Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Valentine
2:32
2 Mon cœur
2:58
3 Si vous êtes
3:04
4 Mais où est ma Zouzou ?
2:31
5 Moi j’fais mes coups en-dessous
3:10
6 Marguerite
2:29
7 Moi-z-et elle
2:59
8 Sans avoir l’air d’y toucher
2:22
9 Ma régulière
2:30
10 Quand on revient
2:14
11 Dites-moi ma mère
2:53
12 Ma Louise
3:17
13 J’ai peur de coucher tout seul
3:14
14 Mon vieux Paris
3:03
15 Une brune, une blonde
3:02
16 Petite dame de l’expo
2:57
17 Mon cocktail d’amour
2:22
18 Le Chapeau de Zozo
2:37
19 Mimi
2:26
20 Paris, je t’aime d’amour
2:20
21 Quand un vicomte…
2:44
22 Donnez-moi la main, mam’zelle
3:24
23 Les Mirlitons
3:02
24 Prosper
3:05
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Y’a d’la joie
2:51
2 Ma pomme
2:57
3 L’amour est passé près de vous
3:07
4 Un p’tit air
2:47
5 On est comme on est
3:13
6 Ça s’est passé un dimanche
3:08
7 Ah ! Si vous connaissiez ma poule !
3:17
8 Appelez ça comme vous voulez
2:54
9 Partout c’est l’amour
3:03
10 Arthur, fox à poils durs
3:17
11 Mimile
3:11
12 Ça fait d’excellents Français
3:12
13 Il pleurait
2:46
14 Paris sera toujours Paris
3:17
15 La Choupetta
2:49
16 Notre éspoir
3:09
17 La Chanson du maçon
3:12
18 Ça sent si bon la France
2:57
19 La Marche de Ménilmontant
2:47
20 La Polka des barbus
3:06
21 Symphonie des semelles en bois
3:20
22 La Fête a neu-neu
3:03
23 Quai de Bercy
3:25
24 Fleur de Paris
2:33

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (tracks 6–11)
London, England, United Kingdom (1926-10) (track 3)
London, England, United Kingdom (1926-10-27) (track 4)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1935-10-11) (tracks 22–24)
piano:
Clément Doucet (tracks 3–4)
Jean Wiener (tracks 3–4)
composer:
Charles Borel-Clerc (tracks 8–9, 18)
A. Chantrier (track 7)
Henri Christiné (track 1)
Walter Donaldson (track 4)
André Gregh (track 23)
Mireille Hartuch (track 21)
Learsi (track 22)
Walter Kollo (track 10)
Casimir Oberfeld (track 13)
Fred Pearly (track 23)
Richard Rodgers (track 19)
Maurice Roget (track 6)
Victor Schertzinger (tracks 17, 20)
Vincent Scotto (tracks 3, 24)
Albert Valsien (French conductor, composer & arranger) (track 22)
Jean Wiener (track 14)
Maurice Yvain (track 11)
conductor:
Jo Bouillon (tracks 21–24)
Pierre Chagnon (Musician - Composer) (tracks 7–11)
Leonard Joy (composer) (track 17)
Ray Ventura (track 15)
lyricist:
Fred Pearly (track 23)
Pierre Bayle (track 22)
René Dorin (tracks 3, 6)
Clifford Grey (tracks 17, 20)
Lorenz Hart (track 19)
Géo Koger (track 24)
Jean Le Seyeux (tracks 9–10)
Jean Nohain (track 21)
Louis Poterat (track 14)
Charles-Louis Pothier (tracks 7, 13)
Saint-Granier (tracks 9–10)
René Sarvil (track 18)
Vincent Telly (track 24)
Albert Willemetz (tracks 1, 7–11, 13, 23)
Henri Bataille (tracks 4, 17, 20)
orchestra:
translator:
Henri Bataille (track 20)
vocals:
Maurice Chevalier (tracks 13, 15, 21–24)
Maurice Chevalier (1926-10-26) (track 3)
Yvonne Vallée (1926-10-26) (track 3)
Maurice Chevalier (1926-10-27) (track 4)
Maurice Chevalier (1926-11) (track 6)
Maurice Chevalier (1927-11) (track 11)
Maurice Chevalier (1927-12) (tracks 7–10)
Maurice Chevalier (1930-03-07) (track 17)
writer:
publisher:
later translated versions:
Mimi (film "Aimez-moi ce soir") (track 19)
recording of:
Le Chapeau de Zozo (track 18)
Mimi (from 1932 film "Love Me Tonight") (track 19)
Mon vieux Paris (track 14)
Quand un vicomte (track 21)
Valentine (Maurice Chevalier song) (track 1)
Si vous êtes (1926-10-26) (track 3)
Mais où est ma Zouzou ? (1926-10-27) (track 4)
Marguerite (1926-11) (track 6)
Dites-moi ma mère (1927-11) (track 11)
Ma Régulière (1927-12) (track 9)
Moi z-et elle (1927-12) (track 7)
Quand on revient (1927-12) (track 10)
Sans avoir l'air d'y toucher (1927-12) (track 8)
Mon cocktail d’amour (1930-03-07) (track 17)
Donnez-moi la main, mam'zelle (1935-10-11) (track 22)
Les Mirlitons (1935-10-11) (track 23)
Prosper (Yop, la boum) (from "Parade du monde") (1935-10-11) (track 24)
translated version of:

CD 2

recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1936-10-20) (track 2)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1939-07-07) (track 6)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1939-10-31) (track 8)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1941-11-18) (tracks 17–18)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1942-12-03) (track 21)
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1945-03-29) (track 24)
composer:
Henri Betti (tracks 16–17)
Charles Borel-Clerc (tracks 2, 7, 19)
Charlys (track 3)
Sascha Chwat (track 3)
Frédo Gardoni (track 3)
Louiguy (track 18)
Casimir Oberfeld (track 14)
Georges van Parys (tracks 6, 8, 12)
Rudi Revil (aka "Cadix") (track 13)
Vincent Scotto (track 21)
Maurice Vandair (tracks 17, 19, 24)
Michel Emer (1937) (track 1)
Charles Trenet (1937) (track 1)
conductor:
Marcel Cariven (tracks 1, 6, 8–9, 13, 17–18)
Roger Désormière (track 2)
Jacques Hélian (track 24)
Raymond Legrand (track 21)
lyricist:
Maurice Vandair (track 13)
Henri Bourtayre (aka 'James H. Midway') (track 24)
Jean Boyer (film director and songwriter) (tracks 6, 8, 12)
Maurice Chevalier (tracks 16–17, 19, 21)
Georges Fronsac (track 2)
Jacques Larue (track 18)
Lucien Rigot (track 2)
Raymond Souplex (track 3)
René Toche (track 7)
Albert Willemetz (tracks 7, 14, 21)
Charles Trenet (1937) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Eugène Ravenet (track 1)
vocals:
Maurice Chevalier (tracks 1–2, 6, 8–9, 13, 17–18, 21, 24)
publisher:
Éditions Raoul Breton (1937) (track 1)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1937-02-10) (track 1)
recording of:
Notre éspoir (track 16)
Ma pomme (Maurice Chevalier song) (1936-10-20) (track 2)
Y’a d’la joie (1937-02-10) (track 1)
Il pleurait (film "Pièges") (1939) (track 13)
Ça s’est passé un dimanche (1939-07-07) (track 6)
Appelez ça comme vous voulez (1939-10-31) (track 8)
La Chanson du maçon (1941-11-18) (track 17)
Ça sent si bon la France (1941-11-18) (track 18)
La Symphonie des semelles en bois (1942-12-03) (track 21)
Fleur de Paris (1945-03-29) (track 24)