Jacques Brel Is Alive, etc. once toured American and European theatres. The show is comprised of 35 songs written by the famous travelling troubedor Jacques Brell (who also stars in the film version). The film centers on various aspects of life (love, marriage, death, war, etc.).
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27 January 1975 (Canada)
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Jacques Brel él, jól van és Párizsban lakik
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The American Film Theatre initially contracted with Caedmon Records to release box-set soundtrack albums from each of the films produced in the AFT series. The Caedmon project got as far as The Iceman Cometh (1973), A Delicate Balance (1973), The Homecoming (1973), Rhinoceros (1974), Luther (1974) and Butley (1974), all of which were handsomely issued on LP in their entirety. Once the AFT series began to falter, and record sales for the first six albums proved to be equally lukewarm, Caedmon cancelled its plans to produce any further box sets, stopping midway through the recording of Three Sisters (1974). This was unfortunate, as two of the remaining AFT projects were musicals. Despite its limited appeal, the soundtrack of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (1974) was surprisingly released as a two-record-set on the Atlantic Records label, but the glorious score of Lost in the Stars (1974) was never commercially released. See more
Written by Jacques Brel
Performed by Joe Masiell See more