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Jacques Brel - Ces Gens-Là

Jacques Brel - Ces Gens-Là

Performer: Jacques Brel
Title: Ces Gens-Là
Style: Chanson
Released: 07 Dec 1965
Cat#: 80284
Country: France
Label: Barclay
Size MP3 version: 2404 mb
Size FLAC version: 2212 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 791
Genre: Pop

Jacques Brel - Ces Gens-Là


Lyrics By [Uncredited], Music By [Uncredited] – Jacques BrelMusic By [Uncredited] – G. Jouannest
2L'Age Idiot
Lyrics By [Uncredited], Music By [Uncredited] – Jacques Brel
Lyrics By [Uncredited] – Jacques BrelMusic By [Uncredited] – Gérard Jouannest
4Les Désespérés
Lyrics By [Uncredited] – Jacques BrelMusic By [Uncredited] – Gérard Jouannest
Written-By [Uncredited] – Jacques Brel
6Ces Gens-Là
Lyrics By [Uncredited], Music By [Uncredited] – Jacques Brel


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
80 284 SJacques Brel Ces Gens-Là ‎(10", Album)Barclay80 284 SFrance1965
80 284 SJacques Brel Ces Gens-Là ‎(10", Album, RE)Barclay80 284 SFranceUnknown
CBLP 2077Jacques Brel Jacques Brel ‎(LP, Album)BarclayCBLP 2077Canada1965


  • Accompanied By [Uncredited]François Rauber Et Son Orchestre
  • Mastered ByGP
  • Piano [Uncredited]Gérard Jouannest


Printed on label:


Inked letters on A label:
7 DECE 1965
80284 A3

Inked letters on B label:
7 DECE 1965
80284 B3

Tracklist written on labels by someone.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched Handwritten): HBLY 80284 A3 GP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched Handwritten): HBLY 80284 B3 GP



Ces Gens-Là English: Those people is the eighth studio album by Jacques Brel. Also known as Jef, it was released in 1966 by Barclay 80323. The album was reissued on 23 September 2003 under the title Ces Gens-Là as part of the 16-CD box set Boîte à Bonbons by Barclay 980 817-2. Tracks 110 constituted the original 1966 album. Tracks 1114 were originally issued on EP Barclay 70907 EP 45, of which the orchestral sessions were recorded on 8 January 1963, with separate vocals by Brel added later. Album 2003 14 Songs. Ces gens-là. Jacques Brel. French Pop 2003. Songs in album Jacques Brel - Ces Gens-Là, Volume 10 1966. Jacques Brel - Ces Gens-Là. Jacques Brel - Jef. Jacques Brel - La Chanson De Jacky. Jacques Brel - Les Bergers. Jacques Brel - Le Tango Funèbre. Jacques Brel - Fernand. Jacques Brel - Mathilde. Jacques Brel - L'âge Idiot. French Pop. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. Watch the video for Ces Gens-Là from Jacques Brel's Ses 16 plus belles chansons for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Jacques Brel 8 April 1929 9 October 1978 was a Belgian singer and songwriter who composed and performed literate, thoughtful, and theatrical songs that generated a large, devoted following in Belgium and France initially, and later throughout the world. He was widely considered a master of the modern chanson. Although he recorded most of his songs in French, he became a major influence on English-speaking songwriters and performers such as David Bowie, Alex Harvey, Leonard Cohen, Marc Almond and Rod McKuen. Complétez votre collection Jacques Brel. Jacques Brel - Ces Gens La 5:14. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. CD à vendre par Tiline. Listes par claudedu572. My Top 100 Favorite Albums of All Time par black ADRI. Thrift store finds par diggingmygrave. Smokerz par smokerz. Ces Gens-La, a full-length album that brings the two together. This straightforward reissue retains the original set list, yet adds no bonus material, which is a shame. On the upside, though, it's a nifty little package that collects Jacques Brel's mid-decade nuggets. Although the layman will be most familiar with Jef, Chanson de Jacky, and Mathilde, there are other songs that are equally, if not more so, as strong as the hits. Ces Gens-Lá is a perfect example. I don't own any rights blah blah yadda yadda. It's not commercially available. Copyright Brel Ces gens-la. Internet Archive Python library gens-là. Critic Score. It's easy to hear straight off the bat that Jacques Brel came off as a major influence to both Scott Walker and David Bowie as Ces gens-là is a masterwork of passionate monologues and gothic, baroque soundscapes. And unlike his soon-to-be contemporaries, the furious passion of Brel's extroverted voice still stands out today as simply. read more