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Lights of Cincinnati

"Lights of Cincinnati" is a song written by the English songwriters Tony Macaulay and Geoff Stephens, first a song for the American singer-songwriter Scott Walker in 1969. The song was Walker's third solo single in the UK; the accompaniment was directed by Peter Knight. "Lights of Cincinnati" was a moderate hit spending ten weeks on the UK Singles Chart and peaking at #13 in July 1969. The single made the Irish Singles Chart peaking at #20. While not included on the concurrently released Scott: Scott Walker Sings Songs from his TV Series album or Scott 3 album from March, the song replaced "30 Century Man" on US editions of Scott 3; the single was backed with the 1969 Scott 3 album track "Two Weeks Since You've Gone". The accompaniment of the b-side was directed by Angela Morley

Jacques Piou

Jacques Piou was a French lawyer and politician. Jacques Piou was born on August 1838 in Angers, France, his father, Constance Piou, was a politician. His mother, Thérèse Angèle Palmyre Ledall de Kéréon, was an aristocrat, he studied the Law. Piou started his career as a lawyer in Toulouse, he served as a member of the Chamber of Deputies for Haute-Garonne from 1885 to 1893, from 1898 to 1902. He co-founded Popular Liberal Action, a conservative political party, with Count Albert de Mun in 1901, he served for Lozère from 1906 to 1919. He authored a biography of Count Albert de Mun, published in 1925, he married Julie Gentien. They had Léonie Thérèse Piou, he died on May 12, 1932 in Paris