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Les 50 plus belles chansons de Georges Moustaki

Georges Moustaki

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Album Review

As the title indicates, this collection contains a whopping 50 tracks from one of France's leading musical voices. Released in 2007 by Universal, Les 50 Plus Belles Chansons draws from all aspects of Moustaki's storied career, including live tracks ("Donne du Rhum a Ton Homme"), as well as favorites such as "Il y Avert un Jardin," "Joseph," and "Portugal (Fado Tropical)."

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ma solitude

excellent lyrics and melody. This is simple music but it comes from the heart and it and resonates throughout the ages

Biography

Born: May 3, 1934 in Alexandria, Egypt

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

Although he achieved his greatest fame in France, singing French-language songs in a distinctly French style, singer/songwriter Georges Moustaki was more a citizen of the world — or, as he often put it, a "citizen of the French language." Christening himself a cultural "mongrel" in his signature hit "Le Métèque," Moustaki's first love was the classic-style French chanson, but he often appropriated bits of world folk musics from Greece, Turkey, the Middle East, Brazil (bossa nova and MPB), Argentina...
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