- Performer Le Groupe Vocal Des J2
- Title La Chanson De Jackie N°3
- Style Religious, Chanson, Vocal
- Other formats AIFF XM RA MP1 MP4 MIDI DXD
- Genre Pop
- Size MP3 1558 mb
- Size FLAC 1683 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 179
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Le groupe vocal PARENTHÈSE est constitué en une association mettant à l'honneur la Chanson Française à travers des spectacles chantés et mis en scène. La chanson française ! qu'elle soit populaire, poétique, qu'elle swingue ou qu'elle fasse rêver, nos quatorze complices de PARENTHÈSE vous en montrent la diversité. Tous amateurs, ils privilégient la voix, sur des arrangements traditionnels ou personnels t d'émotion.
Scoring: Piano/Vocal/Chords. Instruments: Voice, range: F or Baritone Voice Piano. Title: Jackie (La chanson de Jacky). From: Jacques Brel Is Alive & Well & Living in Paris. Publishing administered by: Alfred Publishing C. Inc.
Sigmund Esco "Jackie" Jackson (born May 4, 1951) is an American singer and songwriter best known as a founding member of the Jackson 5. Jackie is the second child of the Jackson family and the oldest Jackson brother. Sigmund Esco Jackson was born on his mother Katherine's 21st birthday in 1951. Nicknamed Jackie by his grandfather, taken from Jackson Boy, he came from a black working-class family.
Album Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Original Cast Recording). Jackie (La Chanson De Jacky) Lyrics. And if one day I should become A singer with a Spanish bum Who sings for women of great virtue. I'd sing to them with a guitar I borrowed from a coffee bar Well, what you don't know doesn't hurt you. My name would be Antonio And all my bridges I would burn And if I gave them some they'd know I expect something in return. I'd have to get drunk every night To talk about virility With some old grandmother who might Be decked out like a Christmas tree
France is widely regarded as a cultural hotbed and nothing reveals this more than the growth of the particularly French musical tradition of the chanson. In this recollection of the masters of French chanson, we look at the best examples of the form, providing a musical odyssey through the bars and cafés of Paris. dith Piaf – La Vie En Rose (1946)
|A2||Nous Sommes Là|
|A3||Je Vous Le Dis|
|B1||Formons La Fonde|
|B2||Seigneur Tu As Dit|
|B3||Dans Le Soir|