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Adamo - À La Place Des Arts album flac

  • Performer: Adamo
  • Album: À La Place Des Arts
  • FLAC: 1449 mb | MP3: 1679 mb
  • Released: 1968
  • Country: Canada
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  • Format: MPC AAC MP2 AU APE MP1 ADX
Adamo - À La Place Des Arts album flac


Indicatif : A Vot' Bon Coeur 0:20
Sont-ce Vos Bijoux? 2:55
Dis Ma Muse 3:36
J'ai Tant De Rêves Dans Mes Baggages 3:07
Histoire De Clou 2:53
Et Tu N'es Plus Là 4:14
Notre Roman 3:11
Le Néon 2:59
Mademoiselle Vous 2:13
Le Ruisseau De Mon Enfance 3:35
Il Y A Juste Un An 3:37
L'amour Te Ressemble 3:56
Inch' Allah 4:58


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SKAO 70.019 Adamo À La Place Des Arts ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Capitol Records SKAO 70.019 Canada 1968
SM 70.043 Adamo A La Place Des Arts ‎(LP, Album, RE) Capitol Records SM 70.043 Canada 1976

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Humblement mais dignement.

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