- Performer:Léo Ferré
- Title:L' Espoir
- Style:French Pop,Vocal Pop,French,Western European Traditions
- Date of release:1974
- Size FLAC version1210 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1901 megabytes
- Size WMA version1283 megabytes
- Formats:AHX VOC AAC MPC TTA WAV
Léo Ferré (24 August 1916 – 14 July 1993) was a French-born Monégasque poet and composer, and a dynamic and controversial live performer, whose career in France dominated the years after the Second World War until his death. He released some forty albums over this period, composing the music and the majority of the lyrics. He released many hit singles, particularly between 1960 and the mid-seventies
Léo Ferré – L'Espoir. Label: Barclay – 90 001, Pro-Culture – PPC 5012.
Léo Ferré – L'Espoir. Label: Barclay – 9. 01, Barclay – 90 001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Léo Ferré - L'ile Saint Louis (03:47, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - Notre amour (02:44, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - Martha la mule (02:27, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - Judas (02:44, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - À Saint-Germain des Prés (03:08, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - Le pont Mirabeau (02:58, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - Graine d'ananar (03:14, 320Kb/s). Léo Ferré - La fortune (01:51, 320Kb/s). Paris canaille (2010) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Paris canaille (2010).
Léo Ferré - La Solitude (1972). Songs in album Léo Ferré - La Solitude (1972).
Artists Léo Ferré L'Espoir. This album has an average beat per minute of 98 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/130 BPM).
Léo Ferré has set Baudelaire into music two more times : in 1967 with double album Léo Ferré chante Baudelaire, and with unfinished project Les Fleurs du mal (suite et fin), recorded in 1977 but posthumously released in 2008.
Léo Ferré (1916-1993) was a Monegasque poet, composer, and, musician. Born on the 24th August 1916 in Monaco, Ferré mixed lyricism with slang; love with anarchy. He took a central place in the world of French song. He was involved in anarchism, and worked with Radio Libertaire, an anarchist free-radio broadcasting in Paris and around France. He died on the 14th July 1993.
CreditsLéo Ferré - Primary Artist
|1||L' Espoir||Léo Ferré|
|3||Oiseaux du Malheur||Léo Ferré|
|4||Je T'Aimais Bie, Tu Sais . . .||Léo Ferré|
|5||Amants Tristes||Léo Ferré|