Bing crosby - la vie en rose / i cross my fingers
The 10" LP Le Bing: Song Hits of Paris is Bing Crosby 's first 33-1/3 rpm LP to be recorded as such. It was cut in Paris and consists of eight songs sung in French, including the Edith Piaf standard "La Vie en Rose" and "La Mer," later known as "Beyond the Sea" when it was given an English lyric. Crosby is a competent singer in French, though he certainly wouldn't fool a native speaker. Just as in his long period of cutting singles for Decca Records, he is game to try his hand at nearly any style of pop music, and his name alone should be enough to sell this pleasant collection, particularly in France itself, even if the French are notoriously judgmental about foreigners trying to speak (or sing) their language.
- Various - Favourite Things
- Denise Alexander - David Anderson - Norman Rose - Lee Sweetland - Where Do Songs Begin
- Stereotaxic Device* Stereo Taxic Device - Stereo Taxic Device
- Lovex - Action
- Dream (22) - The Neverending Wandering Of Dreams
- Young "D" Boyz - Mr. Chronic
- Bodies Without Organs* BWO - Save My Pride
- Devin Townsend Presents
Ziltoid The Omniscient
- Phillip Jackson - Indijination
- Various - United! Undivided!
- Freddy Gardner - Freddy Gardner With Peter Yorke And His Concert Orchestra
- Dmitri Shostakovich* Shostakovich·/ London Symphony Orchestra, The* London Symphony·/ Jean Martinon* Martinon - Symphony No. 1 / The Age Of Gold - Ballet Suite
- Essential Viral Bliss - Antigenic Shift
- Electric Ghost - Nothing Without You
- The Quick Brown Fox - The Quick Brown Fox
- Shockabilly - 19th Nervous Breakdown
- Michael Austin - Out Tonight
- IMG - Pou Mner L'Dro !
- Coréon Dú - The Coréon Experiment
- Stereophonics - Vegas Two Times