Various - El For Café Après-Midi album FLAC
Various – Crépuscule For Café Après-Midi. Label: Les Disques Du Crépuscule – VICP-61558. Café Après-Midi –, Crépuscule For Café Après-Midi – 1. Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Digipak.
Album · 2008 · 29 Songs. Café Après-midi File Various Artists.
Pillows & Prayers: Cherry Red Records 1981-1984. Cherry Red for Café Après-midi (2002)YouTube.
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Café Après-midi: él for Café Après-midi. Café Après-midi: él for Café Après-midi. An outgrowth of the heralded Cherry Red label - already feted with its own Café Après-midi retrospective - Mike Alway's él Records defined Baroque pop during the 1980s, building an arch, Eurocentric catalog that found its greatest appreciation among Japanese listeners. One of them no doubt was Toru Hashimoto, the mastermind behind the Café Après-midi series, who brings to the 27-song él for Café Après-midi collection his usual flair for cutting and pasting together compilations that are seamless evocations of their unique time and place.
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Café Après-Midi: Olive. Release group by Various Artists. Café Après-Midi: Olive. JP. Universal (plain logo: "Universal"). Type: Album + Compilation.
English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Café Après-midi added an event. 13 May at 08:09 ·. Fri, 24 may at 20:00 utc+09. 5/24 Friday Lounge at Café Après-midi.
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Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (L. 86), known in English as Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, is a symphonic poem for orchestra by Claude Debussy, approximately 10 minutes in duration. It was composed in the year 1894, the same year that the piece was first performed. It was first performed in Paris on 22 December 1894, conducted by Gustave Doret. The flute solo was played by Georges Barrère.
|1||–Louis Philippe||Ulysses And The Siren|
|3||–The King Of Luxembourg||Mad|
|4||–Would-Be-Goods||The Camera Loves Me|
|6||–Louis Philippe||You Mary You|
|7||–The Cavaliers||It's A Beautiful Game|
|8||–Bad Dream Fancy Dress||Where Have All The Schoolboys Gone?|
|9||–Marden Hill||Oh Constance|
|10||–Anthony Adverse||Green Park|
|12||–Anthony Adverse||Our Fairy Tale|
|13||–The King Of Luxembourg||Valleri|
|14||–Hunky Dory||Noisy Fun And Famous|
|15||–Louis Philippe||Like Nobody Do|
|16||–Would-Be-Goods||Velazquez And I|
|18||–Would-Be-Goods||The Hanging Gardens Of Reigate|
|19||–Marden Hill||What's All The Fuss About|
|21||–Simon Turner*||Andy Warhol|
|22||–Louis Philippe||If You're Missing Someone|
|23||–Ambassador 277||The Pop Up Man|
|24||–The King Of Luxembourg||A Picture Of Dorian Gray|
|25||–Caprice||The 13th Day Of Christmas|
|26||–Louis Philippe||Little Pad|
|27||–Florentines*||Lose That Long Face|