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Playlist of Josephine Baker

  • The Josephine Baker Story Lynn Whitfield, David Dukes, Louis Gossett Jr.


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  • Josephine Baker Portrait


    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. - Wikipedia

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  • 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



    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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  • 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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  • Boney M Josephine Baker


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  • Hippenmeyer filmed - Josephine Baker 1975


    Josephine Baker 1975 & 1931 2:06 clip filmed by Roland Hippenmeyer

  • Josephine Baker 1936


    From the movie: ZOU ZOU 1936
    Josephine Baker does her thing.

  • Best of Joséphine Baker -


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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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  • 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 - Then Ill Be Happy - 1927


    Freda Josephine McDonald aka Josephine Baker danced into the world in St. Louis in 1906. As young as age 10, she worked as a nanny, housegirl, and by 14 she had already been married, divorced and was working as a comic on the TOBA circuit. Before her more sophisticated recordings with the Jazz du Casino de Paris Orchestra, Baker cut this more raw and playful recording of Then I'll Be Happy with Le Jacobs Band of Leige, Belgium. Josephine had an indomitable spirit and a desire to please her audiences whether for a laugh or for the joy of music and European audiences were loyal and appreciative. She became the highest paid and most successful entertainer in Europe in '27 and the skinny too black kid from St Louis would also become one of the most beautiful and most photographed women in the world.

  • Josephine Baker - Youre Driving Me Crazy 1931 Slideshow


    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. Born in East St. Louis, Illinois.
    Surviving the 1917 riots in East St. Louis, Illinois, where the family was living, Josephine Baker ran away a few years later at age thirteen and began dancing in vaudeville and on Broadway. In 1925, Josephine Baker went to Paris where, after the jazz revue La Revue Nègre failed, her comic ability and jazz dancing drew attention of the director of the Folies Bergère.
    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.
    You're Driving Me Crazy is a U.S. popular song composed (music and lyrics) by Walter Donaldson for the 1930 musical comedy Smiles. It was recorded the same year by Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians (with vocal by Carmen Lombardo) and became a hit. It was also recorded in 1930 by McKinney's Cotton Pickers and in 1931 by Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees and by Nick Lucas & His Crooning Troubadors.
    You're Driving Me Crazy has become a standard that has been recorded by over 100 artists in many genres. The signature line: You, you're driving me crazy! What did I do?.... is familiar to most anyone who listened to pop music in the 20th Century.
    East St. Louis, Illinois
    Birthplace of Singer Josephine Baker, Jimmy Connors, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee
    East St. Louis, Illinois
    United States
    On This Very Spot in 1956, Ike Turner and Tina Turner first met at the Club Manhattan.
    On This Very Spot were born Josephine Baker, Jimmy Connors, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee.
    On This Very Spot lived Miles Davis and dancer and choriographer Katherine Dunham.
    On This Very Spot blues musicians Albert King and B. B. King have communal ties.

  • Cest Lui - Josephine baker


    Quatre fois par jour, par douzaines
    Des messieurs très amoureux
    Me proposent une vie de reine
    Pour que je me donne à eux

    Y en a qu'un qu'a su me plaire
    Il est méchant, il n'a pas le sou
    Ses histoires ne sont pas claires
    Je le sais bien mais je m'en fous

    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris
    C'est lui
    Je peux rien y faire, mon cœur est pris
    Par lui
    Je crois que j'en perds la tête
    Il est si bête
    Qu'il ne l'a pas compris

    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris
    C'est lui
    Je passerais dans un trou de souris
    Pour lui
    Chaque jour je l'adore
    Bien plus encore
    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris
    Et c'est lui
    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris
    Il court après toutes les filles
    Elles sont toutes à sa merci
    Son regard les déshabille
    Ses mains parfois aussi
    Je ne fais rien pour qu'il m'aime
    Aux autres, il donne le bonheur
    Mais il est à moi quand même
    Puisqu'il est dans mon cœur


    Il est si bête qu'il ne l'a pas compris


    Chaque jour je l'adore
    Bien plus encore
    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris
    Et c'est lui
    Pour moi, y a qu'un homme dans Paris



  • Josephine Baker - J`ai Deux Amours


  • JOSEPHINE BAKER------Jai Deux Amours



  • Josephine Baker - Paris...Paris, 1949


    Josephine Baker acc. par Jo Boullion avec son Orchestre - Paris...Paris... Scottisch espagnole (Augustin Lara /Georges Tabet) Pacific 1949 (France)

    NOTE: Thanks to our YT friend Nelly 7412, I am able to add this important information. Originally, this song was composed by a Mexican composer, Augustin Lara as Madrid and sung in 2/4 meter (as tango or bolero). Josephine Baker's version is a Scottish espagnole which, to various listeners may seem more - or less - appealing. However, its worthwhile seeing how Lola Flores presents this absolutely lovely tune in its original version in Spanish, and in a scenery of old Madrid

  • Josephine BAKER - 1927


    Tout le film LA REVUE DES REVUES, 1927 avec la musique originale TARANTA BABU !
    All film LA REVUE DES REVUES, 1927 with original music TARANTA BABU !

    Сначала я танцевала, чтобы согреться, а потом поняла, что рождена для танца. Жить для меня - значит танцевать.
    В 1921 году 15-летняя Жозефин уже была известной комической танцовщицей и исполняла сложные акробатические номера.
    Юная Жозефин блистала в Берлине, Брюсселе, Вене и Копенгагене. В парижском театре Фоли Бержер она произвела фурор, когда выскочила из-за кулис, прикрытая лишь гроздью бананов.
    Знаменитые художники и модельеры создавали для Жозефин безумные костюмы из перьев и блесток. Пуаре придумывал для нее расшитые бисером, сверкающие цилиндры. Иногда платья кроились из полотна, расписанного модными тогда кубистами........
    Жозефин всегда притягивала к себе неординарных людей. В 1926 году Эрнест Хемингуэй впервые танцевал с Жозефин: Было жарко, но она куталась в манто. Мы танцевали весь вечер, но она ни разу его не сняла. Только когда клуб закрылся и мы вышли, Жозефин призналась мне, что под мехами у нее не было никакой одежды. Первая жена Жоржа Сименона, Регина, вспоминала: Мы ходили в ее ночной клуб почти каждый вечер. Разумеется, Сименон был с ней близок. Но в то время я об этом не знала.

  • Josephine Baker-Elena


    Elena Smon Wolay as Josephine Baker. Location at Berns, Stockholm. Film by David Nord.

  • Josephine Baker clip.wmv


    The film : The Josephine Baker Story.
    The song: The Times They are a-Changing

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  • Joséphine Baker * Sourire à la vie * - Demain 1968


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


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  • Josephine Baker - Ive Found A New Baby 1927 1920s Photo Tribute


    Odeon Records 49226 - Recorded 1-1927 Paris, France - Josephine Baker On Vocals. AKA I Found A New Baby.
    I've Found A New Baby Words & Music By (Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams) Fox Trot.
    I've Found a New Baby, also known as I Found a New Baby, is a popular song written by Jack Palmer and Spencer Williams. It was introduced by Clarence Williams' Blue Five in 1926 and has since been recorded by many artists, making it a popular jazz standard.
    The Biggest Era For The Song Was From 20's 30's 40's 50's - .
    Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 -- April 12, 1975) was a dancer, singer, and actress who found fame in her adopted homeland of France. Born in St Louis, Missouri, she renounced her American citizenship in 1937 to become French. She was given such nicknames as the Bronze Venus, the Black Pearl, and the Créole Goddess.
    Baker was the first African American female to star in a major motion picture, to integrate an American concert hall, and to become a world-famous entertainer. She is also noted for her contributions to the Civil Rights Movement in the United States (she was offered the unofficial leadership of the movement by Coretta Scott King in 1968 following Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, but turned it down), for assisting the French Resistance during World War II, and for being the first American-born woman to receive the French military honor, the Croix de guerre.
    Fitting Video For Black History Month.

  • 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
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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.

  • Preview Clip: Zouzou


    As children, Zouzou (Joséphine Baker) and Jean (Jean Gabin) performed together in a circus. Onstage, they were falsely billed as brother and sister, but in truth Zouzou harbored a secret love for her costar. As an adult, she now works as a laundress, and it seems as if her showbiz days are over. But everything changes when Jean helps land her a spot dancing at a Paris theater. Zouzou rockets to stardom, even as Jean's romance with her friend Claire (Yvette Lebon) leaves her lovelorn. *******************************************************************************************************

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  • Josephine The Baker


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    Josephine The Baker · Great Big Sea


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    Artist: Great Big Sea

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    JOSEPHINE BAKER · Mek Pek, Niels Hoppe, Leif Falk m.fl


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  • 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.

  • 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 ....

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  • Josephine Baker 1906 ~ 1975 with Smile


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  • Josephine Baker: Love is a dreamer


    Love is a dreamer
    sang by Josephine Baker

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    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.

    Después de pasar la prueba en un local de vaudeville, empieza a trabajar de forma ininterrumpida en el escenario, y ganó su primer concurso de baile a los 14 años.
    Se casó cuando tenía 13 años, pero en 1920, ya se había divorciado y su segundo matrimonio fue con Willie Baker, un guitarrista de blues, de quien tomaría su apellido artístico.
    En 1921 es bailarina en la revista musical Shuffle Along y, en 1924, en Chocolate Dandies. Actúa en el Cotton Club de Nueva York.
    Debutó en París el 2 de octubre de 1925 con el espectáculo la Revue Nègre, que incluía una orquesta de jazz, dirigida por Claude Hopkins, con la participación de Sidney Bechet. 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.
    Después de una gira por Europa, fue la vedette del Folies Bergère y luego abrió su propio club Chez Joséphine. En 1927 se estrenó su primera película La Sirène des Tropiques, a la que seguirían Zouzou y Princesse Tam Tam.

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  • Joséphine Baker, Vol. 1 « Les idoles de la chanson française »


    Joséphine Baker, Vol. 1 « Les idoles de la chanson française » (Album complet)

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      - Chanson française :
      - Les idoles de la chanson française :

    00:00:00 « J'ai deux amours » - Joséphine Baker
    00:03:14 « La petite tonkinoise » - Joséphine Baker
    00:05:58 « Paris mes amours » - Joséphine Baker
    00:08:29 « Sur deux notes » - Joséphine Baker
    00:11:32 « Chiquita madame » - Joséphine Baker
    00:14:21 « J'attendrai » - Joséphine Baker
    00:17:47 « Don't Touch My Tomatoes » - Joséphine Baker
    00:20:05 « Si j'étais blanche » - Joséphine Baker
    00:22:51 « Donnez-moi la main » - Joséphine Baker
    00:28:06 « La Seine » - Joséphine Baker
    00:31:12 « Sous les toits de Paris » - Joséphine Baker
    00:33:34 « Mon coeur est un oiseau des îles » - Joséphine Baker
    00:36:46 « Nuit d'Alger » - Joséphine Baker
    00:39:40 « Avec » - Joséphine Baker
    00:42:18 « Je voudrais » - Joséphine Baker
    00:45:22 « Mon p'tit bonhomme » - Joséphine Baker
    00:48:33 « Le marchand de bonheur » - Joséphine Baker
    00:51:11 « En avril à Paris » - Joséphine Baker
    00:54:38 « Sonny Boy (Du film The Singing Fool) » - Joséphine Baker
    00:58:02 « La ballade des rues de Paris » - Joséphine Baker
    01:01:12 « Romance aux étoiles » - Joséphine Baker
    01:04:03 « Revoir Paris » - Joséphine Baker
    01:06:51 « Te voyo benn » - Joséphine Baker
    01:09:36 « Moi (Paris mes amours) » - Joséphine Baker
    01:12:49 « Olélé, Oléla » - Joséphine Baker

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  • Josephine Baker in Volendam - The Netherlands


    A native of St. Louis, MO, Josephine Baker took Europe by storm in 1925 and remained one of its most celebrated artists until the outbreak of war. These newsreel outtakes were shot by famed illustrator Mac-Djorski on her visit to Volendam, North Holland. Ms. Baker and children play with traditional Dutch toys. She models traditional Dutch dress, hat, and clogs. She tries to teach children how to do the Charleston (one mother snatches her daughter out of frame). Ms. Baker tries to dance the Charleston while wearing clogs. Ms. Baker laughs and talks with a Dutch man smoking a pipe.

  • Josephine Baker - La Conga Blicoti


    Scene from Midnight in Paris

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    Josephine Baker - Breezin' Along With The Breeze

  • Joséphine Baker - Double Best Of


    Joséphine Baker - Double Best Of (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 « J'ai deux amours » Joséphine Baker
    02:45 « La petite tonkinoise » Joséphine Baker
    05:05 « Partir sur un bateau tout blanc » Joséphine Baker
    08:08 « Besame Mucho » Joséphine Baker
    11:29 « La congo blicoti » Joséphine Baker
    13:53 « Sur deux notes » Joséphine Baker
    16:51 « Dis-moi Joséphine » Joséphine Baker
    20:00 « Dans mon village » Joséphine Baker
    23:16 « C'est ça le vrai bonheur » Joséphine Baker
    25:56 « Mon cœur est un oiseau des îles » Joséphine Baker
    29:03 « I'm Feelin' Like a Million » Joséphine Baker
    32:05 « A Message from the Man In the moon » Joséphine Baker
    35:04 « You Are the Greatest Love » Joséphine Baker
    37:36 « Pretty Little Baby » Joséphine Baker
    40:40 « Afraid to Dream » Joséphine Baker
    43:46 « Love Is a Dreamer » Joséphine Baker
    46:32 « Tout n'est qu'un chant d'amour » Joséphine Baker
    49:47 « J'ai lu dans les étoiles » Joséphine Baker
    52:51 « C'est Lui » Joséphine Baker
    55:51 « Madiana » Joséphine Baker
    58:53 « Peg de mon cœur » Joséphine Baker
    01:01:41 « Sans amour » Joséphine Baker
    01:04:58 « Brazil » Joséphine Baker
    01:07:02 « Boneca de Pixe » Joséphine Baker
    01:09:30 « Doudou » Joséphine Baker
    01:12:40 « Sérénade Céleste » Joséphine Baker
    01:15:30 « Pecadora » Joséphine Baker
    01:18:01 « Santa Chiara » Joséphine Baker

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  • Josephine Baker - Madiana


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    Boney M. - Everybody Wants To Dance Like Josephine Baker

  • Josephine Baker Best Of Full Album - Les Meilleurs Chansons de Josephine Baker


    Josephine Baker Best Of Full Album - Les Meilleurs Chansons de Josephine Baker
    Josephine Baker Best Of Full Album - Les Meilleurs Chansons de Josephine Baker
    Josephine Baker Best Of Full Album - Les Meilleurs Chansons de Josephine Baker

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  • Josephine Baker - La Vie En Rose


    La Vie en rose was the signature song of French singer Édith Piaf, written in 1945, popularized in 1946, and released as a single in 1947. The song's title can be translated as Life in Rosy Hues or Life Through Rose-Colored Glasses; its literal meaning is Life in Pink. the melody was composed by Marguerite Monnot and Louis Guglielmi, known as Louiguy. Originally, the song was registered as being written by Louiguy only, since at the time Piaf did not have necessary qualifications to be able to copyright her work with SACEM. Words Quand il me tient dans ses bras... (When he takes me in his arms...) came to her mind one evening in 1944, when she was standing in front of an American man. That gave the base for the rest of lyrics. Piaf offered the song to Marianne Michel, who slightly modified the lyrics, changing les choses (things) for la vie (life). English lyrics for the song were later written by Mack David.

    Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 -- April 12, 1975) was an American-born French dancer, singer, and actress. Born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, she became a citizen of France in 1937. Fluent in both English and French, Baker became an international musical and political icon. She was given such nicknames as the Bronze Venus, the Black Pearl, and the Créole Goddess.

    Baker was the first African-American female to star in a major motion picture, Zouzou (1934), to integrate an American concert hall, and to become a world-famous entertainer. She is also noted for her contributions to the Civil Rights Movement in the United States (she was offered the unofficial leadership of the movement by Coretta Scott King in 1968 following Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, but turned it down), for assisting the French Resistance during World War II, and for receiving the French military honor, the Croix de guerre.

    Château des Milandes, a castle near Sarlat in the Dordogne, was Josephine Baker's home where she raised her 12 children. It is open to the public and displays her stage outfits including her banana skirt (of which there are apparently several). It also displays many family photographs and documents as well as her Legion of Honour medal. Most rooms are open for the public to walk through including bedrooms with little cots in where her children slept, a huge kitchen and a dining room where she often entertained large groups. The bathrooms are made in art deco style but most rooms retained the French chateau style.

    Des yeux qui font baisser les miens
    Un rire qui se perd sur sa bouche
    Voilà le portrait sans retouche
    De l'homme auquel j'appartiens

    Quand il me prend dans ses bras,
    Il me parle tout bas
    Je vois la vie en rose,
    Il me dit des mots d'amour
    Des mots de tous les jours,
    Et ça m'fait quelque chose
    Il est entré dans mon cœur,
    Une part de bonheur
    Dont je connais la cause,
    C'est lui pour moi,
    Moi pour lui dans la vie
    Il me l'a dit, l'a juré
    Pour la vie
    Et dès que je l'aperçois
    Alors je sens en moi
    Mon cœur qui bat

    Des nuits d'amour à plus finir
    Un grand bonheur qui prend sa place
    Des ennuis, des chagrins s'effacent
    Heureux, heureux à en mourir

    {au Refrain}

    {Nota: variante pour le dernier couplet:}

    Des nuits d'amour à en mourir
    Un grand bonheur qui prend sa place
    Les ennuis, les chagrins s'effacent
    Heureux, heureux pour mon plaisir

  • Josephine Baker


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    Josephine Baker · Sailor

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    ℗ 1974 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd.

    Released on: 1990-12-10

    Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Georg Kajanus

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  • Josephine Baker-After I Say Im Sorry-1926


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

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    In concert La Baker more comes

  • Joséphine Baker - Succès et raretés, 1953-1959


    Retrouvez les plus beaux titres de Joséphine Baker : La Seine, J'attendrai, Clopin-clopant, Ma Tonkinoise, J'ai deux amours...
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    1. J’ai deux amours : 00:00
    2. Ma Tonkinoise : 02:52
    3. J’ai lu dans les étoiles : 05:17
    4. C'est lui : 08:28
    5. Dans mon village : 11:45
    6. Sur deux notes : 15:07
    7. C'est vous, c'est vous (Piel canela) : 18:29
    8. C'est ça le vrai bonheur : 21:37
    9. Paris mes amours : 24:23
    10. Moi : 26:54
    11. Avec : 30:06
    12. Je voudrais : 32:43
    13. Donnez-moi la main : 35:49
    14. Don't Touch My Tomatoes : 41:05
    15. Terre sèche : 43:23
    16. Le marchand de bonheur : 46:49
    17. La ballade des rues de Paris : 49:26
    18. Mon p'tit bonhomme : 52:35
    19. Sag Beim Abschied Leise : 55:44
    20. La Seine : 58:37
    21. Clopin-clopant : 01:01:41
    22. J'attendrai : 01:04:39
    23. Sonny Boy : 01:08:02

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