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Léo Ferré - Chante Léo Ferré album flac

  • Performer: Léo Ferré
  • Album: Chante Léo Ferré
  • FLAC: 1404 mb | MP3: 1265 mb
  • Country: France
  • Style: Chanson
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Léo Ferré - Chante Léo Ferré album flac

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1re Face 6'40
A1 L'Ile Saint-Louis
Lyrics By – F. Claude*Music By – L. Ferré*
A2 La Chanson Du Scaphandrier
Lyrics By – R. Baër*Music By – L. Ferré*
2me Face 6'25
B1 Monsieur-Tout-Blanc
Written-By – L. Ferré*
B2 L'esprit De Famille
Written-By – L. Ferré*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Imprimerie Chaumès


  • Artwork – Lefor-Openo
  • Piano, Vocals – Léo Ferré


Variant label from release Léo Ferré - Chante Léo Ferré, same picture sleeve.

- Printed on back cover -
Printed sideways, left side : Imp. Chaumès Paris
Printed at bottom: Copyright by "Le chant Du Monde" Maquette de Lefor-Openo Made in France
Printed sideways, right side : Le Chant Du Monde LD-45 3011 Medium SUPER 45 T

- Printed on labels -
Microsillon incassable
Longue durée - 45 T.
L'utilisation de ce disque pour les auditions publiques directes ou pour les auditions radiophoniques est interdite

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Label A/B, in box): BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched runout): YFI-45-735
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched runout): YFI 736-45
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): YFI-45-735
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): YFI-45-736k
  • Other: Push-out center

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LD-45 3011 Léo Ferré Chante Léo Ferré ‎(7", EP) Le Chant Du Monde LD-45 3011 France 1956
EP-45 3011 Léo Ferré Léo Ferré chante... ‎(7") Le Chant Du Monde EP-45 3011 France 1950
LD-45 3011 Léo Ferré Chante Léo Ferré ‎(7", EP, Sma) Le Chant Du Monde LD-45 3011 France Unknown

Léo Ferré was a poet in his own right but, as a singer, he also contributed to popularize the work of numerous poets, including Arthur Rimbaud, Louis Aragon, François Villon, Guillaume Appolinaire, Charles Baudelaire, Jean-Roger Caussimon and Cesare Pavese

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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

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Les Fleurs du mal (Léo Ferré album). Les Fleurs du mal (English: "The Flowers of Evil") is an album by Léo Ferré, released in 1957 by Odeon Records. It is his first LP dedicated to a poet and this is the first time in popular music history a whole album is decicated to a dead poet. 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.

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Léo Ferré (1916-1993) was a Monegasque poet, composer, and, musician. Born on the 24th August 1916 in Monaco, Ferré mixed lyricism with slang; love with anarchy. He took a central place in the world of French song. He was involved in anarchism, and worked with Radio Libertaire, an anarchist free-radio broadcasting in Paris and around France. He died on the 14th July 1993.

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One of the most revered singers in the Francophone world, Léo Ferré was an active figure in French culture for much of the 20th century, and this extensive box set-length compilation will do wonders for either completists or those looking to immerse themselves in the legendary chanteur's work. If there is an honor guard looking over the legacy of French song, one of its key members has to be Léo Ferré.

Léo Ferré chante Aragon.