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C'est Si Bon

We have a very special guest this week at the virtual coffeehouse. We caught up with 3/5 of The Hoagies playing at the very corporeal J.J.'s Corner Coffee House in Frederick Colorado and recorded a few great tunes. The second set opened with "C'est Si Bon," popularized both by Louis Armstrong and Eartha Kitt. The music was written in 1947 by Henri Betti, the French lyrics by André Hornez, and the English lyrics by Jerry Seelen

Visit The Hoagies website at hoagiesjoint.com and watch for more guest appearances.

You are encouraged to visit the virtual coffeehouse anytime 24 x 7 to watch this and all new tunes.

But, if you would like to load this song on your iPod® or local system so that you can access it without the Internet, you can download a copy to your local system. I will warn you, these are big files -- they take a long time to download and a lot of space on your system (this (long) video is 34.5MB, the mp3 is 10MB).

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