With Irish Coffee III (with Kris Van Der Cammen on drums) he plays his songs in a firm hardrock-blues mode, on the album Irish Coffee (2) - Revisited. William Souffreau is still rocking. He is the father of Alison Souffreau. Fé & Jampy And The Shellbacks - Lucien Van Impe (7", Single).
Lucien van Impe, (born 20 October 1946) is a Belgian cyclist, who raced between 1969 and 1987. He was mainly a climber in long races such as the Tour de France. He was the winner of the 1976 Tour de France. He won the polka dot jersey for best climber in the Tour de France six times. In 1968 van Impe was King of the Mountains in the Tour de l'Avenir. He says that Federico Bahamontes helped van Impe to get a contract with a cycling team. Bahamontes had previously won the Tour de France.
Edward Charles Van Impe (born May 27, 1940) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Chicago Black Hawks, Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins. After playing his first five professional seasons with the Buffalo Bisons of the AHL, Ed Van Impe saw his first NHL action with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1966–67. He had a solid rookie season as he was voted the runner-up to Bobby Orr for the Calder Memorial Trophy.
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Lucien Van Impe lives in Impe (his family name refers to that place) with his wife Rita, he has two grown up children, a son and a daughter. His house is called Alpe D'Huez, after the French mountain where he took the yellow jersey (the leader in the Tour de France) in 1976. When he came home that year, the bar where his supporters gathered every day to watch him win the Tour, was painted yellow entirely.
Lucien Van Impe (B) and Joop Zoetemelk (NL) during the climb of l’Alpe Huez during the 1976 Tour de France. Zoetemelk won the stage, whereas Van Impe took the Yellow Jersey. lucien van impe joop zoetemelk tour de france alpe d'huez cycling. Eddy Merckx and Lucien Van Impe climbing the Montjuich outside Barcelona. Eddy Merckx lucien van impe montjuich.
Это цитата этого сообщения Lucien Lvy-Dhurmer (French, 1865-1953). художник-символист и гончар, представитель стиля Модерн. На аукционе Сотбис, меня заинтересовала картина "LE VÉSINETJEUNE MÈRE ET SA FILLE" художника Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer и так как я не была знакома с его творчеством, решила поискать информацию в интернете. Картины преимущественно с аукционов и частных коллекций. Так и родился этот пост.
Lucien Van Impe (pronounced ; born 20 October 1946) is a Belgian cyclist, who competed professionally between 1969 and 1987. He excelled mainly as a climber in multiple-day races such as the Tour de France. He was the winner of the 1976 Tour de France, and six times winner of the mountains classification in the Tour de France. In 1968 van Impe was King of the Mountains in the Tour de l'Avenir
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Written-By – W. Souffreau*
- Printed By – Offset Van Nuffel, Aalst
NotesNumber JB 7312 as on cover is used. (7311 on labels and matrix.)
7311 is Harry Pinky - De Sloekkers / Lied Van Aalst a carnaval song made in winter 1976.
Fé* & Jampy And The Shellbacks* - Lucien Van Impe song is made in summer of 1976.
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- Rights Society: SABAM
- Matrix / Runout: 7311 A
- Matrix / Runout: 7311 B