A1 and B2: Christian Duvaleix
A2, A4, B1, B4 et B6: Arletty
A3, A5 and B5: Éric Amado
A6: Yves Deniaud
B3: Jeannette Levasseur
Re-release of the record of the same name released in 1956, 33 RPM (10 inch) Le Chant du Monde n° LD-M 4066, with the addition of two tracks: J’suis chipé and En douce.
A second version of the sleeve exists, with thicker letters and an additional reference on the back, ‘CM 310’; the round record label is different too (orange colour instead of red on the first version).
It is a pressing from 1971 or later as the logo indicating the company in charge of the copyrights is the one of the Sacem (logo printed on the round label). Until 1970, it was the Biem logo which was on each record pressed in France.
Also issued in Japan by the Nippon Columbia label in 1971, under the name Chanson de Paris, 2 - 1925, 33 RPM (12 inch) n° XM-170-CM.
Different order of tracks but same content.