℗ 1961 Mercury Music Group
 

L'étonnant Serge Gainsbourg

Serge Gainsbourg

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1
La chanson de Prévert
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
3:02
2
En relisant ta lettre
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:02
3
Le rock de Nerval
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
1:52
4
Les oubliettes
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:29
5
Chanson de Maglia
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:06
6
Viva Villa
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
3:23
7
Les amours perdues
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:58
8
Les femmes c'est du chinois
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:33
9
Personne
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:44
10
Le sonnet d'Arvers
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
1:53
Total Playing Time    25:02
Serge Gainsbourg's third album, released in 1961, features piano and arrangements by Alain Goraguer, who worked on Gainsbourg's first two albums and once again leads his orchestra on these jazz and pop-flavoured songs. L'étonnant Serge Gainsbourg contains two of Gainsbourg's early hits, La chanson de Prévert and En relisant ta lettre.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Music Group Studio Masters

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