Claude Nougaro

Bernard Lavilliers Jacques Higelin Maxime Le Forestier Michel Jonasz Serge Reggiani

Claude Nougaro (September 9, 1929 Toulouse – March 4, 2004 Paris) was a French songwriter and singer. Son of an opera singer and an Italian piano teacher (Liette), 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 commenced a career in journalism, writing for various journals including Le Journal des Curistes at Vichy and L'Echo d'Alger. Read more on Last.fm

Claude Nougaro
Soeur Ame
Album (2014)
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Mon assassin
Album (2014)
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Le Cinéma
Album (2013)
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N⁰2 Je suis sous...
Album (2005)
Claude Nougaro
La Note bleue
Album (2004)
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Embarquement immédiat
Album (2000)
Claude Nougaro
L'Enfant phare
Album (1997)
Claude Nougaro
Chansongs
Album (1993)
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Pacifique
Album (1989)
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Nougayork
Album (1987)
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Bleu blanc blues
Album (1985)
Claude Nougaro
Chansons nettes
Album (1981)
Claude Nougaro
Assez !
Album (1980)
Claude Nougaro
Tu verras
Album (1978)
Claude Nougaro
Plume d'ange
Album (1977)
Claude Nougaro
Femmes et famines
Album (1975)
Claude Nougaro
Récréation
Album (1974)
Claude Nougaro
Locomotive d'or
Album (1974)
Claude Nougaro
Sœur âme
Album (1971)
Claude Nougaro
Petit taureau
Album (1967)
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Claude Nougaro
Album (1962)