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Mondialement vôtre is a multi-language album released by Dalida in 1982. This album contains new French single material, plus other language versions of Dalida previous hits and a new Arabic Medley called "Aghani Aghani" that is the biggest hit of the album.

Mondialement vôtre
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Studio album by
Released1982
Recorded1982
GenreWorld, pop, new wave, adult contemporary
LabelOrlando International Shows, Carrere
Dalida chronology
Special Dalida
(1982)
Mondialement vôtre
(1982)
Les p'tits mots
(1983)

This Medley became a huge hit in the Arab World and shot to number 1 on radio Airplay charts of all Arab countries from Lebanon to Egypt, Jordan, Maghreb, Tunis, Syria and Gulf countries. The Medley is still played heavily in Arab Night Clubs (notably in Lebanon), in weddings, school plays and on Arab Radio stations.[citation needed]

Dalida did a world tour after the release of this album and was on demand in all Arab countries that she toured during this period.

Track listingEdit

  1. Confidences sur la fréquence
  2. Si el amor se acaba me voy
  3. Danza
  4. The Great Gigi
  5. Aghani, Aghani
  6. Pour un homme
  7. Am Tag, als der Regen kam
  8. Jouez Bouzouki

SinglesEdit

  • 1981 Am Tag, als der Regen kam / Milord / Er war gerarde 18 Jahr' / La vie en rose

Am tag als de regen kam is the biggest hit of Dalida in Germany back in 1959 and since then the song became a classical Oldies song. Dalida recorded 2 new versions of the song, a disco dance version and a new ballad version. Both versions were released in East Germany and heavily promoted on German RDA TV.

  • 1982 Confidences sur la fréquence/Pour un homme

This double sided single was released in France and the rest of French speaking territories to moderate success. Dalida sang "Confidences sur la fréquence" with a little boy called "Antoine" who was a Radio presenter at the time. The song was performed on many TV shows, mostly live.[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  • L’argus Dalida: Discographie mondiale et cotations, by Daniel Lesueur, Éditions Alternatives, 2004. ISBN 2-86227-428-3 and ISBN 978-2-86227-428-7. ‹See Tfd›(in French)
  • Dalida Official Website ‹See Tfd›(in English) ‹See Tfd›(in French)