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Francis Cabrel

Francis Cabrel

Francis Cabrel (born 23 November 1953 in Agen, France) is a French singer-songwriter and guitarist. Inspired heavily by Bob Dylan, he produced a significant number of albums falling mostly within the realm of folk, with occasional forays into blues or country. Several of his songs, such as "L'Encre de tes yeux" and "Petite Marie" have become enduring favourites in French music. His first hit was called "Je l'aime a mourir. Others, such as "C'Etait L'Hiver", about the suicide of a young girl, have since been covered by other artists such as Canadian Isabelle Boulay.

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Made in 70

Made in 70

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Je L'aime A Mourir

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Partis Pour Rester

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La Corrida

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C'est Ecrit

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Encore Et Encore

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Je L'aime A Mourir

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L'Encre De Tes Yeux

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Partis Pour Rester

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Petite Marie

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La Dame De Haute-Savoie

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Sarbacane

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Bonne Nouvelle

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La Cabane Du Pêcheur

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