Various ‎– 20 Ans De Succès

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RCA ‎– 81-SM
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10 × Vinyl, LP
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1944-1945
A1 Los Indios Tabajaras Amor Amor
Written-By – Ruiz*
A2 Simone Langlois Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Ah! Le Petit Vin Blanc
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Borel-Clerc*, Dréjac*
A3 Juan Ramirez Et Son Orchestre Featuring Joy Marteli Besame Mucho
Conductor – Juan Ramirez (2)Vocals – Joy MarteliWritten-By – Velazquez*
A4 Joséphine Baker* Accompanied By Jean Claudric Et Son Orchestre Fleur De Paris
Conductor – Claudric*Written-By – Bourtayre*, Vandair*
A5 Les Brown Et Son Nouvel Orchestre* Sentimental Journey
Written-By – Homer*, Green*Written-By, Conductor – Lee Brown*
A6 Maurice Chevalier Accompanied By Caravelli Et Son Orchestre* Paris Tour Eiffel
Conductor – CaravelliWritten-By – Emer*
B1 Jean Sablon Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Symphonie
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Alstone*, Tabet*
B2 Chucho Zarzosa Et Son Orchestre* Brazil
Conductor – Chucho ZarzosaWritten-By – Ary Barroso
B3 Trio Musette De Paris On Prend L'Café Au Lait Au Lit
Written-By – Frédo Gardoni, Pierre Dudan
B4 Simone Langlois Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Pigalle
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Georges Ulmer, Koger*
B5 Frank Sinatra Accompanied By Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Laura
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Raksin*
B6 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Les Trois Cloches
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Villard*
1946-1947
C1 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* La Vie En Rose
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Piaf*, Louiguy
C2 Jean Sablon Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre La Mer
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Trenet*
C3 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Bahia
Conductor – Wally StottWritten-By – Barroso*
C4 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Ramuntcho
Conductor – André GrassiWritten-By – Rodor*, Scotto*
C5 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Mademoiselle Hortensia
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Plante*, Louiguy
C6 Bernard Alvi Accompanied By Jo Boyer Et Son Orchestre La Belle De Cadix
Conductor – Jo BoyerWritten-By – Lopez*, Vandair*
D1 Jean Claude Pascal* Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre C'est Si Bon
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Hornez*, Betti*
D2 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Clopin-Clopant
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Coquatrix*, Dudan*
D3 Alain Barrière Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Les Feuilles Mortes
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Prévert*, Kosma*
D4 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Douce France
Conductor – André GrassiWritten-By – Trenet*
D5 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Le Petit Rat
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Lafarge*, Kubnick*
D6 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Avec Son Tralala
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Lopez*
1948-1949
E1 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* La Seine
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Monod*, Lafarge*
E2 Maurice Chevalier Accompanied By Caravelli Et Son Orchestre* À Paris
Conductor – CaravelliWritten-By – Lemarque*
E3 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Ma Guépière Et Mes Longs Jupons
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Plante*, Livingstone*
E4 Hubert Degex Et Son Orchestre Les Jeunes Filles De Bonne Famille
Conductor – Hubert DegexWritten-By – Lafarge*
E5 Anne Sandrine Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Mademoiselle De Paris
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Contet*, Durand*
E6 Pierre Fleta Accompanied By Jo Boyer Et Son Orchestre Boléro
Conductor – Jo BoyerWritten-By – Contet*, Durand*
F1 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Le Troisième Homme
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Karas*
F2 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Avril Au Portugal
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Larue*, Ferrao*
F3 Raymond Bohr* Un Poème
Organ [Theatre] – Raymond Bohr*Written-By – Fibich*
F4 Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlan* La Raspa
Written-By [Folklore] – Traditional
F5 Mireille (2) Accompanied By Léo Chauliac Et Son Orchestre Une Demoiselle Sur Une Balançoire
Conductor – Léo ChauliacWritten-By – Nohain*, Mireille (2)
F6 James Walker Et Son Orchestre* Les Cavaliers Du Ciel
Conductor, Leader [Chorus Directed By] – James Walker (3)Written-By – Jones*
1950-1951
G1 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Hymne À L’Amour
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Piaf*, Monnot*
G2 Jean Claudric Et Son Orchestre Paris-Canaille
Conductor – Jean ClaudricWritten-By – Ferré*
G3 Hill Bowen Et Son Orchestre* Gigi
Conductor – Hill BowenWritten-By – Frederick Loewe
G4 Alain Barrière Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Domino
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Plante*, Ferrari*
G5 Perez Prado Et Son Orchestre* Cerisiers Roses Et Pommiers Blancs
Conductor – Perez PradoWritten-By – Larue*, Louiguy
G6 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A* La Ronde
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Straus*
H1 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Étoile Des Neiges
Conductor – André GrassiWritten-By – Winkler*, Plante*
H2 Jean Claudric Et Son Orchestre Padam... Padam
Conductor – Jean ClaudricWritten-By – Glanzberg*
H3 Joe Reisman Et Son Orchestre* Sous Le Ciel De Paris
Conductor – Joe ReismanWritten-By – Giraud*, Dréjac*
H4 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre L’Âme Des Poètes
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Trenet*
H5 Jack Ledru Et Son Orchestre Comme Un P'tit Coquelicot
Conductor – Jack LedruWritten-By – Valéry*, Asso*
H6 Hubert Degex Et Son Orchestre Fleur De Papillon
Conductor – Hubert DegexWritten-By – Constantin*
1952-1953
I1 Maurice Chevalier Accompanied By Caravelli Et Son Orchestre* Le Gamin D'Paris
Conductor – CaravelliLyrics By – Marès*Music By – Micheyl*
I2 Germaine Montero Accompanied By Georges Van Parys Et Son Orchestre La Complainte Des Infidèles
Conductor – Georges Van ParysWritten-By – Rim*, Van Parys*
I3 Malcolm Lockyer Et Son Orchestre* Deux Petits Chaussons
Conductor – Malcolm LockyerWritten-By – Chaplin*
I4 Simone Langlois Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Le Pont Mirabeau
Conductor – Armand MigianiLyrics By – Apollinaire*Written-By – Ferré*
I5 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Les Amoureux Du Havre
Conductor – André GrassiWritten-By – Ferré*
I6 Tohama Accompanied By Jerry Van Lee Et Son Orchestre Ma Petite Folie
Conductor – Jerry Van LeeWritten-By – Merrill*, Plante*
J1 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Moulin Rouge
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Auric*
J2 Malcolm Lockyer Et Son Orchestre* Si Toi Aussi Tu M'Abandonnes
Conductor – Malcolm LockyerWritten-By – Tiomkin*
J3 Marjane* Accompanied By Pierre Spiers Et Son Orchestre Les Croix
Conductor – Pierre SpiersWritten-By – Bécaud*, Amade*
J4 Orchestre Philharmonique Royal* Tango Bleu
Conductor – Gilbert VinterWritten-By – Anderson*
J5 Trio Musette De Paris Printemps D'Alsace
Written-By – Ledrich*
J6 Adrien Mares Et Son Orchestre Mes Mains
Conductor – Adrien Mares (2)Written-By – Bécaud*
1954-1955
K1 The Three Suns La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean
Written-By – Monnot*
K2 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Le Grisbi
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Wiener*
K3 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Coin De Rue
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Trenet*
K4 Charley Bazin Complainte De La Butte
Written-By – Van Parys*
K5 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* La Fontaine Des Amours
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Styne*
K6 Sergio Franchi Accompanied By Henri René Et Son Orchestre* Arrivederci Roma
Conductor – Henri RenéWritten-By – Sigman*, Rascel*
L1 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Les Lavandières Du Portugal
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Popp*, Lucchesi*
L2 Ronnie Ogden Et Son Orchestre* I Love Paris
Conductor – Ronnie OgdenWritten-By – Cole Porter
L3 Annie Gould* Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre La Prière
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Jammes*, Brassens*
L4 Hill Bowen Et Son Orchestre* La Strada
Conductor – Hill BowenWritten-By – Rota*
L5 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Mon Cœur Est Un Violon
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Richepin*, Laparcerie*
L6 Suzy Solidor Accompanied By Freddy Balta Et Son Orchestre* C’est À Hambourg
Conductor, Accordion – Freddy BaltaWritten-By – Delecluse*, Monnot*, Senlis*
1956-1957
M1 Robert Bentley Et Son Orchestre* Étranger Au Paradis
Conductor – Robert BentleyWritten-By – Forrest*, Wright*
M2 Guylaine Guy Accompanied By Jean Leccia Et Son Orchestre Le Jour Où La Pluie Viendra
Conductor – Jean LecciaWritten-By – Bécaud*, Amade*, Delanoë*
M3 Robert Mendell Et Son Orchestre My Fair Lady: «On The Street Where You Live»
Conductor – Robert MendellWritten-By – Loewe*
M4 Caroline Cler Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Bal Chez Temporel
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Hardellet*, Béart*
M5 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Le Tour Du Monde
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Young*
M6 Jacqueline Dorian Accompanied By Jo Boyer Et Son Orchestre Irma La Douce: «Avec Les Anges»
Conductor – Jo BoyerWritten-By – Breffort*, Monnot*
N1 Carlo Savina Et Son Orchestre* Bambino
Conductor – Carlo SavinaWritten-By – Fanciulli*
N2 Jean Claude Pascal* Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Julie La Rousse
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Lafforgue*
N3 Len Stevens Et Son Orchestre* West Side Story: Tonight
Conductor – Len StevensWritten-By – Bernstein*
N4 Yvette Giraud Accompanied By Marc Herrand Et Son Orchestre Marjolaine
Conductor – Marc HerrandWritten-By – Lemarque*, Revil*
N5 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* La Foule
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Cabral*
N6 Odette Laure Accompanied By Albert Lasry Et Son Orchestre Tout Ça Parc' Qu'au Bois D' Chaville
Conductor – Albert LasryWritten-By – Rolland*, Destailles*
1958-1959
O1 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Milord
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Monnot*
O2 Mario Lanza Accompanied By Carlo Savina Et Son Orchestre* Come Prima
Conductor – Carlo SavinaWritten-By – Taccani*, Panzeri*, Di Paola*
O3 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* L'Eau Vive
Conductor – Ken ThorneWritten-By – Béart*
O4 Renée Passeur Mon Manège À Moi
Piano – Jean ChabotWritten-By – Constantin*, Glanzberg*
O5 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Les Marchés De Provence
Conductor – André GrassiWritten-By – Bécaud*, Amade*
O6 Perez Prado Et Son Orchestre* Historia De Un Amor
Conductor – Perez PradoWritten-By – Almaran*
P1 Joe Reisman Et Son Orchestre* Petite Fleur
Conductor – Joe ReismanWritten-By – Bechet*
P2 Guylaine Guy Accompanied By Jean Leccia Et Son Orchestre Dans Le Bleu Du Ciel Bleu: « Volare »
Conductor – Jean LecciaWritten-By – Modugno*, Larue*
P3 Frankie Carle Son Piano Et Son Orchestre* Les Enfants Du Pirée
Conductor, Piano – Frankie CarleWritten-By – Hadjidakis*
P4 Josette Privat Accompanied By Hubert Degex Et Son Orchestre Qu’on Est Bien
Conductor – Hubert DegexWritten-By – Béart*
P5 Reda Caire Accompanied By Jacques Loussier Et Son Orchestre Le Temps Du Tango
Conductor – Jacques LoussierWritten-By – Caussimon*, Ferré*
P6 Charley Bazin C'est D'La Musique
Written-By – Glanzberg*
1960-1961
Q1 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien
Written-By – Dumont*
Q2 Dany Dauberson Accompanied By Jean Claudric Et Son Orchestre L'Absent
Conductor – Jean ClaudricWritten-By – Bécaud*, Amade*
Q3 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Le Bleu De L'Été
Conductor – Hill BowenWritten-By – Tiomkin*
Q4 Jean Ferrat Accompanied By Milton Lewis Et Son Orchestre Ma Môme
Conductor – Milton LewisWritten-By – Ferrat*, Frachet*
Q5 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Exodus
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Gold*
Q6 Dany Dauberson Accompanied By Jean Claudric Et Son Orchestre Paname
Written-By – Ferré*
R1 Hill Bowen Et Son Orchestre* Les Sept Mercenaires
Conductor – Hill BowenWritten-By – Bernstein*
R2 Ken Thorne Et Son Orchestre* Le Tourbillon
Written-By – Bassiak*
R3 Alain Barrière Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Cathy
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Barrière*
R4 Martha Reeves And The Vandellas* Mondo Cane: «More»
Written-By – Oliviero*, Newell*, Ortolani*
R5 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* La Dolce Vita
Conductor – Hill BowenWritten-By – Rota*
R6 Ray Thomas Et Son Orchestre Al-Di-La
Conductor – Ray Thomas (2)Written-By – Mogol
1962-1963
S1 Pete King Et Son Orchestre* Et Maintenant
Conductor – Pete King (2)Written-By – Bécaud*, Delanoë*
S2 Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Nous Les Amoureux
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Datin*
S3 Chamaco Dominguez Et Son Orchestre* Desafinado
Conductor – Chamaco DominguezWritten-By – Jobim*
S4 Chamaco Dominguez Et Son Orchestre* Samba Sur Une Seule Note
Conductor – Chamaco DominguezWritten-By – Jobim*
S5 Lucien Attard Et Son Orchestre Clair De Lune A Maubeuge
Conductor – Lucien AttardWritten-By – Blondy*, Perrin*
S6 Norman Percival Et Son Orchestre* Le Lion Est Mort Ce Soir
Conductor – Norman PercivalWritten-By – Stanton*, Weiss*, Peretti*, Creatore*, Campbell*
T1 Les Trois Ménestrels Accompanied By André Grassi Et Son Orchestre Les Fiancés D'Auvergne
Lyrics By – Favereau*Music By – Verchuren*
T2 Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Dimanche À Orly
Written-By – Bécaud*, Delanoë*
T3 Frankie Carle Son Piano Et Son Orchestre* Dominique
Conductor – Frankie CarleWritten-By – Regney*, Soeur Sourire
T4 Alain Barrière Accompanied By Armand Migiani Et Son Orchestre Elle Était Si Jolie
Conductor – Armand MigianiWritten-By – Barrière*
T5 Warren Barker Et Son Orchestre* Les Incorruptibles
Conductor – Warren BarkerWritten-By – Riddle*
T6 Orchestre Symphonique R.C.A.* Charade
Conductor – Charles GerhardtWritten-By – Henry Mancini

Notes

B1 is the French title for Symphony.
D3 is the French title for Autumn Leaves.
F1 is the French title for The Third Man.
F3 is the French title for Poem.
F6 is the French title for Ghost Riders In The Sky.
H1 is the French title for Forever And Ever.
I3 is the French title for Limelight.
I6 is the French title for My Truly,Truly Fair.
J2 is the French title for High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me).
J4 is the French title for Blue Tango.
K5 is the French title for Three Coins In A Fountain.
M1 is the French title for Stranger In Paradise based on a theme by Borodin.
M5 is the French title for Around The World.
P3 is the French title for Children Of Piraeus (from Never On Sunday).
Q3 is the French title for Green Leaves Of Summer (from Alamo).
R1 is the French title for the Magnificent Seven.
S4 is the French title for Samba De Una Nota So (One Note Samba).
S6 is the French title for The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
T5 is the French title for The Untouchables.

Some of the label scans have incorrect or incomplete information, which is corrected in the booklet and on the cover of the release.

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