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J'Arrive

Jacques Brel

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1
J'arrive (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:46
2
Vesoul (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:09
3
L'Ostendaise (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:49
4
Je suis un soir d'été (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:10
5
Regarde bien, petit (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:41
6
Comment tuer l'amant de sa femme quand on a été élevé comme moi dans la tradition (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:41
7
L'Éclusier (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
4:20
8
Un enfant (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:46
9
La Bière (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
3:15
10
La Chanson de Van Horst (BOF "Le Bar De La Fourche")
Jacques Brel
3:01
11
L'Enfance (Album Version)
Jacques Brel; François Rauber
2:52
Total Playing Time    41:30
Jacques Brel's 10th album J'Arrive came out in 1968 as Brel bid farewell to the concert stage and recording studio to concentrate on his acting career. The album was untitled originally and was nicknamed J'Arrive after the title of the lead song. This release includes two bonus songs that were not contained on the original album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Barclay Studio Masters

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