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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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"Elle et moi" is a musical composition by Max Berlin, written by Jean-Pierre Cerrone, Pascal Valadon [1] and Daniel Russo[2], first published in 1978 on the Belgian recording label USA Import.

This is the type of track which has survived in popular consciousness through nightclub play rather than radio play. I can't remember hearing "Elle et Moi" on any commercial radio station. Tom Barman's film Any Way the Wind Blows used the song for its soundtrack.

Skilled and knowledgeable DJs usually play it after or before Serge Gainsbourg's Requiem pour un con.



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