FrenchMusic, #Chansons, Retro Music, Saxophone Music, Italian Music, Jazz Music, Swing Band Music, Morning Music, Piano and Guitar Music, Music while Cooking, Christmas Music, Background Music, Holiday Music, Big Bands, Dance Bands, Love Songs, Tea Dances, Vintage Parties, Murder Mystery Events, Ballroom Dancing, War Re-enactment Events, Nostalgic Songs. Master Rights Copyright: Past Perfect Limited Buy CD on Amazon: Download CD from CDBaby: ♫ Buy CD or MP3 album on the Past Perfect Music Store: Various Artists - La vie Parisienne. Released 2006-05-29 on Past Perfect 1. 00:00:00 Edith Piaf La Vie En Rose 2. 00:03:12 Charles Trenet Boum! 3. 00:05:49 Yves Montand Clopin-Clopant 4. 00:09:10 Josephine Baker Si J'etais Blanche 5. 00:11:57 Jean Sablon Rendez-Vous Sous La Pluie 6. 00:14:37 Maurice Chevalier Toi Et Moi 7. 00:17:36 QHCF Ultrafox 8. 00:20:59 Edith Piaf Monsieur Lenoble 9. 00:24:29 Tino Rossi J'attendrai 10. 00:27:27 Jean Sablon La Derniere Bergere 11. 00:30:33 Georges Ulmer Pigalle 12. 00:33:34 Yves Montand Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves) 13. 00:37:05 Charles Trenet Les Retours Des Saisons 14. 00:40:19 Edith Piaf Les Amants De Paris 15. 00:43:35 Jean Sablon Un Baiser 16. 00:46:59 Tino Rossi Poème 17. 00:50:10 Charles Trenet Vous Etes Jolie 18. 00:52:30 Lucienne Boyer Parlez-Moi D'amour 19. 00:55:33 Reinhardt & Grappelli My Sweet 20. 00:58:34 Charles Trenet La Mer 21. 01:01:50 Yves Montand C'est Si Bon © Past Perfect Limited ℗ Past Perfect Limited The EC and the Channel Tunnel notwithstanding, the twenty-first century finds France and Britain still viewing each other suspiciously across the same twenty-five mile ditch, their centuries-old legacy of political rivalry and mutual opprobrium more or less intact. It does not help that the English insist on addressing their Gallic neighbours in GCSE French – a language unknown in France – and that the French themselves remain doggedly monoglot. However, one curious side-effect of this long-standing trans-Channel information gap is that each side secretly suspects the other of having a superior grasp of the universe, indeed of probably having a better time generally. Does this mean that much of the mystique surrounding the great French vocalists and French chansons – merely their word for ‘songs’ after all – is the result of wilful Anglo-Saxon self-delusion? The probable answer is yes, given that most of our parents and grandparents would have had few clues as to whether Edith Piaf (known as the Little Sparrow), Jean Sablon and Charles Trenet were singing about a lost love or a light lunch. However, this in itself is a sort of tribute to a generation of French singers whose talents were compelling enough to bridge the linguistic divide between them and their foreign audience. Delightful music for cafes, or coffee shops - imagine yourself back in time in Paris with relaxing chansons floating through the air.


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