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Lynda Lemay - Lynda Lemay album mp3
Vocal Jazz,French Pop,French,Jazz-Pop,Vocal Pop,Western European Traditions
  • Performer:
    Lynda Lemay
  • Title:
    Lynda Lemay
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Vocal Jazz,French Pop,French,Jazz-Pop,Vocal Pop,Western European Traditions
  • Date of release:
    1998
  • Recording date:
    June 13, 1991 - May 1, 1996
  • Duration:
    45:38
  • Recording location:
    Londres Au Studio Metropolis
  • Size FLAC version
    1830 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1600 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1695 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    277
  • Formats:
    AU DMF VOC WAV DXD ASF

Lynda Lemay (born 25 July 1966 in Portneuf, Quebec) is a Canadian francophone singer-songwriter. Through her mother she is a descendant of Zacharie Cloutier. After winning regional awards in 1989 she went to France and regularly tours in Quebec and France, including at the Paris Olympia. Her recording "Live" was nominated as one of the best-selling Francophone albums at the 2000 Juno Awards.

Acoustic Guitar – Lynda Lemay (tracks: 5, 7, 11 to 14, 16). Artwork – Maryse Morin. Cello – Christine Giguère. Engineer – Yves Daniel. Guitar – Yves Savard. Illustration – Bruce Roberts (6). Lyrics By, Music By – Lynda Lemay. Management – François Flamand. Mastered By – Nick Blagona. Mixed By – Claude Champagne (2), Luc Boivin. Mixed By – Hugo Trépanier. Percussion – Luc Boivin. Photography By – Stéphane De Bourgies. Piano, Backing Vocals – Louis Bernier. Producer – Luc Boivin.

Lynda Lemay, born 25 July 1966 in Portneuf, Quebec, is a Canadian francophone singer-songwriter. After winning regional awards in 1989 she went to France where her well-written and ironic texts about everyday life and society became almost instant classics.

ALBUM, TITLE: D?cibels et des silences. Release year, date: 2016. 1. ictus 1. audit qu'les femmes ?a aime les drames 2. on p?re, ton ennemi. Lynda Lemay - Feutres et pastels (LOSSLESS, 2013).

Lynda Lemay (born 25 July 1966 in Portneuf, Quebec) is a Canadian francophone singer-songwriter After winning regional awards in 1989 she went to France and regularly tours in Quebec and France, including at the Paris Olympia. Lynda Lemay during a concert in Carcassonne in July 2007. Background information. 25 July 1966 (age 52) Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.

Credits

Jean-Philippe Audin - Alto, Cello
François Barbeau - Stylist
Philippe Berrod - Clarinet
Christopher Bruckert - Violone
Yvan Cassar - Arranger, Digital Layout, Director, Piano
Etienne Colin - Mixing
Michele Deschamps - Violone
Gilles Donge - Violone
Jean Marie Ecay - Guitar
David Gabel - Violone
Françoise Gneri - Alto
Joël Grare - Percussion
Olivier Grimoin - Alto
Christophe Guiot - Violone
Cyrille Lacrouts - Cello
Frédèric Lagarde - Cello
Martin Laporte - Photography
Lynda Lemay - Composer, Primary Artist
Christophe Marais - Engineer
Véronique Marcel - Violone
Marie-Line Marolany - Choeurs
Yves Melon - Violone
Patrice Mondon - Violone
Nicolas Montazaud - Percussion
Arnaud Nuvolone - Violone
Laurent Philipp - Violone
Loïc Pontieux - Drums
Cathy Renoir - Choeurs
Thierry Rogen - Engineer, Mixing
Noëlle Santos - Alto
Patrice Tison - Guitar
Agnès Toussaint - Alto
Laurent Vernerey - Basse, Contrabass

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Je Voudrais Te Prendre Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 2:44
2 A l'Heure Qu'il Est Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 5:48
3 La Marmaille Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:52
4 Paul-Émile a des Fleurs Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 3:16
5 Les Filles Seules Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:31
6 Les Souliers Verts Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:14
7 Chaque Fois Que le Train Passe Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:32
8 Accrocher Mon Coeur Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 3:39
9 La Louve Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 3:28
10 Comme Si Tu Étais Moi Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:16
11 Pourquoi Tu Restes Lynda Lemay Lynda Lemay 4:18