Ngọc Lan

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Maria Lê Thanh Lan, stage name Ngọc Lan "Jade Orchid" (Nha Trang, 28 December 1956 - California, 6 March 2001), was a Vietnamese female singer known for covering nostalgic French-language pop hits of the 1970s.[1] Among her hits the best known were Mon amie la rose of Françoise Hardy, Johnny, Johnny of Jeanne Mas, Joe le taxi of Vanessa Paradis, Tombe la neige of Salvatore Adamo, Pour en arriver-là of Dalida and Poupée de cire, poupée de son.[2]

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  1. ^ Popular music and communication - Page 223 James Lull - 1992 "Linda Trang Dai, who along with Khanh Ha and Ngoc Lan are the Vietnamese community's most famous singers, ..."
  2. ^ La Revue musicale - 402-404 1987- Page 131 "Parmi des chanteuses connues au Vietnam ... Ils commencent à gagner du terrain : Linda Trang Dài, Ngoc Lan, "