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Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra - Blooming Hits

Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra - Blooming Hits
  • Performer Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
  • Title Blooming Hits
  • Country Australia
  • Style Ballad, Easy Listening
  • Label Philips
  • Catalog number PDS 291
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Stereo
  • Genre Jazz / Pop
  • Size MP3 2988 mb
  • Size FLAC 1267 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 549


1Adieu A La Nuit (Adieu To The Night)
Written-By – M. Jarre, M. Vidalin
2Inch Allah
Written-By – S. Adamo
3Seuls Au Monde (Alone In The World)
Written-By – Del Roma
4Somethin' Stupid
Written-By – C. Carson Parks
Written-By – J. Monty, S. Bono
6Penny Lane
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
7L' Amour Est Bleu (Love Is Blue)
Written-By – A. Popp, P. Cour
8This Is My Song
Written-By – C. Chaplin
9There's A Kind Of Hush (All Over The World)
Written-By – G. Stephens, L. Reed
10Puppet On A String
Written-By – B. Martin, P. Coulter


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PHS 600-248Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra Blooming Hits ‎(LP, Album)PhilipsPHS 600-248US1967
SLW-1660Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra Blooming Hits ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora)World RecordSLW-1660Taiwan1968
PHS 600-248Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra Blooming Hits ‎(LP, Album)PhilipsPHS 600-248US1967
PHS 600-248, PHS 600.248Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra Blooming Hits ‎(LP, Album)Philips, PhilipsPHS 600-248, PHS 600.248Canada1967
PHS 600-248Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra Blooming Hits ‎(Reel)PhilipsPHS 600-248USA & Canada1967


  • Liner NotesDick Lochte
  • Photography – Malinowski/Prokop


A3: From the motion picture "A Countess from Hong Kong"


  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): MX155323
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): MX155324


  • Manufactured By – Phonogram Recordings Pty. Limited
  • Distributed By – Phonogram Recordings Pty. Limited



Paul Mauriat - Blooming Hits PHILIPS PHS 600-248 Side A 1 Somethin' stupid 00:00 2 Penny lane 2:41 3 This is my song 5:07 4 Seuls au monde Alone in the wo. Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra. Carson Parks. UMG от лица компании Mercury PEDL, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. EMI Music Publishing и другие авторские общества 4. Penny Lane Instrumental. Paul Mauriat. Blooming Hits. Album 1968 10 Songs. There's a Kind of Mauriat And His Orchestra: Love Story, Sous le ciel de Paris - padam, padam, Symphony in G minor K550: 3. Menuet и другие песни. Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra: все альбомы, включая Best Of , Love Is Blue , Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra - Unforgettable Melodies и другие. Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra. Blooming Hits LP, Album. Philips , Philips. SBL 7837, 840 597 PY. Paul Mauriat - Blooming hits USA 1967 25:56. My Choice 477 - Paul Mauriat: Somethin' Stupid 2:39. PAUL MAURIAT-PENNY LANE ペニーレイン 2:27. Blooming Hits was a studio instrumental album by Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra. It was released in 1967 and spent five weeks at number one in 1968. The single Love Is Blue hit number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968. The album was briefly re-released by Collectors' Choice Music on CD, but is now out of print. Somethin' Stupid. Penny Lane. This Is My Song. Seuls Au Monde Alone in the World. Inch Allah. There's A Kind of Hush. Puppet on a String. L'Amour Est Bleu Lo. 1988 Anniversary Collection. Definitive Collection. Now And Then. Christmas Album. Love Is Blue. Paul Mauriat Format: Audio CD. We've been trying to license this album for years it includes the ever-seductive 1968 hit 'Love Is Blue', which has to rank as one of THE great instrumental hits of the '60s, and in fact was the first instrumental to top the charts since the Tornados' 'Telstar' way back in 1962 . Listen free to Paul Mauriat Blooming Hits Somethin' Stupid, Penny Lane and more. 10 tracks 25:17. Paul Mauriat Marseille, 4 March 1925 3 November 2006 in Perpignan was a French orchestra leader, specializing in light music. Mauriat grew up in Marseilles and began leading his own band during the Second World War. In the 1950s he became musical director to at least two well-known French singers, Charles Aznavour and Maurice Chevalier, touring with them respectively