DALIDA

 


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DALIDA
Ik zing amore
Speel niet met m'n hart

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DALIDA
Lazzarelle (Lazzarella) - Buenas noches mi amor
Scusami - Oh ! la la (Chella 'lla)

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DALIDA
Gondolier (With all my heart) - Le jour ou la pluie viendra
J'écoute chanter la brise - Pardon (El reloj)

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DALIDA
Les gitans - Melodie perdue
Marchande de fruits - Rendez-vous au Lavendou

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DALIDA
Come prima (Tu me donnes)  - Tu m'étais destiné (You are my destiny)
Piccolissima serenata (Du moment qu'on s'aime) - Si je revivre un jour ma vie

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DALIDA
Amstramgram - Hava naguila
Guitare et tambourin - Des millions de larmess

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DALIDA
Ciao ciao bambina (Piove) - Ce serait dommage
Tout l'amour (Passion flower) - La fille aux pieds nus

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DALIDA
La chanson d'Orphée - Je te tendrai les bras
Mes frères (Manhattan spiritual) - Love in Portofino (A San Cristina)

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DALIDA
T'aimer follement (Makin' love) - Mon amour oublie
Elle, lui et l'autre - Va petite etoile

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DALIDA
Les enfants du Pirée - C'est un jour a Napels
Le bonheur (Hassapico nostalgique) - Pilou pilou pilou he

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DALIDA
Romantica - Le petit clair de lune (Tintarella di luna)
Dans les rues de Bahia (Too much tequila) - De grenade a Seville

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DALIDA
Itsi bitsi, petit bikini (Itsy bitsy teenee weenie) - Bras dessus, bras dessous (Why)
O sole mio - Ni chaud, ni froid (Johnny kissed a girl)

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DALIDA
Douce nuit, Sainte nuit - Noel blanc (White Christmas)
Petit Papa Noel - Vive le vent

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DALIDA
Les marrons chauds - La joie d'aimer (Unforgiven)
Ciao, ciao, mon amour - Garde-moi la derniere danse (Save the last dance for me)

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DALIDA
Protégez-moi seigneur (Podoroso senor) - Tu peux la prendre (You can have her)
Avec une poignee de terre (A hundred pounds of clay) - Comme une symphonie (Come sinfonia)

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DALIDA
Je l'attends (King of clowns) - Que sont devenues les fleurs (Where have all the flowers gone)
Le jour le plus long - Petit elephant twist (Baby elephant walk)

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DALIDA
Amore scusami - La valse des vacances
Je n'ai jamais pu t'oublier - Allo... tu m'entends ?

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DALIDA
Il silenzio (Bonsoir mon amour) - Scandale dans la famille
Le flamenco - Je ne dirai ni oui ni non

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DALIDA
Manuel Benitez "El Cordobes" - Toi pardonne-moi
Et... et... - Je crois mon coeur

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DALIDA
Si j'avais des millions - Tout le monde a sa chanson d'amour
Tzigane - Tout le monde sait (Everybody knows)

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DALIDA
Les violons de mon pays - Le vent n'a pas de memorie
Le sable de l'amour - Et poutant j'ai froid

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DALIDA
Milord
Romantica

SONOPRESSE - IS 45.721
DALIDA
Mein lieber herr
Nous sommes tous morts a vingt ans

ARIOLA - 45 110
DALIDA
Pepe
Die strasse des lebens

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DALIDA
Pepe
Die strasse des lebens

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DALIDA
Darla dirladada
Diable de temps

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DALIDA
Il silenzio
Un grosso scandalo

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DALIDA
Un grosso scandalo
Il silenzio

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DALIDA
A qui
Loin dans le temps
 
         

 


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DALIDA

Face 1: Garde moi la derniere danse (Save the last dance for me) - Dix mille bulles bleues (Le mille bolle blu) - Parlez moi d'amour - Je me sens vivre (Un uomo vivo) - Itsi bitsi petit bikini

Face 2: Pepe - La joie d'aimer (Unforgiven) - 24 Mille baisers (24 mila baci) - O sole mio - Les marrons chauds


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LES PLUS GRANDS SUCCÈS DE DALIDA

Face 1: Dans le blue du ciel blue (Nel blu di pinto di blu) - Le jour où la pluie viendra - Buenas noches mi amor - Tu n'as pas très bon caractère - Mélodie perdue - Je pars (Alone)

Face 2: Rendez-vous au Lavendou - Piccolissima serenata (Du moment qu'on s'aime) - Lazzarella - Calypso Italiano - Histoire d'un amour - Guitare et tambourin (Happy mandoline)

 

DALIDA (ARTIST BIOGRAPHY)

Dalida (January 17, 1933 - May 3, 1987) was an Egyptian-born singer, of Italian origin, making her career in France. She received 55 golden records and was the first songstress to get a diamond disc

Born Yolande Christina Gigliotti of Italian parents in Shoubra, a district of Cairo, Egypt, she was the child of an [genre]opera[/genre] violinist and was given singing lessons at an early age. She developed into a beautiful young lady, and in 1954 she won the Miss Egypt beauty contest and immediately left for Paris, France, to pursue a career in motion pictures.

Despite her looks, her first films were less than successful, but she began performing in music halls and cabarets, singing in French, Italian, Arabic in which she was fluent, and other languages. Using the stage name, “Dalida”, she recorded songs, her second single titled “Bambino” brought instant fame. In 1957, she appeared at the Paris Olympia as the opening act for Charles Aznavour and later the same year for Gilbert Bécaud. She would go on to record in several languages, touring the globe including sold-out performances, in late-1978, at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

During her career, Dalida recorded 500 French songs, 200 of which were translated into Italian, and 300 into other languages. She sold more than 150 million albums world-wide, winning numerous awards, scoring more than 70 gold records. Yet, despite her fame and fortune, her personal life was difficult and filled with much drama and tragedy. In 1961 she married her mentor Lucien Morisse, but the marriage lasted only a few months when she left him for the painter Jean Sobieski (later the father of American actress Leelee Sobieski). A few years later, her still distraught ex-husband died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

In 1967 her new lover, the Italian singer, Luigi Tenco also took his own life and Dalida too attempted suicide. She was living with the flamboyant and less than reputable, Richard Chanfray (referred to as the Comte de St Germain) when he took his own life in July 1983. She recovered from these tragedies and continued to perform but by her own accounts, life had little meaning and she spent years searching for personal fulfillment, including traveling to Nepal to study the Hindu religion.

On May 3, 1987 she died as a result of an overdose of sleeping pills leaving behind a suicide note that said: “Life has become unbearable … forgive me.”

Dalida is buried in the Cimetière de Montmartre, Paris, her gilded life-size statue one of the most outstanding of the many sculpted works in the famous cemetery.

In 1997, the angle of the rues Girardon and Abreuvoir in the Butte Montmartre in Paris was inaugurated as “Place Dalida” and is where a life-size bust was erected to her memory. In 2001, the French government honored her memory with her image on a postage stamp.

 


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