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 R.I.P.: Jim Ed Brown of the Browns (3 Bells)

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MessageSujet: R.I.P.: Jim Ed Brown of the Browns (3 Bells)   Ven 12 Juin 2015, 05:34




Citation :
Illness and Death
Brown announced in September 2014 that he had been diagnosed with lung cancer and had temporarily retired from hosting his radio programs; he had since returned to hosting. Although in remission since early 2015, it was announced on June 3, the cancer returned and he died a week later on June 11, 2015 at the age of 81 as a result.[1]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ed_Brown#Illness_and_Death

Cancer du poumon

Citation :
Grand Ole Opry member Jim Ed Brown dies at 81
FRANKLIN, Tenn. –  Jim Ed Brown, a longtime Grand Ole Opry member who had solo and group hits and was a prominent figure on country music television shows, died Thursday. He was 81.

Brown died of cancer at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee, according to a news release from Webster Public Relations. He will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame this year.

In the mid-1950s, Brown and his two sisters, Bonnie and Maxie, formed the trio known as The Browns, and had the No. 1 hit "The Three Bells" on both the pop and country charts in 1959. The three recorded for RCA Records from 1954 to 1967.

Bonnie and Maxine left the group in the mid-1960s to raise their families. Jim Ed Brown then had a solo career, beginning with the hit "Pop-A-Top Again" in 1967. Others were "Morning" in 1970 and "Southern Living" in 1973. His last chart record as a solo was in 1979.
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2015/06/11/grand-ole-opry-member-jim-ed-brown-dies-at-81/
http://www.jimedbrown.com/

Donc, "Three Bells", "Les Trois Cloiches" est depuis les années 1950, une bonne chanson. Mellow et doux.

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There's a village hidden deep in the valley
Among the pine trees all forlorn
And there on a sunny morning
Little Jimmy Brown was born
So his parents brought him to the chapel
When he was only one day old
And the priest blessed the little fellow
"Welcome, Jimmy, to the fold".

All the chapel bells were ringing
In the little valley town
And the songs that they were singing
Were for baby Jimmy Brown.
And the little congregation
Prayed for wisdom from above
"Lead us not into temptation,
Bless this hour of meditation,
Guide him with eternal love. "

There's a village hidden deep in the valley
Beneath the mountains high above
And there, twenty years thereafter
Jimmy Brown would meet his love
Many friends were gathered in the chapel
And many tears of joy were shed
In June on a Sunday morning
When Jimmy and his bride were wed.

All the chapel bells were ringing
'Twas a great day in his life
And the songs that they were singing
Were for Jimmy and his wife
And the little congregation
Prayed for guidance from above:
"Lead us not into temptation,
Bless, oh Lord, this celebration,
May their lives be filled with love. "

From the village hidden deap in the valley
One rainy morning dark and grey
A soul winged it's way to Heaven
Jimmy Brown had passed away.
Silent people gathered in the chapel
To say farewell to their old friend
Whose life had been like a flower
Budding, blooming 'till the end.

Just a lonely bell was ringing
In the little valley town
'Twas farewell that it was singing
To our good old Jimmy Brown.
And the little congregation
Prayed for guidance from above:
"Lead us not into temptation,
May his soul find the salvation
Of thy great eternal love. "
http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/jim_ed_brown/three_bells.html

Citation :
[les Compagnons]
Village au fond de la vallée
Comme égaré presque ignoré
Voici qu'en la nuit étoilée
Un nouveau-né nous est donné
Jean-François Nicot il se nomme
Il est joufflu, tendre et rosé
À l'église beau petit homme
Demain tu seras baptisé.

[Edith]
Une cloche sonne sonne
Sa voix d'écho en écho
Dit au monde qui s'étonne
C'est pour Jean-François Nicot
C'est pour accueillir une âme
Une fleur qui s'ouvre au jour
À peine à peine une flamme
Encore faible qui réclame
Protection, tendresse, amour.

[les Compagnons]
Village au fond de la vallée
Loin des chemins loin des humains
Voici qu'après dix-neuf années
Cœur en émoi le Jean-François
Prend pour femme la douce Élise
Blanche comme fleur de pommier
Devant Dieu dans la vieille église
Ce jour, ils se sont mariés.


[Edith]
Toutes les cloches sonnent sonnent
Leur voix d'écho en écho
Merveilleusement couronne
La noce à François Nicot
Un seul cœur, une seule âme,
Dit le prêtre, et pour toujours,
Soyez une pure flamme
Qui s'élève et qui proclame
La grandeur de votre amour.

[les Compagnons]
Village au fond de la vallée
Des jours, des nuits, le temps a fui
Voici qu'en la nuit étoilée
Un cœur s'endort François est mort
Car toute chair est comme l'herbe
Elle est comme la fleur des champs
Épis, fruits mûrs, bouquets et gerbes
Hélas ! tout va se desséchant.

[Edith]
Une cloche sonne sonne
Elle chante dans le vent
Obsédante et monotone
Elle redit aux vivants:
Ne tremblez pas cœurs fidèles
Dieu vous fera signe un jour
Vous trouverez sous son aile
Avec la vie éternelle
L'éternité de l'amour.
http://www.paroles.net/edith-piaf/paroles-les-trois-cloches


Les Trois Cloches, à l'origine une chanson française!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Three_Bells

Citation :
"The Three Bells", also known as "Jimmy Brown" or "Little Jimmy Brown", is a song made popular by The Browns in 1959.[1] The single reached number one on the U.S. country and pop charts,[2] outperforming a competing version by Dick Flood. The version by the Browns also hit number ten on the Hot R&B Sides chart.[3] It was based on the 1945 French language song "Les trois cloches" by Jean Villard Gilles and Marc Herrand. The English lyrics were written by Bert Reisfeld and first recorded by Melody Maids in 1948. The song was a major 1952–53 hit by Édith Piaf and Les Compagnons de la chanson. The song documents three stages of the life of "Jimmy Brown"—his birth, his marriage, and his death.
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MessageSujet: Re: R.I.P.: Jim Ed Brown of the Browns (3 Bells)   Ven 12 Juin 2015, 08:28

Thanks Tom

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