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November 08, 2005

Scooby-Ooby Scopitone

Brassens The oldie bunny hunter, Ce Matin Un Lapin

Listen to Radio Brassens

French and Italian Soundtracks

Coralie Clement

Time Magazine, Aug. 21, 1964: In some 500 bars, restaurants and servicemen's clubs throughout the U.S., the center of attention these days is a monstrous new machine called Scopitone. It is a cross between a jukebox and TV. For $.25 a throw, Scopitone projects any one of 36 musical movies on a 26-in. screen, flooding the premises with delirious color and hi-fi scooby-ooby-doo for three whole minutes. (Thanks to PCL LinkDump)

Blow Up Doll

20 years of modern chanson music. (From Depraved Librarian's French Chanson linkfest)

Grenouille plus

Québécois retro

More French Music from the Sixties Here

November 8, 2005 in Music - French Chansons of the 60's | Permalink


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I loocking for a song Silvie, Sylvia or Sylvie from year + - 1960's or 1970's. Not from Aznavour. Please Help. Many Thanks, Fredy

Posted by: Fredy at Jun 12, 2006 6:30:24 AM