Ennio Morricone: René La Canne / One, Two, Two : 122, Rue De Provence, CD
Ennio Morricone: René La Canne / One, Two, Two : 122, Rue De Provence, CD
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Ennio Morricone
René La Canne / One, Two, Two : 122, Rue De Provence
  • CD
  • France
  • Music Box Records (2)
  • (MBR-028)
  • 23 Tracks
  • EAN 3770002531297
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on CD

tracks

René La Canne

29:27
1

Passeport Pour Le Plaisir

3:55
2

Le Jour De Gloire

2:40
3

Madame Krista

1:52
4

Le Grand Air De La Collaboration

2:26
5

Les Paris Stupides

1:35
6

La Comédie Du Voleur

1:42
7

René La Canne

2:58
8

Vachement Douce Et Doucement Vache

3:40
9

Lit À Trois Places Pour Deux

1:37
10

Évasion

3:19
11

La Poupée

3:16

One, Two, Two : 122, Rue De Provence

32:15
12

One Two Two

4:23
13

Encore Loin

1:34
14

Première Expérience

1:36
15

One Two Two

2:39
16

122 Rue De Provence

2:31
17

Photo Indiscrète

2:00
18

Sonate Interrompue

1:45
19

Encore Loin

4:09
20

Au Premier Étage

3:09
21

Mélodie Populaire

1:30
22

One Two Two

4:16
23

Au Deauville

2:15

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