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A Croire Que C'Etait Pour La Vie Import

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  • Audio CD (March 27 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Copeland International Arts
  • ASIN: B000NJL0CA
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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Disc: 1
1. Welcome Home
2. Acheve Ta Haine
3. J'y Vais Pas Tout Droit
4. Elle Est Sur Son Ile
5. La Terre Tourne
6. Ai Juste Besoin De Toi
7. La Mort
8. Y A Plus D'Saisons
9. Au Commencement
10. J'Noie Mes Ennuis
See all 15 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
2. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
3. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
4. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
5. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
6. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
7. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
8. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
9. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
10. Excerpts From 'Secret Police Man'
See all 44 tracks on this disc

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Croire Que CEtait Pour La Vie

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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Music, Good Movie & Good Guy April 10 2010
By Calvin S. Holt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Very late in my comments...but here goes. I got the chance to meet Mr. Padovani on his world tour of his movie (Rock & Roll of Corse!) and album when they came thru Singapore (Director was with him). Because there are such nice guys - your supporting a good cause! :) But the upside is his guitar playing is enticing and his voice can be quite seductive and mesmerizing. You feel cool listening to it! It's a shame the movie is not for sale yet..its a gem as well. I want to see it again. I read the book as well. I've tempered my ill feelings towards Sting for breaking up the Police after my Mr. Padovani's generous comments toward the band in general.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Police Reunited April 1 2007
By Charlie Saltzman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Sting, Stewart Copeland & Henry Padovani were the original members of the police. They reunite for one song on 'Welcome Home', this song (like the entire album) is sung in french, however it belongs in a Police greatest hits package, it's truly an amazing song & worth the price alone for this two cd set. Padovani always had talent, that was never a problem with why he did not stay with the police. Henry finally releases something that is groundbreaking, even more so then anything in Sting's solo library. All the songs work, although the bonus track (from a film soundtrack) could have been left out as it is a bit out of place. Disc two is funny & very informative. Buy this cd!
4.0 out of 5 stars Cool - Just Cool... Dec 14 2013
By lone wolf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the original guitarist for the Police before Andy Summers was brought in to record their first albums. Henry Padovani made a very nice name for himself regardless, especially as a music producer which kept him many friends. This album has Padovani singing, or more like lyrically speaking in French which to me sounds so damn cool it is spooky !

The music production is very good with a bit of a smooth jazz style feel. Not really the bite to it of the Flying Padovani's (Henry's band after being dumped by the Police). A great listen two or three times, but then it went in to my "relaxation" playlist and is better when shuffled among the others.

This set also includes a bonus disc that has several excepts from Padovani's book "Secret Police Man". Interesting history of what went on back then and how Padovani's relationship with the Police has held together. But the excerpts are much too short and are more like the annoying audio previews provided on websites selling a CD.

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