Mammy Blue: JOEL DAYDE

Australian singles chart:
Mammy Blue entered the Kent charts on 11 November 1971 and peaked at #3. It was #22 on the Top 100 of 1971.

Songwriter: Hubert Giraud
English translation: Phil Trim

Joël Daydé is a French rock singer endowed with a throaty and powerful hoarse voice in a blues style, often compared to Joe Cocker or Roger Chapman.
Mammy Blue was originally written with French lyrics in 1970 by veteran French songwriter Hubert Giraud.
The song has been recorded by many artists in various languages.
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