I have seen that many people are looking for a very rare cover of "Flamenco", a 1965 hit by "Los Brincos" (see in this blog), realeased by Dalida. Here it is.
Dalida (17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), born with Italian name of Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti, was a world-famous singer and actress born in Egypt with Italian origins but naturalised French with the name Yolanda Gigliotti. She spent her early years in Egypt amongst the Italian Egyptian community, but she lived most of her adult life in France. She received 55 gold records and was the first singer to receive a diamond disc. Dalida performed and recorded in more than 10 languages including: French, Arabic, Italian, Greek, German, English, Japanese, Hebrew, Dutch and Spanish.
Renowned for the changes she wrought to the French and global music industry with her powerful and colourful performances, she is today still remembered by aficionados throughout the world. A 30-year career (she debuted in 1956 and recorded her last album in 1986, a few months before her death) and her death led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer.
Le Rêve Oriental is a remix album by Dalida, released in 1998.
- "Quand s'arrêtent les violons" (Latino Mix)
- "Io t'amero" (Tres palabras) (Duet in Spanish with Sebastian Abaldonato)
- "Femme est la nuit"
- "Flamenco "Oriental" (Duet in Italian/French with Sebastian Abaldonato)
- "La Feria"
- "Lady d'Arbanville"
- "T'es fier de toi ?"
- "Aghani, Aghani" (Gitano, gitano) (Duet with Sebastian Abaldonato)
- "Salma Ya Salama" (Sueño Flamenco) (Duet in Spanish-Egyptian with Sebastian Abaldonato)
- "Ils ont changé ma chanson"
- "Akhsan nass" (1998 Version in Egyptian)