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Claudine Longet

Claudine Longet
Real name
Claudine Georgette Longet
Born
January 19, 1942
Country
France
Comments
Paris-born pop singer with a trademark soft, whispery French accent, and actress. Best remembered for a tragic day in 1976 when a gun she was holding discharged into the stomach of her boyfriend, ski legend Spider Sabich, leaving him mortally wounded in the bathroom of their Aspen, Colorado chalet. This tragic event finished her singing and acting career.
Family
Andy Williams Spouse (1961-1975)

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
March 1968 Space Kelly
January 1970 Damon & Naomi
1974 (8 artists)

Covers by Claudine Longet

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1964 Gilbert Bécaud, Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll
September 1966 Isaura Garcia, Pat Boone
September 1966 Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova and Chorus
February 1967 Nicole Croisille & Pierre Barouh
February 1967 The Beatles
March 1967 Agostinho dos Santos
March 1967 The Sopwith "Camel"
March 1967 Mary Wells
March 1967 Franca di Rienzo
March 1967 Buffy Sainte-Marie
March 1967 Esther und Abi Ofarim
July 1967 The Beatles
July 1967 Stan Getz
September 1967 Smokey and His Sister
September 1967 João Gilberto, Peggy Lee - Orchestra conducted by Max Bennett
September 1967 The Paris Sisters
September 1967 Agostinho dos Santos
September 1967 Priscilla Wright with Don Wright and The Septette
September 1967 Skeeter Davis
September 1967 Lesley Miller
September 1967 The Beatles
December 1967 Margo Guryan
Sampled by Pizzicato Five
December 1967 The Johnny Mann Singers
March 1968 Silvia Telles, Astrud Gilberto
March 1968 Weintraubs Syncopators, Marlene Dietrich
March 1968 Juanita Hall
March 1968 Bee Gees
March 1968 Vicky, Vicky - Orch. Arno Flor
March 1968 Gary Lewis & The Playboys
March 1968 Sopwith Camel
March 1968 Rex Harrison
March 1968 The Four Lads with Ray Ellis
May 1968 Vic Damone
May 1968 Jacky
July 1968 Mia Farrow, Rosemary and Little Andy
December 1968 Ethel Waters
December 1968 Judy Collins
December 1968 Donovan
December 1968 Donovan
December 1968 The Mitchell Trio
December 1968 Blind Sammie, Nellie Lutcher and Her Rhythm
December 1968 Mary Mayo
December 1968 Julius LaRosa
December 1968 Gilbert Bécaud, Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll
December 1968 Gordon Lightfoot
December 1968 (unknown), Gordon Heath and Lee Payant, Simon and Garfunkel
July 1969 The Four Preps with Orchestra conducted by Lincoln Mayorga
July 1969 The Robert Cobert Orchestra, The Robert Cobert Orchestra - Narration by David Selby
January 1970 Vivian Blaine
January 1970 Peter Yarrow
January 1970 Fred Neil
January 1970 Trash
January 1970 Bobby Sherman
January 1970 David Whitaker - Vocal: The New Christy Minstrels
January 1970 The Beatles
January 1970 Graham Bonney
October 1970 Bobby Goldsboro
October 1970 Linda Ronstadt
November 1970 Julie London
November 1970 Donovan
November 1970 The Jackson 5
November 1970 Bread
November 1970 Melanie
November 1970 Richard Chamberlain - Cond. by Burt Bacharach
November 1970 Roger Nichols and Paul Williams
November 1970 Melanie
1970 Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
September 1971 Donovan
September 1971 Linda Ronstadt
1972 Neil Young
1972 Paul McCartney
1972 The Beach Boys
1972 Judy Collins
1972 The Beatles, John Lennon, The Beatles with Billy Preston
1972 The Rolling Stones
1972 Mickey Newbury
1972 Graham Nash
1972 Roy Drusky
1974 Kathy Linden
June 18, 1993 Tzeni Karezi, Brenda Lee
June 18, 1993 Hedva and David, (unknown)
June 18, 1993 Peter Yarrow
June 18, 1993 David Pomeranz
June 18, 1993 Lynsey De Paul
June 18, 1993 Moon Mullican

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
December 1967 Originally by Margo Guryan
Sampled by Pizzicato Five

Songs written by Claudine Longet

Adapted songs

Releases

Albums

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Meditation Claudine Longet September 1966 A&M Records
A Man and a Woman Claudine Longet February 1967 A&M Records
Hello, Hello Claudine Longet April 1967 A&M Records
Good Day Sunshine Claudine Longet July 1967 A&M Records
Think of Rain Claudine Longet September 1967 A&M Records
Snow Claudine Longet December 1967 A&M Records
Nothing to Lose Claudine Longet May 1968 A&M Records
Sleep Safe and Warm Claudine Longet July 1968 A&M Records
Shadows of the Night Claudine Longet July 1969 A&M Records
Broomstick Cowboy Claudine Longet October 1970 Barnaby Records
Rien, non rien au monde Claudine Longet 1970 CBS
Claudine Longet canta en español Claudine Longet September 1971 CBS
Who Broke Your Heart and Made You Write That Song Claudine Longet 1974 Barnaby Records

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