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Les Bonbons

Jacques Brel

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1
Les Bonbons (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:31
2
Les Vieux (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:05
3
La Parlote (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:26
4
Le Dernier Repas (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:26
5
Titine (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:25
6
Au suivant (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:06
7
Les Toros (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:19
8
La Fanette (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:07
9
J'aimais (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:02
10
Les Filles et les Chiens (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:56
11
Les Bigotes (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:41
12
Les Fenêtres (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:46
13
Quand maman reviendra (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:46
14
Les Amants de cœur (Album Version)
Jacques Brel
4:45
Total Playing Time    47:21
The seventh album from Jacques Brel, released in 1966, is a compilation of two earlier releases recorded in 1963 and 1964. As such, it's almost a greatest hits package from the middle stages of Brel's career. The title track Les Bonbons is a chuckle-worthy romp and one of the highlights of the set. Au Suivant, originally appearing on Brel's 1964 self-titled album, is one of his classics and was a smash at the time of release.
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