Jean-Paul Mauric - Grand Prix De L'Eurovisión FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: Grand Prix De L'Eurovisión
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B1: Song representing France at Eurovision Song Contest 1961. com/artist/Colette+Deréal" Colette Deréal
from the album Le Grand Orchestre de Paul Mauriat – Volume 5. B-side. Alone in the World (Seuls Au Monde)" (most countries, including initial US pressings). Mauriat's version was featured repeatedly in an episode of Chris Carter's television series Millennium titled "A Room with No View", which originally aired on 24 April 1998 on the Fox Network.
Alma's debut studio album Ma peau aime, was released on May 5, 2017 and contains 13 songs. The album peaked at number 50 on the French Albums Chart. On January 27, 2018, Alma was part of the domestic jury for the final of Destination Eurovision as a substitute for her Eurovision predecessor Amir, who was unable to participate due to prior commitments.
France was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 by Ortal with the song "Chacun pense à soi". For the first time since Eurovision 2000, France 3 organised a National Preselection which was hosted by Laurent Ruquier and Elsa Fayer. In March there were 2 shows: the introductory documentary on March 14 showed the selection of the candidates who were earlier selected by France 3. The program ended with a presentation of the five finalists.
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Jean-Paul Mauric (born 17 June 1933, Hyères, Var - died 5 January 1971, Marseille) was a French singer, best known for his participation in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest. Mauric studied at the Conservatoire de Toulon, and after touring around Provence as an orchestra singer, he obtained a record contract as a result of winning a talent contest at the Théâtre Marigny in Paris in 1957.
|A1||Nous Les Amoureaux|
|A2||Allons, Allons Les Enfants|
|B1||Printemps. Avril. Carillonné|
|B2||Belle A Croquer|
- Accompanied By [Accompagné Par] – A. Gate Et Son Orchestre*
- Vocals – Jean-Paul Mauric
NotesB1: Song representing France at Eurovision Song Contest 1961.
A2: Song representing Monte-Carlo (Monaco) at Eurovision Song Contest 1961 (original performer: Colette Deréal).
A1: Song representing Luxemburg at Eurovision Song Contest 1961 (original performer: Jean-Claude Pascal).
|FX 1256 M||Jean Paul Mauric*||Printemps, Avril Carillonne (7", EP)||Disques Festival||FX 1256 M||France||1961|
|FX 1256, FEP 1256||Jean Paul Mauric*||Printemps, Avril Carillonne (7")||Disques Festival, Festival Victory||FX 1256, FEP 1256||Belgium||1961|
|FX 45 1256 M, FX 1256 M||Jean-Paul Mauric||Printemps, Avril Carillonne (7")||Disques Festival, Disques Festival||FX 45 1256 M, FX 1256 M||France||1961|
|AEP 1095||Jean-Paul Mauric||Printemps, Avril Carilone (7", EP)||Artist||AEP 1095||Sweden||1961|