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N°4

Serge Gainsbourg

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1
Les goémons
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:42
2
Black Trombone
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:39
3
Baudelaire
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:29
4
Intoxicated Man
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:39
5
Quand tu t'y mets
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
1:51
6
Les cigarillos
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
1:49
7
Requiem pour un twisteur
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:40
8
Ce grand méchant vous
Serge Gainsbourg; Alain Goraguer
2:21
9
Vilaines filles, mauvais garçons
Serge Gainsbourg; Harry Robinson
2:00
10
L'appareil à sous
Serge Gainsbourg; Harry Robinson
1:34
11
La javanaise
Serge Gainsbourg; Harry Robinson
2:31
12
Un violon, un jambon
Serge Gainsbourg; Harry Robinson
2:24
Total Playing Time    27:39
Released in 1962, Serge Gainsbourg's fourth album proved to be transitional, featuring his unique brand of French jazz pop but also incorporating elements of twist and Latin influences. Pianist, arranger and conductor Alain Goraguer returns for his fourth consecutive collaboration with Gainsbourg. No. 4 includes two of Gainsbourg's early singles, Les goémons and Requiem pour un twisteur.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Music Group Studio Masters

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