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Title:
A Little Love and Understanding: 40 Greatest Hits
Performer:
Gilbert Bécaud
Released:
November 18, 2016
FLAC album size:
1672 mb
MP3 album size:
1263 mb
Other formats:
VQF FLAC AUD MIDI WMA APE
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Rating:
4.8

DISC I. 1. A Little Love and Understanding (Un peu d'amour et d'amitie) 2. What Now My Love (Et maintenant) 3. Fly Me to the Moon 4. Let It Be Me (1964 Version) 5. You'll See (1964 Version) 6. Marie, Marie 7. The Day the Rain Came (Le jour ou la pluie viendra) 8. More (Theme from "Mondo. 12. Two Shadows in the Sand 13. Something Missing 14. Gracias a Dios 15. Nobody Loves an Old Carousel (Mourir a Capri) 16. Paris (Mon arbre) 17. The Other Three (Mes hommes a moi) 18.

A Little Love and Understanding. 40 Greatest Hits - Becaud Gilbert. GILBERT BECAUD A Little Love and Understanding 7" vinyl Large centre hole.

Gilbert Becaud ‎– A Little Love And Understanding. Label: Decca ‎– Y-10748. A. A Little Love And Understanding. Written-By – Becaud, Amade, Stellman.

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Gilbert Bécaud (French pronunciation:, 24 October 1927 – 18 December 2001) was a French singer, composer, pianist and actor, known as "Monsieur 100,000 Volts" for his energetic performances. He remained a popular artist for nearly fifty years, identifiable in his dark blue suits, with a white shirt and "lucky tie"; blue with white polka dots. The following year, he scored his one and only entry on the UK Singles Chart with "A Little Love and Understanding" which reached number 10 in the spring. Later in the century, he began writing with Pierre Grosz and then Neil Diamond, also penning the Broadway musical Roza with Julian More. In 1982, he recorded the duet "L'Amour est mort" with Québécoise singer Martine St. Clair at the start of her career.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Little Love and Understanding Gilbert Bécaud
2 What Now My Love Gilbert Bécaud
3 Fly Me to the Moon Gilbert Bécaud
4 Let It Be Me Gilbert Bécaud
5 You'll See Gilbert Bécaud
6 Marie, Marie Gilbert Bécaud
7 The Day the Rains Came Gilbert Bécaud
8 More Gilbert Bécaud
9 Too Good Gilbert Bécaud
10 What Kind of Fool Am I? Gilbert Bécaud
11 What Do You Do with Laurie? Gilbert Bécaud
12 Two Shadows in the Sand Gilbert Bécaud
13 Something Missing Gilbert Bécaud
14 Gracias Adios Gilbert Bécaud
15 Nobody Loves an Old Carousel Gilbert Bécaud
16 Paris Gilbert Bécaud
17 The Other Three Gilbert Bécaud
18 Mon Amour Gilbert Bécaud
19 Forever Gilbert Bécaud
20 The Girls of teh Summer Gilbert Bécaud
21 Sand and Sea Gilbert Bécaud
22 It Must Be Her Gilbert Bécaud
23 Where Would I Be? Gilbert Bécaud
24 You'd Laugh Gilbert Bécaud
25 I'll Say Goodbye Gilbert Bécaud

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 What Now My Love Gilbert Bécaud
2 If Only I Could Live My Life Again Gilbert Bécaud
3 Let It Be Me Gilbert Bécaud
4 You'll See Gilbert Bécaud
5 When We Dance Gilbert Bécaud
6 Mes Mains Gilbert Bécaud
7 Me-Que, Me-Que Gilbert Bécaud
8 Viens Gilbert Bécaud
9 Le Jour Ou la Pluie Viendra Gilbert Bécaud
10 Nathalie Gilbert Bécaud
11 Et Maintenant Gilbert Bécaud
12 Seul Sur Son Etoile Gilbert Bécaud
13 Quand il est Mort le Poete Gilbert Bécaud
14 Un Peu D'amour et D'amitie Gilbert Bécaud
15 Je T'appartiens Gilbert Bécaud

Credits

Gilbert Bécaud - Primary Artist