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Na de Tweede Wereldoorlog kwam hij in contact met de Parijse variant van de jazz, voornamelijk de jazzgitaar met onder meer Django Reinhardt en Ray Ventura, overigens een oom van hem. Op zijn negentiende trok hij naar New York waar hij zijn Engelse taalkennis verbeterde en in het wereldje van componisten en producers terechtkwam. Vanaf de beginjaren ’60 trad hij op in televisieshows. Na een auto-ongeval in 1985 stopte bijna zijn carrière, omdat hij aansprakelijk werd gesteld voor de geleden schade van zijn passagier, de actrice Chantal Nobel. Samen met Henri Salvador is hij één van de weinige Franse muzikanten die in de Dictionaire du jazz vermeld staan.

Het nummer Monsieur Cannibale dat in de jaren 60 gezongen werd door Sacha Distel wordt in De Efteling gebruikt bij de attractie Monsieur Cannibale. Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 29 okt 2018 om 23:03. Gelijk delen, er kunnen aanvullende voorwaarden van toepassing zijn. Zie de gebruiksvoorwaarden voor meer informatie. This article does not cite any sources.

Sacha Distel with French lyrics by Jean Broussolle, published in 1962. It was featured in the movie Seven Capital Sins. The song is best known in the English-speaking world as a 1963 recording by Tony Bennett with English lyrics by 1934 born composer Jack Reardon. He gained a number 18 hit on the U.

In 1973, the song was released by Julius La Rosa as a single 45 record on vinyl, with « Save Me a Song » on side B, on RCA’s Victor label. It became a hit at Metromedia radio station WNEW, 1130 on the AM dial, in New York City. A version of the song, sung by Tony Orlando, was used as the theme song of the short lived sitcom of the same name, starring Larry Hagman. Orlando’s version was subsequently released on Bell Records. The Good Life » was the theme song of the 2000 British gangster film, Gangster No. 1, and it was also employed as a 2007 jingle for a line of pet foods of the same name.

This pop standards-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This 1960s pop song-related article is a stub. Jump to navigation Jump to search « Sacha » redirects here. For the Central Asian people, see Saka. For the Siberian people, see Yakuts.

Sasha is a unisex name which originated in Eastern and Southern European countries as the shortened version of Alexander and Alexandra. It is also used as a surname, although very rarely. This name is especially common in Europe, where it is used by both females and males as a diminutive of Alexandra and Alexander, respectively. Despite its popularity in informal usage, the name is rarely recorded on birth certificates in countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, and Ukraine, as it is considered a diminutive, not a formal name. Exceptions are Croatia, Germany, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia and Switzerland.

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