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GILBERT BECAUD - LIVE IN PARIS 1956-1962

GILBERT BECAUD
Direction artistique : GILLES PÉTARD ET MICHEL BRILLIÉ
Nombre de CD : 1

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air. To inaugurate their planned concert-series (it would last until 1974), who would be more legitimate than Gilbert Bécaud? The first sixteen titles of this CD were duly recorded in December 1956, and in them we can hear the faithful Bécaud of his debuts, rattling off songs like a machine-gun, with lyrics by his three favourite writers: Charles Aznavour (Ça, Viens), Louis Amade (Le marchand de ballons) and Pierre Delanoë (Salut les copains, Quand tu danses). You can also hear him exchanging with the audience — using the friendly, popular “tu” form of speech as if he knew everyone personally — and laughing out loud as if to prove the immense joy he felt when he came alive on a stage. The stage, by the way, was in a theatre he would fill no fewer than 33 times in the course of his career — for periods of up to several weeks at a time —, which remains a record to this day. While the delirious enthusiasm of his audiences was clearly tangible, Gilbert Bécaud succeeded in establishing genuine quality for the listening public, with demanding pieces like Le pianiste de Varsovie, the extremely rare song La ville, or else the tune in Marcel Carné’s film Le pays d’où je viens, which had been released to cinemas only a few weeks earlier, with the singer playing both the lead roles. It was as if the entertainment industry had already reached the point where nothing was conceivable without Gilbert Bécaud. What was already noticeable was the artist’s tendency to favour his new songs in preference to “old” hits: Les Croix, Mes mains or C’était mon copain gave way to titles that wouldn’t appear on record until 1957, like Le jour où la pluie viendra, Alléluia or Pierre Delanoë’s famous neologism, the sensual Croquemitoufle, supposedly composed for Brigitte Bardot, the other nefarious personality catapulted to stardom by Vadim’s And God Created Woman. In France the original title was Et Dieu créa la Femme, and it was still showing in cinemas when Bécaud’s Musicorama took place. At the time, the two stars, Bardot & Bécaud, were preparing a television show for New Year’s Day; over the next few months they would also have an affair, as intense as it was secret due to the fact that Bécaud was married and a father of two boys…Indirectly, Bécaud would make two gifts to those same young people he was helping to mature as adults. Two of his songs would become emblems for those “Yéyé” years that were just around the corner: in 1959, a radio show went out from Europe N°1 under a name borrowed from Bécaud — his song Salut les copains — and then the same title was given to a new young people’s magazine; this review quickly found a competitor in the shape of another journal with a name borrowed from yet another of Bécaud’s songs, Age tendre et têtes de bois (co-written with Pierre Delanoë), and this magazine in turn was quickly adapted into… a television show.The final seven titles in this set are Bécaud recordings dating from April 1962. Far from being swept away by the new wave of singers in vogue — Johnny, Sheila, Sylvie, Cloclo — Bécaud was continuing at his peak, with several songs that turned into international standards: Le jour où la pluie viendra went to the top of the charts in both the USA and in Britain thanks to its English adaptation as The day the rains came (made popular by Jane Morgan) while a German-language adaptation, Am Tag als der Regen kam, was a triumph for the singer Dalida. In 1961 The Everly Brothers duo took the song Je t’appartiens which, as Let it be me, went on to enjoy a career that made it one of the most reprised French songs in the world. And then there was Bécaud’s latest hit, Et maintenant, which also crossed the Atlantic: under the title What now, my love, it has been sung by the greatest artists from Presley to Shirley Bassey, and from Frank Sinatra to Nana Mouskouri. Even today, not a month goes by without a new version appearing somewhere around the globe. Finally, Gilbert Bécaud went back to his first love, classical music, when he composed L’Opéra d’Aran, with a libretto by Jacques-Emmanuel (he was the screenwriter of the film Le pays d’où je viens) and words by Pierre Delanoë and Louis Amade. The work was premiered at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in October 1962 in front of an audience of personalities whose names appeared in the Who’s Who: among those present were Marlene Dietrich, Jean Cocteau, the spouse of the Aga Khan (known as La Begum), Catherine Deneuve and Romy Schneider.In April, when these final songs were recorded, Bécaud was swinging more than ever, and he was giving more room to his new songs, which were magnified at the session by an orchestra with a brass section to feature Bécaud as a crooner in Dans ces moments-là, with lyrics by Maurice Vidalin (he’d found his old accomplice again), or the very jazzy Contre vous, a real gem in rhythm, although little-known to many despite Pierre Delanoë’s inventive lyrics. Even L’absent, a heartbreaker written by Louis Amade in tribute to publisher Raoul Breton, one of their earliest partners in the business, takes on Latin accents in this surprising version. The German inspiration of La grosse noce is a reminder of Bécaud’s attachment to that country’s music scene, while Le Bateau Blanc would quickly see an Italian adaptation (La vela blanca) for Bécaud, whose visits to Italy confirmed the latter as another major interest in his career: in fact, Bécaud sang everywhere, and often he sang in the local language; he made enormous efforts to learn the language of any country where he appeared. It lends particular meaning to his closing song, Si je m’en reviens au pays.Fifteen years after his unexpected death in December 2001, Gilbert Bécaud seems to have regained the status he abandoned: that of a major artist and composer, whose melodies are as many ambassadors for France the world over, and that of a singer who showed himself capable of seducing several generations over an awe-inspiring career spread over five decades. The release of these previously unheard documents throws light on a superb stage performer who could cause a riot, while a list of his hits on record simply makes your head spin. A whole hour in concert with Gilbert Bécaud! What an amazing journey this is!Laurent BALANDRASAdapted into English by Martin DAVIES© FRÉMEAUX & ASSOCIÉS 2017The songs of French singer-songwriter Gilbert Bécaud are the most often-performed pieces in the world. He was also a fantastic performer himself – he was called “Monsieur 100,000 volts” – and he had an extraordinary “feel” for lyrics and melody. This CD brings together rare, previously-unreleased titles that he sang at two of his Parisian concerts, the first dating from 1956 – he was still a newcomer as an artist – and the second from 1962, only six years later, but by then he was internationally famous due to a series of his hits that had been adapted and picked up by other (major) artists worldwide. With an accompanying booklet by writer Laurent Balandras (managing editor of Gilbert Bécaud’s publishing company Les Nouvelles Editions Rideau Rouge, and a fine French Chanson specialist), these live recordings wonderfully capture the fiery spirit and panache of a singer who always enjoyed a tremendous relationship with his audience.     Patrick FRÉMEAUXThe Live in Paris collection by Michel Brillié allows listeners to hear previously-unreleased recordings (made at concerts and private- or radio-sessions) by the great 20th stars in jazz, rock & roll and song. These “live” takes, and the artists’ rapport with their audiences, gives these performances an additional soul and sensibility in counterpoint to the rigorous demands of studio recordings. Particular care was taken when restoring the sound of these tapes in order to meet CD standards while preserving the original colours of the period.     Patrick FRÉMEAUX & Gilles PÉTARDGilbert Bécaud, est l’auteur-compositeur français le plus repris dans le monde. Monsieur 100 000 volts, comme on le surnomme est une bête de scène qui possède un sens du mot et de la mélodie extraordinaire. Ce CD regroupe des titres rares inédits issus de deux concerts parisiens, la première session de 1956, où l’on peut encore le qualifier de jeune artiste, l’autre de 1962, seulement 6 ans après, mais où il est passé au rang d’artiste à renommée internationale, ayant déjà offert des tubes repris dans le monde entier. Le livret est rédigé par Laurent Balandras, auteur-éditeur, gérant des éditions de Gilbert Bécaud (Les nouvelles éditions Rideau Rouge) et grand spécialiste de la chanson française. Ce document live retransmet à merveille toute la fougue de l’artiste, comme sa relation généreuse et débordante avec le public.Patrick FRÉMEAUXLa collection Live in Paris, dirigée par Michel Brillié, permet de retrouver des enregistrements inédits (concerts, sessions privées ou radiophoniques), des grandes vedettes du jazz, du rock & roll et de la chanson du XXe siècle. Ces prises de son live, et la relation avec le public, apportent un supplément d’âme et une sensibilité en contrepoint de la rigueur appliquée lors des enregistrements studios. Une importance singulière a été apportée à la restauration sonore des bandes, pour convenir aux standards CD tout en conservant la couleur d’époque.     Patrick FRÉMEAUX & Gilles PÉTARD GILBERT BECAUD 1. Ça    1’542. Salut les copains    3’063. Viens    1’444. Alors raconte    4’005. Le pianiste de Varsovie     5’356. Ça claque    2’377. Le jour où la pluie viendra    3’308. Quand tu danses    2’299. Présentation musiciens & Bruno Coquatrix    1’48 10. Le pays d’où je viens     2’4911. La ville    5’3412. Le marchand de ballons     2’3713. Croquemitoufle    3’5214. Les marchés de Provence    3’5815. Alleluia    3’3316. La ballade des baladins     3’0417. Dans ces moments-là     1’3818. Contre vous    3’2019. L’absent    2’5720. La grosse noce    4’4921. Le bateau blanc    1’0522. Nous les copains    1’3823. Si je m’en reviens au pays    2’05
Gilbert Bécaud, est l’auteur-compositeur français le plus repris dans le monde. Monsieur 100 000 volts, comme on le surnomme est une bête de scène qui possède un sens du mot et de la mélodie extraordinaire. Ce CD regroupe des titres rares inédits issus de deux concerts parisiens, la première session de 1956, où l’on peut encore le qualifier de jeune artiste, l’autre de 1962, seulement 6 ans après, mais où il est passé au rang d’artiste à renommée internationale, ayant déjà offert des tubes repris dans le monde entier. Le livret est rédigé par Laurent Balandras, auteur-éditeur, gérant des éditions de Gilbert Bécaud (Les nouvelles éditions Rideau Rouge) et grand spécialiste de la chanson française. Ce document live retransmet à merveille toute la fougue de l’artiste, comme sa relation généreuse et débordante avec le public. 
Patrick FRÉMEAUX 

La collection Live in Paris, dirigée par Michel Brillié, permet de retrouver des enregistrements inédits (concerts, sessions privées ou radiophoniques), des grandes vedettes du jazz, du rock & roll et de la chanson du XXe siècle. Ces prises de son live, et la relation avec le public, apportent un supplément d’âme et une sensibilité en contrepoint de la rigueur appliquée lors des enregistrements studios. Une importance singulière a été apportée à la restauration sonore des bandes, pour convenir aux standards CD tout en conservant la couleur d’époque. 
Patrick FRÉMEAUX & Gilles PÉTARD

DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE : GILLES PÉTARD ET MICHEL BRILLIÉ
TEXTE LIVRET : LAURENT BALANDRAS
PARTENARIAT : NOUVELLES EDITION DU RIDEAU ROUGE / SUCCESSION GILBERT BECAUD
DROITS : FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES - BODY & SOUL

The songs of French singer-songwriter Gilbert Bécaud are the most often-performed pieces in the world. He was also a fantastic performer himself – he was called “Monsieur 100,000 volts” – and he had an extraordinary “feel” for lyrics and melody. This CD brings together rare, previously-unreleased titles that he sang at two of his Parisian concerts, the fi rst dating from 1956 – he was still a newcomer as an artist – and the second from 1962, only six years later, but by then he was internationally famous due to a series of his hits that had been adapted and picked up by other (major) artists worldwide. With an accompanying booklet by writer Laurent Balandras (managing editor of Gilbert Bécaud’s publishing company Les Nouvelles Editions Rideau Rouge, and a fi ne French Chanson specialist), these live recordings wonderfully capture the fi ery spirit and panache of a singer who always enjoyed a tremendous relationship with his audience. 
Patrick FRÉMEAUX 

The Live in Paris collection by Michel Brillié allows listeners to hear previously-unreleased recordings (made at concerts and private- or radio-sessions) by the great 20th stars in jazz, rock & roll and song. These “live” takes, and the artists’ rapport with their audiences, gives these performances an additional soul and sensibility in counterpoint to the rigorous demands of studio recordings. Particular care was taken when restoring the sound of these tapes in  order to meet CD standards while preserving the original colours of the period. 
Patrick FRÉMEAUX & Gilles PÉTARD

ÇA • SALUT LES COPAINS • VIENS • ALORS RACONTE • LE PIANISTE DE VARSOVIE • ÇA CLAQUE • LE JOUR OÙ LA PLUIE VIENDRA • QUAND TU DANSES • PRÉSENTATION MUSICIENS & BRUNO COQUATRIX • LE PAYS D’OÙ JE VIENS • LA VILLE • LE MARCHAND DE BALLONS • CROQUEMITOUFLE • LES MARCHÉS DE PROVENCE • ALLELUIA • LA BALLADE DES BALADINS • DANS CES MOMENTS-LÀ • CONTRE VOUS • L’ABSENT • LA GROSSE NOCE • LE BATEAU BLANC • NOUS LES COPAINS • SI JE M’EN REVIENS AU PAYS.
Liste des crédits sur ce CD :
Gilbert Bécaud , Charles Aznavour , Pierre Delanoë , Jean Broussolle , Louis Amade , Maurice Vidalin
CDPisteTitreArtiste principalDuréeEnregistré en
11CaGilbert Bécaud 00:01:541956
12Salut les copainsGilbert Bécaud 00:03:061956
13ViensGilbert Bécaud 00:01:441956
14Alors raconteGilbert Bécaud 00:04:001956
15Le pianiste de varsovieGilbert Bécaud 00:05:351956
16Ca claqueGilbert Bécaud 00:02:371956
17Le jour où la pluie viendraGilbert Bécaud 00:03:301956
18Quand tu dansesGilbert Bécaud 00:02:291956
19Présentation musiciens et bruno coquatrixGilbert Bécaud 00:01:481956
110Le pays d'où je viensGilbert Bécaud 00:02:491956
111La villeGilbert Bécaud 00:05:341956
112Le marchand de ballonsGilbert Bécaud 00:02:371956
113CroquemitoufleGilbert Bécaud 00:03:521956
114Les marches de provenceGilbert Bécaud 00:03:581956
115Alleluia !Gilbert Bécaud 00:03:331956
116La ballade des baladinsGilbert Bécaud 00:03:041956
117Dans ces moments-làGilbert Bécaud 00:01:381962
118Contre vousGilbert Bécaud 00:03:201962
119L'absentGilbert Bécaud 00:02:571962
120La grosse noceGilbert Bécaud 00:04:491962
121Le bateau blancGilbert Bécaud 00:01:051962
122Nous les copainsGilbert Bécaud 00:01:381962
123Si je m'en reviens au paysGilbert Bécaud 00:02:051962
Label : FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES

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