The CD release of Grand Jacques Integrale Titres , however, is the first to make a clean sweep of his first three years in the public eye, collecting both the Et Ses Chansons and Jacques Brel 2 albums in their entirety, plus five other songs originally released on EP between None of these latter performances are crucial to the Brel canon -- the reason, perhaps, why they never made it onto his albums in the first place.
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La Bastille. Priere Paienne. L' Air de la Betise. Qu'avons-Nous Fait, Bonnes Gens. Saint Pierre. Les Pieds Dans le Ruisseau. Quand on N'A Que l'Amour. J'En Appelle. La Bourree du Celibataire. Les Bles. Demain l'On Se Marie. Track Listing - Disc 2. Au Printemps. Je Ne Sais Pas. Dors Ma Mie Bonsoir. Vond je dit een nuttige review? Tjakko2 31 december Ik raad dit product aan.
Meeslepende muziek Goede zang vanuit zijn laatste adem.. Goede kwaliteit. Jacques Brel op zijn best. Verplichte kost voor iedere Brel liefhebber.
Goede kwaliteit Voordelige koop duurzaam. Niet leverbaar. Breng mij op de hoogte. Op verlanglijstje. Houd er rekening mee dat het artikel niet altijd weer terug op voorraad komt. Anderen bekeken ook. He returned to France in the spring and, on 16 May , he gave his final concert performance in Roubaix in northern France.
Following his retirement from the concert stage, Brel's professional life focused on film. He would record only four more studio albums in the last decade of his life. In September , he recorded the songs for the album, J'arrive I'm coming , which was released later in the year. He adapted the book, translated the lyrics, directed the production, and played the lead role.
This was the only time he ever adapted songs by other writers or appeared in a stage musical. He was never replaced. Unusually this did not involve singing but instead recitation. In the first half of the performance he recited Sergei Prokoviev's famous story, 'Peter and the Wolf'.
In the second half he told the tale of Jean de Brunhoff's 'Babar the Elephant'. In Brel signed a special year contract with Barclay Records.
Although there were no new songs to record, Barclay persuaded him to return to the studio to re-record 11 of the better-known songs he cut for Philips Records during the early years of his music career. The film tells the story of a teenage girl who accuses her primary schoolteacher, Jean Doucet Brel , of trying to rape her. The police and the mayor investigate, but Doucet denies the charges.
Two other students come forward to reveal more of Doucet's misconduct—one confessing to be his mistress. Doucet faces trial and hard labour if convicted. The film was released on 21 December Film critics praised Brel's performance.
The story is set in Paris. Raymond-la-science Brel , an anarchist, is released from prison after serving a sentence for spreading agitation among his co-workers. He meets up with his friends who live together with their families in the villa of their political leader. They get involved with the notorious Bonnot gang—gangsters who revolt against society by robbing, stealing, and killing. The film was released on 30 October He also produced the soundtrack.
The film is a period piece, set in during the reign of Louis XV. Benjamin Brel is a country doctor in love with the beautiful innkeeper's daughter, Manette, but she refuses his advances until he produces a marriage contract.
After suffering a humiliating practical joke and being condemned to prison, Benjamin escapes with Manette, who realises she prefers happiness to a marriage contract after all. The film was released on 28 November The story involves a soldier, Georges Dormond Brel , who seduces Germaine de Boismesnil and is subsequently driven out of the army by one of Germaine's friends who is a colonel.
After Germaine's husband dies, Dormond returns to the widow's castle seeking revenge. After seducing Pierrette the maid, he reminds Germaine of their past love affair and arranges a meeting with the widow, during which he underdresses her, humiliates her, and then leaves.
The orphan Marthe, who witnesses the scene, throws herself at Gaston, the colonel's orderly, to avenge her mother. Georges ridicules their feelings and forces Germaine to reveal her attachment to Pierrette, thereby causing a scandal. The film was released on 16 December In Brel appeared in his fifth feature film, Franz , the first film he directed.
She gradually becomes attracted to his clumsy behaviour and they fall in love. The film was released on 2 February , and although praised by the critics, it was not a commercial success.
Brel plays Bernard Level, a provincial judge, who presides over a delicate case. A man who was arrested for a minor crime died during police questioning. When Level decides to prosecute the policemen and initiates an investigation, he receives threats and intimidation from those wanting to stop the investigation.
The film was released on 7 May In Brel appeared in his seventh feature film, L'aventure, c'est l'aventure The adventure is the adventure , directed by Claude Lelouch. The story follows five crooks who decide to switch from bank robbery to political kidnapping. Among their first hostages is singer Johnny Hallyday. The film was released 4 May , and became a huge box office smash. While filming L'aventure, c'est l'aventure on location in the Caribbean, Brel met and fell in love with a young actress and dancer by the name of Maddly Bamy.
Brel would spend the final years of his life with her. Brel plays Vincent Van Horst, a hard-drinking bon vivant who loves his freedom and his women. In he leaves Europe, which is torn apart by the war, and moves to Canada, intending to meet up with Maria, the only woman he ever loved. On the way to Canada, he meets a young boy who dreams about fighting in the European war. When Vincent arrives at the Bar de la Fourche, managed by Maria, he finds her looking older.
He finds consolation in another woman, Annie, who looks down on him and drives Vincent and Olivier to fight a duel against each other. The film was released on 23 August In Brel appeared in his ninth feature film, Le Far West , his second directorial effort. The story is about Jacques, a year-old citizen of Brussels, who meets the fakir Abracadabra who, before dying, gives him a special power.
Jacques meets Gabriel, a generous man, who dresses up as Davy Crockett , and who follows Jacques without asking questions. The Far West they seek cannot be found, because it is an imaginary place, a piece of happiness buried in our hearts. The film was released on 15 May The story is about a contract killer, Ralph Milan, who works for the Mafia. He is paid to kill Louis Randoni, whose testimony in various trials could harm the organisation.
The film was released on 20 September By early , Brel knew that he was ill. He prepared his will, leaving everything to his wife Miche. In the spring he recorded a new single, "L'Enfance" Childhood , the proceeds of which he donated to La Fondation Perce Neige, an association set up to help disabled children.
After completing his last film L'emmerdeur , he took his daughters on a cruise. In November, he embarked on a two-month cruise across the Atlantic with five of his closest friends on the training ship Le Korrig. Brel devoted the final years of his life to his passion for sailing.
He began planning a three-year voyage to circumnavigate the world. Hard Rock French. Neo Metal. Stoner Rock. Metal Fusion. Rock n Roll. Elvis Presley. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Pop general. Current Pop. Pop 90s. Pop 80s. French Pop. French Rock. Johnny Hallyday. Traditional Music. Pays Basque. Others French. European Grooves. Other Countries.
Soul 80s. Italo Disco. Acid jazz. Groove Revival. Jazz Classic. Cool Jazz. Modern Jazz. Jazz fusion. Vocal jazz. Spiritual jazz. Free Jazz. Others Jazz. US Rap.About. In collaboration with Editions Jacques Brel, Frédéric Lamantia plays eternal masterpieces such as Quand On n’a que l’Amour, La Chanson des Vieux Amants, Les Bourgeois, Amsterdam, Les Marquises and Ne Me Quitte Pas on the organ of the Grand Temple Protestant in Lyon.