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De t'avoir aimée… (Original Album 1966)

Charles Aznavour

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1
Et moi dans mon coin
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat
3:34
2
Plus rien
Charles Aznavour; Leo Clarens; Clyde Borly
2:43
3
Je reviendrai de loin (BOF Le facteur s'en va-t’en guerre / Remastered 2014)
Charles Aznavour; Claude Denjean
2:28
4
Pour essayer de faire une chanson
Charles Aznavour; Clyde Borly; Leo Clarens
1:32
5
Ma mie
Charles Aznavour; Clyde Borly; Leo Clarens
2:01
6
Les enfants de la guerre
Charles Aznavour; Clyde Borly; Leo Clarens
3:14
7
De t'avoir aimée
Charles Aznavour; Leo Clarens; Clyde Borly
2:25
8
Que Dieu me garde
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat
3:12
9
Les bons moments
Charles Aznavour; Claude Denjean; Clyde Borly
2:26
10
Je l'aimerai toujours
Charles Aznavour; Claude Denjean
2:53
Total Playing Time    26:28
Released in 1966, during what many fans consider to be the peak period of Charles Aznavour's career, this album includes the anti-war statement Les enfants de la guerre.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music B.V. Studio Masters

Tracks 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM.

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