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Carole Laure

Well-known for acoustic albums such as for example Night time Magic (1985) and She Says MOVE AHEAD (1991), this French-Canadian vocalist can be notable on her behalf digital music album Sentiments Naturels (1997), in addition to on her behalf country traditional western cover album Traditional western Shadows (1989). She released her debut documenting, Alibis, in 1978. An celebrity and a vocalist, she made an appearance in such 1970s and ’80s movies as Sweet Film and L’Ange et la Femme. She and her vocalist/songwriter and music maker spouse, Lewis Furey, collaborated within the albums Fantastica (1980), Enregistrement Open public au Theater de la Porte Saint-Martin (1982), and Night time Magic (1985). She and Furey welcomed kids called Clara and Tom. Her recording She Says MOVE AHEAD carries a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s popular track “Crimson Haze.”

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