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Various - Le Rock And Roll Français (Du Jazz Au Rock 1956-1960)

Tracklist

1Luis MarianoMa P'tit' Chérie2:03
2Christian Garros Et Son OrchestreEt Là-Bas2:55
3Henri SalvadorDonne Donne Donne2:47
4Henri SalvadorC'Est Un Gigolo1:37
5Moustache Et Ses MoustachusJ'Ai J'té Ma Clé Dans Un Tonneau D'Goudron2:26
6Raymond Le Sénéchal Et Son Orchestre De RoquetsLaisse Tomber2:23
7Raymond Le Sénéchal Et Son Orchestre De RoquetsMimi Tord Boyaux2:32
8Moustache Et Le Rock And RollLe Rock De Paris2:44
9Rock Failair Et Son Orchestre De P'tits MilliardairesRock And Roll Sérénade2:42
10Hubert Rostaing Et Sa Formation JazzMr. Le Baron3:12
11Eddie ConstantineRock Rock2:14
12Les 4 De ParisDaisy (La Pin-Up Des Juke-Box)2:24
13Magali NoëlAlhambra Rock2:37
14Arsène Hic Et Son Orchestre D'Empoisonneurs DiplômésAh ! Les Américains2:51
15Hubert Rostaing Et Sa Formation JazzQu'Est-Ce Que C'Est ?3:11
16Hubert Rostaing Et Sa Formation JazzJ'Ai Perdu La Tête2:37
17Colette RenardL'Âge Atomique3:02
18Gabriel DalarCroque-Crâne-Creux2:20
19Rock Failair Et Son Orchestre De P'tits MilliardairesTangage Et Roulis2:20
20Eddie ConstantineC'Est À Peine Croyable2:06
21Henry Cording And His Original Rock And Roll BoysVa T'Faire Cuire Un Œuf, Man !2:44
22Hubert Rostaing Et Sa Formation JazzRock Rock2:49
23Septuor Jack DiévalLe Loufoque Du Rock3:41
24Eddie ConstantineLe Rock Du Marin2:05
25Septuor Jack DiévalChurch Bells May Ring (Bing ! Bang ! Rock !)2:32
26Moustache Et Ses MoustachusC'Est Ça Le Blues2:38
27Henry Cording And His Original Rock And Roll BoysRock And Roll-Mops2:28
28Roger Pierre Et Jean-Marc ThibaultLe Cuirassier De Reichshoffen3:14
29Georges GuétaryGeorges, Viens Danser Le Rock N' Roll !2:56

Credits

  • Backing BandLes Fontana (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Backing VocalsChristiane Legrand (tracks: 1 to 3), Jean-Claude Brodin (tracks: 1 to 3), Jeannine Wells (tracks: 1 to 3), Les Angels (tracks: 19), Les Rock Four (tracks: 6), Rita Castel (tracks: 1 to 3), Roger Berthier (tracks: 1 to 3), Ward Single (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Baritone SaxophoneMichel Devillers (tracks: 4, 6), Michel Devilliers (tracks: 5)
  • Bass GuitarLéo Petit (tracks: 19)
  • Chorus MasterChristian Chevallier (tracks: 19)
  • ClarinetFrancis Weis (tracks: 12, 13), Hubert Rostaing (tracks: 8 to 11), Jean-Claude Théodore (tracks: 22)
  • Composed ByAlain Goraguer (tracks: 3, 17), Castel Et Casti (tracks: 4), Ch. Bazin (tracks: 22), C. Steermans (tracks: 16), Eddie Barclay (tracks: 12, 13), H. Salvador (tracks: 29), H. Rostaing (tracks: 8, 9), Jape Richardson (tracks: 26), J. Diéval (tracks: 5), Jeff Davis (tracks: 11, 14), J. Davis (tracks: 15, 27), J. Moutet (tracks: 19), Ken Darby (tracks: 20), L. Casucci (tracks: 28), Lucien Ades (tracks: 10), M. Attenoux (tracks: 24), Mig Bike (tracks: 1, 2), Moustache (tracks: 24), Raymond Fol (tracks: 7), R. Davis (tracks: 16), Roger Lucchesi (tracks: 21), S. Distel (tracks: 6, 25), Sheb Wooley (tracks: 23), M. Edwards (tracks: 18)
  • Concept ByBernard "Big Joe" Zitoune, Bob Boutringain
  • ConductorJo Moutet (tracks: 19), Michel Legrand (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • ContrabassEmmanuel Soudieux (tracks: 4, 5), Guy Pedersen (tracks: 1 to 3), Marcel Dutilleux (tracks: 12, 13), Paul Rovere (tracks: 6), Pierre Michelot (tracks: 8 to 11, 24, 25)
  • Contrabass [or]Roland Bianchini (tracks: 8 to 11)
  • DesignCom'N. B.
  • DrumsArmand Molinetti (tracks: 19), Bernard Planchenault (tracks: 12, 13), Christian Garros (tracks: 5, 6), Dante Agostini (tracks: 16), François Galépidès (tracks: 7 to 11, 24, 25), Gus Wallez (tracks: 1 to 3), Gérard "Dave" Pochonnet (tracks: 4), Robert Peguet (tracks: 22), Toni Cossu (tracks: 6)
  • Drums [probably]Christian Garros (tracks: 1 to 3), Mac Kac (tracks: 1 to 3, 24, 25), Jean-Baptiste "Mac Kac" Reilles (tracks: 7 to 11)
  • GuitarJean Bonal (tracks: 24, 25), Jean-Pierre Sasson (tracks: 4 to 6), Léo Petit (tracks: 1 to 3), René Duchaussoire (tracks: 19)
  • Guitar [probably]Jean Bonal (tracks: 8 to 11)
  • Liner NotesBernard "Big Joe" Zitoune
  • Lyrics ByA. Pinelli (tracks: 15), Bernard Michel (tracks: 11, 14), B. Michel (tracks: 5, 15), Boris Vian (tracks: 3, 17, 29), Ch. Bazin (tracks: 22), F. Llenas (tracks: 6), Jape Richardson (tracks: 26), J.C. Théodore (tracks: 22), J. Brammer (tracks: 28), Ken Darby (tracks: 20), Lucien Ades (tracks: 8, 9), Craft (tracks: 4), Moustache (tracks: 7, 10, 24, 25), Raymond Le Sénéchal (tracks: 12, 13), R. Chabrier (tracks: 19), Roger Lucchesi (tracks: 21), R. Pierre (tracks: 16), Sheb Wooley (tracks: 23), Vernon Sinclair (tracks: 1, 2), Y. Samuel (tracks: 27)
  • Lyrics By [Not Credited]Ben Raleigh (tracks: 18)
  • OrchestraAlain Goraguer Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 23), Jean Leccia Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 21), Adalbert Luczkowski Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 14, 15), L'Orchestre De Jacques-Henry Rys (tracks: 26), Jo Moutet Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 19), Raymond Lefèvre Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 14, 15, 27), Raymond Legrand Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 20), Roby Davis Et Son Orchestre (tracks: 16)
  • PianoClaude Steermans (tracks: 16), Georges Arvanitas (tracks: 22), Jacques Dieval (tracks: 4, 5), Raymond Fol (tracks: 7 to 11), Raymond Le Sénéchal (tracks: 12, 13), René Urtreger (tracks: 6)
  • Piano [probably]Michel Legrand (tracks: 1 to 3), Raymond Fol (tracks: 24, 25)
  • SaxophoneAndré "Cousin" Rosenfeld (tracks: 12, 13), Georges Grenu (tracks: 19), Guy Tissier (tracks: 22), Harry Perret (tracks: 22), Jacques Noureddine (tracks: 22), Jo Rasco (tracks: 19), Marcel Rasco (tracks: 19), Maurice Meunier (tracks: 8 to 11, 24, 25), Michel Attenoux (tracks: 8 to 11, 24, 25), Pierre Gossez (tracks: 1 to 3, 19), Roby Davis (tracks: 16)
  • Tenor SaxophoneBenny Waters (tracks: 4), Guy Lafitte (tracks: 4 to 6)
  • Tenor Saxophone [probably]Jean Mercadier (tracks: 7)
  • Translated ByA. Bloch (tracks: 28), Boris Vian (tracks: 23), Hubert Ithier (tracks: 26), J. Lenoir (tracks: 28), Pierre Amel (tracks: 20)
  • Translated By [Not Credited]Bernard Michel (tracks: 18)
  • TromboneAndré Paquinet (tracks: 19), Benny Vasseur (tracks: 7, 19, 24, 25), Bill Byers (tracks: 5), Charles Verstraete (tracks: 19), Claude Gousset (tracks: 7, 24, 25), Gaby Vilain (tracks: 19), Marcel Galiegue (tracks: 16), Raymond Fonseque (tracks: 22), Sandy Fall (tracks: 12, 13)
  • TrumpetBernard Hullin (tracks: 12, 13), Fred Gerard (tracks: 19), Jean-Claude Naude (tracks: 22), Maurice Thomas (tracks: 19), Roger Verstraete (tracks: 19)
  • VibraphoneGéo Daly (tracks: 4), Raoul Caudry (tracks: 22)
  • VocalsAnita Love (tracks: 8 to 11), Bob Martin (tracks: 12, 13), François Galépidès (tracks: 7, 10, 24, 25), Georges Guétary (tracks: 19), Guy Lafitte (tracks: 6), Henry Cording (tracks: 1, 2), Jacky Vermont (tracks: 17, 18), Jean-Claude Naude (tracks: 22), Jean-Claude Théodore (tracks: 22), Jean-Marc Thibault (tracks: 16), Jean-Pierre Sasson (tracks: 4, 5), Magali Noël (tracks: 3), Maria Velasco (tracks: 4, 5), Nadine Young (tracks: 6, 7), Raoul Caudry (tracks: 22), Roger Pierre (tracks: 16)
  • Vocals ["female"]Guy Tissier (tracks: 22)

Notes

6. Adaptation of "Hey Là-Bas".
18. Adaptation of "Rock Right".
20. Adaptation of "Rock Around The Island".
22. Adaptation of "The Purple People Eater".
26. Adaptation of "Chantilly Lace".
28. Adaptation of "Just A Gigolo".

Uncredited information:
#19 excerpt from Georges Guétary - Georges, Viens Danser Le Rock N' Roll !

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 31451 65242 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 516 524-2 00 L7 1-A
  • Price Code: PY 900

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Distribution
  • Copyright (c) – PolyGram Distribution
  • Made By – PMDC, France

Info

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Video

Various - Le Rock And Roll Français (Du Jazz Au Rock 1956-1960)

Performer: Various

Title: Le Rock And Roll Français (Du Jazz Au Rock 1956-1960)

Country: France

Release date: 1993

Label: PolyGram Distribution

Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock

Catalog: 516 524 - 2

Genre: Rock / Pop

Size MP3: 1468 mb

Size FLAC: 1962 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 275

Record source: CD, Compilation

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