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Yves Montand

Yves Montand was an enormously popular singer in France, his adopted country, from the 1940s until his death. He also gave concerts around the world, but he was better-known internationally as an actor.

Montand was born Ivo Livi on October 13, 1921, in the village of Monsummano Alto in the Tuscany region of Italy near Florence. He was the youngest of three children of Giovanni Livi, a broom maker, and Giuseppina (Simoni) Livi. His father was involved with the Communist Party, and in May 1924 the family was forced to move to France to escape political persecution from the Fascists led by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. They settled in Marseilles and became naturalized French citizens in 1929. At 11, Montand dropped out of school to help support his family during the Depression by working in a noodle factory. He left that job two years later and began working in a hair salon run by his older sister; eventually he passed the test for his barber's license and got a job in another salon. But in September 1938, at age 16, he first sang at an amateur show, and he soon began making professional appearances. Recalling his mother's shout to come home to the family's second-floor residence for dinner, "Ivo, montes!" ("Ivo, come on up!"), which, in her Italian-accented French sounded like "Ivo, monta!," he adopted the stage name Yves Montand.

Montand's singing career was short-circuited by the start of World War II in September 1939. In 1940, he worked in the Marseilles shipyards as Germany overran northern France; he was not able to return to singing until the spring of 1941 under the German occupation. That fall, he first headlined his own vaudeville show in Nice, and he had his first screen appearance as an extra in La Prière aux Etoiles (Prayer to the Stars), shot in January 1942. But from March to October 1942, he had to work in a youth labor camp, as were all 20-year-old French males at the time. In February 1944, fearing that he would be forced to work for the Nazis, he left Marseilles and moved to Paris, where he began performing again. In July 1944, he was booked to open for Edith Piaf at the Moulin Rouge. The two became a couple, and with France being liberated by the Allies, they toured the country in the fall and in the spring of 1945. Montand was then given his first credited role in a film, singing two of his stage favorites, "Luna Park" and "Les Plaines du Far West," in Silence ... Antenne (You're on the Air!). He also took a small part in Etoile Sans Lumière (Star Without Light), a film starring Piaf that opened in April 1946. Starting on October 5, 1946, he headlined at the Etoile theater in Paris for seven weeks; during this period, he and Piaf broke up. Director Marcel Carné's Les Portes de la Nuit (Gates of the Night), Montand's first film in which he had the starring role, opened on December 4, but was poorly received.

Meanwhile, however, he had signed to Odéon Records, which began issuing his recordings. He did not have another film role for more than a year, when L'Idole appeared in February 1948, and his subsequent appearances in such low-budget films of the early 1950s as Paris Chante Toujours (Paris Always Sings), Paris Sera Toujours Paris (Paris Will Always Be Paris), Souvenirs Perdus (Lost Souvenirs), and L'Auberge Rouge employed his talents more as a singer than as an actor. They helped to enhance his status as a stage performer. On March 5, 1951, he began a four-month run at the Etoile in which he appeared for the first time in a "one-man show," (i.e., without any supporting acts on the bill). That summer, he began what turned out to be a long shoot on Henri-Georges Clouzot's Le Salaire de la Peur (The Wages of Fear), a drama in which he played a truck driver hired to transport nitroglycerin to stop an oil-well fire. When it finally appeared in the spring of 1953 (it opened in the U.S. in 1955), it was an enormous success, winning the grand prize at the Cannes Film Festival and finally establishing Montand as a serious actor.

Nevertheless, singing remained his first priority. On December 21, 1951, he married the actress Simone Signoret; two weeks later, he was off on a tour that included France, Switzerland, and Belgium. He made another film, Tempi Nostri (The Anatomy of Love) in 1953, but devoted much more time to singing. On October 5, he opened at the Etoile, where he performed until April 4, 1954, selling nearly 200,000 tickets. During the run, Odéon presented him with a gold record marking sales of one million copies of "Les Feuilles Mortes" ("Autumn Leaves"), a remarkable achievement in the relatively small French record market. (He later switched to Philips Records.) In 1954, he turned to the legitimate stage, co-starring with Signoret in a French adaptation of Arthur Miller's play The Crucible in Paris entitled Les Sorcières de Salem. The play ran through 1955, and a film version was made. This further enhanced Montand's reputation as an actor, and he appeared in more movies in the mid- '50s. But he also found time in 1956-1957 to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, a trip that began to open his eyes about totalitarianism.

After more film work in 1957 and 1958, Montand launched a major concert tour in September 1958 that began with some preliminary performances before settling into the Elysée music hall in Paris for five months, a run that continued until March 8, 1959, playing 160 performances before 200,000 fans. In December 1958, Montand was approached by American impresario and record company executive Norman Granz, who wanted to bring him to America. Previously, the anti-Communist McCarthy Era in the U.S. would have prevented Montand from obtaining a visa. (Although he himself was not a member of the Communist Party, he was sympathetic to its aims, and his older brother was an official of the party in France.) By the late 1950s, however, this situation was easing in the U.S., and Granz was able to get Montand a visa and book a tour. Prior to that, in the spring and summer of 1959, he toured Europe and performed in Israel. But on September 22, 1959, An Evening With Yves Montand opened at Henry Miller's Theater on Broadway to positive reviews. The show played 42 performances, then Montand appeared in Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. His belated breakthrough in the U.S. and the favorable notices it attracted led to a flurry of stateside record releases of material old and new. Columbia Records brought out One Man Show before the end of the year and in 1960 released both An Evening With Yves Montand and Grandes Chansons. The same year, Monitor Records issued Yves Montand & His Songs of Paris, and Granz's Verve label had Aimez-Vous Yves?

Meanwhile, Montand was forced to postpone a Japanese tour when he received an offer from 20th Century-Fox to co-star opposite Marilyn Monroe in the movie musical Let's Make Love. He shot the film in the winter and spring of 1960 (also engaging in a much-gossiped-about affair with Monroe), and had two singing performances, "Incurably Romantic" and the title song, both featured on the original soundtrack album released by Columbia. He continued what might be called the American phase of his career by quickly shooting a series of Hollywood films, Sanctuary, Goodbye Again, and My Geisha, in 1960-61, and on October 24, 1961, returned to Broadway for 55 performances of his musical act before moving on to Japan and England in early 1962 and opening again at the Etoile in Paris in November 1962. (Meanwhile, in America, Columbia released More Yves Montand and Verve countered with On Broadway.)

But, while his efforts on-stage and before the cameras in the U.S. in 1959-61 expanded Montand's international reputation, they did not make him a star in the U.S. His concert audience was a sophisticated one interested in hearing songs sung in French, but his records did not reach the charts. And on film he remained an exotic who had learned his lines in English phonetically. So, he returned to working primarily in Europe. After his Paris performances, he also, for the first time, turned primarily to filmmaking, relegating his singing career to one of occasional comeback shows for the rest of his life. (Meanwhile, Philips issued Yves Montand Recital Paris, 1963 in the U.S. in 1963, and Columbia had Yves Montand, Paris in 1964, but thereafter his American record releases were few.) The first of those comebacks consisted of 33 shows performed in Paris in the fall of 1968, after which Montand formally announced his retirement from concertizing.

For the rest of the 1960s and in the 1970s, Montand worked frequently in film. His most notable performances included a series of political dramas made with director Constantin Costa-Gavras, Z (1969, the Academy Award-winning Best Foreign Film and a Best Picture nominee), The Confession (1970), and State of Siege (1973), films that condemned oppressive acts carried out by both right-wing dictatorships and Communist regimes. Montand did find time for one more Hollywood movie musical, starring opposite Barbra Streisand in an adaptation of the Broadway show On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970), directed by Vincente Minnelli. He sang the title song with Streisand and soloed on "Melinda" and "Come Back to Me" in the film and on the original soundtrack album released by Columbia, which spent almost six months in the charts, but was a modest seller by Streisand's standards.

In 1974, in the wake of the previous year's military coup in Chile, Montand performed a benefit show for Chilean refugees, his first live singing in six years and his only such work of the decade. But at the start of the 1980s, he rescinded his retirement from the stage, and from October 7, 1981, to January 3, 1982, he played to sold-out houses at the Olympia theater in Paris, followed by 48 shows around the country before continuing on to North and South America and Japan, the entire tour lasting more than a year. He worked less frequently in film in the 1980s, his most notable performances being in Claude Berri's Jean de Florette and its sequel Manon of the Spring in 1986. In the second half of the 1980s, he was frequently mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in France, but he declined to run. He did, however, sing a few songs on a television program broadcast during the speculation, Montand at Home, in December 1987. And he was invited to visit Poland during that country's first free elections in the spring of 1989, obliging by singing "Les Feuilles Mortes." In June 1990, he gave a few final performances at the Olympia in Paris. He continued to make occasional films, completing his last one, IP5: The Island of Pachyderms, just prior to his death from a heart attack at age 70 in November 1991.

Although outside France he is viewed largely as a film star, Montand occupies an important position as a post-war French popular singer who followed Charles Trenet and Maurice Chevalier with an earthier, more direct style who anticipated such immediate followers as Jacques Brel and even the rock & roll era. Largely because of the language barrier, his appeal as a singer was restricted largely to his own country, but there it was gigantic and continued without diminution throughout his life. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Chansons. 20 Temas

1. C'est Si Bon

2. Mathilda

3. J'ai De La Veine

4. Dans Les Plaines Du Far West

5. Parce Que Ça Me Done Du Courage

6. Ma Gosse, Ma Petite Môme

7. La P´tite Suzon

8. Champion Du Monde

9. Il Fait Des...

10. Metro

11. Je Suis Venu Á Pied

12. Clopin Coplant

13. Ainsi Va La Vie

14. Quand Elle Est Lá

15. Luna Park

16. Flaner Tous Les Deux

17. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

18. Mais Qu'est- Ce Que J'ai

19. La Grande Cité

20. Et La Fête Continue

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Track List: La Vie En Rose

1. Le Galerien

2. Le Temps Des Cerises

3. Le Soldat Mecontent

4. Le Roi A Fait Battre Tambour

5. Aux Marches Du Palais

6. Le Chant Des Partisans

7. Sous Le Ciel De Paris

8. Paris Canaille

9. L'ame Des Poetes

10. La Vie En Rose

11. La Marie-Vison

12. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean

13. Tournesol

14. Compagnon Des Mauvais Jours

15. La Ballade De Paris

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Track List: Mathilda

1. Rue St Vincent

2. Il A Fallu

3. Flamenco De Paris

4. Dis-Moi Jo

5. C'est A L'aube

6. Cartes Postales

7. Vel D'hiv

8. Un P'tit Bock

9. Toi Tu N'ressembles A Personne

10. Rue D'belleville

11. Moi J'men Fous

12. Mathilda

13. Mais Qu'est Ce Que J'ai

14. Ma Gosse Ma Petite Mome

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Track List: Clopin Clopan

1. Mathilda

2. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

3. Je Suis Venu À Pied

4. Sensationnel

5. Amour, Mon Cher Amour

6. Fleur De Seine

7. Clémentine

8. Ma (La) P'tite Suzon

9. Et La Fète Continue

10. Ainsi Va La Vie

11. Clopin-Clopant

12. Ma Douce Vallee

13. Mais Qu'est-Ce Que J'ai?

14. La Grande Citè

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Track List: Yves Montand: Le Siècle D'or

Disc 1

1. Dans Les Plaines Du Far-West

2. Luna-Park

3. Moi J’m’en Fous

4. Battling Joe

5. Mais Qu’est-Ce Que J’ai

6. Ma Gosse Ma P’tite Môme

7. Un P’tit Bock

8. Clopin-Clopant

10. Vel D’hiv’

11. Parce Que Ça Me Donne Du Courage

13. Les Enfants Qui S’aiment

14. Maître Pierre

15. Clémentine

16. Métro

17. Les Feuilles Mortes

18. Et La Fête Continue

19. Ma P’tite Suzon

20. Quand Elle Est Là

21. Barbara

22. Bal Petit Bal

23. Cornet De Frites

24. Rue Saint Vincent

25. Amour Mon Cher Amour

26. Saltimbanques

Disc 2

2. Le Galérien

3. C’est À L’aube

4. Rue Lepic

5. Une Demoiselle Sur Une Balançoire

6. Grands Boulevards

7. Le Flamenco De Paris

8. Quand Un Soldat

9. Rendez-Vous Avec La Liberté

10. Les Routiers

11. Le Musicien

12. Cartes Postales

13. Toi Tu N’ressembles À Personne

14. Car Je T’aime

15. Le Doux Caboulot

16. Donne-Moi Des Sous

17. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean

18. Mon Pot’ Le Gitan

19. La Ballade De Paris

20. La Complainte De Mandrin

21. Les Canuts

22. Le Temps Des Cerises

23. La Butte Rouge

24. Le Chant Des Partisans

25. Giroflé Girofla

27. Moisson (La Terre Est Basse)

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Track List: C'est Si Bon - The Very Best Of

1. Vel D'hiv

2. Rien Dans Les Mains Rien Dans Les Poches

3. Les Feuilles Mortes

4. Un Petit Bock

5. Elle A

6. Rue Lepic

7. Moi J'm'en Fous

8. Il Chantait

9. Batling Joe

10. J'ai De La Veine

11. Le Galérien

12. Maitre Pierre

13. Le Dormeur Du Val

14. Ainsi Va La Vie

15. La P'tite Suzon

16. Amour, Mon Cher Amour

17. Il Fait Des

18. A Paris

19. C'est Si Bon

20. Le Gamin De Paris

21. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

22. Cornet De Frites

24. Actualités

25. Barbara

26. Luna Park

27. Je Suis Venu À Pied

28. Les Enfants Qui S'aiment

29. Mathilda

30. Clopin Clopant

31. Saltinbanque

32. Bal, Petit Bal

33. Dans Les Plaines Du Far West

34. Compagnons Des Mauvais Jours

35. Mais Qu'est-Ce Que J'ai?

36. Une Demoiselle Sur Une Balançoire

37. La Légende Du Boogie Woogie

38. Rus Saint Vincent

39. Flaner Tous Les Deux

40. Jolie Comme Une Rose

42. Les Momes De Mon Quartier

43. Ma Gosse, Ma Petite Mome

44. Tournesol

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Track List: Le Temps Des Cerises

Disc 1

1. Le Temps Des Cerises

2. Le Chant De La Libération (Le Chant Des Partisans)

3. Actualités

4. Rendez-Vous Avec La Liberté

5. Quand Un Soldat

6. C'est A L'Aube

7. Flamenco De Paris

8. Mon Pot' Le Gitan

9. Compagnons Des Mauvais Jours

10. Planter Cafe

11. Giroflé, Girofla

12. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean

13. La Tête À L'ombre

14. Le Galérien

15. La Complainte De Mandrin

16. J'avions Recu Commandement

17. Le Roi A Fait Battre Tambour

18. Chanson Du Capitaine (Je Me Suis T'engagé)

19. Le Soldat Mécontent

20. Les Canuts

21. Les Saltimbanques

22. Donne-Moi Des Sous

23. Parce Que Ca Me Donne Du Courage

24. Et La Fête Continue

25. Moi J'men Fous

Disc 2

1. Les Feuilles Mortes

2. Clopin-Clopant

3. C'est Si Bon

4. Un Gamin De Paris

5. Grands Boulevards

6. A Paris

7. Les Enfants Qui S'aiment

8. Dis-Moi Jo

9. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

10. Mon Manège A Moi

11. Rue Lepic

12. Bal, Petit Bal

13. Vel'D'Hiv

14. Elle A

15. Toi Tu N'ressembles A Personne

16. Car Je T'aime

17. J'aime T'embrasser

18. Mathilda

19. Le Musicien

20. Tournesol

21. Dans Les Plaines Du Far-West

22. Luna Park

23. Battling Joe

24. Sanguine

25. Le Chef D'orchestre Est Amoureux

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Track List: Les Feuilles Mortes (2006)

1. Le Gamin De Paris (1958)

2. C'est Si Bon (1958)

3. Sensationnel

4. Clopin Clopant

5. Quand Un Soldat

6. La Goulante Du Pauvre Jean

7. La Tete A L'Ombre

8. Grands Boulevards (1958)

9. Le Galerien

10. Les Feuilles Mortes

11. Clementine

12. Le Musicien

13. Actualities

14. Rue Lepic (1958)

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Track List: Rengaine Ta Rengaine

1. La Chansonnette

2. Mais Si Je N'Ai Rien

3. La Chanson De Bilbao

4. Il N'Y A Plus D'Après

5. Rengaine Ta Rengaine

6. Ma Péniche

7. De Shangai A Bangkok

8. Trois Petites Notes De Musique

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Track List: Unreleased, Rare & Essential

1. A Bicyclette

2. La Chansonnette

4. Les Grands Boulevards

5. La Marie-Vison

6. Planter Cafe

7. Barbara

8. En Sortant De L'ecole

9. Syracuse

10. Bella Ciao

11. Let's Make Love

12. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

13. Sanguine (Joli Fruit)

14. La Chanson De Bilbao

15. Est-Ce Ainsi Que Les Hommes Vivent?

16. Coucher Avec Elle

17. Mon Manege A Moi

21. Dans Les Plaines Du Far West

22. Amor Dammi Quel Fazzolettino

23. L'amoureuse

24. Les Tuileries

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Track List: The Early Hits Of Yves Montand

1. C'est Ci Bon

2. A Paris

3. Rue Lepic

4. Le Gamin De Paris

5. Amour Mon Cher Amour

6. Toi Tu Resemble A Personne

7. Clopin-Clopant

8. Luna Park

9. Elle A ...

10. Les Feuilles Mortes

11. Mais Qu'est-Ce Que J'ai?

12. La Légende Du Boogie-Woogie

13. Il Fait Des ...

14. Ce Monsier-Là

15. Il Chantait

16. Battling Joe

17. Ma Gosse, Ma P'tite Môme

18. Moi, J'm'en Fous

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Track List: Yves Montand Greatest Hits

1. Battling Joe

2. C'est Si Bon

3. Ce Monsieur

4. Champion Du Monde

5. Clementine

6. Cornet Des Frites

7. Et La Fete Continue

8. Il Fait Des…

9. La Grande Cite

10. La Legende Du Boogie

11. Ma Douce Vallee

12. Ma Gosse Ma P'tite Mome

13. Mais Qu'est-Ce Que J'ai

14. Maitre Pierre

15. Mathilda

16. Metro

17. Moi J'Men Fous

18. Rien Dans Les Mains, Rien Dans Les Poches

19. Un P'tit Bock

20. Vel' D'Hiv

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Track List: Yves Montand

Disc 1

3. Mon pot' le gitan

4. En sortant de l'ecole

6. Sanguine (Joli Fruit) (Récital au Théatre de L'etoile)

11. Premiers Pas

12. C'est si bon

13. Les enfants qui s'aiment

14. La Marie Vison

16. Planter café

18. Le temps des cerises

20. Une demoiselle sur une balançoire

21. Rendez-vous avec la liberté

22. Le Peintre, La Pomme & Picasso

23. Sous le ciel de Paris

Disc 2

1. Battling Joe

2. Toi tu n'ressembles a personne

3. Actualités

4. Mathilda

5. J'aime t'embrasser

8. Paris canaille

14. Ma gosse, ma petite môme

15. Elle a...

19. La vie en rose

20. Mon manège a moi

21. Le galérien

23. Le dormeur du val

24. Le chant de la libération (Le chant des partisans)

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Track List: A Paris

1. Mon Manege A Moi

2. L'assasin Du Dimanche

3. Rue Lepic

4. Planter Cafe

5. Le Galerien

6. Grands Boulevards

7. C'est Si Bon

8. Les Routiers

9. A Paris

10. Le Cocher De Fiacre

11. Les Feuilles Mortes

12. Le Gamin De Paris

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Track List: Les Feuilles Mortes (1995)

1. Les Feuilles Mortes

2. C'Est Si Bon

3. Ainsi Va La Vie

4. Le Legend Du Boogie-Woogie

5. Clopin Clopant

6. Moi, J'm' En Fous

7. Il Chantait

8. Ma Gosse, Ma P'tite Mome

9. A Paris

10. Jolie Comme Une Rose (Comme Un Rose De Mai)

11. Elle A…

12. Ma Douce Vallee

13. Il Fait Des…

14. Mais Qu'Est-Ce Que J'Ai?

15. Les Enfants Qui S'Aiment

16. La Grande Citè

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Track List: Yves Montand Best Of

1. Orchestre Etoile 1953 "After You've Gone"

2. Barbara (Récital Au Théâtre De L'Etoile)

3. Mon Pot' Le Gitan

4. En Sortant De L'ecole (Live À L'Olympia)

5. Du Soleil Plein La Tête (Récital Au Théâtre De L'Etoile)

6. Grands Boulevards (Live À L'Olympia)

7. Les Feuilles Mortes (Live À L'Olympia)

8. C'est Si Bon (1999)

9. Planter Café (Live À L'Olympia)

10. A Paris (Récital Au Théatre De L'Etoile)

11. Le Temps Des Cerises

12. Luna Park (Live A L'Olympia)

13. Une Demoiselle Sur Une Balançoire

14. Sous Le Ciel De Paris

15. Battling Joe

16. Dans Les Plaines Du Far-West

17. Le Télégramme (Live À L'Olympia)

18. La Bicyclette (Live À L'Olympia)

19. La Vie En Rose

20. Mon Manège A Moi

21. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway (Récital Au Théatre De L'etoile)

22. Le Chant De La Libération (Le Chant Des Partisans)

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Track List: Chanson Populaires De France: Yves Montand

1. Le Soldat Mécontent (The Dissatisfied Soldier)

2. Les Canuts (The Silkweavers)

3. Le Temps Des Cerises (Cherry Blossom Time)

4. La Butte Rouge (The Red Hill)

5. Giroflé, Girofla

6. Le Chant De La Libération (Le Chant Des Partisans) (Song Of Liberation)

7. La Roi Renaud De Guerre Revient (King Renaud Is Coming Back From The War)

8. Le Complainte De Mandrin (Mandrin's Plaint)

9. J'avions Reçu Commandement (I Had Received Orders)

10. Aux Marches Du Palais (At The Palace Steps)

11. La Roi A Fait Battre Tambour (The King Ordered The Drums To Be Played)

12. Chanson Du Capitaine (Je Me Suis L'engagé) (The Captain's Song) (If I Had Joined The Army)

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Track List: Chansons Populaires De France

1. Le Roi Renaud De Guerre Revient

2. La Complainte De Mandrin

3. J'avions Reçu Commandement

4. Aux Marches Du Palais

5. Le Roi A Fait Battre Tambour

6. Chanson Du Capitaine (Je Me Suis T'engagé)

7. Le Soldat Mécontent

8. Les Canuts

9. Le Temps Des Cerises

10. La Butte Rouge

11. Giroflé, Girofla

12. Le Chant De La Libération (Le Chant Des Partisans)

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Track List: Yves Montand Au Théâtre De L'Etoile

Disc 1

14. Sanguine (Joli Fruit) (Récital au Théatre de L'etoile)

Disc 2
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Track List: Montand De Mon Temps - Extraits Du Show Télévisé De Jean-Christophe Averty

1. L'etrangère (Show télévisé)

2. Mathilda (Show télévisé)

3. Dans les plaines du far-west (Show télévisé)

4. La complainte de mandrin (Show télévisé)

5. Grands boulevards (Show télévisé)

6. Le chant de la libération (Le chant des partisans)

7. Clémentine (Show télévisé)

8. Battling Joe (Show Télévisé)

9. Mon pot' le gitan (Show télévisé)

10. Luna Park (Show télévisé)

11. Giroflé, girofla (Show télévisé)

12. Coucher avec elle (Show télévisé)

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Track List: La Bicyclette

1. A Bicyclette

2. Le Jazz Et La Java

3. La Musique

4. Barcarolette

5. Mes Jolies Vacances

6. Les Berceaux

7. Madrid

8. Napoli Jolie

9. C'Est De La Faute A L'Accordéon

10. Nuit De Camargue

11. Pluie

12. Le Télégramme

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Track List: En Balade

1. Quand On S'balade

2. Grands Boulevards

3. La Marie Vison

4. Le Gamin De Paris

5. Faubourg Saint-Martin

6. Métro

7. Ma Môme, Ma Petite Môme

8. Rue Lepic

9. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean

10. Luna Park

11. La Grande Cité

12. Battling Joe

13. Le Musicien

14. Coeur De Mon Coeur

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Track List: Le Paris De Montand

1. Paris Canaille

2. La Vie En Rose

3. Le Chevalier De Paris

4. L'ame Des Poetes

5. Sous Le Ciel De Paris

6. Les Feuilles Mortes

7. C'est Si Bon

8. Sa Jeunesse

9. Mon Manage A Moi

10. A Paris Dans Chaque Faubourg

11. Marie Marie

12. A Paris

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Track List: Montand Chante Prévert

1. Les Feuilles Mortes (Récital Au Théâtre De L'etoile)

2. Sanguine (Joli Fruit) (1962 Version)

3. Quelqu'un (Live À L'Olympia)

4. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway (Récital Au Théatre De L'etoile)

5. Barbara

6. Le Peintre, La Pomme & Picasso

7. Tournesol (Extrait Du Film "Souvenirs Perdus")

8. Compagnons Des Mauvais Jours Ou Le Concert N'a Pas Eté Réussi (Extrait Du Film "Souvenirs Perdus")

9. Les Enfants Qui S'aiment

10. Et La Fête Continue (Le Plombier Zingueur)

11. Les Feuilles Mortes (Live À L'Olympia)

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Track List: Chante Prevert

1. Les Cireurs De Souliers De Broadway

2. Chanson

3. Dans Ma Maison

4. En Sortant De L'école

5. On Frappe

6. Paris At Night

7. Les Feuilles Mortes

8. Sanguine

9. Le Miroir Brisé

10. Le Jardin

11. Quelqu'un

12. Page D'Ecriture

13. Barbara

14. Fable

15. Les Enfants Qui S'aiment

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Great souvenirs
Les beaux moments
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Parce-que.
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vladix6
why there are no lyrics?
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vladix6
where are the lyrics?
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c21tomich
ONE OF THE GREATEST TALENT EVER!!! ROMANTIC ARTIST!!
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great talent
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great tal
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f**k ggabrown. You don't underdand anything. Yves montand is fantastic as men, actor and singer. Allez Yves !
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