songs

Songs about Dalmas:

songsTia Dalma (Score) by Hans Zimmer from the Album Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

songsLa mitad de nada (duet with Sergio Dalma) by Nek from the Album La mitad de nada (duet with Sergio Dalma)

songsLa mitad de nada (duet with Sergio Dalma) by Nek from the Album Filippo Neviani (Spanish version)

songsSi Nos Dejan (Con Sergio Dalma) by Rocío Dúrcal from the Album Una Estrella En El Cielo [Clean]

songsBailar Pegados (feat. Sergio Dalma) [En Directo] by Sergio Dalma Moncho from the Album Sangre de Bolero (En Concierto en el Palau de la Música) - EP

songsAboio D'Alma by Gilson Silveira from the Album Saci

songsAdágio Gotas D'Alma by Edom Oliveira from the Album Hilda Furacão/Senhora Do Destino - Original Soundtrack

books

Books about Dalmas:

booksFind Her (A Mike Dalmas short story) by Jochem Vandersteen (Dec 6, 2012)

booksRIOT (A Mike Dalmas short story) by Jochem Vandersteen (Jan 5, 2013)

booksFatal Dose (A Mike Dalmas short story) by Jochem Vandersteen (Dec 11, 2012)

booksDalmas: Webster's Timeline History, 1791 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksThe Color of Blood (A Mike Dalmas short story) by Jochem Vandersteen (Nov 21, 2013)

booksManuscrito I:Fragmentos datados dum diario - [porcao auroral d'alma]: notas, apontamentos ficcionados (o eu como... by M J ACunha (Aug 16, 2014)

booksManuscrito I: Fragmentos datados de um diario - [porcao auroral d'alma]: notas, apontamentos ficcionados (o eu... by M J ACunha (Aug 16, 2014)

wiki

Wiki information Dalmas:

Yannick Dalmas
Racecar driver, Person

Yannick Dalmas is a former racing driver from France. He participated in 49 Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on 18 October 1987, but qualified for only 24 of them. His best result in F1 was a 5th place at the 1987 Australian Grand Prix, but he was...

John Dalmas
Novelist, Person, Author

John Robert Jones writes science fiction as John Dalmas. He has written many books based on military and governmental themes. His first published novel was The Yngling, serialized beginning in the October–November 1969 issue of Analog.