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Troubador

Hugues Aufray

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Album Review

Following 2009's Bob Dylan covers collection New Yorker, legendary French chanteur Hugues Aufray switches his attention to his own 63-year output with Troubador Since 1948. Produced by Philippe Rault, its 17 tracks feature reworkings of some of his classic chansons including a collaboration with Françoise Hardy on "Dès Que le Printemps Revient," his fourth-placed entry for Luxembourg in the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, and his French-language renditions of Peter, Paul and Mary's "500 Miles" ("J'entends Siffler le Train"), Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" ("Prends la Vie Comme Telle"), and another Dylan track, "Like a Rolling Stone" ("Comme des Pierres Qui Roulent"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: 18 April 1929 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

The music of French folk troubadour Hugues Aufray existed in stark opposition to the prevailing yé-yé sound that dominated pop charts in the mid-'60s. A disciple of Bob Dylan who regularly adapted his hero's songs into French, Aufray nevertheless proved a popular favorite whose own compositions, most notably "Santiano" and "Celine," quickly entered the mainstream vernacular. Born August 18, 1929, in the Parisian suburb of Neuilly sur Seine, Hughes spent much of his adolescence in a Dominican school...
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