“N°4” by Jacques Brel - album review

TJR says

In early 1959 Brel renewed his contract with Philips, and the fourth album was soon to follow. “N°4” was all recorded in September 1959, and entirely orchestrated by François Rauber, resulting in a cohesive and passionate set, where Brel delivers his most stirring and theatrical performance to date, culminating in the utterly magnificent “La Valse À Mille Temps”. Try waltzing to THAT Grandma!

The Jukebox Rebel
04-Jul-2008


A1 [03:52] 9.7.png Jacques Brel - La Valse À Mille Temps (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
A2 [03:31] 7.1.png Jacques Brel - Seul (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
A3 [02:39] 7.8.png Jacques Brel - La Dame Patronnesse (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
A4 [02:22] 6.4.png Jacques Brel - Je T’Aime (Jacques Brel, François Rauber) Crooner / Cabaret
A5 [03:52] 8.1.png Jacques Brel - Ne Me Quitte Pas (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
B1 [02:37] 6.7.png Jacques Brel - Les Flamandes (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
B2 [03:14] 6.0.png Jacques Brel - Isabelle (Jacques Brel, François Rauber) Crooner / Cabaret
B3 [02:54] 7.4.png Jacques Brel - La Mort (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
B4 [02:39] 6.1.png Jacques Brel - La Tendresse (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret
B5 [02:59] 7.0.png Jacques Brel - La Colombe (Jacques Brel) Crooner / Cabaret




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