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Lise Lemieux - La "Bolduc" album flac

  • Performer: Lise Lemieux
  • Album: La "Bolduc"
  • FLAC: 1770 mb | MP3: 1238 mb
  • Country: Canada
  • Style: Chanson
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Lise Lemieux - La "Bolduc" album flac

Tracklist

A1 La Pitoune
A2 Mon Vieux Est Jaloux
A3 La Morue
A4 Le Policeman
A5 La Côte Nord
B1 Les Américains
B2 Le Commerçant
B3 Le P'tit Bonhomme Avec L'nez Pointu
B4 Aux Chauffeurs D'automobiles
B5 Chez Ma Tante Gervais

Credits

  • Musician – L'Ensemble De Pierre Drapeau*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
14R-4 Lise Lemieux La "Bolduc" ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Reel 14R-4 Canada Unknown

Listen free to La Bolduc – La Bolduc (La Pitoune, Johnny Monfarleau and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).

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Lise Lemieux ‎– La "Bolduc". Label: Passe-Temps ‎– PST-24. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Mono.

She was known as Madame Bolduc or La Bolduc. During the peak of her popularity in the 1930s, she was known as the Queen of Canadian Folk Singers. Bolduc is often considered to be Quebec's first singer/songwriter. This is the life story of Mary Travers also known by her stage name of La Bolduc. Mary Rose-Anna Bolduc, née Travers, was a musician and singer of French Canadian music See full summary .

6. Le Commerçant des Rues. 7. Si Les Saucisses Pouvaient Parler. 8. Rosée Cherche un Marie. 9. Ti-Noir a le Mal Imaginaire. 10. Chanson de La Bourgeoise.

5. Tout le Monde a La Grippe. 6. Quand J'Ai Vingt Ans. La Bolduc. Bien Vite C'est le Jour de l'An. Voilà le Père Noël Qui Nous Arrive.

Album · 2007 · 20 Songs. 25 succès inoubliables de la Bolduc, Vol. 1. 1990. 3. 2. Ben vite, c'est le jour de l'an.

Lise Thériault (born January 7, 1966 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Quebec politician. She is a Member of the National Assembly of Quebec representing the riding of Anjou–Louis-Riel in Montreal. She was the Deputy Premier of Quebec and Minister for the Status of Women in the Couillard government.

Odide Lemieux was born in 1825, at birth place, to Francois Lemieux and Marguerite Lemieux (born Gagnon). Francois was born on August 21 1786, in St-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Québec. Marguerite was born on January 18 1797, in Montréal, Quebec, Canada. Odide had 10 siblings: Godefrey Lemieux, Marie Francois Lemieux and 8 other siblings. Odide passed away on month day 1906, at age 81 at death place. Odide Bolduc (born Lemieux) Odide Bolduc (born Lemieux). Odide Bolduc (born Lemieux) was born to Francois Lemieux and Marguertie Lemieux (born Gagon). Odide married Jacques Bolduc