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Josephine Baker acc. by Le Jazz du Poste Parisien
Josephine Baker acc. by Le Jazz du Poste ParisienThese songs are from Josèphine Baker’s second film “ZouZou”. The film was directed by Marc Allégret in 1934. It was her first talkie and Jean Gabin was her costar. Baker had previously appeared in the silent film “La Sirène des Tropiques” in 1927.

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
C’est Luii! – Blues
(Pour moi y’a qu’un homme dans Paris)

(from the French Film “Zouzou”)

(Roger Bernstein / Georges Van Parys)
11-1934 Paris, France Columbia
DF 1623
Columbia
4112-M
Haiti
(from the French Film “Zouzou”)

(G. Koger / Vincent Scotto)
11-1934 Paris, France Columbia
DF 1623
Columbia
4112-M

Josephine Baker acc. by Le Jazz du Poste Parisien

Artist Instrument
Josephine Baker Vocals
Al Romans Director
unknown Orchestra

 

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