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    Wink Belle Epoque - Bamalama [1978]

    Belle Epoque (also referenced in some sources as La Belle Epoque) was the name of a female vocal trio, based in Paris, France. The group first rose to popularity during the mid to late 1970s with a disco remake of the song, "Black Is Black", originally a hit in 1966 for the spanish group Los Bravos.
    Belle Epoque consisted of lead singer Evelyne Lenton, a french singer who began recording and performing in the early 1960s under the name Evy, as well as two back-up singers. Originally, the back-up singers were Jusy Fortes (also known as Judy Lisboa), originating from Cape Verde, and Marcia Briscoe (also known as Marcia Briscue), hailing from Atlanta, Georgia.

    Belle Epoque - Bamalama (1978) [PAL, PCM]

    File Name: Belle Epoque - Bamalama (1978).V0B
    File Size: 118.08 MB / 123 813 888 bytes
    Duration: 00:02:28
    Resolution and Framerate: 768x576, 4 856 Kbps, PAL
    Format: MPEG-PS
    Audio: PCM (PCM), 1 536 Kbps (CBR), 48.0 KHz, 2 channels, 1 stream
















































    more video files of Belle Epoque:
    Belle Epoque - Black Is Black (1977 @ disco)
    Last edited by scaredface; Feb 14,2020 at 00:40. Reason: links update

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    Updated links on 14.02.2020.

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