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David Christie - Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (1981)

David Christie – Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (For A Girl Somewhere), 7″ Single (1981)

The Eurovision song contest is almost upon us, but did you know that David Christie entered the song contest in the French 1st semi-finales way back in 1981?  160 more words

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Remembering David Christie (1948 –1997)

David Christie (Jacques Pépino) (1st January 1948 – 11th May 1997)

This week marks the 18th anniversary of the passing of great singer/songwriter David Christie. David Christie (Jacques Pépino) was born in 1948 of French and Italian origin. 429 more words

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David Christie - The Ballads Collection (Fan Playlist)

Hi everyone! I hope you all enjoyed listening to my playlist in the previous post titled “David Christie – Let’s All Dance“. Well, I hope you’ll enjoy my next playlist which is a collection of David Christie’s love songs titled “ 209 more words

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David Christie - Let's All Dance! (Fan Playlist)

For your listening pleasure, I have made a dance playlist of David Christie’s songs compiled from some of his albums on Spotify. Have a great weekend and week ahead everyone! 274 more words

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Traumton Feat. David Christie - Saddle Up (Crazibiza Remixes) EP (2015)

In February of this year, the Techno dance band Traumton released a 3-track single of Deep House mixes of David Christie’s international smash hit “Saddle Up”. 273 more words

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David Christie - Fairweather Woman (1977)

David Christie – Fairweather Woman (7″ Vinyl Single, 1977)

Enjoy these two great tracks from David Christie’s 1977 album “Love Is The Most Important Thing”: “Fairweather Woman” and “C’est La Vie”. 119 more words

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Julien Jaouen and Various Artists - BIS (Movie Soundtrack) (2015)

“BIS” Movie Soundtrack (Limited Edition Vinyl Album, 2015)

Last month a new French comedy movie directed by Dominique Farrugia was released in France titled “Bis”.  “Bis” tells the story of two childhood friends who are now in their 40’s, played by Franck Dubosc and Kad Merad, who accidentally time-travel back to the 1980’s – see below to watch the trailer (French language only)! 176 more words

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