℗ 1961 Universal Music B.V., The Netherlands
 

Il faut savoir (Original Album 1961)

Charles Aznavour

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1
Il faut savoir
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
3:08
2
Ne crois surtout pas
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
3:05
3
Avec ces yeux-là
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:14
4
Le carillonneur
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:33
5
J'ai tort
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:12
6
Lucie
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:53
7
Voila que ça recommence
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:09
8
La marche des anges
Charles Aznavour; Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
2:49
Total Playing Time    21:03
The title track to this 1961 album is one of Charles Aznavour's earliest hits, a number one single in France for 15 weeks and ranked among the top songs of the year in Italy. In addition to Aznavour's original songs, the album features tunes penned by Georges Garvarentz, Michel Legrand and producer Eddie Barclay.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music B.V. Studio Masters

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