Sheila - Pour Sauver L'amour flac mp3
Album · 2012 · 1 Song. Released: 21 Sep 2012.
Listen to Sheila Pour sauver l'amour MP3 song. Pour sauver l'amour song from the album POUR SAUVER L'AMOUR is released on Sep 2012. The duration of song is 03:45. This song is sung by Sheila.
Sauver l'amour" is a 1985 song recorded by French singer Daniel Balavoine. It was the second single from his eighth and last album of the same name and was released posthumously in March 1986. It was a hit in France, although it was not as successful as the previous song, "L'Aziza". Single by Daniel Balavoine. from the album Sauver l'amour. Sauver l'amour" was covered in 2005 by Star Academy 5 (France) on its album Chante Daniel Balavoine. and also by Valérie Dall'Anese Track listings. She also fronted a disco act called Sheila and B. Devotion. Her stage name came from the title of her first release, a French cover version of "Sheila", a hit by Tommy Roe. Yann Dall'Aglio. Yann Dall'Aglio is a French philosopher and author, of Italian origin.
For Sheila's disco group (1977-1980), see Sheila (and) B. For German singer of the same name, see Sheila (German singer). For other uses, see Sheila. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. A brand new album "Solide" with 10 new songs was released in November 2012. Toutes Ces Vies" (2002). L'Amour Pour Seule Prière" (2006). Pour Sauver l'Amour" (digital download) (2012). as Sheila & Ringo. Les Gondoles à Venise" (1973) (as duo Sheila & Ringo).
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Sheila. 1- Sheila is the stage name of a French pop singer whose real name is Annie Chancel (she is not related to Jacques Chancel, the TV host). She was born on August 16, 1945 in Créteil. Sheila" was the title of her first release, which was a French cover version of the American hit by Tommy Roe. Sheila started her musical career in 1962, after being noticed by Claude Carrère, a French music producer and songwriter. This collaboration would last actively for over 20 years. It ended definitely in 1995 with a highly publicized lawsuit.
|1||Pour Sauver L'amour Patrick Lemaitre / Yves Martin||Sheila||3:46|
CreditsBruno Dandrimont - Director, Guitar
Patrick Lemaitre - Composer
Yves Martin - Composer, Director, Lyricist, Vocals
Sheila - Primary Artist
Taki - Vocals
Fred Wursten - Bass