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Rose Merryl - L'après Amour album download

Performer:

Rose Merryl

Title:

L'après Amour

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

1939 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Date of release:

1976

Rose Merryl - L'après Amour album download

Tracklist

A L'après Amour 3:35
B Le Vent Se Lève 4:05

Notes

second 45 tours de rose merryl alias rose laurens

Rose Laurens, previously billed as Rose Merryl (born Rose Podwojny; 4 March 1953 – 29 April 2018), was a French singer-songwriter, known for her 1982 single "Africa", a top-three hit in several European countries. She was also the singer for the original version of "J'avais rêvé d'une autre vie" from the French concept album of Les Misérables, a song later adapted into English as "I Dreamed a Dream". In 1986 her single "American Love" was a quite successful in some European countries.

Rose Laurens, previously billed as Rose Merryl (born Rose Podwojny on March 4, 1953), is a French singer-songwriter, particularly famous for her 1982 smash single "Africa", number three hit in many European countries. She was also the singer for the original version of "J'avais rêvé d'une autre vie" from the French concept album of Les Misérables, a song later. 1971 : Sandrose - with Jean Pierre Alarcen - One of the first and best French progressive-rock albums. 1982 : Déraisonnable

1977: L'après amour (sub nomo Rose Merryl). 1978: Je suis à toi (sub nomo Rose Merryl). 1980: J'vous aime les oiseaux. 1980: L'air de la misère.

Перевод текста песни Après L'amour исполнителя (группы) Charles Aznavour. Après L'amour (оригинал Charles Aznavour). После любви (перевод Amethyst). Nous nous sommes aimés, Мы любили друг друга, Nos joies se sont offertes. Дарили друг другу радость. Et nos cœurs ont battu

Rose Laurens, previously billed as Rose Merryl, was a French singer-songwriter, known for her 1982 single "Africa", a number three hit in some European countries. She was also the singer for the original version of "J'avais rêvé d'une autre vie". 1977 : "L'Après amour" (under the name Rose Merryl). 1978 : "Je suis à toi" (under the name Rose Merryl). 1979 : "Survivre" ( in France). 1980 : "J'vous aime les oiseaux". 1980 : "L'Air de la misère". 1982 : "Africa" ( in France).

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