Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Mon homme
Melle Mistinguett du Casino de Paris 3:03
2 Kalamazou
Mistinguett 2:16
3 Elle s’appelait Caroline
Mistinguett 2:44
4 Toute petite
Mistinguett 3:40
5 Une femme qui passe
Mistinguett avec André Randall 2:36
6 Ils n’ont pas ça
Mistinguett avec Saint-Granier 2:39
7 Pardon Mamzelle
Mistinguett avec Saint-Granier 2:15
8 Oui… non…
Mistinguett avec André Randall 2:34
9 Le Gri-gri d’amour
Mistinguett avec Boucot 3:00
10 Les Chanteurs de cours
Mistinguett avec Boucot 3:23
11 Valencia
Mistinguett 2:53
12 Depuis que j’ai fait couper mes cheveux
Mistinguett 2:37
13 Le Fado
Mistinguett 2:30
14 Julie… c’est Julie…
Mistinguett avec Jean Gabin 3:05
15 La Java de Doudoune
Mistinguett avec Jean Gabin 2:59
16 Parisette
Mistinguett 2:48
17 C’est un petit rien (Pretty Little Thing)
Mistinguett 2:39
18 Paname n’est pas Paris
Mistinguett 2:37
19 Mitzou c’est une gosse de Paris
Mistinguett 2:28
20 Moineau de Paris
Mistinguett 3:08
21 Mon homme est parti
Mistinguett 3:11
22 La Petite Femme de Paris
Mistinguett 2:50
23 Je n’ai pas le temps (We’re Unconfortable)
Mistinguett 3:01
24 Le Tambour major
Mistinguett 3:10
25 Nuit de Paris (Rio de Janeiro)
Mistinguett 2:29
26 Viens (Mir ist so nach dir)
Mistinguett 3:03

Credits

CD 1

composer:
Charles Borel-Clerc (tracks 6–7)
Pierre Chagnon (Conductor - Composer) (track 12)
Henri Christiné (track 10)
Emile Doloire (track 4)
Vinan Ellis (track 24)
E. A. Fenstad (track 22)
Melville Gideon (track 3)
Manuel de Gredos (track 25)
Louis Hillier (track 2)
Isidore Kiek (track 21)
Masson (track 21)
Fred Mêlé (conductor) (tracks 18–19)
José Padilla Sánchez (composer) (tracks 11, 13–15, 20)
Mischa Spoliansky (track 26)
Henry Tobias (track 17)
Tom Waltham (tracks 18–19)
F. Wolter (track 16)
Maurice Yvain (tracks 1, 5, 8–9)
Fred Pearly (track 12)
conductor:
Edmond Mahieux (1928-05) (tracks 18–19)
Edmond Mahieux (1928-05-05) (tracks 14, 17)
Edmond Mahieux (1928-05-14) (track 15)
Edmond Mahieux (1928-09) (track 16)
Edmond Mahieux (1929-12) (tracks 20–21)
Edmond Mahieux (1930) (tracks 22–23)
Edmond Mahieux (1931-10) (tracks 24–26)
lyricist:
Henri Christiné (track 10)
Louis Hillier (track 2)
Maurice Yvain (track 8)
Georges Arnould (1920s lyricist) (track 9)
Henry Bataille (track 14)
Lucien Boyer (French cabaret artist) (tracks 11, 13)
Marc Cab (track 21)
Jacques Charles (tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 11–13)
André Decaye (track 4)
Al Dubin (track 17)
Didier Gold (tracks 15–16)
André Hornez (track 23)
Léo Lelièvre (fils) (tracks 20, 24–25)
Mistinguett (tracks 14–16, 18–19)
Fred Pearly (tracks 12, 22)
Jean Pic (lyricist) (tracks 18–19)
Billy Rose (lyricist and Broadway producer) (track 17)
Henri Varna (French lyricist) (tracks 20, 25)
Albert Willemetz (tracks 1, 3, 5–7, 9)
Léopold de Lima (tracks 20–26)
orchestra:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1920) (track 5)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1920-09) (tracks 9–10)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1920-10) (tracks 1–2)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1920-11) (tracks 3–4)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1922) (track 8)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1923-03) (track 7)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1924-11) (track 6)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1926) (track 13)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1926-09) (tracks 11–12)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1928-05) (tracks 18–19)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1928-05-05) (tracks 14, 17)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1928-05-05) (track 14)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1928-05-14) (track 15)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1928-09) (track 16)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1929-12) (tracks 20–21)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1930) (tracks 22–23)
Orchestre Edmond Mahieux (1931-10) (tracks 24–26)
translator:
Mistinguett (track 17)
vocals:
Mistinguett (1920) (track 5)
André Randall (1920) (track 5)
Louis Boucot (1920-09) (tracks 9–10)
Mlle Mistinguett du Casino de Paris (1920-09) (tracks 9–10)
Mistinguett (1920-10) (tracks 1–2)
Mistinguett (1920-11) (tracks 3–4)
Mistinguett (1922) (track 8)
André Randall (1922) (track 8)
Mistinguett (1923-03) (track 7)
Saint-Granier (1923-03) (track 7)
Mistinguett (1924-11) (track 6)
Saint-Granier (1924-11) (track 6)
Mistinguett (1926) (track 13)
Mistinguett (1926-09) (tracks 11–12)
Mistinguett (1928-05) (tracks 18–19)
Jean Gabin (1928-05-05) (tracks 14, 17)
Mistinguett (1928-05-05) (tracks 14, 17)
Jean Gabin (1928-05-14) (track 15)
Mistinguett (1928-05-14) (track 15)
Mistinguett (1928-09) (track 16)
Mistinguett (1929-12) (tracks 20–21)
Mistinguett (1930) (tracks 22–23)
Mistinguett (1931-10) (tracks 24–26)
writer:
Ralph Butler (track 23)
Trevor Wallace (track 23)
later parody versions:
C'est ma bonne (track 1)
later translated versions:
My Man (Mon homme) (Reginald Arkell lyrics) (track 1)
My Man (Mon homme) (Channing Pollock lyrics) (track 1)
recording of:
Une femme qui passe (1920) (track 5)
Le Gri-gri d’amour (1920-09) (track 9)
Les Chanteurs de cours (1920-09) (track 10)
Kalamazou (1920-10) (track 2)
Mon homme (1920-10) (track 1)
Elle s'appelait Caroline (1920-11) (track 3)
Toute petite (1920-11) (track 4)
Oui… non… (1922) (track 8)
Pardon Mam'zelle (1923-03) (track 7)
Ils n'ont pas ça (1924-11) (track 6)
Le Fado (1926) (track 13)
Valencia (french lyrics) (1926-09) (track 11)
Mitzou c’est une gosse de Paris (1928-05) (track 19)
Paname n’est pas Paris (1928-05) (track 18)
C’est un petit rien ("Pretty Little Thing") (1928-05-05) (track 17)
Julie… c’est Julie… (1928-05-05) (track 14)
La Java de Doudoune (1928-05-14) (track 15)
Parisette (1928-09) (track 16)
Moineau de Paris (Revue du Casino de Paris « Paris-Miss ») (1929-12) (track 20)
Mon homme est parti (1929-12) (track 21)
La Petite Femme de Paris (1930) (track 22)
Le Tambour major (1931-10) (track 24)
Nuit de Paris (Rio de Janeiro) (Revue du Casino de Paris « Paris qui brille ») (1931-10) (track 25)
Viens (Mir ist so nach dir) (1931-10) (track 26)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
Mir ist so nach dir (track 26)

Release Group

part of:Succès et raretés (Chansophone) (number: 104)