Nine by nine

Nine By Nine by the John Dummer Famous MusicBand (1970)
Cover of the Nine by Nine 45 rpm record (1970)

I confess that I deliberately waited for nine days since my previous blog, because I wanted to post this entry today 9/9/9, at 9:9 am.

Nine by nine by The
John Dummer Famous Music Band

    [BbN #9]
This piece was a huge hit in France in the 1970s. I still find it great now.

3 comment(s):

    You are fantastic.


    Hello Billy,

    I came across your blog by accident. I saw the picture at the top and thought "this is so funny, it must be taken from the north side of the river between the Trocadéro and Place de la Concorde".

    I live on the south bank, about 200 meters from the Eiffel Tower, but on the western side in your photo. Is the bridge in the photo the "pont d'Alma"?

    Anyway, like I said, I found your blog by accident because I don't have a blog myself, there is one where it's like my home and I go there everyday but it's not mine, and I like to go around everywhere in the blog world, LOL.

    It's funny to see a French person have a blog in English. It's like my home blog, Whynot is French and Australian, and most of it is in English. Sometimes there are comments in French also. Most of the people are American, but there are also many people from other countries, like Russia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada, Bulgaria, China, and I don't remember which others, LOL.

    So you are a surgeon specialized in kidney? If I have kidney problems, I'll call you, LOL! At least you are not far!


    Hello Valerie. Thank you for your comment. We are not far indeed. The bridge is not the Pont de l'Alma, but you were close: it's the Pont Alexandre III. Out of the picture on the left, you would reach Les Invalides, and the Champs-Élysées on the right.


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