Nino and Radiah  

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Nino and Radiah (1974) is an album by Nino Ferrer and Radiah Frye. It features the song "Le Sud" and is famous for its cover photo by Richard Bennett.

The album was entirely in English. Radiah Frye is the young American singer on the album sleeve. Only one track was in French: "Le Sud", one of Ferrer’s biggest hits. Now a standard of the French repertoire, "le Sud" is in fact only one version of a song originally written in English. When it was released, it was a huge hit, selling over a million copies.

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