This day (October 11, 1963), in Plascassier, died Édith Piaf, a French singer.
1 . La Foule (1962)
2 . Non, je ne regrette rien (1961)
3 . Milord (1959)
4 . La Vie En Rose (1956)
5 . La vida en rosa (1955)
6 . L’Accordeoniste (1954)
7 . Padam Padam
Edith Piaf Top 10 :
La vie en rose . Non, je ne regrette rien . Milord . Padam Padam . La foule . Sous le ciel de Paris . Mon Dieu . Hymne à l’amour . L’Accordéoniste . La Vie, l’amour .
Wikipedia : This day (October 11, 1963), in Plascassier, died Édith Piaf, a French singer.
@IMDB : Piaf later toured the United States to branch out internationally. America was slow to accept the melodramatic Piaf but she persevered and eventually won legions of fans. She also continued a series of affairs with the likes of actor Paul Meurisse, composer Henry Contet and, most notably, boxing champion Marcel Cerdan.
@allmusic : She is almost universally regarded as France’s greatest popular singer. Still revered as an icon decades after her death, the Sparrow served as a touchstone for virtually every chansonnier, male or female, who followed her.
@last.fm : Despite the numerous biographies, many facts and events of Édith’s life are shrouded in mystery. She was born Édith Giovanna Gassion in Belleville, Paris, France, the high-immigration district later described by Daniel Pennac.
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