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Jacques Brel - Jacques Brel [Reprise] mp3 download

Performer: Jacques Brel
Title: Jacques Brel [Reprise]
Style: French Pop,Cabaret,Vocal Pop
Released: 1965
Size MP3 version: 1998 mb
Size FLAC version: 1432 mb
Size WMA version: 1427 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 457
Format: VOC DMF MIDI ADX VOX FLAC
Genre: Vocal

Jacques Brel - Jacques Brel [Reprise] mp3 download


Biography by William Ruhlmann. Belgian-born singer/songwriter best known in France, but he also achieved a cult fan base in the United States for his poetic cynicism and sharp lyrics.

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’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.

Maria Bill singt Jacques Brel (2001). bleibt: Reprise", "Der unmögliche Traum-Elegie", from the album Brel: Die letzte Vorstellung (1997). De nuttelozen van de nacht" ("Les paumés du petit matin"), from the album Ode aan Jacques Brel (2003). If You Go Away" ("Ne me quitte pas"), May the music never end (2003). Amsterdam", from the album Jacques Brel: Stipica Kalogjera (1985). Ne Me Quitte Pas", from the album Dan Prije, live in ZeKaeM (1998). Nemoj Ići" ("Ne Me Quitte Pas"), EP (1970).

The story goes that Jacques Brel, witnessing the scene before his very eyes, was reminded of a split-up of his own, which fuelled the song. Strong bouts of nostalgia guaranteed. It is said a million copies of this album were presold, in 1977. Ages before releases were hyped up on social media and records leaked on the Internet, it shows how important this one was even then. Brel had some good, powerful songs throughout his career, but this, this is the definitive album. The songs that cannot be topped. The stuff of legends.

About Jacques Brel 67. Jacques Brel 67 Q&A. Writers Jacques Brel. More Jacques Brel albums.

Jacques Brel (8 April 1929 – 9 October 1978) was a Belgian singer and songwriter who composed and performed literate, thoughtful, and theatrical songs that generated a large, devoted following in Belgium and France initially, and later throughout the world. He was widely considered a master of the modern chanson.

Infiniment (Double album). Jacques Brel : Ne me quitte pas and greatest hits. Quinze ans d'amour - Best of Brel. Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris (2006 Off-Broadway Cast Recording).

Jacques Brel artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. Brel was also active behind the camera. A successful actor in French-speaking countries, he appeared in 10 films and directed two movies, one of which – the 1973 comedy Le Far West – was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the same year’s renowned Cannes Film Festival. He toured heavily worldwide – even performing concerts behind the Iron Curtain in the Khruschev-era USSR – and also wrote the critically hailed 1968 musical L’Homme De La Mancha (The Man Of La Mancha), in which he appeared as Don Quixote alongside the ill-starred Dario Moreno, who played Sancho Panza.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Les Paumés du Petit Matin Jacques Brel
2 Jef Jacques Brel Jacques Brel
3 Les Bon Bons Jacques Brel
4 Mathilde Jacques Brel / Gérard Jouannest Jacques Brel
5 Au Suivant Jacques Brel Jacques Brel
6 Chanson Sans Paroles Jacques Brel / François Rauber Jacques Brel
7 Titine Jacques Brel / Jean Corti / Gérard Jouannest Jacques Brel
8 Zangra Jacques Brel Jacques Brel
9 Les Biches Jacques Brel / Gérard Jouannest Jacques Brel
10 Rosa Jacques Brel Jacques Brel
11 Bruxelles Jacques Brel / Gérard Jouannest Jacques Brel
12 Madeleine Jacques Brel / Jean Corti / Gérard Jouannest Jacques Brel

Credits

Jacques Brel - Composer, Primary Artist
Jean Corti - Composer
Gérard Jouannest - Composer
François Rauber - Composer