Audrey Landers – Rendez-Vous. Label: Polydor – 511 203-2. The front cover incorrectly says "RendezVous", but the correct spelling, "Rendez-Vous", is used on the sides and on the CD. Printed in Germany.
이블: A&M Records – SP-9037. Design – Fifty Fingers, Paul Hodgson (3). Drums, Percussion – Michel Dasti. Electric Bass, Trombone – John Doerr.
Rendez-vous is an album by In-Grid released in 2003. Dans ma mémoire - 3:43. Pour toujours - 3:53. Souvenir d'été - 3:30. I'm folle de toi - 3:34. Je ne crois pas - 3:19. Esclave de toi - 3:31. Ah l'amour l'amour - 3:27. You Promised Me - 3:44. We Tango Alone - 3:33. More & More - 3:47. Summer Souvenir - 3:33. So Folle de Toi - 3:39.
Rendezvous is a 1977 album by English folk rock singer-songwriter Sandy Denny, and was her last release before her death. Sandy Denny and Trevor Lucas left Fairport Convention at the end of 1975 and Denny embarked on Rendezvous in the spring of 1976. Trevor Lucas produced the album with a contemporary rock sound designed to turn Denny into a mainstream act. The album is now generally thought to be overproduced with an excess of strings, backing vocals and instrumental overdubs.
Just after his live performance in Houston to celebrate NASA's anniversary, Jean-Michel Jarre released Rendez-Vous, an appropriately cosmic-sounding album of glittering synth pop. It consists of the same music heard at the Houston concert and shows Jarre moving closer to conventional rock territory, though still with his distinct blueprint. The final track, "Last Rendez-Vous: Ron's Piece," was composed by Jarre for astronaut Ron McNair and was intended to be the first musical piece played and recorded in space.
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