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$150.00

McNeil, Irene - Mademoiselle Rythme

Format: LP
Label: London MB 14
Year: 1958
Origin: Montréal, Québec
Genre: rock and roll
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Value of Original Title: $150.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Quebec, Canadian Pioneers, 1950's, Francophone

Tracks

Track Name
Noël en Italie
Dis-moi que tu m’aimes (Tell me that you love me)
Rock’n roll du Père Noël (Boogie woogie Santa Claus)
Sois gentil (Adaptation de "Treat me nice" interprétée par Elvis dans le film Jailhouse rock
Ce rythme le Rock n' roll (Ivory Joe Hunter) Adaptation de "You can’t stop this rocking and rolling"
Rock a Beating Boogie (Bill Haley)
Petit à Petit (Little by little) Chanson de Rosemarie McCoy et Kelly Owens, auxquels ont doit aussi "I beg of you" pour Elvis Presley
Rock n' roll cha cha cha
Bon Voyage
Reviens Vers Moi (Return to Me)

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Irene McNeil - Mademoiselle Rythme

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Information/Write-up

This album was the first female rock and roll album released in Canada. It was recorded by Irene McNeil, who was one of the first Quebecers to record a rock and roll album. The album was Irene's first of two, released on the London label.

Irene was accompanied by Rod Tremblay et son ensemble as well as Jean-Paul Delisle et ses Trio.

Along with her self-penned song "Noël en Italie", Irene interprets rock and roll classics by Bill Hailey and the Comets, Ivory Joe Hunter among others, all sung in french.

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