TRACKLIST01 Tomorrow we get married 00:0002 The Moribund 02:3403 Sleeps my crumb 05:3004 It Can Rain 09:1505 It rains 11:0006 I don't know 13:3707 I love You 16:5908 The bachelor's bourree 19:2009 The Lady Patroness 21:46 10 The Hate 25:0411 The waltz has a thousand time 27:0212 The Colonel 30:5213 The Devil is fine 34:0514 The bourgeoisie 36:3215 The feet in the stream 39:2916 Don't leave me 42:2217 Let's forgive 46:4018 What we did good people 49:0019 In spring 50:5020 When we only love 53:42Jacques Brel - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM)Download on Google Play
Brel, born in Schaerbeek (then in the Province of Brabant, Belgium) on April 8, 1929, and died on October 9, 1978 in Bobigny (France), is a Belgian singer-songwriter, poet, actor and director. In French-speaking countries, Brel became a popular actor who had made about ten films. He also produced two of them, Franz and Le Far West, which was officially selected at the Cannes Film
Festival in 1973
, and with more than 25 million albums sold internationally, Brel became the fourth best Belgian musical artist of all time[ref. necessary]. Although most of his songs were recorded in French, he became, in his time, a source of inspiration for many English-speaking singer-songwriters such as David Bowie, Alex Harvey, Leonard Cohen, Marc Almond and Rod McKuen. Many of his songs are also translated into English in the United States, including songs by Ray Charles, Judy Collins, John Denver, the Kingston Trio, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, Scott Walker, and Andy Williams.
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