Bob Regan - The French Song FLAC album
An absolute classic from this great duo also known as THE CANADIAN SWEETHEARTS. Lucille is best known for her massive hit THE FRENCH SONG.
Lucille Starr (born May 13, 1938) is a Canadian Franco-Manitoban, British Columbian singer, songwriter, and yodeler best known for her 1964 hit single, "Quand Le Soleil Dit Bonjour Aux Montagnes" ("The French Song"). Starr was born Lucille Marie Raymonde Savoie in Saint Boniface, Manitoba. She was raised in Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam's Francophone community of Maillardville, British Columbia, where she learned to play guitar, bass and mandolin.
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So, the first song is not necessarily better than song 58. Not all the singers are French, but the music is nonetheless in French and recognized by Francophones. Most of the music has been played on French radio, on French television, or in French clubs/bars. The black male did the rap. The song is about racism/colour difference not existing or so. I remember a phrase from it La moi difference ne pas.
Desire (released January 5, 1976) - Bob Dylan - Album Cover Photo Location - Plymouth Memorial Park, Plymouth, Massachusetts - October 31, 1975. Photo by Ken Regan, official photographer of the Rolling Thunder Revue tour. Desire, Dylan's 17th studio album, came between Blood on the Tracks (January, 1975) and Street Legal (June, 1978). of the murder case against boxer Rubin Carter, whom the song asserts was framed. Carter was later released. Other songs on the album include "Isis," "One More Cup of Coffee," "Mozambique," "Oh, Sister," "Romance in Durango," Black Diamond Bay," and "Sara. The album cover can be seen below. In the picture, Dylan is wearing a light gray hat adorned with flowers, a black scarf with large tan spots on it, and a red, white, black, and orange Navajo-type coat.
Bob Dylan in his Greenwich Village apartment just a few months before he would release his self-titled debut album. Ted Russell/Polaris) /// Bob Dylan. Instead, the title track on his 1967 album was a taut parable about outlaw morality. The song had been a blues and country standard, under various titles for decades, recorded by Blind Lemon Jefferson, Chet Atkins, Big Joe Turner and teen crooner Ray Peterson, among others, usually as a fun dance tune. Dylan does it as a somber, pastoral ballad, adding an allusion to Robert Johnson's "Stones in My Passway" that deepens his sense of lovelorn depletion.
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Bob Regan (vcl duet). Born Lucille Marie Raymonde Savoie in S. oniface,Manitoba,CANADA 13 May1938. Lucille & Bob were the "Canadian Sweethearts" from 1956 to 1977. Lucille was the First Canadian Female to earn a Gold Record in 1964 for "The French Song". I Love Lucille and Bob,,great memories of watching them at The Flame in Mpls Mn when I was just little. Her rendition of this song is outstanding.