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Paul Mauriat - Love Is Blue [Japan] (1986)

Paul Mauriat - Love Is Blue [Japan] (1986)

Artist: Paul Mauriat
Title Of Album: Love Is Blue [Japan]
Year Of Release: 1986 (1968)
Label (Catalog#): Philips [30PD-187]
Country: France
Genre: Instrumental Pop, Classical, Easy Listening
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Time: 48:44
Full Size: 354 MB | 135 MB (Scans)

French composer/conductor Paul Mauriat is a classically trained musician who decided to pursue a career in popular music. His first major success came in 1962, as a co-writer of the European hit "Chariot." In 1963, the song was given English lyrics, renamed "I Will Follow Him," and became a number one American hit for Little Peggy March. Mauriat is best remembered for his 1968 worldwide smash "Love Is Blue."


01. El Bimbo (02:35)
02. Penelope (03:59)
03. Love Is Blue (02:39)
04. Toccata (02:41)
05. Aranjuez (05:09)
06. El Condor Pasa (03:10)
07. La Chanson Pour Anna (02:49)
08. Nocturne (02:47)
09. Tombe La Neige (02:56)
10. Yesterday (02:33)
11. Let It Be (02:58)
12. Minuetto (02:24)
13. Pearl Fisher (03:14)
14. Sunny (02:39)
15. My Way (Comme D'Habitude) (02:57)
16. Bridge Over Troubled Water (03:06)

Paul Mauriat - Love Is Blue [Japan] (1986)

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4sure   User offline   18 July 2015 06:12

Thanks a lot nfyz5! What a melodic style Paul had! See if you can also find one of his albums (compilation?) named "Dans Les Yeux D’Emilie" in lossless CD format. I have it in lossy (mp3) form. This album’s CD briefly appeared in ’90s, probably by Philips, but now seems to be out of production.

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