November 23, 2014

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Belle Epoque - Bamalama b/w Taste Of Destruction (1978) - single

Belle Epoque (also referenced in some sources as La Belle Epoque) was the name of a female vocal trio, based in Paris, France. Belle Epoque consisted of lead singer Evelyne Lenton, a French singer who began recording and performing in the early 1960s under the name Evy, as well as two back-up singers. Originally, the back-up singers were Jusy Fortes (also known as Judy Lisboa), originating from Cape Verde, and Marcia Briscoe (also known as Marcia Briscue), hailing from Atlanta, Georgia.However, over time, as Lenton notes, "The girls kept changing with the circumstances."
The group first most popularity during the mid to late 1970s.

A - Bamalama (3:47)
Written-by: A. Weyman, E. Lenton / Produced-by: Prima Linea / Arranged & Conducted-by: Albert Weyman
B - Taste Of Destruction (2:20)
Written-by: A. Weyman, E. Lenton / Produced-by: Prima Linea / Arranged & Conducted-by: Albert Weyman

Label:  Carrere Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  49346

1978
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