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J'adore Charles Baudelaire!

I think that this album is amazing! I love Charles Baudelaire and I think it's fantastic that this guy did this....however, I must say, I did laugh very hard when I listened to this. : ) I speak French and English and I have read Les Fleurs du Mal and some of Baudelaire's other works.
J'adore Charles Baudelaire et j'adore le français. Je regrette ceci et en anglais et en français... Vous qui êtes français avez beaucoup de la chance! Je souhaite que j'etais(mon ordinateur ne me permettra pas à taper l'accent, desolee!) française! : )


Genre: French Pop

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Georges Chelon is a French singer/songwriter who emerged in the mid-'60s to significant acclaim, and while his career underwent ups and downs, he remained active throughout the rest of the century and beyond. Born on January 4, 1943, in Marseilles, France, he made his recording debut in 1965 with the 45 rpm single "15, 20 et Plus" on EMI Pathé Marconi, followed later in the year by the full-length album Père Prodigue. From 1965 until 1971, he released new full-length recordings annually on the label,...
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