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"Save Your Kisses For Me" by Brotherhood of Man - This song represented the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 1976 & won the competition. I have always liked it since. :-) Listening to it has made my heart be shiny and feel joyfull. Nice pop song! So 70's & so British!


Save Your Kisses For Me - Brotherhood of Man | Full HD |

MANAU - J'ai Laissé là bas - clip officiel - French band whose music mixes Breton cultural background with rap sound. I've still been a fan since their very beginning in 1998. This song tells about mirages linked to fame and glory when you are a young artist and all the negative consequences that can occur... but avoided by the singer thanks to love and maturity. This song is obviously autobiographical, what makes it be very special and true.

MANAU - J'ai Laissé là bas - clip officiel 1080p

DELTA QUEEN (PH Vol. 05) HQ - I didn't know this song of 1972 before I found out this Pop Hits cover. I've listened to Proudfoot & Kings of Mississipi's versions but I really prefer this one. :-)

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Francesca Michielin – "Nessun grado di separazione" + lyrics - My favourite song in Eurovision Song Contest 2016 was by far this one: the tune & the words telling about a spiritual awakening, a topic that is rare at ESC, carried my heart away. I voted for this song. It only ranked 16th at the Grand Final... amazingly!

DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART (PH Vol. 29) HQ - A wonderful cover of a great hit single from 1976 as good as the original one. It seems that Elton John & Kiki Dee are singing there. I chose this version because I still do like the Pop Hits LP collection that conveys the true spirit of the 70's so well.


Sortie en 1979, "Boulevard de l'Océan" qui parle des mirages d'Hollywood qui leurrent nombre de jeunes acteurs est une des plus belles chansons de Gérard Lenorman, sur un texte d'Etienne Roda-Gil et une musique de J.P. Bourtayre.