Son nom est Dalida

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Son nom est Dalida
Son nom est Dalida cover.jpg
Studio album by Dalida
Released 1957
October 29, 2002 (Remastered)
April 20, 2005 (Re-release)
Recorded 1957
Genre World music, pop, exotica
Label Barclay
Dalida chronology
Son nom est Dalida
(1957)
Miguel
(1957)Miguel1957
Singles from Son nom est Dalida
  1. "Madona"
    Released: 1956
  2. "La violetera"
    Released: 1956
  3. "Bambino"
    Released: 1956

Son nom est Dalida (lit. "Her Name is Dalida") is the debut album by Italian-French singer Dalida, released in 1957, by Barclay Records, catalogue number 80055. In 2002, Barclay Records, an imprint of Universal Music France, released a digitally remastered version of the original LP release in CD and 10" (25 cm) vinyl record (LP), under the same name, and also repackaged as Bambino, Volume 1. The album was again re-released in 2005, under the repackaged name of Bambino, Volume 1.

Content[edit]

The album contains Dalida's first hit single "Bambino" and her first song that was ever on a record: "Madona." Her style here is really more exotic than pop, a musical style which changes for her future 1950s-1960s albums.

Track listing[edit]

Barclay – 80.055 Medium:[1]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Bambino" Giuseppe Fanciulli & Jacques Larue 3:31
2. "Fado" Henri Decker & Michèle Vendôme 3:37
3. "Aime-moi" Jacques Datin & Maurice Vidalin 2:48
4. "Flamenco Bleu" Eddy Marnay, Larry Wagner & Louis Gasté 2:23
5. "Le torrent" Pierre Delanoë & Pierre Havet 2:54
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Madona" Caco Velho, Diritini & Marc Lanjean 3:04
2. "Guitare Flamenco" Charles Dumont, Claude Delecluse & Michelle Senlis 3:06
3. "Gitane" Charles Dumont & Maurice Robin 2:55
4. "Mon cœur va" Charles Dumont & Robert Chabrier 2:52
5. "La violetera" Albert Willemetz, José Padilla Sánchez & Jean Granier 3:48
Total length: 30:58

Singles[edit]

  • 1956 Madona, also "Volume 1"
  • 1956 La Violetera, also "Volume 2"
  • 1956 Bambino, also "Volume 3"

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Son nom est Dalida". Discogs. Retrieved December 6, 2016.