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Ma-Luschk Colindres says ...
Chapeau pour Edith Piaf! Plaisir d'amour....
05/01/2013 7:36:56 PM CDT
Glenda Page says ...
I love anything Francais---especially the early French songs sung in the cabarets------and Edith Piaf and Maurice Chevalier and others whose names I cannot remember at the moment.
05/01/2013 7:39:11 PM CDT
Ved Sud says ...
My wife and I both love old time French singers, especially Edith Piaf. We also love French singers from Quebec.
05/01/2013 7:39:38 PM CDT
Elizabeth Dowell says ...
I attended a Charles Aznavour concert in Montreal when I was 18 years old ...over 40 years ago and I can still remember him singing 'La Boheme' like it was yesterday!
05/01/2013 7:41:35 PM CDT
Nina says ...
I love Edith Piaf...can't get anymore vintage France than her. This sounds like a great album!
05/01/2013 7:42:47 PM CDT
Esther Baker says ...
French music makes me think of everything that is good and right in the world.
05/01/2013 7:44:47 PM CDT
sarah says ...
Actually, Carla Bruni is one of my favorites!
05/01/2013 7:44:50 PM CDT
Esther Baker says ...
French music makes me think of everything that is good and right in the world.
05/01/2013 7:44:52 PM CDT
Stephanie S. says ...
I am not familiar with many French artists but love Putumayo CDs and look forward to listening to this one!
05/01/2013 7:45:30 PM CDT
ann stock says ...
Although I have many Putamayo CD's, alas, I don't have any of the French persuasion. I certainly would love to add these to my collection!! Oh please!
05/01/2013 7:46:39 PM CDT
r hornbeck says ...
March Jordan's hypnotic song "Slow Bombing the World" starts with the delicious line: "There's a hotel in Paris, Where the windows look out to sea". It's gorgeous and so soothing. Evocative of a balmy evening in the City of Light. Just perfect for all of us Francophiles! Give it a listen, pour a glass of Cote du Rhone and...ENJOY!
05/01/2013 7:47:32 PM CDT
Nathalie Quach says ...
My earliest recollection of French music was when I was 8 years old, it was Dalida, then Sylvie Vartan, Jacques Brel, etc. To this day, I am now 41, and my love of the music is still growing, but I still have a soft spot for Francoise Hardy's "fais moi une place". It's soft and just ever so pretty as her name is, though I didn't understand the lyrics, it still remains my favorite.
05/01/2013 7:48:40 PM CDT
r hornbeck says ...
March Jordan's hypnotic song "Slow Bombing the World" starts with the delicious line: "There's a hotel in Paris, Where the windows look out to sea". It's gorgeous and so soothing. Evocative of a balmy evening in the City of Light. Just perfect for all of us Francophiles! Give it a listen, pour a glass of Cote du Rhone and...ENJOY!
05/01/2013 7:49:42 PM CDT
Shelly says ...
Serge Gainsbourg is wonderful, and so is his sister Charlotte!
05/01/2013 7:51:26 PM CDT
Lynn says ...
Sounds great!
05/01/2013 7:53:27 PM CDT
Christopher says ...
Ooh la la... Edith Piaf
05/01/2013 7:53:37 PM CDT
Jacqueline says ...
Maurice Chevalier - - - tres debonnair - his French-accented singing and acting) is so retro, it makes me smile!
05/01/2013 7:57:51 PM CDT
Maria says ...
Serge Gainsbourg of course!
05/01/2013 8:06:48 PM CDT
Mary Welters says ...
CharlesTrenet
05/01/2013 8:10:02 PM CDT
Judy Selby says ...
There will never be anyone like Edith Piaf. However I love La France and all of its music-- from renaissance to baroque to present day love songs!
05/01/2013 8:11:36 PM CDT
Crystal Aguilar says ...
Jacques Brel. That man can bring me to my knees.
05/01/2013 8:13:05 PM CDT
Susan S says ...
A French singer that I really like is Christophe Maé. He has a very sweet voice.
05/01/2013 8:14:32 PM CDT
David Hite says ...
I use the music of Piaf, Gainsbourg and Greco as background for digital slideshows of trips to France. The product is magical!
05/01/2013 8:17:20 PM CDT
Jeremy Keng says ...
Serge Gainsbourg or Charlotte
05/01/2013 8:18:13 PM CDT
Stephanie says ...
Love jean- Jacques Goldman
05/01/2013 8:18:39 PM CDT

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