Sunday, August 2, 2015

Barclay singles issued by RGE

Barclay's singles BARCS-1.000 released through RGE


1001  -  Devi sapere (Il faut savoir) / Dammi i tuoi 16 anni (Donne tes 16 ans) - Charles Aznavour 
1002  -  Amore scusami / Non ti pentire mai - Dalida - 1965 
1003  -  Que c'est triste Venise / Avec - Charles Aznavour
1004  -  Il faut savoir / Et pourtant - Charles Aznavour
1005  -  La danse de Zorba / Tu n'as pas merite - Dalida
1007  -  Isabelle / Le toréador - Charles Aznavour
1008  -  Il silenzio / Le colline sono in fiore - Dalida
1009  -  C'est fini / Les deux guitares - Charles Aznavour

1011  -  Mon crédo (A.Pascal-P.Mauriat) / Ils s'embrassaient - Mireille Mathieu
1016  -  Un homme et une femme / Celui que j'aime - Mireille Mathiéu
1018  -  Ciao, amore, ciao (Tenco) / Pensiamoci ogni sera - Dalida - 1967
1015  -  Bang bang / Sola più che mai (Strangers in the night) - Dalida

1020  -  Adieu a la nuit / Pour un coeur sans amour - Mireille Mathiéu
1023  -  Je suis que c'èst l'ètè / Les espagnols - Christophe - 1967
1026 -  La dernière valse (The last waltz) /  Un monde avec toi (The world we knew) - Mireille Mathiéu 
1027  -  Canzone d'Aranjuez / L'ultimo valzer - Dalida

1030  -  Caroline / Emmenez-moi - Charles Aznavour  
1032  -  Dan dan dan / Amare per vivere - Dalida - 1968 
1033  -  J'ai gardé l'accent / La vieille barque - Mireille Mathiéu
(1001) Italian music was so popular in Brazil that even French acts like Aznavour would sing in Italian.
(1002) Dalida sings 'Amore scusami' in Italian.
'Que c'èst triste Venise' (1003) was Charles Aznavour's greatest hit in the 1960s.
'Il faut savoir' (1004) was first released in Italian; then Aznavour charted in French so RGE decided to give the original a go.
'La danse de Zorba' (1005) was Dalida's greatest hit in Brazil.
'Isabelle' (1007) Charles Aznavour's follow-up to 'Venise' also went Top 5
Dalida (1008) sings 'Il silenzio' b/w 'Le colline sono in fiore' in Italian
'C'est fini' b/w 'Les deux guitares' (1009)
(1015) Dalida's 'Bang bang' b/w 'Strangers in the night' in Italian.
(1018) Dalida's tragic partnership with Luigi Tenco resulted in 'Ciao amore ciao' and his suicide on 27 January 1967.
(1027) Dalida sings 'Canzone d'Aranjuez' in Italian. 




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