Album by Véronique Sanson. Les Délices D'Hollywood. J'Ai Perdu Ton Adresse. Y A Pas De Doute Il Faut Que Je M'En Aille.
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Véronique Marie Line Sanson (born 24 April 1949 in, near Paris, France) is a three-time Victoires de la Musique Award-winning French singer-songwriter, musician, and producer with an avid following in her native country. She brings a very personal vocal style to the singing of French pop songs: Her voice has a very strong vibrato.
Les Délires D'Hollywood. 사 등. Distributed By – WEA Filipacchi Music. Printed By – Offset France. Hollywood (Cass, Album, Unofficial). 버전 판매. 52063, 52 063, yPartx 8. 57.
Album · 1977 · 10 Songs. Véronique Sanson au Palais Des Sports. Véronique Sanson : Les plus belles chansons, vol. 2. 1994.
CD - Warner Elektra Atlantic Corp.
Véronique Sanson had written on his 1976 album "Illegal Stills", but I really don't think he spoke much French). In the end, this is one of those albums that continues to reward repeated listens and holds together beautifully as a unified piece of work- a real breath of fresh air. Granted, this maybe isn't the most characteristic of Véronique Sanson's albums, and "Le Maudit" might be a better place to start, but by any measure, "Hollywood" is a must-have. 2 people found this helpful.
Is Hollywood the best album by Veronique Sanson? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Hollywood by Veronique Sanson (1977) Overall rank: 28,145th. Accolades: Top albums of 1977 (323rd). Top albums of the 1970s (3,318th). Best albums of all time (28,145th).
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|A1||Bernard's Song (Il N'Est De Nulle Part)
Percussion [Additional] – John Casares
|A2||Les Délices D'Hollywood||4:15|
|A3||Comment Crois-Tu Que La Musique Vienne
Vocals [Featuring] – Kim Bullard
|A4||J'Ai Perdu Ton Adresse||3:38|
|B1||Y A Pas De Doute Il Faut Que Je M'En Aille||4:22|
|B4||L'Amour Est Différent||4:05|
|B5||How Many Lies
Backing Vocals – Eric Esteve
|B6||Les Délires D'Hollywood||1:15|
- Arranged By [Brass] – Steve Madaio
- Arranged By [Rhythm] – David Blumberg
- Arranged By [Strings] – Jimmy Haskell*
- Backing Vocals – Alain Chamfort (tracks: A1 to B4, B6)
- Bass – Henry Davis, Willy Weeks*
- Drums – Harvey Mason, James Gadson, Jim Gordon
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Clavinet, Synthesizer [Moog] – John Barnes
- Guitar – David Tee, Ray Parker Jr., Richie Zito
- Mixed By – Bernard Saint-Paul, David Hensen
- Percussion – Bobbie Hallporter*
- Piano, Backing Vocals, Written-By – Véronique Sanson
- Producer – Bernard Saint-Paul
|52063, 52 063||Véronique Sanson||Hollywood (LP, Album, Gat)||Elektra, Elektra||52063, 52 063||France||1977|
|4-52063, 52 063||Véronique Sanson||Hollywood (Cass, Album)||Elektra, Elektra||4-52063, 52 063||France||1977|
|P-10455E||Véronique Sanson||Hollywood (LP, Album)||Elektra||P-10455E||Japan||1977|
|52 063||Véronique Sanson||Hollywood (LP, Album, Gat)||Elektra||52 063||France||1977|
|1077||Véronique Sanson||Hollywood (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||747||1077||Saudi Arabia||1977|
Performer: Véronique Sanson
Date of release: 1977
Style: Chanson, Funk, Rhythm & Blues
Size MP3: 1535 mb
Size FLAC: 1359 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: TTA DTS MPC WAV ASF MOD WMA