It has been a very long time since we’ve got celebrated this particular pleasure on Sunday when it’s not marked – so far as Christians are involved – by the morning service. And at present Saturday, it’s a joyful promise to not must stand up tomorrow. A track by Mireille and Jean Nohain was recorded by Philippe Clay in 1955 – Tomorrow i sleep till midday – however, at present, we expect all of the extra simply of a late morning, that tomorrow Sunday, we’re confined.
Within the first episode of These songs that make the information this weekend, you hear excerpts from:
Philippe Clay, Tomorrow I sleep till midday (lie in), 1955
Licette Limozin and the Youngsters’s Troupe of the Théâtre du Petit Monde, Sunday, sleep in, 1933
Eddie Constantine, And yawn and sleep, 1953
Lucie Dolène, And yawn and sleep, 1953
Alex Beaupain, Laziness, 2005
Bombs 2 Bal, I’m taking a nap, 2007
Anise, The sleep, 2005
Jim Murple Memorial, And yawn and sleep, 2003
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Bear in mind: in the course of the summer season of 2019, La Playlist de Françoise Hardy was a journey via the musical baggage of an creator, composer and performer thought-about to be the arbiter of the magnificence of pop in France.
In July and August 2017, we spent Un été en Souchon, throughout which Alain Souchon guided us on a tasty stroll via a lifetime of affection for track.
All summer season 2016, within the firm of Vincent Delerm, we wandered round in The love track playlist, truant exploration of well-liked heritage. You too can lengthen the delicacies of this summer season column with the Lover’s Dictionary of French Track, co-published by Plon and franceinfo.