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La Vie En Rose 1935-1951

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Les Momes De La Cloche
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J'Suis Mordue
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Mon Legionnaire
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Jen'En Connais Pas La Fin
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Embrasse-Moi
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L'Accordeoniste
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C'Est Toujours La Meme Histoire
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C'Est Merveilleux
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J'M'En Fous Pas Mal
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La Vie En Rose
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Les Amants De Paris
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L'Orgue Des Amoureux
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Hymne A L'Amour
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Rien De Rien
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Plus Bleu Que Tes Yeux
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Padam, Padam
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 54:29

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Elisabeth Vincentelli has written for publications as diverse as Entertainment Weekly and the Wire. She is the author of the books Abba Gold and Abba Treasures,...more »

05.05.08
Edith Piaf, La Vie En Rose 1935-1951
Label: Sunnyside Records

I am French but for many, many years, I just couldn't get into Edith Piaf. It's not that I cringed at the somewhat clichéd France she represented — the omnipresent accordion and waltz rhythm conjuring images of baguettes and cigarettes hanging from pursed lips, a glass of red wine on a café counter. I actually love this France, the way an American may have an instinctive affinity with gum-snapping waitresses in corny diners. It was… read more »

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La Vie en Rose

kagikaze

Downloaded this album after seeing the movie. It makes me want to smoke cigarettes. In a good way.

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