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Brel's first famous recording at the Olympia Theatre – recorded in 1961 during the formative days of his work with arranger Francois Rauber! The larger orchestra on the session is directed by Daniel Janin, but Rauber's also playing piano in the lead, alongside Gerard Jouannest – and ... LP, Vinyl record album
Early 70s recordings of some of Brel's greatest classics – done in versions that update the sound and enliven the spirit! The session dates from 1972, and features arrangements and orchestrations by longtime Brel collaborator Francois Rauber – plus beautifully somber piano by Gerard ... LP, Vinyl record album
This was Brel's last album before his death, and it's an oft-overlooked piece of work that's fantastically different from his better-known 60's oevre, but also every bit as great as that stuff. The tracks on here have an amazingly sombre quality, and are filled with deep swells of emotion that ... LP, Vinyl record album
Brel at his best – delivered with the biting tone that made Brel one of the most brilliant social commentators of the 20th Century, yet with a warmth that offset his critical vision with a real love of life! Arrangements and orchestrations are by the mighty Francois Rauber – a bit ... LP, Vinyl record album
A beautiful batch of classic tracks by Jacques Brel – one of our favorite-ever singer/songwriters! The record captures Brel at the peak of his power, working with Francois Rauber's orchestra, which provides him with some perfectly-placed arrangements that help focus the incredible vision of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Repackaging of Brel's 1967 LP – featuring some of his lesser known work from the late 60s, set to arrangements by longtime accompanist Francois Rauber. The tracks are still quite strong, and if anything, Brel's writing has only gotten sharper by this point. Titles include "Le Gaz" ... LP, Vinyl record album
Backings by Francois Rauber, Alain Goraguer, and Gerard Jouannest – on titles that include "J'Arrive", "Trois Petites Notes De Musique", "Ta Main", "Dans Ton Lit De Cristal", and "Face A Face" – plus Serge Gainsbourg's "Le Sixiem ... LP, Vinyl record album