℗ 1975 Universal Music B.V., The Netherlands
 

Hier... Encore (Original Album 1975)

Charles Aznavour

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1
Il faut savoir
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
3:29
2
Les filles d'aujourd'hui
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
4:34
3
Entre nous
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
3:24
4
Désormais
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
2:45
5
Hier encore
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
3:29
6
Je m'voyais déjà
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
4:43
7
Que c'est triste Venise
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
2:55
8
Si tu m'emportes
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
3:09
9
Ton nom
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
2:38
10
Et pourtant
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
2:56
11
Bon anniversaire
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
5:51
12
La Mamma
Charles Aznavour; Del Newman
3:48
Total Playing Time    43:41
This 1975 album features re-recorded versions of some of Charles Aznavour's most popular songs, arranged and conducted by Del Newman. The title track, one of Aznavour's biggest hits, was originally released in 1964 and has been translated into several languages including English, renamed Yesterday When I Was Young.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music B.V. Studio Masters

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