She is the first studio album by French-Belgian singer Viktor Lazlo. The album consists of several original jazz pop compositions and includes two cover versions, the first one being Rita Hayworth's Put the Blame on Mame and a French version of the Julie London song Cry Me a River, entitled Pleurer Des Rivieres. The song was successful on the French single charts peaking at No. 27.
207 652. Viktor Lazlo. Canoë Rose (LP, MiniAlbum). Canoë Rose (CD, Album).
This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/135 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Canoë rose. BPM Profile Canoë rose. Album starts at 135BPM, ends at 98BPM (-37), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Viktor Lazlo.
Viktor Lazlo was born as Sonia Dronier on October 7th, 1960 in Lorient (France). Her mother was British (Granada island) and her father came from the Martinique. At four, she settled down in Belgium with her family. Furthermore, thanks to her heritage, she was also fluent in Creole. This album is 'Canoë Rose, Pleurer des rivières'. steve lim. bougth this cd and love it!11.
Viktor Lazlo (real name: Sonia Dronier, born 7 October 1960 in Lorient, France) is a French-Belgian singer of Grenadian and Martiniquan descent. She studied in Belgium, where she is primarily known. Her biggest hit was "Breathless" in 1987. That year she also hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 1987 held in Brussels. Dronier took her stage name from Paul Henreid's character Victor Laszlo in the 1942 film Casablanca. She sings in French, English, Spanish and German.
|7||Put The Blame On Mame||2:50|
|8||Pleurer Des Rivieres||3:48|
|207 652||Viktor Lazlo||Canoë Rose (LP, MiniAlbum)||Miracle! Records||207 652||Belgium||1985|
|20MM-519||Viktor Lazlo||Canoe Rose = 追憶のストーリー (LP, MiniAlbum, Promo)||Polydor||20MM-519||Japan||1985|
|827 820-1||Viktor Lazlo||Canoë Rose (LP, MiniAlbum)||Polydor||827 820-1||France||1985|
|20MM 0519||Viktor Lazlo||Canoë Rose (LP, MiniAlbum)||Polydor||20MM 0519||Japan||1986|
|827 820-4||Viktor Lazlo||Canoë Rose (Cass, MiniAlbum)||Polydor||827 820-4||France||1985|