Released within the . Philips label's Connoisseur Collection series, The Poetic World of Jacques Brel is a strange collection which echoes the earlier Jacques Brel set released by Reprise in delving into the handful of EPs Brel released during 1961-1964. Indeed, four tracks are repeated from the Reprise set - "Les Biches," "Madeleine," "Les Paumes Du Petit Matin," and "Zangra," a circumstance which is sadly characteristic of Brel 's French collections but could easily have been avoided elsewhere.
Jacques Romain Georges Brel (French pronunciation: Pronunciation ; 8 April 1929 – 9 October 1978) was a Belgian singer, songwriter, actor, poet and director who composed and performed literate, thoughtful, and theatrical songs that generated a large, devoted following-initially in Belgium and France, later throughout the world. He is considered a master of the modern chanson
Jacques Brel (French pronunciation: ; 8 April 1929 – 9 October 1978) was a Belgian singer-songwriter who composed and performed literate, thoughtful, and theatrical songs that generated a large, devoted following in France initially, and later throughout the world.
Jacques is the fifth studio album by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond. It was released in December 1989. The album is a tribute to the Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel and was instigated by Almond's collaboration with Paul Buck, who adapted Brel's original non-English lyrics specifically for Almond. The songs for the album were recorded at Milo Studios, London, over four years.
Les Bonbons (English: The candies) is Jacques Brel's seventh studio album. Also known as Les Vieux, Jacques Brel Accompagné par François Rauber et Son Orchestre, and Encore, the album was released in 1966 by Barclay. The original 1966 album was itself a composite of two earlier 10" releases, one from 1963 and one from 1964. The album was reissued on 23 September 2003 under the title Les Bonbons as part of the 16-CD box set Boîte à Bonbons by Barclay (980 817-0).
Jacques Brel’s unshakable faith in his own abilities served him well when all around him were equivocal. Stuck, bored and unfulfilled at the family’s cardboard factory back in Brussels, 24-year-old Brel fled for Paris in September 1953, leaving his wife and young family in Belgium, a temporary arrangement that would remain permanent but for one abortive attempt to relocate them. Brel was unrepentant, and on his final 1977 album, when at death’s door, he upped the ante with an even ruder song, Les . which accuses the Flemish of having standoffish stares and gormless humour, as well as being Nazis during the war, and Catholics in between. The F is short for flamingants, a pejorative used against Flemish nationalists, which they’ve since adopted as a sobriquet.
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|A3||On N'Oublie Rien||3:05|
|A5||La Dame Patronnesse||2:12|
|B3||Les Paumes Du Petit Matin||3:50|
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