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Les deux guitares (Original Album 1960)

Charles Aznavour

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1
Les deux guitares
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
3:50
2
Ce jour tant attendu
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:10
3
Fraternité
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:14
4
J'ai des millions de rien du tout
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:37
5
J'ai perdu la tête
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:49
6
Tu t'laisses aller
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
3:41
7
Rendez-vous à Brasilia
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:03
8
La nuit
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
3:01
9
C' n'est pas nécessairement ça
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:27
10
Plus heureux que moi
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:22
Total Playing Time    27:14
This 1960 release from Charles Aznavour features the single Tu t'laisses aller, which spent three weeks at number one on the French chart. The title track as well has endured for more than five decades.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Barclay Studio Masters

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