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Olympia 1961 (enregistrement public)

Jacques Brel

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1
Les prénoms de Paris (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:32
2
Les bourgeois (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:34
3
Les paumes du petit matin (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:55
4
Les flamandes (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:37
5
La statue (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:47
6
Zangra (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:06
7
Marieke (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:50
8
Les biches (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:40
9
Madeleine (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:47
10
Les singes (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:02
11
L'ivrogne (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
4:05
12
La valse a mille temps (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:47
13
Ne me quitte pas (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:56
14
Le moribond (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
2:51
15
Quand on n'a que l'amour (Live Olympia 61)
Jacques Brel; Daniel Janin
3:45
Total Playing Time    48:14
Recorded in late October 1961 at a series of three shows at the Olympia in Paris, this is the first live album of Jacques Brel's career. The singer is backed by the Orchestre de l'Olympia, conducted by Daniel Janin, on a set list that includes a preview of six yet-to-be-released songs that would only appear on Brel's next studio album.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Barclay Studio Masters

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