“Édith Piaf Encores” by Édith Piaf - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1951Album Chart of the Decade: 1950s

TJR says

The second of three new music albums from Édith Piaf in 1951 – all tracks were new to her LP discography, and were recorded between 1949 and 1951. The lady herself has a hand in three of the compositions, including two of the better tracks, with the film-esque drama of “La P’tite Marie” and the Dietrich-esque “Don’t Cry”, which is sassily sung in English and very much gets away with it. “No use to regret” advises our leading lady. A recurring theme in her repertoire…

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A1 [03:19] 4.9.png Édith Piaf and Marcel Jiteau - Chante Moi (Édith Giovanna Gassion, Mack David) Crooner / Cabaret
A2 [03:26] 4.4.png Édith Piaf - L’Orgue Des Amoureux (André Varel, Charly Bailly, Francis Carco) Crooner / Cabaret
A3 [03:19] 5.3.png Édith Piaf - La P’tite Marie (Marguerite Monnot, Édith Giovanna Gassion) Crooner / Cabaret
A4 [02:45] 6.5.png Édith Piaf - Don’t Cry (Eddie Constantine, Édith Giovanna Gassion) Crooner / Cabaret
B1 [03:26] 4.9.png Édith Piaf - Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert, Johnny Mercer) Crooner / Cabaret
B2 [03:14] 4.0.png Édith Piaf - C’est Un Gars (Charles Aznavour, Pierre Roche) Crooner / Cabaret
B3 [03:19] 4.7.png Édith Piaf - Le Ciel Est Fermé (Marguerite Monnot, Henri Contet) Crooner / Cabaret
B4 [04:39] 5.9.png Édith Piaf - My Lost Melody (Marguerite Monnot, Harold Rome, Raymond Asso) Crooner / Cabaret
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