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Louise Forestier - Lumière album mp3

Louise Forestier - Lumière album mp3
  • Performer:
    Louise Forestier
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  • Date of release:
    January 4, 2005
  • Recording date:
    December, 2002 - February, 2003
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    1282 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1603 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1887 megabytes
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Louise Forestier (born Louise Belhumeur on August 10, 1942) is a singer, songwriter and actress.

Louise Forestier (born Louise Belhumeur on August 10, 1943) is a singer, songwriter and actress. Born in Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada, Forestier was trained in acting at the National Theatre School in Montreal, but it was as a singer that she first became known in 1966, when she received the Renée Claude Trophy from Le Patriote, a boîte à chansons in east-end Montreal, and was named Discovery of the Year on the Radio-Canada TV program Jeunesse oblige.

Lindberg is an album by Robert Charlebois and Louise Forestier, released in 1968. The album was originally released as Robert Charlebois avec Louise Forestier, but came to be better known as Lindberg after its most famous and influential song.

Album · 2003 · 13 Songs. Québec Love, la Collection : Louise Forestier. L'histoire de Louise Forestier.

Louise Forestier Tracklist. 1. La prison de Londres Lyrics. 2. J'pense que c'est l'temps Lyrics. 11. Pourquoi chanter?

This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/130 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Forestier chante Louise. BPM Profile Forestier chante Louise. Album starts at 130BPM, ends at 77BPM (-53), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Louise Forestier.

Louise Forestier pour son album & à Tout Le Monde En Parle TLMEP. Louise Forestier, Pourquoi Chanter, Mont Royal 1975. Robert Charlebois Louise Forestier - Lindberg. Louise Forestier (Intégral)(Rare,1974). Pauline Julien Robert Charlebois et Louise Forestier à Jeunesse Oblige (1968) avec Louise Latraverse. Louise Forestier - Les Montréalais. Considered a classic of Quebec music, it was the first album Charlebois recorded after his visit to California in 1967


Justin Allard - Beat Box, Drums
Frédéric Beauséjour - Basse
Danielle Bérard - Photography
Jo Ann Bolduc - Artwork
Robert Charlebois - Composer
Michel Faubert - Voices
Pierre Flynn - Organ (Hammond)
Louise Forestier - Composer, Primary Artist
Normand Guilbault - Contrabass
Claude Lafrance - Composer
Robert Langlois - Assistant, Mixing
Daniel Lavoie - Composer
Claude Peloquin - Composer
Jacques Perron - Composer
Jim Rabchuck - Mastering
Daniel Thouin - Clavier, Mini Moog, Orgue Positif

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Californita Robert Charlebois Louise Forestier 4:57
2 Les Montrélais Louise Forestier / Claude Lafrance Louise Forestier 3:02
3 J'Pense Que C'est l'Temps Louise Forestier / Claude Lafrance Louise Forestier 3:06
4 Quand Té Pas Là Louise Forestier / Jacques Perron Louise Forestier 4:08
5 Merci ! Louise Forestier Louise Forestier 3:16
6 Lindberg Claude Peloquin Louise Forestier 6:31
7 On Est Bien Mieux Chez Vous Claude Lafrance / Jacques Perron Louise Forestier 4:01
8 Lumières Louise Forestier Louise Forestier 3:05
9 Motel Desert Inn Louise Forestier Louise Forestier 4:05
10 Ah Les Mots Les Mots ! Louise Forestier / Daniel Lavoie Louise Forestier 3:45
11 Pourquoi Chanter Jacques Perron Louise Forestier 4:18
12 La Saisie Louise Forestier Louise Forestier 3:17
13 La Dernière Enfance Louise Forestier 3:21