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02-12-2007, 10:47 PM
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Les Lacs Du Connemara

Michel Sardou. What a phenomenal song. Figured you guys would appreciate that much more than my Buffalo folk.

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Michel Sardou. What a phenomenal song. Figured you guys would appreciate that much more than my Buffalo folk.
man u just HAD to go there


i love sardou, i'm like the only kid my age left who actually likes these guys I grew up listening to

Michel Sardou
Joe Dassin
Charles Aznavour
Michel Fugain
Michel Delpeche
Geoges Moustaki
Sacha Distel

so many more man, i love these guys... i'm going to go listen to some right now actually

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The Lakes of Connemara? An Irish Lake?

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The Lakes of Connemara? An Irish Lake?
Ask Michel... I didn't write it.

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what? no gainsbourg?

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NO BRASSENS or Renaud ???

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wait wait.

no vian or brel???

( and on and on ).

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Which one is the best?

I'm only familiar with Sardou!

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I like a few of his songs. He's one of my moms favorites. So I gather you understand french?

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Which one is the best?

I'm only familiar with Sardou!
honestly my two favourites are Sardou and Dassin, those two are the reason why i like old school french music the most of any music genre. ITS PERFECT for any mood i'm in

french rules, thank you for reminding me how much i missed all this music lol i haven't listened to this stuff since school started

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I like a few of his songs. He's one of my moms favorites. So I gather you understand french?
Understand it, yes. Speak it fluently, no. My french accent is quite good, though, when I do speak in French.

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honestly my two favourites are Sardou and Dassin, those two are the reason why i like old school french music the most of any music genre. ITS PERFECT for any mood i'm in

french rules, thank you for reminding me how much i missed all this music lol i haven't listened to this stuff since school started
Anytime!! The song just came on my iPod on shuffle, I went ballistic. What a classic.

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wait wait.

no vian or brel???

( and on and on ).
Léo Ferré
Macias
Villard
Claude Francois
Johnny Halliday (yes he's one of the greats)

yeah this list goes on and on

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Other songs I like by him.

En chantant.
Le France. (it makes me sad for the ship...lol)
Maladie d'amour.
Je vais t'aimer.
Les vieux mariés.
Cette chanson là.

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and going wayyyyyyyyyyyy back ...

josephine baker.

also, maybe the buffalo fan would like to check out jean leloup ( <3 leclerc <3 ) and pierre lapointe.

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oh, sorry for forgetting jean ferrat.

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Other songs I like by him.

En chantant.
Le France. (it makes me sad for the ship...lol)
Maladie d'amour.
Je vais t'aimer.
Les vieux mariés.
Cette chanson là.
I like Maladie d'amour a lot.

My second favorite to Les Lacs is "Femmes des annes 44" I think it's called?

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I like Maladie d'amour a lot.

My second favorite to Les Lacs is "Femmes des annes 44" I think it's called?
elle cours elle cours la maladie d'amour...maan its been a while

ha ha ha u guyz will never guess what i pulled out

Les Enfoirés!

those guys are awesome, doing live renditions of all these great french songs i mean i can't really complain

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Jacques Brel (100000000000x) over any of the singers mentionned above...


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Jacques Brel (100000000000x) over any of the singers mentionned above...
don't be a banana, Brel can make you cry .... Brassens can make you laugh ...

We forget Adamo of course ....

Elle etait si jolie ...

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and Maxime Leforrestier ... what a great song San Francisco is ...

I'm mitigated by how I feel about Dassin ... great songwriter and performer ...

but I dunno ... Jean Jacques Goldman became so dominant in the early 80's ...

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Definately Brel. It's such an acting performance when he interprets songs like: "JoJo", "Jeff", "Ne me quittes pas", "Voir un ami pleurer". I also like Ferré with: "Avec le temps" or "Quand on a que l'amour".

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don't be a banana, Brel can make you cry .... Brassens can make you laugh ...

We forget Adamo of course ....

Elle etait si jolie ...
Brel has a ton of funny songs too...his writing skills are unmatchable. Not sying Brassens et cie aren't great, but Brel is definitly the best!

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and Maxime Leforrestier ... what a great song San Francisco is ...

I'm mitigated by how I feel about Dassin ... great songwriter and performer ...

but I dunno ... Jean Jacques Goldman became so dominant in the early 80's ...
dicet a Leidenstadt!! JJ Goldman

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I like Maladie d'amour a lot.

My second favorite to Les Lacs is "Femmes des annes 44" I think it's called?
Add 36 to your number, it's "Femmes des années 80" and I really like this song too.
Joe, it's Joe !!! Too sad he left us too soon.

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don't be a banana, Brel can make you cry .... Brassens can make you laugh ...

We forget Adamo of course ....

Elle etait si jolie ...
I have to stand up for Brassens here. He was one of the most respected singer of his time and a great ambassador of the South West of France.

Totally agree with you regarding Brel.

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