Claude Nougaro (9 September 1929 – 4 March 2004) was a French songwriter and singer. Claude Nougaro was born in Toulouse to a respected French opera singer, Pierre Nougaro, and a piano teacher, Liette Tellini. His maternal grandparents were Italian; his grandfather was born in Livorno, Tuscany and his grandmother in San Damiano d'Asti, Piedmont. He was raised by his grandparents in Toulouse where he heard Glenn Miller, Édith Piaf and Louis Armstrong (among others) on the radio
Claude Nougaro (born September 9, 1929, Toulouse, Occitanie, France – died March 4, 2004, Paris, France) was a French songwriter and singer. His father was an opera singer and his mother a piano teacher. He began his career as a songwriter in the early 1950's. His debut recording was released in 1959, with very minor success, despite a tour with Dalida. In 1962, a jazz influenced collaboration with Michel Legrand becomes his breakthrough success, both commercial and critical
Altri album di Claude Nougaro. Les années 60: Claude Nougaro. Quand le jazz est là. Nougaro 79 (Olympia 1979).
BPM Profile Claude Nougaro. Album starts at 122BPM, ends at 94BPM (-28), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Claude Nougaro.
Claude Nougaro (September 9, 1929 Toulouse – March 4, 2004 Paris) was a French songwriter and singer. Son of an opera singer and an Italian piano teacher (Liette), he was raised by his grandparents in Toulouse, where he heard Glenn Miller, Édith Piaf and Louis Armstrong (among others) on the radio. In 1947 he failed his baccalaureat and commenced a career in journalism, writing for various journals including Le Journal des Curistes at Vichy and L'Echo d'Alger.
Template:Refimprove Template:Use dmy dates. Template:Infobox musical artist. Claude Nougaro (9 September 1929 – 4 March 2004) was a French songwriter and singer.
|Femmes Et Famines|
|A1||Ile De Re||4:50|
|A5||Lettre Ouverte De Julos Beaucarne||2:08|
|B1||Le Chant Du Desert||3:55|
|D1||Le K Du Q||4:02|
|D5||Comme Une Piaf||3:50|
|E3||Autour De Minuit||3:22|
|E4||Quand Freddy Est Parti||4:28|
|E5||E Pericoloso Sporgersi||3:34|
|F4||Mon Disque D'Ete||4:21|
- Accordion – Jo Rossi* (tracks: A1)
- Alto Saxophone – Ornette Coleman (tracks: B3)
- Backing Band – Le Trio De Tania Maria (tracks: A3)
- Bass – Guy Pedersen (tracks: B2)
- Contrabass – Luigi Trussardi (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B3 to B5)
- Drums – Charles Bellonzi (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3 to B5), Coaty De Oliveira (tracks: B2)
- Guitar – Baden Powell (tracks: B2), Palhinha (tracks: A3)
- Music Director – Jean-Claude Vannier (tracks: C, D3), Maurice Vander (tracks: D1, D2, D4 to F4)
- Organ – Eddy Louiss (tracks: B1), Maurice Vander (tracks: B4)
- Percussion – Gorge Arena (tracks: B2)
- Photography By – Bruno de Monès*
- Piano – Marc Hemmeler (tracks: B5), Maurice Vander (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B3, B4)
NotesReissue of Femmes Et Famines, Plume D'Ange and Tu Verras
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Distribution Code: BA-619