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Playlist of Josephine Baker

  • Joséphine Baker Jai deux amours | Archive INA


    18 avril 1968
    Joséphine BAKER chante en direct J'ai deux amours devant un décor de Tour Eiffel lumineuse. Elle porte une longue robe de music-hall et une coiffe en plumes. Émissions TV, Archive tv, Archive television, tv replay live, live music, french tv Images d'archive INA
    Institut National de l'Audiovisuel

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  • ♫ Josephine Baker ♪ Je Pars 1962 ♫ Video & Audio Restored HD


    Tele Ricordi (La TiVù che non c'è più) è il canale di flaniman

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  • Josephine Baker - Blue Skies - 1927 - Irving Berlin


    Josephine recorded her version in 1927. Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 -- April 12, 1975) was an American dancer, singer, and actress who found fame in her adopted homeland of France. Nicknamed the Bronze Venus, the Black Pearl, and even the Créole Goddess in anglophone nations. Blue Skies is a popular song, written by Irving Berlin in 1926.
    The song was composed in 1926 as a last minute addition to the Rodgers and Hart musical, Betsy. Although the show only ran for 39 performances, Blue Skies was an instant success, with audiences on opening night demanding 24 encores of the piece from star, Belle Baker.
    In 1927, the music was published and Ben Selvin's recorded version was a #1 hit. That same year, it became one of the first songs to be featured in a talkie, when Al Jolson performed it in The Jazz Singer. 1946 was also a notable year for the song, with a Bing Crosby/Fred Astaire film taking its title, and two recorded versions by Count Basie and Benny Goodman reaching #8 and #9 on the pop charts, respectively. Crossing genres, Willie Nelson's recording of Blue Skies was a #1 country music hit in 1978. It was a major western swing and country standard already in 1939, by Moon Mullican, and in 1962 by Jim Reeves.
    Blue Skies is one of many popular songs whose lyrics use a Bluebird of happiness as a symbol of cheer: Bluebirds singing a song -- Nothing but bluebirds all day long.
    Josephine Baker was much more famous as a cabaret performer, dancer and personality than as a jazz singer but, as she shows on some of these early recordings, she could swing and improvise when she wanted to.

  • Josephine Baker - J`ai Deux Amours


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  • “Haiti” -Performed by Wynton Marsalis Quintet featuring Cécile McLorin Salvant.


  • Josephine Baker - Dont Touch My Tomatoes


    Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 -- April 12, 1975) was an American dancer, singer, and actress who found fame in her adopted homeland of France. Nicknamed the Bronze Venus, the Black Pearl, and even the Créole Goddess in anglophone nations.
    Josephine Baker was much more famous as a cabaret performer, dancer and personality than as a jazz singer but, as she shows on some of these early recordings, she could swing and improvise when she wanted to.

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  • Josephine Baker - Greatest Hits


    01- Blue Skies
    02- Bye bye blackbird
    03- Doudou
    04- J`ai Deux Amours
    05- Lonesome Lovesick Blues
    06- Paris...Paris
    07- Who?
    08- Brazil en anglais
    09- Aux isle Hawai
    10- King for a day
    11- Love is a dreamer
    12- Sleepy time gal
    13- Voulez Vous de la canne a Sucre?
    14- You´re driving me crazy
    15- Espabilate
    16- I love dancing

    Josephine Baker - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM)

    Josephine Baker (born Freda Josephine McDonald, naturalised French Joséphine Baker; 3 June 1906 – 12 April 1975) was an American-born French entertainer, French Resistance agent, and civil rights activist. Her career was centered primarily in Europe, mostly in her adopted France. Baker was the first African-American to star in a major motion picture, the 1927 silent film Siren of the Tropics, directed by Mario Nalpas and Henri Étiévant.

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    01- 00:00 - J'ai deux amours
    02 - 03:15 - C'est si facile de vous aimer
    03 - 06:16 - C'est lui
    04 - 09:20 - Sur deux notes
    05 - 12:19 - La petite tonkinoise
    06 - 15:01 - Blue Skies
    07 - 17:59 - Breezing Along With the Breeze
    08 - 20:56 - De temps en temps
    09 - 24:17 - Dis-moi Joséphine
    10 - 27:29 - La Conga Blicoti
    11 - 29:56 - Les mots d'amour
    12 - 32:55 - Paris mes amours
    13 - 35:25 - Besame mucho
    14 - 38:49 - Mon cœur est un oiseau
    15 - 42:00 - Pretty Little Baby

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    In a 1977 performance and a series of interviews stretching to 1993, Diana Ross shares her take on Josephine Baker, whose biography she planned to produce and star in.

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  • Best of Joséphine Baker


    00:00 - J'ai deux amours
    03:15 - C'est si facile de vous aimer
    06:16 - C'est lui
    09:19 - Sur deux notes
    12:17 - La petite tonkinoise
    14:58 - Blue Skies
    17:56 - Breezing Along With the Breeze
    20:53 - De temps en temps
    24:14 - Dis-moi Joséphine
    27:27 - La Conga Blicoti
    29:54 - Les mots d'amour
    32:54 - Paris mes amours
    35:24 - Besame mucho
    38:48 - Mon cœur est un oiseau
    41:59 - Pretty Little Baby

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  • Josephine Baker


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    Josephine Baker · Al Stewart

    Last Days Of The Century

    ℗ 1988 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company

    Vocals: Al Stewart
    Recording: Angus Davidson
    Masterer: Bob Ludwig
    Recording: Dan Marnien
    Flute, Saxophone: Dave Camp
    Producer: Joe Chiccarelli
    Keyboards, Violin: Kim Bullard
    Trumpet: Lee Thornberg
    Accordion, Guitar, Keyboards: Peter White
    Keyboards: Peter Wood
    Saxophone: Phil Kenzie
    Percussion: Steve Chapman
    Guitar: Steve Farris
    Guitar: Steve Recker
    Bass: Tim Landers
    Guitar: Tim Renwick
    Drums: Vinnie Colaiuta
    Composer: Al Stewart
    Composer: Peter White

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  • Joséphine Baker - Jai deux amours, 1930


    J’ai deux amours [I Have Two Loves] (G.Koger & H.Varna – V.Scotto) - Joséphine Baker et Adrien Lamy, acc. par le Melodic-Jazz du Casino de Paris sous la dir. de Edmond Mahieux, Columbia 1930 (France)

    NOTE: J’ai deux amours (mon pays /et Paris) [I have two loves/ my country/ and Paris] is a song performed in 1930 in Casino de Paris by Joséphine Baker, with lyrics by Geo Koger and Henri Varna and music by Vincent Scotto.
    The revue “Paris, qui remue” (Paris, That Stirs) at the Casino de Paris took place at the same time as the Colonial Exhibition – a bombastic celebration of the “French colonial empire” - was held in Paris. The dark-skinned revue star, singing about her American homeland (Baker was born in St.Louis, USA) was very much a propos the colonial nostalgies of France. And a similar role played another hit from that revue – “La petite Tonkinoise” (A Littl Girl From Tonkin) referring to East-Asian aspirations of the “French empire”. Both songs were written by Vincent Scotto – Italian composer who had his hayday in France in the 1920s and 30s (“La Petite Tonkinoise” was originally written in the beginning of the 1920s and first performed by French singer, Polin). “J’ai deux amours” was an immediate success, and it eventually became Joséphine Baker’s signature song, its popularity continuously growing after release of the brilliant recording by Joséphine singing in duet with Adrien Lamy - another star of French musical stage of the 1920/30s – and accompanied by maestro Edmond Mahieux and his Jazz. After the 2nd World War, when Baker had distanced herself, literally and figuratively, from the American culture – possibly, being fairly disappointed by the obvious lack of her greater success in the county of Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday or Mahalia Jackson, to name only a few from the whole array of great american black-skinned singers of the 20th Century – the second verse of the chorus was sung by Baker in a slightly transformed version: I have two loves, and my country is Paris ....

  • Joséphine Baker - La vie en rose



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  • En 1968, rencontre avec Joséphine Baker, artiste légendaire ET femme engagée


    Entrevue en français avec une femme d'exception, la mythique chanteuse, danseuse, héroïne de la Résistance, militante noire d'origine américaine, Joséphine Baker. Drôle, enjouée, parfois sérieuse, elle raconte avec verve sa vie d'artiste et de mère. Elle aborde les points suivants: sa passion pour les robes et les costumes de scène excentriques; son enfance à Saint-Louis et sa première apparition au music-hall à New York; ses débuts à Paris dans une revue nègre et les modes qu'elle a lancées; sa carrière aux Folies-Bergères et son opinion sur le nudisme; ses souvenirs des artistes amis des années 20, dont Cocteau et Colette; les critiques qu'elle a fait naître et les manifestations d'hostilité qu'elle a déclenchées; sa première chanson à succès J'ai deux amours; son expérience du cinéma; son amour pour les humains et pour les bêtes; dans quelles circonstances elle a adopté ses douze enfants et sa conception de l'internationalisme et de l'union universelle de tous les humains.
    Source : Le sel de la semaine, 18 mars 1968
    Animateur : Fernand Seguin
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  • SAILOR - Josephine Baker


    - Sailor's 'Josephine Baker'. All the videos on the Georg Kajanus Channel (bwbarb) were uploaded by the songwriter and performer for promotional purposes under the fair usage provision. Words and music by Georg Kajanus, who also penned the Sailor hits 'A Glass of Champagne', 'Girls Girls Girls', 'Stiletto Heels' and 'One Drink Too Many', as well as dance floor hits 'Living Inside Me', 'Ricocheted Love' and 'Blow' for DATA. Recent covers of Kajanus compositions are 'Jumping All Over The World', a reworking of 'Champagne' by mega-techno band Scooter and Cuba Club's version of 'La Cumbia'. (Thanks to Sailormarinero.)

  • Josephine Baker - Breezin Along With the Breeze


    Josephine Baker sings the pop standard Breezin' Along With The Breeze, written by Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons, and Richard Whiting and published in 1926.

  • Josephine Baker - Breezin Along With The Breeze


    Josephine Baker - Breezin' Along With The Breeze

  • Josephine Baker - Bye bye blackbird


    Josephine Baker - Bye Bye Blackbird (1927)
    Comp. & Lyr. (Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson)
    Accompanied by Le Jacob`s Jazz Band
    January, 1927 Paris, France Odèon 166.033

    Léon Jacobs and most of his band were from Liegè, Belgium. Jacobs was Baker's musical director and his band accompanied Josèphine Baker until the late 1930s.

    Josephine Baker Vocals
    Henri Durand Bass
    Sacha Grauman Drums
    Léon Jacobs Trumpet
    ? Napolitano Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin
    Marcel Raskin Piano
    Oscar Thisse Alto Saxophone, Violin
    Renè Lovinfosse Trombone

  • Josephine Baker - La Conga Blicoti


    Scene from Midnight in Paris

  • Josephine Baker e Mario Riva Jai deux amours



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    JOSEPHINE BAKER SINGS IN HAVANA PIEL CANELA LP compilation on PATHE label, France. orchestra under the direction of Jo Bouillon. Direct line reproduction on Vacuum tube Pilot equipment (1958). and weight adjustable automatic Garrard turntable Model RC121 MKII (1959) with magnetic cartridge and stylus by General Electric.

  • Josephine Baker - Vous Faites Partie De Moi Vinyl


    Rercorded : 31 March 1937 !

  • Pecadora - Josephine Baker


  • Joséphine Baker - Jai deux amours



  • Jean-Claude Baker, Margie McGlory--1994 TV Interview, Josephine Baker


    Jean-Claude Baker, adopted son of Josephine Baker, is interviewed in this half-hour show with cable TV host Skip E Lowe, joined by actress-comedienne Margie McGlory.



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    ( Gramophone Club of Kansai - 0SAKA, JAPAN )

  • Joséphine Baker - Joséphine chante la France


    À Bobino 1975.

  • Josephine Baker Bobino 1975


  • Enamorada by Josephine Baker


  • Joséphine Baker - Cest si facile de vous aimer - Remastered



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  • Sous Les Ponts De Paris by Josephine Baker


  • Dans mon Village- Josephine Baker feat Jussanam



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    La chanteuse et actrice brésilienne , Jussanam, interprète les plus célèbres chansons de Joséphine Baker dans un concert / monologue musical accompagnée par :
    Éros Cordogli : Piano / Arrangements
    Georges Ferrero : Basse
    Cédric Le Donne : Batterie
    Luciano Dantas : Percussion

    Jussanam chante et raconte des parties importantes de la vie et de la carrière de Joséphine Baker, la première star noir internationale, née américaine et qui est devenue française. Elle rappellera son dernier concert au Bobino de Paris en 1975, son concert à Monte Carlo-Monaco en 1974, sa tournée internationale, qui inclus l'Amérique du Sud et le Brésil, sa vie de maman au château Les Milandes , avec ses 12 enfants adoptés des 4 coins du monde et son rêve d'un monde sans racisme, un rêve d'un monde de paix et d'union.

  • Josephine Baker


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    Josephine Baker · Les Enfantastiques

    Et chaque jour qui se lève

    ℗ BiZou MuZic

    Released on: 2015-02-02

    Music Publisher: D.R
    Author: J. Nô
    Composer: J. Nô

    Auto-generated by YouTube.



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    Information : Joséphine Baker (1906-1975), née Freda Josephine McDonald, est une chanteuse, danseuse, actrice, meneuse de revue et résistante française.
    Elle fut la première vedette noire, ce qui est extraordinaire car elle n'était pas nécessairement une bonne danseuse, ni une bonne chanteuse et, en meneuse de revue, elle était, dans un certain sens, tout ce qu'il y a de plus conventionnel sur scène, si on exclut ses premières prestations avec sa ceinture de bananes et sa façon de se déhancher. Le scandale qu'elle a déclenché en 1925, lorsqu'elle débarqua à Paris, en dansant mi-nue, dans la Revue nègre, des danses alors inconnues en France (le Charleston, le Black Bottom, etc.), y est peut-être pour quelque chose.
    Elle prend la nationalité française en 1937 et, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, joue un rôle important dans la résistance. Elle utilisera ensuite sa grande popularité dans la lutte contre le racisme, et pour l'émancipation des Noirs.

  • Beginners Soundtrack - 10 Breezin Along With the Breeze


    Beginners Soundtrack
    Track 10: Breezin' Along With the Breeze
    Artist: Josephine Baker

  • Josephine Baker - Dans Mon Village


    Joséphine Baker (Freda Josephine McDonald), (Saint Louis, Missouri, 3 de junio de 1906 - París, 12 de abril de 1975), fue una famosa bailarina y cantante de espectáculos de variedades y cabaret, y también actriz cinematográfica. Su exótica forma de bailar, su sexualidad desinhibida y su vestimenta mínima -una falda hecha con plátanos- resultaron más atractivas para los europeos que para los americanos. En la segunda mitad de los años 1920 y durante los años 1930 fue además una destacada modelo fotográfica y pin-up. A comienzos de los años 1930 grabó sus primeros discos, y al año siguiente, conseguiría un gran éxito con la canción J´ai deux amours.

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  • Josephine Baker olympia 1968 Hello Dolly


    Great part of this revue here with ballet and public interaction Hello Dolly

  • Josephine Baker, Dinah. first session Paris 1926.


    Dinah is from Bakers first recording session in September 1926

  • Joséphine Baker - Besame Mucho


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    Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 – April 12, 1975) was an American-born French dancer, singer, and actress who came to be known in various circles as the Black Pearl, Bronze Venus and even the Creole Goddess. Born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, Josephine later became a citizen of France in 1937. She was fluent in both English and French

    Joséphine Baker, est une chanteuse, danseuse, actrice et meneuse de revue. D'origine métissée afro-américaine et amérindienne des Appalaches, elle est souvent considérée comme la première star noire. Elle prend la nationalité française en 1937 et, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, joue un rôle important dans la résistance à l'occupant. Elle utilisera ensuite sa grande popularité dans la lutte contre le racisme, et pour l'émancipation des Noirs, en particulier en soutenant le Mouvement des droits civiques de Martin Luther King.

  • Haiti - Josephine Baker


    G.Koger / Audiffred / V.Scotto

    Απο τη μουσική συλλογή του Γιάννη Δελή

  • Josephine Baker-After I Say Im Sorry-1926


    What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry-Josephine Baker-recorded December, 1926.

  • Die Regenbogen Kinder by Josephine Baker


  • Boney M Feat Bobby Farrell. - Josephine Baker


    Music video by Boney M featuring Bobby Farrell. performing Josephine Baker, 2nd version of Boney M Feat Bobby. After he split up with Marcia, Madeleine Davids and Maizie Willams in 1990. he lined up with 3 new young singers. One of them was Marilyn Scharbaai from the 1st half tour in 1987.
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  • Josephine Baker - Strangers In The Night


    Vídeo subido por TAPIOSKI
    No, no es Revista, es JOSEPHINE BAKER
    La primera aparición en París de Josephine Baker se produjo en el teatro de los Champs-Elysées cuando se presentó la primera Revista Negra en 1925, destacando por su belleza exótica, falta de vestuario, muecas, risas y desencajados movimientos. Posteriormente alcanzó la celebridad consiguiendo apodos como el de la Venus Negra o La Diosa de Ebano, y la inmortalidad con números como el que interpretaba con una falda con 16 plátanos colgando.
    Strangers in the Night es una canción de 1966 con música de Bert Kaempfert, y letra de Charles Singleton y Eddie Snyder. Popularizada por Frank Sinatra, ha sido interpretada por multitud de artistas y adaptada a varios idiomas. Esta interpretación de Josephine Baker de Extraños en la Noche que aparece en el vídeo pertenece a un programa de televisión del año 1967.

  • Sundri Feeling - Brown Star - Residency at Lespas Culturel Leconte de Lisle


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    A Tribute to Josephine Baker.
    From little black dancer in the street, to beautiful Diva in Paris.
    From secret agent during war, to Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur.
    Turning bananas in diamonds for wage, I see your alluring beauty backstage.

    Josephine Baker ...
    Petite danseuse du Missouri, puis Diva Parisienne.
    Agent secret, puis médaillée de la légion d'honneur.
    Danseuse aux bananes, puis activiste des droits civiques pour tous.
    Ta beauté et ton destin me donnent envie de chanter.

  • Dans Mon Village - Josephine Baker


  • Joséphine Baker - Monte-Carlo


    À Bobino 1975.

  • Joséphine Baker - La Conga Blicoti


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    Joséphine Baker - La Conga Blicoti

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  • Josephine Baker


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    Josephine Baker (Ok Productions - Retro Mix) · Maizie Williams feat. Bobby Farrell

    Josephine Baker (Eddie Middle-Line Mix)

    ℗ Donavon Nelson Music/Ky Wolfe/Carl Albrecht

    Released on: 2011-10-03

    Artist: Maizie Williams
    Featured Artist: Bobby Farrell
    Composer: Ky Wolfe
    Composer: Carl Albrecht
    Lyricist: Donavon Nelson
    Music Publisher: Donavon Nelson Music/Ky Wolfe/Carl Albrecht

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  • Josephine Baker - Hello Bluebird


    Josephine Baker - Hello Bluebird



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