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Jacques Brel et ses chansons

Jacques Brel

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1.1
La haine
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
1:55
1.2
Grand Jacques (C'est trop facile)
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
1:48
1.3
Il pleut "Les carreaux"
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
2:37
1.4
Le diable "ça va"
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
2:27
1.5
Il peut pleuvoir
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
1:46
1.6
Il nous faut regarder
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
2:25
1.7
Le fou du roi
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
1:58
1.8
C'est comme ca
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
2:08
1.9
Sur la place
Jacques Brel; André Grassi
2:52
1.10
S'il te faut
Jacques Brel; Michel Legrand
2:09
1.11
La Bastille
Jacques Brel; André Popp
3:00
1.12
Priere paienne
Jacques Brel; André Popp
2:36
1.13
Il y a
Jacques Brel
2:23
1.14
La foire
Jacques Brel
3:24
1.15
Sur la place
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:35
Total Playing Time    37:03
Originally issued in 1954 on 10-inch vinyl, this debut recording from Jacques Brel contains the same nine songs as the LP plus six additional songs added when the album was repackaged in the 2000s, including a second version of Sur la place.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Barclay (France) Studio Masters

Track 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit.

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