Fantastic: Daniele Rouille (w/Michele...

Fantastic: Daniele Rouille (w/Michele Arnaud) 1958

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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#1 Aug 23, 2017
Have enjoyed Daniele videos on YouTube--Eurovision, etc.--and today just happened upon her here in this video after searching Mathe Altery information that lead to Michele Arnaud; searched Michele Arnaud on YouTube and found this great video--must be Arnaud sitting on the couch:

Danièle Rouillé- Capitaine (Avec Michèle Arnaud) 1958
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(only 90 views! crazy)
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#2 Aug 23, 2017
Wow! This fabulous video came up right after it:

Michèle Arnaud - Zon zon zon (1958)
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(only 37 views! of all the people viewing YouTube in this world, only 37 views on such a classic video--so many are missing out and don't know it....I wasn't aware of Michele Arnaud either; great find today)
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#3 Aug 23, 2017
Another wonderful video of it:

Michèle Arnaud "Zon, zon, zon" (live officiel)| Archive INA
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(only 5,322 views)
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#4 Aug 23, 2017
Just noticed the outstanding Danièle Rouillé- Capitaine (Avec Michèle Arnaud) 1958 video was only posted quite recently--that's probably why there are so few views. As for the others, it's inexplicable.
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#5 Aug 23, 2017
Daniele Rouille in 1958 was Daniele Dupre in 1957 @ Eurovision (funny comments under the video):

ESC 1957 02 - Luxembourg - Danièle Dupré- Amours Mortes (Tant De Peine)
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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#6 Aug 23, 2017
Daniele Dupre/Rouille is one of the most interesting of singers....the comment below that Eurovision video which really cracked me up:

"And this lady is a vampire"

lol!!!! Must have been one of the presenters Daniele Dupre appears to snub on the way down the stairs in one of the other Eurovision videos.....
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#7 Aug 23, 2017
Looks like I'm mistaken....Daniele Rouille and Daniele Dupre might be two different singers--there is such strong similarity in their singing styles and their appearance I immediately assumed it was Daniele Dupre from 1957 Eurovision. But looking further Danielle Rouille looks different on album cover photo's in the 1960's and 70's than Daniele Dupre, and did notice too Daniele Dupre is quite voluptuous--they play on that in an amusing b/w video of hers that no longer appears on YouTube (the one in which she lights the cigarette of the man on stage with her after coaxing him pull it out of her bra)....
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#8 Aug 23, 2017
Recall reading Daniele Dupre's Wiki page in 2008 or so, as she was so interesting, and now looking at her Wiki page have just learned of her death in 2013 (Daniele Rouille does not seem to have a Wiki page, but since that name is not mentioned on the Daniele Dupre Wiki page concluding I was indeed wrong in thinking they were the same person); interesting to note Daniele Dupre's artwork is featured in the Sao Paulo airport:

Danièle Dupré(1938- November 24, 2013)[1] was a French singer from the 1950s, most notable for representing Luxembourg in the 1957 Eurovision Song Contest with her song Amours mortes (tant de peine)– Faded Love (So Much Pain)– where she finished in a tie for fourth.

A fairly minor star, her recordings occasionally appear on eBay and other places where EPs and 45 RPM singles are sold, and appear occasionally on compilations of 1950s French music.

She spent some time in Brazil as a child. After returning to France, she appeared in a movie, La Parisienne, and went on to receive operatic training. She apparently injured her voice during this training, turning to what was then considered light music.

She toured France, and was invited to perform in the Eurovision contest for Luxembourg. The contest had nowhere near the prestige it has today, and she was ambivalent about the song she was to perform. Like a few performers at the time, she only practiced her song once, at the pre-show rehearsal. At the competition, she met Paule Desjardins, the French contestant, with whom she maintained a long friendship.

Her recordings include several EPs for Polydor that include songs such as "Merci mon Dieu, La chanteuse de blues", "Mon vieux marin" (with the orchestra of Armand Migiani), "Paris-java", "Sarah", "Tu me donnes", "Une femme est jolie", "Mon coeur est un violin", "Marjolaine", "Patricia" and "La gommeuse de 1900".

She retired from the music business in 1958, realizing that rock and roll was eclipsing the music she performed. She turned to interior design, where her most notable work is in the terminal of the São Paulo airport. She gave an interview for the French OGAE (Eurovision fanclub) magazine in 1999 that was later translated into English and published in Eurosong News (the continent-wide OGAE magazine).

She died on November 24, 2013 at the age of 75.
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#9 Aug 23, 2017
That is amazing similarity--just compared those two some more and their voices sound so alike as they both tend to belt out their song(s). Don't know if I've ever seen a closer resemblance of two singers....
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#10 Aug 23, 2017
Another very enjoyable Ria Bartok (cover of Dee Dee Sharp--her cover of a Dee Dee Warrick song is one of my all-time faves):

RIA BARTOK , Dans la Nuit ( Dee Dee Sharp - The Night )

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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#11 Aug 23, 2017
Ria Bartok does that really well.

More detailed info. on her under that video (translated online):

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Marie-Louise PLEISS (aka Ria bartok) was born on 28/01/1943 in Einbeck (Germany).
She studied languages ​​but attracted by the song, the young German will engrave an album and a fortnight of 45t, usually French versions sometimes also recorded by other confirmed artists (Johnny, Richard Anthony).
In 63, she successfully released her first 45T "Because I saw Francois" followed by "You know how to please me" and "Without Love" (adaptation of "Lucky Lips" by Cliff Richard) and "Cur" Recorded by Rita Pavone).
She is invited to "Télé-Dimanche", made her first stage at the Olympia for Musicorama and toured all over France
In 64, she released "Ce Monde" (also played by Richard Anthony) and enjoyed her biggest success with her excellent adaptation of Herman's Hermits' "I'm into something good" tells me".
She also records "Would you take me for 10km?" For the film "Cruelle Méprise" .
She performed with Dick Rivers in France, Switzerland and Belgium.
In 65, three new 45T EPs are born and she records some of her titles in Spanish, German or English in 45T SP
In August 66 she makes a tour through Quebec. She tries unsuccessfully to restart a new career in Canada Then returns to his first passion by teaching English and German.
In 1970, she died prematurely, at the age of 27, in the accidental burning of her hotel room .
Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#12 Aug 23, 2017
Ria Bartok had a great way of covering those tunes--so many others might have butchered it....she's especially good right there @ 1:35-55....

RIA BARTOK , Dans la Nuit ( Dee Dee Sharp - The Night )
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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#13 Aug 23, 2017
Good one. Goes very well with Ria Bartok Dans la Nuit:

FIA KARIN , Va t'en loin de ma peine ( Ho Chiuso Le Finestre , GIANNI MORANDI )

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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#14 Aug 23, 2017
Trop drole !

Fia Karin -Ça Brule (Heat Wave)

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Chris Deile

Boise, ID

#15 Aug 23, 2017
Excellent:

Christine Delaroche / Toc Toc C'est Moi

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Chris Deile

Bellingham, WA

#16 Aug 29, 2017
VERY FUNNY!!!! Just posted a month ago....unsure what the lyrics are about being in Italian, but can't help but laugh viewing this--great b/w video:

Bada Caterina - Carmen Villani
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Chris Deile

Bellingham, WA

#17 Aug 29, 2017
This was posted only 2 weeks ago--a medley of her Bada Caterina clips--the b/w footage is very good:

Carmen Villani-Bada Caterina
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