Diane Dufresne ‎– Maman Si Tu M'Voyais - 1977 Pop Vocal (vinyl)


Diane Dufresne ‎– Maman Si Tu M'Voyais - 1977 Pop Vocal (vinyl)

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Diane Dufresne, CM CQ (born 30 September 1944 in MontrealQuebecCanada) is a French Canadian singer and painter, and is known for singing a large repertoire of popular Québec songs.

Dufresne lived in Paris from 1965 to 1967 where she studied voice with Jean Lumière and dramatic art with Françoise Rosay. While there, she performed in noted boîtes à chansons such as l'Écluse, l'Échelle de Jacob, and le Caveau de la Bolée.

On her return to Montreal, she began a collaboration with composer François Cousineau, and lyricist Luc Plamondon.

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~  9 slight general wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side # 1  -10
Side # 2 - 10 amazing shape !!

bin # 143

Label:Barclay ‎– 80270
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album 


A1 Vingtième Etage 4:55
A2 La Main De Dieu 6:29
A3 Les Femmes D'Aujourd'hui 3:05
A4 Laissez Passer Les Clowns 6:45
B1 Hollywood Freak 3:33
B2 Ma Vie C'Est Ma Vie 4:24
B3 Duodadieu 7:13
B4 La Vérité 6:17

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