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Top Gilbert Becaud Albums
click on the album covers to see the lyrics inside the album
Voyage sur mon étoile
Voyage sur mon étoile
[2015]
What Now My Love
What Now My Love
[2013]
Edition 60e anniversaire
Edition 60e anniversaire
[2013]
Le rideau rouge
Le rideau rouge
[2011]
Éternel
Éternel
[2011]
La Legénde, Vol. 1
La Legénde, Vol. 1
[2011]
Gilbert Becaud
Gilbert Becaud
[2011]
Le Pianiste de Varsovie
Le Pianiste de Varsovie
[2011]
Adieu Bonjour
Adieu Bonjour
[2010]
Gilbert Bécaud
Gilbert Bécaud
[2010]
Monsieur 100 000 volts : Les débuts (1952-1953)
Monsieur 100 000 volts : Les débuts (1952-1953)
[2010]
Vintage Music No. 96 - LP: Gilbert Becaud
Vintage Music No. 96 - LP: Gilbert Becaud
[2010]
Gilbert Bécaud Volume 1
Gilbert Bécaud Volume 1
[2010]
Vintage French Song Nº 36 - EPs Collectors
Vintage French Song Nº 36 - EPs Collectors "Je Veux Te Dire Adieu"
[2009]
Les chansons en or
Les chansons en or
[2009]
Viens
Viens
[2009]
Douce France : Gilbert Bécaud
Douce France : Gilbert Bécaud
[2009]
Salut les copains
Salut les copains
[2008]
Les plus belles chansons de Gilbert Bécaud
Les plus belles chansons de Gilbert Bécaud
[2008]
20 chansons d'or
20 chansons d'or
[2006]
Becolympia
Becolympia
[1997]
Bécaud : Spectacle de l'Olympia 97 (Live)
Bécaud : Spectacle de l'Olympia 97 (Live)
[1997]
Ensemble
Ensemble
[1996]
Une vie comme un Roman
Une vie comme un Roman
[1993]
Bonjour la vie
Bonjour la vie
[1981]
Monsieur Gilbert Bécaud
Monsieur Gilbert Bécaud
[1964]
Je t'appartiens + 39 succès de Gilbert Bécaud (Chanson française)
Je t'appartiens + 39 succès de Gilbert Bécaud (Chanson française)
[1959]
Related Information for Gilbert Becaud Gilbert Bécaud (born François Gilbert Léopold Silly in Toulon, France on 24 October 1927 – died on 18 December 2001) was a French singer, composer and actor, known as Monsieur 100,000 Volts for his energetic performances. His best-known hits are probably Nathalie and Et Maintenant, a 1961 release that became an English language hit after being translated into "What Now My Love?".He began songwriting in 1948, after meeting Maurice Vidalin, who inspired him to write his early compos.. read more