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Les Aiglons

Les Aiglons

Les Aiglons


Les Aiglons from Guadeloupe is a 1970s " kadens " band. ( Like Les Gentlemen, Les Léopards or Les Vikings de la Guadeloupe ) "A classic Guadeloupian band of the '70s cadence era who, like nearly all bands of the period, were heavily influenced by the Haitian music that literally overwhelmed the Antilles from the late '50s to the early '80s. Les Aiglons held the record for the most sales of a record (Cuisse-La) of any Antilles band until the overwhelming success of Kassav' with Zouk-La Se Sel Medikamen Nou Ni in 1985. Read more on Last.fm
Les Aiglons from Guadeloupe is a 1970s " kadens " band. ( Like Les Gentlemen, Les Léopards or Les Vikings de la Guadeloupe ) "A classic Guadeloupian band of the '70s cadence era who, like nearly all bands of the period, were heavily influenced by the Haitian music that literally overwhelmed the Antilles from the late '50s to the early '80s. Les Aiglons held the record for the most sales of a record (Cuisse-La) of any Antilles band until the overwhelming success of Kassav' with Zouk-La Se Sel Medikamen Nou Ni in 1985. The band broke up quietly after their 1987 release, Bon'm La, but two members resurfaced in the summer of 1988 as a more commercial project called Love Stars." ~ Gene Scaramuzzo, All Music Guide Members : Michel Nerplat Pierre d'Alexis ( lead vocals and keyboards ) Hit-Tracks : "Le Chaperon Blanc", "Fanm Cho" , "Dijonte"...

Les Aiglons From switzerland ( also known as the Eagles )is an instrumental surf-rock band ( kind of the Sputniks or The Shadows) played between 1961 /1965. More about the swiss Eagles in the french topic Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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