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Charles Aznavour - His Greatest Love Songs album

Charles Aznavour - His Greatest Love Songs album Performer: Charles Aznavour
Title: His Greatest Love Songs
Style: Chanson
Date of release: 1980
Size MP3: 1231 mb
Size FLAC: 1716 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: TTA AU AIFF VQF XM MIDI AAC

Publishers: A1 - Standard Music A2, A3, A6, A7, B3 & B8 - Chappell/Aznavour A4, A5, B1, B4, B5 & B7 - Tro-Essex A8 - Tro-Music B2 - Britco/Cinephonic Music B6 - Leeds Music.

In 2006, Aznavour recorded his album Colore ma vie in Cuba, with Chucho Valdés. A regular guest vocalist on Star Academy, Aznavour sang alongside contestant Cyril Cinélu that same year. In August 2011 Aznavour released a new album, Aznavour Toujours, featuring 11 new songs, and Elle, a French re-working of his greatest international hit, "She".

In the wake of the canny album His Love Songs in English (1965), Aznavour’s English-speaking following snowballed. Among them was Bob Dylan, who saw him at New York’s Carnegie Hall and said: He just blew my brains out. Among the highlights of the show was La Bohème, a salaam to the Parisian neighbourhood Montmartre – and an Aznavour signature tune. At one of his final British performances, he enhanced it with the use of just one prop, a white rag, which was tossed into the crowd. 3. Non, Je N’Ai Rien Oublié (No, I Could Never Forget)

Sur Ma Vie - His Greatest Hits. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album took me back to my youth in the late 60s. I had forgotten how much I loved this music and how it made me feel. Of course I do understand the lyrics much better now that I have a lifetime of experience behind me.

Legendary performer Charles Aznavour’s music has come to define the genre of French chanson. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at some of his greatest creations, from his first success with Sur ma vie (On my life) to his smash hit La Bohème. Aznavour was propelled to fame with his 1955 song Sur ma vie, which would become his first No. 1 hit in France. After a string of successes, Aznavour sought to appeal to audiences beyond France in 1963 with For m. ormidable, a medley in French and English. That same year, he performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, a show American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan later said blew my brains out. In 1965, Aznavour released what would become arguably one of the most memorable songs of his career, La Bohème. He followed up two years later with the wistful, Emmenez-moi (Take me along).

Since his career began in 1933 Charles Aznavour has sold over 100 million record sales, 1,200 songs, 80 movies, 294 albums, thousands of concerts around the world. 2014 Greatest Hits sung in English from the French icon, who has been releasing music since 1933. Features performances from Elton John, Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, Sting, Josh Groban, Celine Dion and others. Includes classics like 'She', 'Yesterday When I Was Young', 'You've Let Yourself Go' and more.

This page lists the album chart runs of Charles Aznavour. A list of songs by Charles Aznavour can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first. Canada Platinum (certified by CRIA in Apr 2009), France Gold (certified by SNEP Dec 2008), Switzerland 53 - Dec 2008 (7 weeks), ODK Germany 73 - Dec 2008 (3 weeks). E fu subito Aznavour. His Greatest Love Songs. UK 73 - Aug 1980 (1 week).

Charles Aznavour (Shahnour Vaghenag Aznavourian, Armenian: Շահնուր Վաղինակ Ազնավուրյան, Paris, France, 22 May 1924 - 1 October 2018) was a French-Armenian singer, lyricist, actor, public activist and diplomat. Aznavour was known for his unique tenor voice: clear and ringing in its upper reaches, with gravelly and profound low notes.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 She
A2 The Old Fashioned Way (Les Plaisirs Démodés)
Written-By – Garvarentz*
A3 Like Roses (Comme Les Roses)
A4 Happy Anniversary (Bon Anniversaire)
A5 La Bohême
Written-By – Jacques Plante
A6 You
A7 After Loving You (De T'Avoir Aimée)
Written-By – B. Kaye*
A8 Yesterday When I Was Young (Hier Encore)
B1 The 'I Love You Song'
Written-By – G. Bontempelli*
B2 We Can Never Know (On Ne Sait Jamais)
Written-By – A. Kasha*, J. Hirschorn*
B3 What Makes A Man (Comme Ils Disent)
B4 How Sad Venice Can Be (Que C'Est Triste Venise)
Written-By – F. Dorin*
B5 Isabelle
B6 You've Let Yourself Go (Tu T'Laisses Aller)
B7 Il Faut Savoir
B8 The Happy Days (Les Jours Heureux)

Credits

  • Artwork By [Sleeve Design] – Phil Richards Associates
  • Compiled By – Ian A. Wiener
  • Photography – Toon Mol
  • Written-By – Aznavour*, H. Kretzmer* (tracks: A1, A6, A8, B1)

Notes

℗ 1980 K-Tel Intl. © 1980 K-Tel Intl.
Distributed by K-tel International (UK) Ltd. & K-tel International (Irl) Ltd.
Compiled in association with Barclay Records.
Mastered at Tape One.

Publishers:
A1 - Standard Music
A2, A3, A6, A7, B3 & B8 - Chappell/Aznavour
A4, A5, B1, B4, B5 & B7 - Tro-Essex
A8 - Tro-Music
B2 - Britco/Cinephonic Music
B6 - Leeds Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): NE 1078 A-2U EMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): NE 1078 B-2U EMI