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Jean-Louis Pick - Bocal À Musique album mp3

  • Performer: Jean-Louis Pick
  • Genre: Pop
  • Title: Bocal À Musique
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Chanson
  • MP3 version size: 1913 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1850 mb
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Description

Jean-Louis Pick ‎– Bocal À Musique. Label: RCA Victor ‎– PL 37587. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Engineer – Daniel Abraham, Philippe Omnès. Lyrics By, Music By – Jean-Louis Pick. Producer – Naps Lamarche.

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Dans ton bocal à musique, y'a des mélodies magiques Qui bougent, qui bougent tes oreilles. Connected to our equipment, not the same melodies Have expanded the desert. Jar in your music, there's magic melodies Moving, moving your ears. Bocal À Musique Lyrics are the property of the respective artists, writers and labels. These lyrics are provided for eduacational purposes only.

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Tracklist

A1 Pas M'Lever 3:31
A2 Amélie 2:20
A3 Supermarché 2:38
A4 La Vieille Aventure 3:22
A5 Le Bocal À Musique 3:35
B1 Les Églantines 3:34
B2 Barbe À Papa 2:50
B3 Bruegel Est Mort 3:17
B4 Catalogue Printemps-Été 3:45
B5 Le Bon Dieu Est Gai 2:37

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA
  • Printed By – France Imprimerie Sorel

Credits

  • 5-String Banjo – Luc Dusart
  • Arranged By, Conductor, Triangle – Guy Printemps
  • Backing Vocals – Alain Maria*, Aurélie Benazra*, Michel & Georges Costa*, Martine Toureille*
  • Bass – Tony Bonfils
  • Cello – Hubert Varron
  • Cover, Photography By – Gilbert Larmuseau
  • Creative Director – Bob Socquet
  • Drums – Yves Senna*
  • Engineer – Daniel Abraham, Philippe Omnès
  • French Horn – André Both, André Cazalmet*, Patrice Petitdidier
  • Guitar – Jacky Tricoire, Patrice Tison, Serge Eymard
  • Keyboards – Georges Rabol, Guy Printemps
  • Lyrics By, Music By – Jean-Louis Pick
  • Percussion – Emmanuel Roche
  • Producer – Naps Lamarche
  • Synthesizer – Roland Romanelli
  • Tuba – Marc Steckar
  • Violin – Alain Kouznetzoff

Notes

RCA éditeur

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Price Code: RC 250

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