Charles Aznavour ‎– J'Aime Charles Aznavour (Vol. 1)

EMI ‎– SCTX 340.215
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo


A1 Pour Faire Une Jam
A2 Viens Pleurer Au Creux De Mon Epaule
A3 Quand Tu Vas Revenir
A4 Rentre Chez Toi Et Pleure
A5 Sa Jeunesse
A6 On Ne Sait Jamais
B1 Jezebel
B2 Je T'aime Comme Ca
B3 Sur Ma Vie
B4 Ay Mourir Pour Toi
B5 L'Amour A Fleur De Coeur
B6 C'est Merveilleux L'Amour

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FSX 151 Charles Aznavour Volume 1(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia FSX 151 France 1964 Sell This Version
SUXH 9002 Charles Aznavour J'Aime Charles Aznavour (Vol. 1)(LP, Album) EMI SUXH 9002 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
SCTX 340.215 Charles Aznavour J'Aime Charles Aznavour (Vol. 1)(LP, Album) Columbia SCTX 340.215 France Unknown Sell This Version
33SX 1634 Charles Aznavour Et Voici......(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia 33SX 1634 Australia 1964 Sell This Version
YLX 1311 Charles Aznavour Volume 1(LP, Album) Ducretet Thomson YLX 1311 Turkey Unknown Sell This Version



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August 29, 2016
This SCTX 340.215 is the first edition of stereofonic versions of the songs with new arragements recorded in 1963. Partly in true stereo partly in mono dating from a period when stereofonic recording becan to be more and more common in use. The series has all in all 4 volumes made later in the 60's. The earlier serie of 3 volumes contain the monofonic issues of the same songs. This SCTX series is under Pathe -Marconi Emi Columbia but also as well rarely seen under Thomson Duceret mark in three volumes. The very first mono editions in 1963 and in 1964 were gradually published as a three volume package in a tissue cardboard box under Columbia and Ducretet Thomson marks. At the beginning only one record in a box which was to be completed gradually. The mono series was also publishes afterwards with insolite sleeves with photo covers uner Columbia mark. These recordings are worlwide spread under the shadow of Aznavours's Barclay recordings trough the years of the 60' and 70's. One could say however that these recordings pouring from the 50's are the true essence of his success and have sold immensly worldwide and have given birth to a great many editions in every continent.