French crooner Jean Sablon was often compared to such big names as Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin. During his music career, he recorded with some of the world's top musicians, including Django Reinhardt, Andr+¬ Ekyan, St+¬phane Grappelli, and Michel Warlop, among others. Sablon first started singing in musicals and operas, before scoring with such hit singles as "Ce Petit Chemin" (This Small Way), "Ferm+¬ Jusqu'+á Lundi" (Is Closed Until Monday), and "Puisque Vous Partez en Voyage" (Since You Left on a Journey), and eventually relocating to America during World War II. Throughout the 1990s, numerous compilations of Sablon's work were issued, including Selection of Jean Sablon and Portrait of Jean Sablon, among others. ~ Greg PratoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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