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Performer: Léo Ferré
Title: Léo Ferré 1916-19...
Style: Chanson
Country France
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Léo Ferré - Léo Ferré 1916-19... download album


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Accompanied By – Jean-Michel Defaye Et Son Orchestre. Written-By – Léo Ferré. Printed on label: MADE IN FRANCE.

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Seul en scène Léo Ferré 73 (Live). BD Music Presents Léo Ferré. 3 CD Log Box - Les Chansons De La Période Odéon 1953 - 1958. More Léo Ferré now. Listen to Léo Ferré 1916 - 1. .in full in the this site app. Play on this site. This Compilation ℗ 2013 Barclay.

Verlaine et Rimbaud (English: "Verlaine and Rimbaud") is an album by Léo Ferré. It was released in 1964 by Barclay Records. This album is one of the first studio double albums in popular music history (before Bob Dylan's or Frank Zappa's). Verlaine et Rimbaud is Ferré's third LP entirely dedicated to a poet, after Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal ("Flowers of Evil") in 1957 and Les Chansons d'Aragon ("Songs of Aragon") in 1961.

Léo Ferré (24 August 1916 – 14 July 1993) was a French-born Monégasque poet and composer, and a dynamic and controversial live performer, whose career in France dominated the years after the Second World War until his death. He released some forty albums over this period, composing the music and the majority of the lyrics. He released many hit singles, particularly between 1960 and the mid-seventies

Léo Ferré 1916-1. ette chanson (La Marseillaise). Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire. Léo Ferré begins to set Louis Aragons poems into music in the fall of 1958, a twelve songs album is completed in march of 1959. At that time, Ferré isnt under contract anymore, after a few refusals, Ferré ends up to sign with Eddie Barclay in 1960. This explains why album Les Chansons dAragon is only recorded in January and released in February 1961, finally the album is made of ten tracks only.

Léo Ferré has set Baudelaire into music two more times : in 1967 with double album Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire, and with unfinished project Les Fleurs du mal (suite et fin), recorded in 1977 but posthumously released in 2008.

Hommage a Leo Ferre 1916-1993 (mix par ManyHats). 16. Mister Giorgina 17. Les anarchistes 18. Beau saxo 19. La poésie 20. Les romantiques 21.

Tracklist

A1 La Poésie
A2 Le Palladium
A3 La Faim
A4 La Complainte De La Télé
A5 La Mort
A6 Beau Saxo
B1 On S'aimera
B2 Les Romantiques
B3 C'est La Vie
B4 La Grève
B5 Paris Spleen
B6 L'âge D'or

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Glory, Asnières

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Jean-Michel Defaye Et Son Orchestre
  • Written-By – Léo Ferré

Notes

Textured sleeve.

Printed on label:
MADE IN FRANCE

Uncredited information:
Recorded 21 and 23 February 1966 at Studio Barclay

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Price Code: Ⓑ
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
80.303 S, 80 303 2 Léo Ferré Léo Ferré 1916-19... ‎(LP, Album) Barclay, Barclay 80.303 S, 80 303 2 France 1966
80.303 Léo Ferré Léo Ferré 1916-19... ‎(LP, Album, RP) Barclay 80.303 France Unknown
90 306, 90306 Léo Ferré Vol. 6 / La Complainte De La Télé ‎(LP, RE) Barclay, Barclay 90 306, 90306 France 1979
076 186-2 Léo Ferré 1916-19... ‎(CD, Album, RM) Barclay 076 186-2 France 2003
CBLP 2084 Léo Ferré Léo Ferré 1916-19... ‎(LP, Album) Barclay CBLP 2084 Canada 1966