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Georges Brassens

Volume 10 : La Religieuse

Volume 10 : La Religieuse (1969)

Volume 12 : Don Juan

Volume 12 : Don Juan (1976)

Georges Brassens joue avec Moustache et Les Petits Français - Joe Newman - Eddie Davis - Harry Edison - Cat Anderson - Dorothy Donegan et chante

Georges Brassens joue avec Moustache et Les Petits Français - Joe Newman - Eddie Davis - Harry Edison - Cat Anderson - Dorothy Donegan et chante "Élégie à un rat de cave" (1979)

Brassens chante Bruant, Colpi, Musset, Nadaud, Norge

Brassens chante Bruant, Colpi, Musset, Nadaud, Norge (1984)

Nº2 : Georges Brassens interprète ses dernières compositions

Nº2 : Georges Brassens interprète ses dernières compositions (1953)

Nº4 : Georges Brassens et sa guitare

Nº4 : Georges Brassens et sa guitare (1956)



Georges Brassens (French: ['"ʁ' bʁasɛ̃s]; 22 October 1921 – 29 October 1981) was a French singer-songwriter and poet.

He wrote and sang, with his guitar, more than a hundred of his poems, as well as texts from many others such as Victor Hugo, Paul Verlaine, or Louis Aragon. In 1967, he received the Grand Prix de Poésie of the Académie française.

Between 1952 and 1976, he recorded fourteen albums that include several popular French songs such as Les copains d’abord, Chanson pour l’Auvergnat, La mauvaise réputation, and Mourir pour des idées. Most of his texts are black humour-tinged and often anarchist-minded.