Hugues Jean Marie Auffray (French pronunciation: ; born on 18 August 1929 in Neuilly-sur-Seine), better known as Hugues Aufray, is a French singer-songwriter and guitarist. Aufray knew Dylan and his work from his time in New York, as well as from record shops, and his translations capture the rawness of the original songs.
Album · 1990 · 36 Songs. Hugues Aufray : Les plus belles chansons. Récital Musicorama à l'Olympia (Versions originales, live 1969).
Hugues Aufray - Hugues Aufray. Bitrate (quality): 128. mp3.
Artists Hugues Aufray Hugues Aufray. Hugues Aufray Hugues Aufray. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/120 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Hugues Aufray.
Hugues Jean Marie Auffray (born on 18 August 1929 in Neuilly-sur-Seine), better known as Hugues Aufray, is a French singer-songwriter and guitarist. His songs are often poetic, evocative of travel, friendship, brotherhood, respect. Aufray is well known for his French covers of Bob Dylan's songs. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Hugues Aufray Album.
Hugues Aufray is a French singer, born on August 18, 1929 in Neuilly-sur-Seine. His real name is Jean Auffray. He has Spanish ancestry and he began his career singing in Spanish. Aufray represented Luxembourg in the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, performing the song "Dès que le printemps revient" and finishing fourth. His most famous songs are "Santiano," "Céline," "Stewball" and in Spanish, "Barco de Papel.
More albums from Hugues Aufray: Nicole by Hugues Aufray. L’enfant Sauvage by Hugues Aufray. Aquarium by Hugues Aufray. Avec Amour by Hugues Aufray. Garlick by Hugues Aufray. View all albums . Hugues Aufray & His Folks. By: Hugues Aufray (, Rock). 1. Moi Et Mon Camion.
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- Licensed From – Barclay
- Cover – František Nový
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): C 2987/B C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): C 2988/A A
- Other (Manufacturing date code): 69/2
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