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Leo Ferre - Leo Ferre album flac Performer: Leo Ferre
Title: Leo Ferre
Style: Chanson
Country: France
MP3 album: 1661 mb
FLAC album: 1811 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: WAV ASF AU VQF RA MP2 MP1
Genre: Pop / Folk and Country

Although little known in English speaking countries, Léo Ferré (1916-1993) is a monument of French chanson, revered throughout the francophone world. A singer, songwriter, author, composer, and even orchestr. ead Full Biography.

Les Fleurs du mal (English: "The Flowers of Evil") is an album by Léo Ferré, released in 1957 by Odeon Records. It is his first LP dedicated to a poet and this is the first time in popular music history a whole album is dedicated to a dead poet. Léo Ferré has set Baudelaire into music two more times : in 1967 with double album Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire, and with unfinished project Les Fleurs du mal (suite et fin), recorded in 1977 but posthumously released in 2008.

Léo Ferré (24 August 1916 – 14 July 1993) was a French-born Monégasque poet and composer, and a dynamic and controversial live performer, whose career in France dominated the years after the Second World War until his death. He released some forty albums over this period, composing the music and the majority of the lyrics. He released many hit singles, particularly between 1960 and the mid-seventies

same cat in April 1967) recorded on April 1961.

Has there ever been another like Léo Ferré? At almost 85, Ferré continued to compose, conduct, produce, sing, dramatize, paint, draw, and generally evoke the eternal creative spirit of France. This compilation of tracks from 1960-1974, while tiny in the scope of his career, is nonetheless a stunning introduction to the vast reaches of his talent.

Léo Ferré had an early interest in music. At the age of seven, he joined the choir of the Monaco Cathedral and discovered polyphony through singing pieces by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Tomás Luis de Victoria. His uncle, former violinist and secretary at the Casino, used to bring him to performances and rehearsals at the Monte Carlo Opera.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Paname
Written-By – L. Ferré*
3:02
A2 Nous Deux
Written-By – L. Ferré*
4:07
A3 Jolie Mome
Written-By – L. Ferré*
2:38
A4 Thank You Satan
Written-By – L. Ferré*
5:05
A5 Les Tziganes
Conductor – Jean-Michel DefayeWritten-By – L. Ferré*
3:04
A6 Comme A Ostende
Lyrics By – J.R. Caussimon*Music By – L. Ferré*
3:35
B1 L'Age D'Or
Written-By – L. Ferré*
2:58
B2 Je T'Aime Tant
Lyrics By – L. Aragon*Music By – L. Ferré*
3:30
B3 Pepee
Written-By – L. Ferré*
4:30
B4 Les Forains
Written-By – L. Ferré*
3:45
B5 L'Ile Saint-Louis
Written By – F. Claude / L. FerréWritten-By – F. Claude*, L. Ferré*
3:55
B6 Avec Le Temps
Written-By – L. Ferré*
4:28

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Éditions Semi
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Barclay
  • Published By – Éditions Méridian
  • Published By – Les Nouvelles Éditions Méridian
  • Published By – Les Éditions Fortin
  • Recorded At – Studios Barclay-Hoche Enregistrements

Credits

  • Photography By [Recto] – Alain Marouani

Notes

Printed on back cover:
DOLBY SYSTEM R

Printed inside cover:
#A1 to A4, B2: ℗ 1961 Barclay
#A5, A6: ℗ 1961 Barclay
#B1: ℗ 1966 Barclay
#B3 to B5: ℗ 1969 Barclay
#B6: ℗ 1971 Barclay
Avac l'aimable autorisation des disques Barclay

Uncredited informations:
#A2 recorded on 16 October 1961 and available on Barclay BB98 and Impact 829720.
#A5 recorded on 19 March 1965 at Studios Barclay-Hoche Enregistrements and available on Barclay BB98 and Impact 829720. Original version was recorded on 10 November 1962 with a french mistake in lyrics "Quelle faute as-tu commis". Fixed on this second version as "Quel péché as-tu commis"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42281 75974 1
  • Other (Distribution Code): PY 797
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
817 597-1 Léo Ferré Programme Plus / Versions Originales ‎(LP, Comp) Barclay 817 597-1 France Unknown
817 597-1 Léo Ferré Programme Plus / Versions Originales Volume 1 ‎(LP, Comp) Barclay 817 597-1 France Unknown
817 597-4, 7486 266 Leo Ferre* Leo Ferre ‎(Cass, Comp) Barclay, Barclay 817 597-4, 7486 266 France Unknown

Tracklist

A1 Cette Chanson 5:50
A2 La Banlieu 2:49
A3 Mon Piano 1:08
A4 Jolie Môme 2:38
A5 Est-Ce Ainsi Que Les Hommes Vivent 3:30
A6 Le Palladium 2:00
B1 Quartier Latin 3:52
B2 O Triste 2:45
B3 Paname 4:35
B4 Ta Parole 3:15
B5 Sérénade 2:50
B6 Il Patinait 1:49

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Franck Ausman* (tracks: A4-A5, B3-B4), Jean-Michel Defaye (tracks: A1-A3, A6, B1-B2, B5-B6)

Notes

Panama on cover