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Disc 1
02 02 :13
03 03 :04
04 03 :19
07 02 :46
08 02 :21
09 03 :20
10 01 :28
11 02 :31
12 02 :05
13 02 :43
14 02 :40
16 03 :42
17 02 :50
18 01 :37
19
 - La Marine
02 :28
20 04 :00
21 03 :59
23
 - Le Vent
01 :17
24
 - L'orage
03 :22
25 02 :21
Disc 2
01 02 :24
02
Patachou - Brave Margot
03 :15
03
Patachou - Le Bricoleur
02 :21
04 02 :11
05
Barbara - La Marche Nuptiale
02 :47
06 03 :23
07
Barbara - Pénélope
03 :02
08
Barbara - La Femme d'Hector
02 :17
09
Barbara - Oncle Archibald
02 :37
10 02 :54
11
Barbara - Pauvre Martin
02 :37
12 01 :36
13
Les Quatre Barbus - La Cane De Jeanne
02 :29
14
Les Cinq Pères - La Ronde Des Jurons
03 :00
15
Les Compagnons De La Chanson - La Prière
04 :02
16
Juliette Gréco - La Marche Nuptiale
03 :26
17
Juliette Gréco - Chanson Pour L'auvergnat
02 :14
18
Sidney Bechet - Brave Margot
03 :23
19
Sidney Bechet - La Cane De Jeanne
03 :09
20
Pia Colombo - Les Croquants
02 :36
21
Michel Frenc - Chanson Pour L'auvergnat
02 :33
22
Michel Frenc - J'ai Rendez.Vous Avec Vous
02 :25
23
Marc Et André - Il N'y A Pas D'amour Heureux
03 :45
24
Joss Baselli - Au Bois De Mon Coeur
02 :10
25
Patachou Et Georges Brassens - Maman, Papa
02 :16
ARTIST
TITLE
Gare Au Gorille 1952-1960
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
DISCO 6149392 DISCO 6149392
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/26/2011

Discograph releases a 2CD set of music from French singer/songwriter Georges Brassens. With the release of "Gorille" in 1952, Georges Brassens became a household name, as this shy, debonair artist in his 30s enthralled French audiences with his way with words, audacity, humor and sense of poetry. Patachou, Barbara, Juliette Gréco and Sidney Bechet were among the first artists keen on taking the songs of this chanson craftsman and making them their own. 2011 marks the anniversary of both his birth (in 1921) and death (in 1981). Here is an opportunity for you to rediscover his early hits as well as the versions by the first performers of his songs, some of which have never previously been published on CD format, such as the startling "Vendetta" written for Christian Méry, a Corsican comedian who used to share the Trois Baudets stage with Brassens. The 36-page booklet features photographs by Pierre Cordier, whose parents were Brassens' friends in the '50s, which beautifully enhance this richly illustrated set of original liner notes. Other artists include Les Quatre Barbus, Les Cinq Pères, Les Compagnons De La Chanson, Pia Colombo, Michel Frenc, Marc Et André and Joss Baselli.