Top Dalida Albums
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Dalida at Her Best, Vol. 5
Dalida at Her Best, Vol. 5
[2014]
Buenas Noches Mi Amor
Buenas Noches Mi Amor
[2013]
Les enfants du Pirée
Les enfants du Pirée
[2013]
Eux (Original Album plus Bonus Tracks 1962)
Eux (Original Album plus Bonus Tracks 1962)
[2013]
100 Best Hits
100 Best Hits
[2012]
Dalida Collection, Vol.5
Dalida Collection, Vol.5
[2012]
Dalida Collection, Vol.4
Dalida Collection, Vol.4
[2012]
Dalida, Vol.1 (Rarity Collection)
Dalida, Vol.1 (Rarity Collection)
[2012]
Yolanda 1958 - 59
Yolanda 1958 - 59
[2011]
La plus belle du monde
La plus belle du monde
[2011]
Il meglio di Dalida
Il meglio di Dalida
[2011]
O Sole Mio
O Sole Mio
[2011]
Garde-Moi la Dernièer Valse
Garde-Moi la Dernièer Valse
[2011]
Guaglione
Guaglione
[2011]
Essential 10: Dalida
Essential 10: Dalida
[2011]
La canzone di Orfeo
La canzone di Orfeo
[2011]
Milord
Milord
[2011]
My Best Songs - Dalida
My Best Songs - Dalida
[2011]
Vintage Pop Nº 105 - EPs Collectors,
Vintage Pop Nº 105 - EPs Collectors, "Am Tag Als Der Regen Kam'"
[2010]
All My Succes : Dalida
All My Succes : Dalida
[2010]
Dalida: Rarity Music Pop, Vol. 97
Dalida: Rarity Music Pop, Vol. 97
[2010]
Le disque d'or de Dalida
Le disque d'or de Dalida
[2010]
Bambino
Bambino
[2010]
Glamorous
Glamorous
[2010]
100 Classics - 1956-1960
100 Classics - 1956-1960
[2010]
Come Prima
Come Prima
[2010]
Chansons Premieres
Chansons Premieres
[2010]
Vintage Pop No.8 - EP
Vintage Pop No.8 - EP
[2009]
Chante en Arabe
Chante en Arabe
[2009]
Le rêve oriental
Le rêve oriental
[2007]
Tedalal
Tedalal
[2006]
The Queen
The Queen
[2005]
Dalida Sings in Arabic
Dalida Sings in Arabic
[2003]
Révolution
Révolution
[2001]
Des gens qu'on aimerait connaître
Des gens qu'on aimerait connaître
[1999]
Escales autour du monde
Escales autour du monde
[1998]
Dalida
Dalida
[1997]
Comme si j'étais là
Comme si j'étais là
[1997]
40 Succès en or
40 Succès en or
[1997]
Les années Barclay, l'essentiel (1956-1970, Versions originales)
Les années Barclay, l'essentiel (1956-1970, Versions originales)
[1991]
Les Hommes De Ma Vie lyricsSalma Ya Salama lyricsVive Le Vent lyricsPour En Arriver La lyricsBesame Mucho (embrasse-moi) lyricsEux lyrics (feat. Raymond Lefevre Et Son Orchestre)Il Silenzio (abschiesmelodie) lyricsPardon lyricsLe Lambeth Walk lyricsJ'attendrai lyricsFemme Est La Nuit lyricsPour Garder lyricsGitane lyricsAmericana lyricsTu Peux Tout Faire De Moi lyricsLe Temps Des Fleurs lyricsMaintenant lyricsLa Montagne lyricsLe Ranch De Maria lyricsVieni Vieni Si lyricsLazzarelle lyricsRio Do Brasil lyricsIo T'amero lyricsNon Ce N'est Pas Pour Moi lyricsCiao Ciao Mon Amour lyricsDans Les Rues De Bahia lyricsOh! La La lyricsElle, Lui Et L'Autre lyricsPor Favor lyricsCalypso Italiano lyricsAmstramgram lyricsTesoro Mio lyricsAime Moi lyricsHava Naguila lyricsDarla Dirladada (Collection Mix) lyricsFlamenco Bleu lyricsPilou Pilou He lyricsLa Joie D'aimer lyricsDieu Seul lyricsL'amour Chante lyricsLe Petit Clair De Lune lyricsQuand On N'a Que L'amour lyricsLa Fille Aux Pieds Nus lyricsLe Petit Chemin De Pierres lyricsEh Ben lyricsEt La Vie Continuera lyricsL'amour Et Moi lyricsSi Je Pouvais Revivre Un Jour Ma Vie lyricsIch Werde Warten lyricsJ'ecoute Chanter La Brise lyricsComme Au Premier Jour lyricsS'endormir Comme D'habitude lyricsLes Marrons Chauds lyricsNi Chaud Ni Froid lyricsBras Dessus Bras Dessous lyricsMiguel lyricsFado lyricsGuitare Flamenco lyricsInconnu Mon Amour lyricsMarchand De Fruits lyricsCi Sono Fiori lyricsCe Serait Dommage lyricsTorrent lyricsDes Millions De Larmes lyricsKalimba De Luna lyricsIl Pleut Sur Bruxelles lyricsMarjolaine lyricsRien Qu'un Homme De Plus lyricsJe Suis Malade lyricsCome Prima lyricsO Sole Mio lyricsAmore Scusami lyricsCiao Ciao Bambina lyricsMama lyricsJe Reviens Te Chercher lyrics
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Related Information for DalidaDalida is a romanisation of داليدا naming at least two singers:1) “Dalida” was a pseudonym of Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti (1933-1987), also known as يولاندا كريستينا جيجليوتي and, following French naturalisation, Yolanda Gigliotti, was a singer of Italian origin, who made her career in France. She received fifty-five gold records, and was the first female singer to get a diamond disc. read more