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Friday, December 09, 2005

twice is nice

CHRISTINE DELAROCHE - LA PORTE A COTE
posted and loved before. requested by blastre
click christine here

9 comment(s):

Oh nice one Mordi!
Brightened up a very dull Lancastrian afternoon!

By Anonymous blastre, at 09 December, 2005 14:59  

is there something wrong? it doesn't save as a mp3..

By Anonymous b, at 09 December, 2005 18:32  

i've re-uploaded it. It should work now.

By Blogger mordi, at 09 December, 2005 22:46  

Error in the title: it should read La Porte à Coté

By Blogger Guuzbourg, at 10 December, 2005 09:14  

oops spelling mistake! i shall correct that!

and you don't use accents on capital letters- accents are missing from the mp3 as box.net doesnt always recognise 'foreign' accents!

By Blogger mordi, at 10 December, 2005 09:24  

I like it!

By Blogger guapo, at 10 December, 2005 15:22  

This is why I love female vocalists from the Sixties, especially the European ones - a lot of the songs have this quality of being somehow a little bleak, yet simultaneously poppy. Ace stuff!

By Blogger Davecat, at 10 December, 2005 16:04  

you're obviously right about the accents.

By Blogger Guuzbourg, at 10 December, 2005 20:34  

Me too davecat - I think opposing qualities give pop music a tension it needs to be great. A lot of the French pop not only does that so well within the music, lyrics etc but the girls themselves somehow combine a blasé quality with a cheerful one in their vocal delivery.

By Anonymous spikedcandy, at 11 December, 2005 05:55  

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