Taka takata" is a song originally recorded by Paco Paco, a Spanish singer living in Brussels. The song was released as a single in 1972 and was a hit in Europe. In the same year the song was adapted into French under the title "Taka takata (La femme du Toréro)" by Claude Lemesle and Richelle Dassin. The French version was recorded by Joe Dassin. He released it in 1972 on his album Joe and as a single. The Paco Paco original was written by Al Verlane. The recording was produced by Biram.
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Taka takata" is a song originally recorded by Paco Paco, a Spanish singer living in Brussels In the same year the song was adapted into French under the title "Taka takata (La femme du Toréro)" by Claude Lemesle and Richelle Dassin. Background and writing. The Paco Paco original was written by Al Verlane Commercial performance. The single "Taka takata" by Joe Dassin reached no. 1 in Finland (according to the chart, courtesy of Intro, that . Billboard published in its "Hits of the World" section), at least no. 9 in Greece in the international singles chart (courtesy of Hellenikos Vorras and Epikera), and at least no. 4 in French Switzerland (chart courtesy of.
Written-By – Al Verlane
Written-By – Al Verlane
|BF 18093||Paco Paco||Taka-Takata (7", Single)||Bellaphon||BF 18093||Germany||1972|
|2103 316||Paco Paco||Taka Takata / Ole España (7", Single)||Biram||2103 316||Belgium||1980|
|OM 35.980-H, DU 22.411||Paco Paco||Taka-Takata (7", Single)||Omega International, Omega International||OM 35.980-H, DU 22.411||Netherlands||1972|
|M 7126||Paco Paco||Taka-Takata (7", Single)||Joker||M 7126||Italy||1972|
|6109 021||Paco Paco||Taka Takata / Ole España (7", Single)||Biram||6109 021||Belgium||1972|