Les Fleurs du mal (English: "The Flowers of Evil") is an album by Léo Ferré, released in 1957 by Odeon Records. It is his first LP dedicated to a poet and this is the first time in popular music history a whole album is dedicated to a dead poet. Léo Ferré has set Baudelaire into music two more times : in 1967 with double album Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire, and with unfinished project Les Fleurs du mal (suite et fin), recorded in 1977 but posthumously released in 2008.
La Chanson du Mal-Aimé. La Chanson Du Mal Aimé (LP, Album, Gat).
Bitrate (quality): 128. mp3. 1. Apolinaire la chanson du mal AIM version. Discography: Léo Ferré. Les Fleurs Du Mal Chantées Par Léo Ferré (Remastered 2018) (2018). Paris Canaille (2018).
La Chanson du mal-aimé (1957). Léo Ferré begins to set Louis Aragons poems into music in the fall of 1958, a twelve songs album is completed in march of 1959. At that time, Ferré isnt under contract anymore, after a few refusals, Ferré ends up to sign with Eddie Barclay in 1960.
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Les Fleurs du mal (English: "The Flowers of Evil") is an album by Léo Ferré, released in 1957 by Odeon Records. It is his first LP dedicated to a poet and this is the first time in popular music history a whole album is decicated to a dead poet. Les Fleurs du mal. Studio album by. Léo Ferré.
In 1957, Léo Ferré was the first singer to devote an entire LP to a poet, using Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal first publication century celebration as a starting point for what he called his "poetic crusade", a will to shatter distinctions between poetry and song and to counteract the poor lyricists of his time. La Chanson du mal-aimé. La Solitudine/Léo Ferré in italiano.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for La mort des amants (Charles Baudelaire, in Les Fleurs du mal) - Léo Ferré. Léo Ferré : La Mort des amants (Baudelaire) + T'en as. Extract Chords. Léo Ferré - La vie antérieure (Baudelaire).