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L'Américain: Chicken Liver Mousse and Too Much Gin

Dili is a small town and at some point, you will know everyone and their uncle who works at this international organization or is related to some minister of something. 712 more words


Pause de l’après-midi du vendredi 20 février 2015 / Reprises en Q

1. Serge Gainsbourg – Je Pense Queue (Serge Gainsbourg)
2. Weepers Circus – Quatre-Vingt-Quinze Pour Cent (Georges Brassens)
3. Zizi Jeanmaire – Quand ça balance (Serge Gainsbourg) 58 more words


Un Cabu extraordinaire - Saluer la mémoire de Jean Cabut

Dessinateurs, humoristes, chanteurs, musiciens et personnalités politiques viennent saluer la mémoire de Jean Cabut:

Un Cabu extraordinaire – Saluer la mémoire de Jean Cabut


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La Mer - Charles Trenet

My musical tour of Europe continues on its random path, I heard this on the radio recently and thought it would be perfect to include while looking at the music of France. 196 more words


Old Acquaintances and Jazz on the Rocks

And so we come to the end of 2014, Jazzbabies. And I thank you all for tuning in with me to what I hope were some tunes and stories you enjoyed. 545 more words


La Mer by Charles Trénet

A beautiful song composed in 1943 by Charles Trenet, and sung by him on this recording made in 1946. Strangely, he delayed recording this song because he didn’t think it would be popular, yet it became his greatest hit.  Nice images too!


Coup de Coeur: A festival with a mission

Alain Chartrand, founder of the Coup de Coeur Francophone festival, opened his attaché case and revealed his latest honour: a Félix Award for best event of 2013. 859 more words

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