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Léo Ferré ‎– Les Chansons D’Aragon Chantées Par Léo Ferré (Barclay)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : 10″
Cat N° : 80138
Style : Chanson

In 1956, Léo Ferré began setting Aragon’s poems to music, inspired by Aragon’s novel “Le Roman inachevé.” Despite their differing political beliefs (Ferré being an anarchist and Aragon a Communist), their shared passion for words brought them together. Ferré chose the poems himself and collaborated closely with Aragon, resulting in the album “L’Affiche Rouge.” It eloquently evoked the sacrifices of the Manouchian Group, resistance fighters executed by the Nazis in 1944. The album also explored themes of war, love, and everyday life, showcasing Aragon’s powerful writing. While it included some lighter songs, it remained a significant part of Ferré’s discography, setting the stage for his future successes.

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A1 – L’affiche Rouge
A2 – Tu N’en Reviendras Pas
A3 – Est-Ce Ainsi Que Les Hommes Vivent
A4 – Il N’aurait Fallu
A5 – Les Fourreurs
B1 – Blues
B2 – Elsa
B3 – L’étrangère
B4 – Je Chante Pour Passer Le Temps
B5 – Je T’aime Tant

Weight 0,23 kg