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8 thoughts on “ La Mer - Bois-Joli - Les Hits (CD, MP3)

  1. It seems somebody just converted CD source to SACD and if any remastering has been done, it was a simple Dolby B noise removal. I would not recommend this SACD to anyone, better buy CDs. Some songs are exceptions though - the recording quality is better, but my favorite "La Mer" sounds worse than on CD/5(12).
  2. Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this album plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Buy MP3 Album $ Add to MP3 Cart Album in MP3 cart View MP3 Cart More options. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. De Nogent jusqu'à la mer.
  3. "La Mer" (English: "The Sea") is a song by French composer, lyricist, singer and showman Charles Trenet. The song was first recorded by the French singer Roland Gerbeau in When Trenet's version was released in , it became an unexpected hit, and has remained a chanson classic and jazz standard ever since.
  4. Feb 04,  · Charles Trenet chante La mer, version Song La Mer (Version de ; Remasterisé en ) Artist Charles Trenet.
  5. Nov 13,  · Compilation albums generally don't present anyhting new, but they do allow you to listen through a whole album without having to skip any songs. This is the case here. As a collector, I very much liked the album. All the best songs are here, and it's a lot of fun having the mix between the older stuff and the new songs, up until /5().
  6. Ce disque regroupe les plus grands succès de Bois-Joli, les chansons ont toutes été retravaillées et réenregistrées en studio. On découvre donc de nouvelles versions en plus de la chanson «Pour Elle» de qui n’a jamais été enregistré par Bois-Joli. Une nouveauté, on retrouve les versions originales sous format MP3 en cd-rom.
  7. Top 15 Famous French Songs 1 La Mer 2 La Vie En Rose 3 Sous le Ciel de Paris 4 Ne Me Quitte Pas this song was recorded in and released on the album “La Valse a Mille Temps” and again in on the album of the same name. singer/songwriter. It was written by Brassens and recorded in for the film “Les Copains” by Yves.

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