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Les 100 plus belles chansons de Georges Brassens

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The five-disc Les 100 Plus Belles Chansons is an extensive collection of the most popular songs of the legendary Georges Brassens, widely regarded as one of his homeland's most accomplished postwar poets and singer/songwriters. The 2006 release, featuring material written or co-written entirely by the iconic Frenchman, includes his debut single, "Le Gorille," his theme to 1964 film Les Copains d'Abord, and the semi-autobiographical "La Mauvaise Réputation." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: October 22, 1921 in Sète, France

Genre: Musique francophone

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

One of French pop's most poetic songwriters, Georges Brassens was also a highly acclaimed and much-beloved performer in his own right. Not only a brilliant manipulator of language and a feted poet in his own right, Brassens was also renowned for his subversive streak, satirizing religion, class, social conformity, and moral hypocrisy with a wicked glee. Yet beneath that surface was a compassionate concern for his fellow man, particularly the disadvantaged and desperate. His personal politics were...
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