|1||La Vie De Nos Grands-Pères|
|2||Danse Canadienne Au Violon||20:00|
|3||Mon Cheval, Mon Nom, Ma Chanson|
|4||Noyé À 19 Ans|
|5||Les Noces De Rubis|
|LZD-1005||Les Zorros, Charley & Mary|| Les Zorros, Charley & Mary - Swing La Baquaise Et Chantons Avec Les Zorros (LP, Album)||Les Zorros Disques||LZD-1005||Canada||Unknown|
First release using unused, surplus 8-track label (LZD-1005-8) as J-card
- Manufactured By – Les Zorros Disques Inc.
- Distributed By – Les Zorros Disques Inc.
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