Here is a batch of ephemera which I consider to be my quirkiest and most unique French souvenir: a lot of 14 jukebox song labels! The theme here is music and dancing. Week-end Dance by Debut de Soiree (amazing how much French we do know, n'est-ce pas?:) Un coeur qui danse (a heart that dances). Gerard Blanchard's hit from 1982 "Rock Amadour" is a delightful double entendre. If you've never visited the cliff-hanging village of Rocamadour in France, I highly recommend it. Troglo Dancing pays homage to the famous French caves with the pre-historic paintings in the Dordogne region. Radio Pirate. A couple of polkas. Throw in the Cha Cha Cha and don't forget the Bass and Drums. Add a dose of Sexy Rock. All you gotta do is put "Un Pied Devant L'Autre" (One foot in front of the other) unless, of course, you're doing the Hula Hoop!
Each label is about 1 x 3 inches. These labels are circa late 1970s and 1980s. Overall, for their age, in fine vintage condition. If you are as intrigued by these as I am, but wondering what in the world you could do with them, here's my suggestion: use for wedding table decorations and/or wedding favors, especially perfect for a couple who will be honeymooning in Paris! If you need a large lot of such labels, a couple hundred or so, for such a person, message me and let's work out a reserved listing with a bon marche price for you!
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