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Julien Clerc - Vendredi 13 download mp3 album
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Album:
Vendredi 13
Style:
Chanson
Released:
1981
Country:
France
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1940 mb
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Piano – Julien Clerc. Recorded live at "Palais des Sports", Lyon, France, 12 & 13 march 1981. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.

EMI, EMI Music Distribution 874628.

Julien Clerc, pronounced:, born as Paul Alain Leclerc on 4 October 1947 in Paris, Clerc's parents divorced when he was still young. Missing lyrics by Julien Clerc? Know any other songs by Julien Clerc?

Paul Alain Leclerc (born 4 October 1947), better known by his stage name Julien Clerc (pronounced ), is a French singer-songwriter. He began to learn the piano at six, and by 13, started to play by ear everything he heard on the radio.

Vendredi 13. ~ Release group by Julien Clerc. Vendredi 13. 2 12" Vinyl. FR. Pathé Marconi EMI (record company, renamed EMI Pathé Marconi in 1986).

Clerc abruptly shifted gears with 1973's Julien, recorded in London with arranger Bill Shepherd, replacing his longtime collaborator Jean-Claude Petit. He returned to Paris in time to begin rehearsals for a new run at the Olympia, with the highlights documented on his 1974 live LP, Julien Clerc avec Vous. Still dismissed in some quarters as little more than a teen idol, Clerc yearned for a more mature image, and in 1975 - despondent over the end of his romance with Gall - he reteamed with Momo for the bleak, elegiac No. 7, his most critically acclaimed effort to date. A pair of sold-out March 1981 appearances in Lyon made up Clerc's second live album, Vendredi 13. Shortly after, his romance with Miou-Miou dissolved, and he channeled his anguish into the starkly intimate Femmes, Indiscrétions et Blasphemes, his first recording for new label Virgin and one of the best-selling LPs of his career.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Elle Voulait Qu'On L'Appelle Venise
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
3:37
A2 Je Sais Que C'Est Elle
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
5:00
A3 Ma Doudou
Lyrics By – Jean-Loup Dabadie
4:00
A4 Je Dors Avec Elle
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
3:08
A5 Danses'Y
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
3:15
B1 Week-End
Lyrics By – Luc Plamondon
3:09
B2 Elle Faisait La La La
Lyrics By – Jean-Loup Dabadie
3:28
B3 La Petite Sorcière Malade
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
5:15
B4 Ivanovitch
Lyrics By – Maurice Vallet
3:05
B5 L'Assassin Assassiné
Lyrics By – Jean-Loup Dabadie
6:06
B6 Ma Préférence
Lyrics By – Jean-Loup Dabadie
3:15
C1 This Melody
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
4:10
C2 Macumba
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
5:10
C3 Poissons Morts
Lyrics By – Étienne Roda-Gil
4:06
C4 Jungle Queen
Lyrics By – Maurice Vallet
3:47
C5 Travailler C'est Trop Dur
Arranged By, Adapted By [Lyrics] – Zachary RichardWritten-By – Traditional
3:50
D1 Quand Je Joue
Lyrics By – Luc Plamondon
5:12
D2 So Fine
Lyrics By – Johnny Otis
4:05
D3 Mangos
Lyrics By – Serge GainsbourgMusic By – M. Simon*
6:30
D4 La Quète
Adapted By [Lyrics] – Jacques BrelLyrics By – Joe DarionMusic By – Mitch Leigh
3:15
D5 Jaloux De Tout
Lyrics By – E. Roda-Gil*Music By – C. Padovan*
6:10

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pathé Marconi EMI
  • Made By – Pathé Marconi EMI
  • Recorded At – Palais Des Sports, Lyon

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Electric] – Joe E. Wright*
  • Bass – Christian Padovan
  • Drums – Marty Simon
  • Engineer – Paul Scemama
  • Engineer, Producer, Conductor – J. Roussel*
  • Music By – Julien Clerc
  • Photography – B. Barbier, J.-C. Maillard, J.-P. Weber, R. Destrez
  • Piano – Julien Clerc
  • Piano, Synthesizer – J. Roussel*
  • Synthesizer, Electric Piano [Rhodes, Wurlitzer] – Gérard Bikialo

Notes

12 & 13 march 1981.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2C 170 72407/8 Julien Clerc Vendredi 13 ‎(2xLP, Album) Pathé 2C 170 72407/8 France 1981
5099945874628 Julien Clerc Vendredi 13 ‎(2xCD, Album, RE) Pathé Marconi EMI 5099945874628 Europe 2010