ABOUTFrench orchestra leader best known for instrumental version of "Love Is Blue" (1968) in which the harpsichord is prominently featured.
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Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
- Love Is Blue 1968
(This refined, Baroque-sounding instrumental song, in which the harpsichord is featured prominently, topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts. Al Martino (1968), Claudine Longet (1968), Manny Kellem (1968), and the Dells (1969) also had hits with sung versions of this song.)
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