Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra - The Poor People Of Paris download album
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A1. The Poor People Of Paris (La Goualante De Pauvre Jean). Written-By – Monnot, Rouzaud. A2. Theme From " Helen Of Troy". Written-By – Max Steiner. A2: From the Warner Bros. Picture "Helen of Troy" B1: Inspired by the Paramount Picture B2: From the MGM Picture "Meet Me in Las Vegas". Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Les Baxter & His Chorus and Orchestra The Poor People of Paris (1956).
The Poor People of Paris. For some reason, Confetti is one of the more difficult Les Baxter records to find. It is not particularly exotic in that the tunes are from or about Europe (especially France). But three whistling tracks make it essential for the whistling-album collector, at least, if not the Les Baxter or easy-listening completist. Ricordate Marcellino" pays tribute to the whistling master Muzzy Marcellino. Les Baxter's chorus sings on several tracks. Fans of light-hearted "continental" (or dramatic orchestra) music and hopeless romantic types should enjoy it. - - Tony Wilds, Rovi. On his early-'50s singles Baxter was relatively straightforward, performing versions of standards like the number one hits "Unchained Melody" and "The Poor People of Paris," but on his albums he experimented with all sorts of world musics, adapting them for his orchestra.
Just got back from Paris, France All they do is sing and dance All they've got there is romance What a tragedy Every boulevard has lovers Every lover's in a trance The poor people of Paris. I feel sorry for the French Every guy has got a wench Every couple's got a bench Kissing shamelessly Night and day they're making music While they're making love in French The poor people of Paris. Milk or water from the sink Make a true Parisian shrink Wine is all he'll ever drink And it worries me For with wine as cheap as water Oh, it makes one stop and think The poor people.
The Poor People of Paris" is the English name of a popular song from France. The song was adapted by American songwriter Jack Lawrence in 1954, and he wrote English lyrics, which are considerably different from the French
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|A1||The Poor People Of Paris (La Goualante De Pauvre Jean)
Written-By – Monnot*, Rouzaud*
|A2||Theme From " Helen Of Troy"
Written-By – Max Steiner
|B1||The Trouble With Harry
Written-By – Huddleston*, Eiseman*, McIntyre*
|B2||If You Can Dream
Written-By – Brodszky*, Cahn*
NotesA2: From the Warner Bros. Picture "Helen of Troy"
B1: Inspired by the Paramount Picture
B2: From the MGM Picture "Meet Me in Las Vegas"
|EAP 1019||Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra*||The Poor People Of Paris (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP 1019||UK||1958|
|EAP 1-730||Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra*||The Poor People Of Paris (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP 1-730||Germany||1956|
|EAP 1-730||Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra*||The Poor People Of Paris (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP 1-730||US||1956|