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From 1962 to 1966, Hugues Aufray did play with "his skiffle group" and the Barclay record company have issued plenty of records under the name "Hugues Aufray Et Son Skiffle Group".
Album · 2002 · 12 Songs. 2002 Mercury Music Group. More By Hugues Aufray. See All. CD story : Hugues Aufray. Hugues Aufray chante Dylan. Le meilleur de Hugues Aufray (Double album).
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Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Et Son Skiffle Group (1963). Album by Hugues Aufray. is a cover of. La Boliviana by Traditional Folk (0000).
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Hugues Aufray - L’enfant Do. L’enfant Do. Hugues Aufray. Download MP3.
Released in 2006, Best of Hugues Aufray sees the French singer/songwriter perform new arrangements of his most popular hits. Focusing on his '60s and '70s heyday, it includes reworkings of his skiffle/folk singles "Celine," "Santiano," and "Stewball," his 1964 Luxembourg Eurovision Song Contest entry "Des Que le Printemps Revient," and seven of the Bob Dylan covers he became famous for (including "Le Jour Ou le Bateau Viendra" and "Les Temps Changent").
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.