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La Leine De Saba

  • Dec 5, 2010
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Simply a melody, one as beautiful as this, will bring you back to a time when life is hopeful and blissful. I know, I sound like I had some terminal illness or something. No, not really. My friend does. However, that's not the point of writing this review.

Raymond Lefevre is a name that I had almost forgotten. Until I was writing a review about Pierre Porte, another musician who like Raymond Lefevre has a few compositions which I couldn't help but fall in love with. To say it in a more complex way, I would not have known life to be so wonderful if not for what they had instill in me.



Lefevre has passed away in 2008 but his music has stayed with all of us who have had heard it. This is for you, Raymond! Thanks for the best of times and music. La Leine De Saba (Queen of Sabah) = Raymond Lefevre as far as I'm concerned. For some of you it might have been Concerto pour une voix or Ame Caline. Whatever it is, it is the best music of our lifetime! Cheers!!!







The best music are those that bring you beyond your realm of reality and away to a world beyond that of your own. It expands, it enhances and it deepens your connections... with yourself, with your friends and with the world!
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Raymond Lefèvre (November 20, 1929 – June 27, 2008) was a French easy listening orchestra leader, arranger and composer.

Born in CalaisFrance, Lefèvre is best known for his 1968 theme "Soul Coaxing (Ame Caline)", which became an international hit. He also wrote soundtracks for movies with Louis de Funès like La Soupe Aux Choux (1981) or the series of legendary Le Gendarme de Saint Tropez. During the late 1950s and early 1960s he accompanied Dalida on most of herrecordings (BambinoPor FavorTu peux tout faire de moiQuand on n'a que l'amour), amongst many others. He started his musical career in 1956 on the Barclay Records label.



He was accepted at the Paris Conservatory at 17 years old. During the early 1950s he played the piano for the Franck Pourcel orchestra. In 1953 he played the piano at the Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. He started his musical career in 1956 on the Barclay label and recorded his debut album in the same year.

He worked in the French television programs Musicorama (1950s) and Palmarés des Chansons (1965, 1966, 1967) accompanying famous artists as DalidaClaude FrancoisRichard Anthony, with his own orchestra.

His recording of "The Day the Rains Came" was a best...

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