Various - Blow Up Sur Vos Vedettes - Quatre Super Noms Féminins album flac
Title: Blow Up Sur Vos Vedettes - Quatre Super Noms Féminins
MP3 album: 1386 mb
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Genre: Rock / Pop
Various – Blow Up Sur Vos Vedettes - Quatre Super Noms Féminins. Label: Neptune (2) – NEP-6003. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo.
Album's title: Blow Up Sur Vos Vedettes - Quatre Super Noms Masculins.
The album features the cream of the KPM Music Library writers including Keith Mansfield, Alan Hawkshaw, Alan Parker and Johnny Pearson. Reissue of Volume 1 from the classic groundbreaking Blow Up presents Exclusive Blend music library series sees Paul Tunkin, DJ & founder of legendary Blow Up club, taking us on a journey deep into the vaults of the KPM music library. Blow Up presents Exclusive Blend Volume 1 has been continuously repressed since its release and remains a ground-breaking introduction to the world of the music library, the first in a series reflecting the diverse music that can be heard at London's legendary Blow Up club.
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Across four hours and eighty tracks, the all-singing, not-much-dancing Let's Go Down And Blow Our Minds anticipates the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love to chronicle a tumultuous twelve-month period of music-making within the British Isles.
The vedettes began their rise in popularity in France at the beginning of the 20th century. After France, they have gained greater popularity in Latin countries, both in Europe (Spain) and North and South America (Argentina and Mexico), where they caused a furor in the nightlife at different times. Particularly remembered are the live shows of Amalia Aguilar and Rosa Carmina, who even filled stadiums in various countries in Central and South America. The Cuban Rosita Fornés deserves special mention
On Solo, Frank touches on various aspects of being alone, such as self-love or waiting for a call from your lover. It’s not entirely clear if this song is specifically about experiences he’s had. The song’s title has two interpretations. Solo, one of the prime cuts off Frank Ocean’s sophomore album Blonde talks about loneliness in different angles from the perspectives of different persons-all of which are having a good time being alone as they cope with their situation in life in an almost ironic fashion. The song title means two things: ‘solo’ as in alone and ‘so low’, pertaining to the emotionally depressing moments in an individual’s virtually loveless, lonely life.
|A1||–Renée Martel||Quand Un Amour Renait|
|A2||–Denise Filiatrault||La Peau Douce|
|A3||–Dominique Michel||La Mini-Jupe|
|A5||–Chantal Renaud||C'est Bon Signe|
|B1||–Chantal Renaud||Comme Un Garçon|
|B3||–Renée Martel||La Berçeuse De Ton Coeur|
|B4||–Dominique Michel||Les Mal Aimés|
|B5||–Renée Martel||Sèche Tes Larmes|