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Jean Ferrat - Les Guerilleros mp3 track

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Performer: Jean Ferrat
Title: Les Guerilleros
Style: Chanson
Category: Pop
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: WMA MPC RA DMF VOC DXD AC3

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This song is by Jean Ferrat and appears on the album À Santiago (1967). Avec leurs barbes noiresLeurs fusils démodésLeurs fusils démodésLeurs treillis délavésComme drapeau l'espoirComme drapeau l'espoirIls ont pris le partiDe vivre pour demainIls ont pris le partiDes armes à la mainLes guérillerosLes guérilleros

Video: Jean Ferrat sings Les Guerilleros. Les Guerilleros Lyrics.

Les Guérilleros, 03:03. Au Point Du Jour, 02:42. Au Printemps de Quoi Rêvais-tu, 03:16. L'idole À Papa, 03:02. Les Filles Longues, 04:31. Un Jour Futur, 02:05.

Release group by Jean Ferrat. Les Guerilleros has no aliases. Release group information.

Jean Ferrat (born Jean Tenenbaum, 26 December 1930 – 13 March 2010) was a French singer-songwriter and poet. He specialized in singing poetry, particularly that of Louis Aragon. He had a left-wing sympathy that found its way into a few songs. Ferrat was born in Vaucresson, Hauts-de-Seine, the youngest of four children from a modest family which moved to Versailles in 1935, where Ferrat studied at the Jules Ferry College.

In 2015, a tribute album was released by Columbia Records where various artists interpreted songs by Jean Ferrat. The 15-track album titled Hommage à Jean Ferrat: Des airs de liberté contained performances by artists Marc Lavoine, Cali, Dionysos, Julien Doré, Patrick Bruel, Catherine Deneuve, Benjamin Biolay, Raphaël, Patrick Fiori, Grégoire, Sanseverino, Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine, Zebda, Natasha St Pier, Patricia Petibon & Marc Lavoine and "Ma France" sung by Jean Ferrat  . 1967 : À Santiago ("Cuba si", "Les Guérilleros", et. 1969 : Ma France ("Au printemps de quoi rêvais-tu ?", "L'Idole à papa", et. 1970 : Camarade ("Sacré Félicien", "Les Lilas", et. 1971 : La Commune ("Les touristes partis", "Aimer à perdre la raison", et.

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