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Track Listing
CD 1
01. La Quête
02. La Cathédrale
03. L'Amour est Mort
04. Mai 40
05. Avec Élégance
06. Sans Exigences
07. Les Marquises
08. Orly
09. La Vill S'endormait
10. Jojo
11. J'arrive
12. Quand on n'a que l'amour
13. Le plat pays
14. Mon enfance
15. Les Vieux
16. La Chanson de Jacky
17. La Valse à mille temps
18. Le prochain amour
19. La chanson des vieux amants
20. Ne me quitte pas

CD 2
01. Amsterdam
02. La bière
03. Bruxelles
04. Le diable "ça va"
05. Il nous faut regarder
06. L'enfance
07. Ces gens-la
08. Les bonbons
09. Les flamandes
10. Les bourgeois
11. Jef
12. Mathilde
13. Marieke
14. Madeleine
15. Les bigotes
16. Vesoul
17. Le moribund
18. Au suivant
19. Le dernier repas
20. Je suis un soir d'été
Artist:
Jacques Brel
Title:
Infiniment (2CD)
Label:
Barclay France
Cat No:
9808396
Format:
CD
Price £12.99
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Brel is an enormously iconic figure in France and Belgium.  His career took the slow route to deserved recognition, but his popularity was assured by the time of his early death in 1978.

This collection, released by Barclay, contains 40 songs, of which 5 are (controversially of course) previously unreleased.

Admirers of Brel's music and lyrics include David Bowie (Amsterdam, My death) Terry Jacks and Westlife (Seasons in the sun), Dusty Springfield and Nina Simone (If you go away), Scott Walker with his 'Sings Brel' album, Marc Almond and his tribute album to Brel and 70's bad boy Alex Harvey (Next).
Reviews For Infiniment (2CD)
OMM - Molloy Woodcraft
Brilliantly passionate and incisive vocals over stunning arrangements on the borderline between jazz, classical and flamenco.
Mojo - David Hutcheon
Jacques Brel has arguably the greatest rep of any singer Mojo is likely to feature. Such is his cool factor, his sattelites - Scott Walker, Marc Almond, Jarvis Cocker, Nick Cave - are adored in his absence.
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