- Performer:Sandra Beaucicault
- Title:Ede'm Loue
- Recording location:Mario Sound Lab Recording Studio, Roosevelt, NY
- Size FLAC version1646 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1787 megabytes
- Size WMA version1479 megabytes
- Formats:AA AC3 VOX VOC MP4 MP1
Rainy Day. Relaxation.
The Loue is a river of eastern France, a left tributary of the Doubs, which it joins downstream of Dole. Its source is a karst spring in the Jura mountains near Ouhans, which at least partly receives its water from the Doubs. This connection with the Doubs was only discovered in 1901 when a spillage from the Pernod factory into the Doubs was transmitted into the Loue. The Loue flows through the following departments and towns: Doubs: Ornans, Quingey.
The Art of Love is the eighth studio album by German singer Sandra. The album was released in February 2007 and debuted at number 16 on the German album chart. Three singles were released from the album, although none with a music video. Michael Cretu produced her seven previous albums, but The Art of Love was produced by Jens Gad, Michael Cretu's "right hand man".
Mirrors is the second studio album from German singer Sandra, released in 1986. The album was produced by Michael Cretu and Armand Volker. It reached in Germany, in Norway, in Sweden and in Switzerland. Producer Michael Cretu used more of the writing and singing talents of Hubert Kemmler (who was already a popular singer in Germany under the name of Hubert Kah). The song "Don't Cry (The Breakup of the World)" was written in reaction to the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.
Sandra Ann Lauer, commonly known under her stage name Sandra (German pronunciation: ; born 18 May 1962), is a German pop singer who enjoyed a mainstream popularity in the 1980s and early 1990s with a string of European hit singles, produced by her then-husband and musical partner, Michael Cretu, most notably "(I'll Never Be) Maria Magdalena" (1985), "In the Heat of the Night" (1985), "Everlasting Love" (1987), "Secret Land" (1988), "Hiroshima" (1990) and "Don't Be Aggressive" (1992)
CreditsSandra Beaucicault - Composer, Primary Artist
|1||Ede'm Loue Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||5:47|
|2||Li Pran Lanmo Li Ban'm La VI Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||2:39|
|3||Li Konn Leve Defi Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||3:54|
|4||Mwen We Male Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||3:12|
|5||Som 124||Sandra Beaucicault||1:38|
|6||ABA Divos Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||4:16|
|7||Som 24||Sandra Beaucicault||2:03|
|8||Le Sabba Rive Sandra Beaucicault||Sandra Beaucicault||2:48|
|9||Psaumes 6||Sandra Beaucicault||1:43|
|10||Psaumes 23||Sandra Beaucicault||2:21|