Jacques Brel
Ne Me Quitte Pas

  1 x LP   standard   33⅓rpm   

2012 EU issue on 180g LP -The life and work of Jacques Brel will forever be celebrated by fans of the chanson. And the evidence is present here in a package that comprises tracks from his first six studio albums, released in the mid 50s through to t...

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Release date 16-07-2012

2012 EU issue on 180g LP  -The life and work of Jacques Brel will forever be celebrated by fans of the chanson. And the evidence is present here in a package that comprises tracks from his first six studio albums, released in the mid 50s through to the early 60s and containing some of his signature songs.

Tracks:

A1     Ne Me Quitte Pas     
A2     Marieke     
A3     Grand Jacques (C'est Trop Facile)     
A4     Le Moribond     
A5     C'est Comme Ça     
A6     Sur La Place     
A7     Les Flamandes     
A8     La Tendresse     
A9     Au Printemps     
A10     Le Diable "Ça Va"     

B1     Quand On N'a L'amour     
B2     La Valse à Mille Temps     
B3     Je Ne Sais Pas     
B4     Seul     
B5     Isabelle     
B6     Les Prénoms De Paris     
B7     Pardons     
B8     Le Colonel     
B9     Dor Ma Mie

One of the seemingly innumerable Philipsera Jacques Brel compilations issued during the 1970s Ne Me Quitte Pas is a doublealbum extravaganza rounding up five songs apiece from his first second and fourth albums and three from his toofrequently overlooked third then rounded out by an apparently random selection of EP cuts There are of course few surprises in store The title track better known to the AngloAmerican public as If You Go Away and Quand on Na Que lAmour Brels first hit single are the most immediate selling points for purchasers seeking a quick introduction to the catalog Sur La Place Les Flamandes and La Mort My Death can be similarly highlighted Where the interest lies for the more serious fan is in the inclusion of such seldom heard sides as Voir Le Prochain Amour and the duet Demain Lon Se Marie None rank among the best of Brel but in breaking the domination of album cuts they do offer something different and that in the fastfilling world of Brel collections is certainly nothing to be sneezed at Dave Thompson allmusiccom

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): standard
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Vinly Passion
This release: 2012
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