Charles Aznavour, released in December 1961, is the eighth French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour. This album is also known under the title "Il faut savoir" (You've got to learn). It was in TOP 10 charts in France, Italy, Belgium, Israel and other countries. The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Georges Garvarentz, Michel Legrand, Eddie Barclay and others. It was reissued in 1995 by EMI. Il Faut Savoir (Charles Aznavour). Ne Crois Surtout Pas (Charles Aznavour).
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Album: Il Faut Savoir. Charles Aznavour, Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra - Love Story Love Is Blue, 1987 03:01. Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra, Vernon Duke - April In Paris (From 'Walk A Little Faster') The Golden Age of Light Music: A Glorious Century of Light Music, 2012 02:13. Artist: Charles Aznavour Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra.
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Recorded in the mid-'60s and reissued in 1996 as part of EMI/Angel's series of Aznavour classics, IL FAUT SAVOIR captures arguably the finest male singer in French pop history at the peak of his immense abilities. Coming both stylistically and chronologically between older pop crooners like Maurice Chevalier and younger, rock and roll-influenced artists like Serge Gainsbourg and Jacques Dutronc, Charles Aznavour is possibly easiest described as the Frank Sinatra of France