Claude Nougaro | Concert Embarquement Immédiat Tour: Live at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées ’01

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01 – Claude Nougaro – Mademoiselle Maman [Live] – 2001
02 – Claude Nougaro – Anna [Live] – 2001
03 – Claude Nougaro – La Chienne [Live] – 2001
04 – Claude Nougaro – Le Coq et la Pendule [Live] – 2001
05 – Claude Nougaro – Bidonville [Live] – 2001
06 – Claude Nougaro – Une Petite Fille [Live] – 2001
07 – Claude Nougaro – Un Été [Live] – 2001
08 – Claude Nougaro – Ma Cheminée Est un Théâtre [Live] – 2001
09 – Claude Nougaro – Le Cinéma [Live] – 2001
10 – Claude Nougaro – À Bout de Souffle [Live] – 2001
11 – Claude Nougaro – Sing Sing Song [Live] – 2001
12 – Claude Nougaro – Jet Set [Live] – 2001
13 – Claude Nougaro – Le Jazz et la Java [Live] – 2001
14 – Claude Nougaro – Quatre Boules de Cuir [Live] – 2001
15 – Claude Nougaro – Le Chat [Live] – 2001
16 – Claude Nougaro – L’Île Hélène [Live] – 2001
17 – Claude Nougaro – Le Cri de Tarzan [Live] – 2001
18 – Claude Nougaro – Langue de Bois [Live] – 2001
19 – Claude Nougaro – Déjeuner sur l’Herbe [Live] – 2001
20 – Claude Nougaro – Bozambo [Live] – 2001
21 – Claude Nougaro – À Tes Seins [Live] – 2001
22 – Claude Nougaro – Toulouse [Live] – 2001
23 – Claude Nougaro – Les Bas [Live] – 2001
24 – Claude Nougaro – Armstrong [Live] – 2001
25 – Claude Nougaro – Dansez sur Moi [Live] – 2001
26 – Claude Nougaro – Cécile Ma Fille [Live] – 2001
27 – Claude Nougaro – Comédie Musicale [Live] – 2001


Claude Nougaro | #claudenougaro
[1929-2004], Toulouse, Occitanie, France


Claude Nougaro was a French songwriter and singer.

Claude Nougaro was born in Toulouse to a respected French opera singer, Pierre Nougaro, and a piano teacher, Liette Tellini. His maternal grandparents were Italian; his grandfather was born in Livorno, Tuscany and his grandmother in San Damiano d’Asti, Piedmont. He was raised by his grandparents in Toulouse where he heard Glenn Miller, Édith Piaf and Louis Armstrong (among others) on the radio. In 1947 he failed his baccalaureat and began a career in journalism, writing for various journals including Le Journal des Curistes at Vichy and L’Echo d’Alger. At the same time he wrote songs for Marcel Amont (“Le Barbier de Belleville”, “Le Balayeur du Roi”) and Philippe Clay (“Joseph”, “La Sentinelle”). He met Georges Brassens, who became his friend and mentor.

In 1949, he performed his military service in the Foreign Legion at Rabat, Morocco. He sent his lyrics to Marguerite Monnot, Édith Piaf’s songwriter, who put them to music. (“Méphisto”, “Le Sentier de la Guerre”). He started to sing for a livelihood in 1959 in a Parisian cabaret in Montmartre, the Lapin Agile.

In 1962, he decided to sing his works himself: “Une Petite Fille” and “Cécile Ma Fille” (dedicated to his daughter, born in 1962, and to his wife Sylvie, whom he met at the Lapin Agile). These songs made him immediately known to a larger public, which he had already started to penetrate by participating in the concerts of Dalida. A car accident immobilised him for several months in 1963. The following year he travelled to Brazil, and sang in prestigious halls: the Olympia and the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, and the Palais d’Hiver in Lyon. Following the death of his friend Jacques Audiberti in 1965 Nougaro wrote, in homage, the song “Chanson Pour le Maçon”. The events of May 1968 inspired him to the torrential “Paris Mai”, a plea for life, which would be banned from the airwaves. The same year he recorded his first live album at the Olympia: Une soirée avec Claude Nougaro.

His career continued normally, punctuated by success: Le Jazz et la Java, Tu Verras, Île de Ré, Armstrong, Toulouse, Petit Taureau. But in 1984, his recording company did not renew his contract. Nougaro left for New York, seeking inspiration, and while there wrote and recorded a self-financed disc, Nougayork, whose resounding success was a surprise. In 1988 Victoires de la musique rewarded him with “best album” and “best artist”, and between 1993 and 1997 he released three new albums.

His health deteriorated after 1995, when he underwent a heart operation. In 2003, his condition left him unable to appear at the Festival du Verbe at Toulouse. From 1998 to 2004 he devoted himself more to concerts and festivals, apart from an album in aid of children suffering from AIDS. Having undergone further surgery in early 2004, he died of cancer in March, at the age of 74.

The Embarquement Immédiat Tour: Live at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées ’01 concert video was recorded during the 27 June 2001 performance at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France, during the 2001 Embarquement Immédiat Tour.

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