Tracklist: 1. La Mamma, 2. Si Tu M’emportes, 3. Je T’attends, 4. Sylvie, 5. Et Pourtant, 6. Les Aventuriers, 7. Tu Veux, 8. Le Temps Des Caresses. More albums from Charles Aznavour: Marco The Magnificent! by Charles Aznavour. Chante Charles Aznavour, Vol. 3 by Charles Aznavour. Volume 1 by Charles Aznavour. 2 by Charles Aznavour. Charles Aznavour Accompagné Par Paul Mauriat Et Son Orchestre by Charles Aznavour. The Time Is Now by Charles Aznavour. Charles Aznavour by Charles Aznavour. Accompagné Par Burt Random Et Paul Mauriat by Charles Aznavour. View all albums . La Mamma.
La Mamma (LP, Album, Mono). La Mamma (10", Album). 80 211. Charles Aznavour. La Mamma (10", Album, Mono).
Charles Aznavour's La Mamma appeared in 1963, ten years after his first real chart hit, "Jezebel. Gone are the Maurice Chevalier cribs and the Louis Prima stylistics. In their place is a sense of poetic French drama; a command of his own gravelly voice even Aznavour thought impossible, and a pop singer so theatrical in his delivery he has been caricatured more than any other French vocalist. In addition, one of Aznavour's classics is redone: "Poker" from Jezebel. Of the 18 tracks collected here - the original album and singles and B-sides; and aside from the title track and "Sylvie" - the most poignant track has to be the ballad that erupts into a fit of unrequited passion: "Si Je N'Avais Plus. With the horns and strings framing Aznavour's plea, only the skittering drums and near-feedbacked electric guitar give away the desperation in his voice.
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La mamma is a song written in 1962 by French lyricist Robert Gall and Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour. Charles Aznavour first recorded "La mamma" for a 1962 EP with his version serving as title cut for his 1963 album release. The first single release was by Les Compagnons de la chanson which reached on the French charts in late 1963: the Aznavour version was then issued as a single to reach in France in February 1964
2. Si tu m'emportes Lyrics. Primary Artists Charles Aznavour & Édith Piaf & Charles Aznavour. Producers Charles Aznavour. Writers Charles Aznavour, Gaby Wagenheim, Georges Garvarentz & 6 more. Arranged By Paul Mauriat. Arrangé par Pierre Drevet. More Charles Aznavour albums.