Serge Reggiani – 12 original hits (CD)


In 1967, Serge Reggiani recorded, with Jacques Canetti, his second album composed of 12 unpublished songs by artists such as Georges Moustaki, Serge Gainsbourg and even Jean-Loup Dabadie…

This album launched Reggiani and placed him alongside the best.

It was original with texts read by Serge and excerpts from poems by Baudelaire, Apollinaire, Rimbaud and Prévert used as preludes to 4 of his songs.

All the songs on this album are hits: that is why this album remains THE reference for the great Serge’s career.

Le petit garçon was number 1 for months on all the radio stations.

Right up until the end of his life, Serge Reggiani began his performances with Ma Liberté and ended them with Le petit garçon and Les loups sont entrés dans Paris.

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Bio de l’artiste

Born May 2, 1922, Serge Reggiani is a multifaceted French artist of Italian origin. Actor in the first part of his career (Casque d’or, L’enfer, Le doulos…), he turns to a singing career in 1963 by Jacques Canetti. Accompanied by famous lyricists : Boris Vian, Georges Moustaki, Jean-Loup Dabadi  and Claude Lemesle among others. He leads an exceptional interpreter career and actor in parallel until his death in 2004.

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Weight 0.140 kg

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