Monsieur Mirliton - Le Mirliton album flac
|A1||Le Mirliton (chanté)||2:50|
|A2||Le Mirliton (orchestre)||2:40|
|B1||Le Mirliton (chanté)||2:40|
|B2||Le Mirliton (orchestre)||2:50|
- Composed By – Christopher Joe Beard, Geoff Bowyer
- Directed By – Christian Gaubert
- Lyrics By – Jean Albertini
Notes"Avec l'aimable concours de Jean-Pierre Orfino" (who is probably "singing" on this record)
French cover of Purple Gang's "Granny takes a trip"
|71176M||Monsieur Mirliton||Le Mirliton (7", EP)||Barclay||71176M||France||1967|
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Monsieur Mirliton – Le Mirliton. Label: Barclay – 71176.
Un rock pêchu fait à la main qui raconte l'histoire d'une fleuriste amoureuse d'un mirliton - A handmade punchy rock song that tells the story of a florist.
Mirliton may refer to: Chayote or mirliton (French Creole – also mirleton), a pear-shaped vegetable or its vine. Mirliton is the French Louisiana name for Chayote (Sechium edule). Mirliton, a comic book cat character created by Raymond Macherot and Raoul Cauvin. Eunuch flute (also known as mirliton), a type of membranophone. Le Mirliton, a Paris cabaret opened in 1885 by Aristide Bruant. Mirliton (military), a tall hat worn by hussars and other light cavalrymen in the 18th century.
Le Mirliton Traiteur, ST LAURENT DE COGNAC.
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Coined as a nonce to advertise a new women's bonnet, mirliton came to be applied to any trifle or trinket before acquiring several specific meanings. Compare the English word folderol. mirliton (plural mirlitons). A pear-shaped vegetable or its vine; the chayote. 1988, Rosalind Creasy, Cooking from the garden (page 141)