Danyel gérard - les roses sont fanées - Danyel Gérard une rose blanche - YouTube


After enjoying a major hit with the French version of Pat Boone 's " Speedy Gonzales " ("Le petit Gonzalès"), despite competition from a version by Dalida, in 1963 he became to the first signing to the new Disc AZ label, issuing two further EPs for them before unleashing his best recording of the period, a revival of Chuck Berry's " Memphis, Tennessee ". Further hits followed but by the mid-sixties his star had waned and he moved into record production, most notably for Michel Corringe. He returned in 1970 with the French hit "Même un clown" but his international breakthrough came in 1971 with " Butterfly ", [3] which he recorded in several languages and which has sold seven million copies. [4] It charted across Europe, reaching #1 in Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, and France, #5 in the Netherlands, and #10 in the UK; [5] in the US it peaked at #78. It was awarded a gold disc by the Recording Industry Association of America . [6] It has since became a pop standard, and was also used in the film The Mad Aunts Strike Out .


Danyel Gérard - Les Roses Sont FanéesDanyel Gérard - Les Roses Sont FanéesDanyel Gérard - Les Roses Sont FanéesDanyel Gérard - Les Roses Sont Fanées


tg.picturewatches.info