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Georges Brassens

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Georges Brassens was one of France's most respected singers and songwriters from his breakthrough in 1952 to his death in 1981; his work reflected a romantic lyricism and the sensibility of an accomplished poet, and while he often wrote of matters of the heart, he also dealt with social and political issues in a manner that reflected his anti-authoritarian nature and compassion for life's underdogs. Georges Brassens is a three-disc anthology that collects 45 of his best songs, all written or co-written by the celebrated singer himself.

Biography

Born: 22 October 1921 in Sète, France

Genre: French Pop

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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