Tracklist

CD 1: La Nouvelle génération : Sang neuf …
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Saint-Germain guitare
Robert Marcy 2:31
2 Les Faux-Monnayeurs
Robert Marcy 3:02
3 J’ai troqué
Barbara 2:19
4 La Belle Amour
Barbara 2:40
5 Chanson pour ma vieille
Guy Béart 2:32
6 La Chabraque
Guy Béart 3:17
7 Il n’y a plus d’après
Guy Béart 3:13
8 On m’a volé tout ça
Florence Véran 3:01
9 Les Grands Magasins
Jean Constantin 1:59
10 La Contrescarpe
Suc et Serre 1:43
11 Le Cheval d’or
Suc et Serre 1:58
12 La Gargouille
Suc et Serre 2:09
13 En ce temps de grande paresse
Giani Esposito 3:03
14 La Complainte de la jeune nonne contre son cœur
Brigitte Sabouraud 3:11
15 Dame pelote de laine
Jacques Estérel 2:08
16 Le Mois des maris
Jacques Estérel 3:18
17 Trousse la fille
Jacques Estérel 2:33
18 Les Complexes
François Deguelt 2:28
19 Ronsard 58
Serge Gainsbourg 1:54
20 Charleston des déménageurs de piano
Serge Gainsbourg 2:25
21 La Jambe de bois
Serge Gainsbourg 2:34
22 Une guitare, une vie
Marie-Josée Neuville 2:17
23 Le Petit Atome
Paul Braffort 2:05
24 Menuet pour la Joconde
Paul Braffort 2:49
25 La Java de l’adultère
Paul Braffort 2:31
26 Je ne ferai jamais
Pierre Louki 2:52
27 Un ver bissextil
Pierre Louki 1:34
28 Qui viendra me dire bonsoir
Pierre Louki 3:47
CD 2: La Nouvelle génération : … et Voies nouvelles
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Il y avait une ville
Claude Nougaro 2:35
2 Maman me l’a dit
Claude Nougaro 2:33
3 Eugénie de Beaulieu
Ricet Barrier 2:35
4 Le Rayon de lune
Ricet Barrier 2:44
5 La Java des gaulois
Ricet Barrier 2:35
6 Les Statues
Hélène Martin 2:31
7 La Nuit
Hélène Martin 2:12
8 Le Gros Pied de monsieur Jules
Paul Barrault 2:34
9 La lune n’est plus
Paul Barrault 3:12
10 Le Prince
Pierre Perret 1:47
11 Le Poulet
Pierre Perret 1:22
12 Louise
Pierre Perret 1:54
13 Loulou de la vache noire
Roger Riffard 2:38
14 Quatre Saisons
Anne Sylvestre 2:42
15 Philomène
Anne Sylvestre 2:08
16 Tiens-toi droit
Anne Sylvestre 2:10
17 Histoire vécue
Pierre Brunet 2:32
18 Le Tango polaire
Pierre Brunet 3:12
19 Java du pendu en balade ou Ballade du pendu en java
Pierre Brunet 2:44
20 Brève Rencontre
Joël Holmès 2:45
21 Adieu guitare
Marie-Claire Pichaud 4:08
22 Federico García Lorca
Jean Ferrat 3:11
23 Regarde-toi Paname
Jean Ferrat 2:33
24 Le Petit Vélo
Jean Bériac 3:26
25 Le Poisson fa
Boby Lapointe 2:32
26 Marcelle
Boby Lapointe 1:11
27 La Gloriole
Jean Yanne 2:04
28 Avec Maria (La Complainte du P3)
Jean Yanne 6:19
CD 3: La Voix des pionniers
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 La Marie-Jésus
Gilles et Urfer 2:16
2 Les Vieux Enfants
Gilles et Urfer 3:40
3 C’étaient quand même
Stéphane Golmann 2:31
4 Adieu, camarade
Stéphane Golmann 2:47
5 Général à vendre
Francis Blanche 5:05
6 Les Copains de la Neuille
Léo Ferré 3:38
7 L’été s’en fout
Léo Ferré 3:31
8 T’en as
Léo Ferré 2:16
9 Ça m’fait rigoler
Jean-Roger Caussimon 2:56
10 Le Père Noël et la petite fille
Georges Brassens 5 2:15
11 Le Bistrot
Georges Brassens 5 2:46
12 Sur la neige poudreuse
Maurice Baquet 1:50
13 La Java des bombes atomiques
Boris Vian 3 2:37
14 Cache-cache
Mouloudji 2:36
15 Rue de Crimée
Mouloudji 1:42
16 L’Assassin du dimanche
Francis Lemarque 2:15
17 De quoi donc tu causes ?
Robert Lamoureux 3:25
18 La Chanson du retraité
Félix Leclerc 1:59
19 Tirelou
Félix Leclerc 2:06
20 L’Abeille
Félix Leclerc 1:36
21 Quelque part ailleurs
Nicole Louvier 3:00
22 La Dame patronnesse
Jacques Brel 2:40
23 Le Tueur de temps
Jacques Vérières 2:14
24 La Botte
René-Louis Lafforgue 2:36
25 La Vénus à Mimil
Raymond Lévesque 2:04
26 La Vie, la Chance et l’Amour
Raymond Lévesque 2:44
27 Les Cloches de Pâques
Jean-Claude Darnal 2:30
28 La Taxi-Girl
Jean-Claude Darnal 2:19
CD 4: La Parole aux diseurs et humoristes
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 À propos des Trois Baudets
Pierre Repp 3:15
2 Les Contraventions
Raymond Devos 2:54
3 Le si est là
Raymond Devos 3:04
4 L’Étymologie
Jacques Dufilho 3:08
5 Le Discours
Jacques Dufilho 3:55
6 Bretonnerie
Bernard Lavalette 6:12
7 La Plupart du temps
Robert Lamoureux 2:01
8 Nord-sud
Roger Pierre & Jean-Marc Thibault 3:59
9 Le Timbre à 0 f 25
Fernand Raynaud 4:00
10 Le Moteur à escargots
Roger Comte 5:55
11 Le Cygne
Maurice Baquet 2:12
12 Si Versailles m’était critiqué
Poiret & Serrault 5:20
13 La Venoge
Gilles 3:50
14 Histoires de Oin-Oin
Pierre Dudan 7:05
15 Les Cours par correspondance
Darrigade & Fouziquet 3:15
16 La Pieuvre
Petit Bobo 5:17
17 Elle est pas belle la vie ?
François Billetdoux 2:02
18 La Bête
François Billetdoux 1:51
19 L’Examen
Bernard Haller 4:56

Credits

CD 1: La Nouvelle génération : Sang neuf …

drums (drum set):
Arthur Motta (Jazz Drum player) (1954-06-15) (track 8)
Roger Paraboschi (1958) (tracks 23–25)
trumpet:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (1958) (tracks 23–25)
flute:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958) (tracks 23–25)
guitar:
André Duchaussoir (1954-06-15) (track 8)
André Duchaussoir (1955) (track 18)
Jacques Liébrard (Musician - Guitar Player) (1955) (track 18)
Marie-Josée Neuville (French singer, actress & radio-program presenter) (1955) (track 22)
Jean-Pierre Suc (1956) (tracks 10–12)
Guy Béart (1958) (track 5)
vibraphone:
Michel Hausser (1958) (tracks 23–25)
double bass:
Alphonse Masselier (1954-06-15) (track 8)
Fred Ermelin (1955) (track 18)
Willy Lockwood (1955) (track 18)
Henri Droux (1956) (tracks 10–12)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958) (tracks 23–25)
bass saxophone:
Michel de Villers (1958) (tracks 23–25)
piano:
Florence Véran (1954-06-15) (track 8)
France Olivia (1955) (track 18)
Armand Motta (1958) (tracks 23–25)
Yvonne Schmidt (1958) (track 14)
Georges Rabol (1959) (track 27)
Barbara (French female singer) (1959-06-01) (track 4)
accordion:
Marcel Azzola (1955) (track 18)
Marcel Azzola (1958) (tracks 23–25)
Freddy Balta (1958) (track 5)
tenor saxophone:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958) (tracks 23–25)
trombone:
Claude Gousset (1955) (track 18)
Gaston Balenglow (1956) (tracks 10–12)
Benny Vasseur (1958) (tracks 23–25)
arranger:
Alain Goraguer (tracks 19–21)
Armand Motta (tracks 23–25)
composer:
Barbara (French female singer) (tracks 3–4)
Paul Braffort (tracks 23–25)
Jean Constantin (track 9)
Jacques Estérel (tracks 15–17)
Serge Gainsbourg (tracks 19–21)
Jean Lemaire (pianist) (track 26)
Paul Lemel (track 28)
Robert Marcy (French composer and comedian) (tracks 1–2)
France Olivia (track 18)
Brigitte Sabouraud (track 14)
Florence Véran (track 8)
Guy Béart (tracks 5–7)
Giani Esposito (track 13)
Pierre Louki (track 27)
Marie-Josée Neuville (French singer, actress & radio-program presenter) (track 22)
Jean-Pierre Suc (tracks 10–12)
conductor:
Armand Motta (1958-02-05) (track 3)
Alain Goraguer (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (tracks 19–20)
Alain Goraguer (1959-01-12) (track 21)
lyricist:
Barbara (French female singer) (track 3)
Paul Braffort (tracks 23–25)
Jacques Estérel (track 17)
Serge Gainsbourg (tracks 20–21)
Robert Marcy (French composer and comedian) (track 1)
Brigitte Sabouraud (track 14)
Marcel Aymé (track 6)
Serge Barthélemy (track 19)
Guy Béart (tracks 5, 7)
Jean Cosmos (track 2)
François Deguelt (track 18)
Giani Esposito (track 13)
Pierre Louki (tracks 26–28)
Rolf Marbot (composer, lyricist & pianist) (track 15)
Marie-Josée Neuville (French singer, actress & radio-program presenter) (track 22)
Robert Papin (track 9)
Jean Poissonnier (track 4)
Luc Poret (track 8)
Jean-Pierre Suc (tracks 10–12)
Jacques Vigouroux (track 16)
orchestra:
Jacques Lasry et son orchestre (1957) (track 16)
Jean Lemaire et son orchestre (1957) (tracks 1–2)
Freddy Balta et son ensemble (1958) (track 5)
Jean Lemaire et son orchestre (1958) (track 26)
Armand Motta et son Ensemble (1958-02-05) (track 3)
Alain Goraguer et son orchestre (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (tracks 19–20)
Mario Fontana et son orchestre (1959) (track 17)
Alain Goraguer et son orchestre (1959-01-12) (track 21)
Roger Damin et son ensemble (1959-09) (track 6)
Jean Lemaire et son orchestre (1960) (track 28)
producer:
Denis Bourgeois (Producer) (tracks 19–21)
Pierre Hiégel (track 3)
vocals:
Jean Constantin (1953-02-18) (track 9)
Florence Véran (1954-06-15) (track 8)
François Deguelt (1955) (track 18)
Marie-Josée Neuville (French singer, actress & radio-program presenter) (1955) (track 22)
Jean-Pierre Suc (1956) (tracks 10–12)
Henri Serre (1956) (tracks 10–12)
Jacques Estérel (1957) (track 16)
Robert Marcy (French composer and comedian) (1957) (tracks 1–2)
Paul Braffort (1958) (tracks 23–25)
Guy Béart (1958) (track 5)
Pierre Louki (1958) (track 26)
Brigitte Sabouraud (1958) (track 14)
Barbara (French female singer) (1958-02-05) (track 3)
Serge Gainsbourg (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (tracks 19–20)
Jacques Estérel (1959) (tracks 15, 17)
Giani Esposito (1959) (track 13)
Pierre Louki (1959) (track 27)
Serge Gainsbourg (1959-01-12) (track 21)
Barbara (French female singer) (1959-06-01) (track 4)
Guy Béart (1959-09) (track 6)
Guy Béart (1960) (track 7)
Pierre Louki (1960) (track 28)
phonographic copyright by:
Wagram Music (imprint/distributor) (2010) (track 3)
publisher:
Editions Espace (track 7)
Marcony (track 3)
recorded at:
L’Écluse in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958) (track 14)
Studio Jenner in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-02-05) (track 3)
Studio Blanqui (Studio Philips, Boulevard Blanqui) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (tracks 19–20)
Studio Blanqui (Studio Philips, Boulevard Blanqui) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959-01-12) (track 21)
L’Écluse in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959-06-01) (track 4)
is the basis for:
live recording of:
La Belle Amour (1959-06-01) (track 4)
recording of:
Les Grands Magasins (1953-02-18) (track 9)
On m'a volé tout ça (1954-06-15) (track 8)
Les Complexes (1955) (track 18)
Une guitare, une vie (1955) (track 22)
La Contrescarpe (1956) (track 10)
La Gargouille (1956) (track 12)
Le Cheval d’or (1956) (track 11)
Le mois des maris (1957) (track 16)
Les Faux-monnayeurs (1957) (track 2)
Saint-Germain guitare (1957) (track 1)
Chanson pour ma vieille (1958) (track 5)
Je ne ferai jamais (1958) (track 26)
La Java de l’adultère (1958) (track 25)
La Joconde (Menuet pour la Joconde) (1958) (track 24)
Le Petit Atome (1958) (track 23)
J’ai troqué (1958-02-05) (track 3)
Charleston des déménageurs de piano (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (track 20)
Ronsard 58 (1958-06-10 – 1958-07-03) (track 19)
Dame pelote de laine (1959) (track 15)
En ce temps de grande paresse (1959) (track 13)
Trousse la fille (1959) (track 17)
Un ver bissextil (1959) (track 27)
La Jambe de bois (Friedland) (1959-01-12) (track 21)
La Chabraque (1959-09) (track 6)
Il n’y a plus d’après (1960) (track 7)
Qui viendra me dire bonsoir (1960) (track 28)

CD 2: La Nouvelle génération : … et Voies nouvelles

guitar:
Jacques Liébrard (Musician - Guitar Player) (1959) (track 15)
Roger Riffard (french singer) (1959) (track 13)
Barthélémy Rosso (1959) (track 15)
Anne Sylvestre (1959) (tracks 14, 16)
Pierre Brunet (1959) (track 17)
Bernard Pierrot (1960-12) (tracks 6–7)
double bass:
Henri Droux (1959) (track 16)
Pierre Nicolas (1959) (track 15)
arranger:
Milton Lewis (tracks 22–23)
composer:
Paul Amar (track 19)
Paul Barrault (tracks 8–9)
Rémy Corazza (French tenor) (track 11)
Jean Ferrat (track 23)
Joël Holmès (Real name is Joël Covrigaru, romanian writer and composer) (track 20)
Boby Lapointe (tracks 25–26)
Anne Sylvestre (tracks 14–16)
Claude-Henri Vic (french composer & editor) (track 22)
Jimmy Walter (tracks 1–2)
Jean Yanne (French actor) (tracks 27–28)
Ricet Barrier (tracks 3–5)
Pierre Brunet (tracks 17–18)
Jean Bériac (track 24)
Bernard Lelou (tracks 3–5)
Hélène Martin (tracks 6–7)
Pierre Perret (tracks 10–12)
Roger Riffard (french singer) (track 13)
conductor:
Franck Aussman (1958) (tracks 3, 5)
Jimmy Walter (1958) (tracks 1–2)
François Rauber (1959) (track 4)
Milton Lewis (1960) (tracks 22–23)
Alain Goraguer (1960-05-16) (tracks 25–26)
André Liverneaux (conductor) (1961) (track 20)
lyricist:
Paul Barrault (tracks 8–9)
Jean Ferrat (track 22)
Joël Holmès (Real name is Joël Covrigaru, romanian writer and composer) (track 20)
Boby Lapointe (tracks 25–26)
Anne Sylvestre (tracks 14–16)
Jean Yanne (French actor) (tracks 27–28)
Ricet Barrier (tracks 3–5)
Pierre Brunet (tracks 17–19)
Jean Bériac (track 24)
Paul Chaulot (track 21)
Pierre Frachet (lyricist) (track 23)
Bernard Lelou (tracks 3–5)
Hélène Martin (tracks 6–7)
Claude Nougaro (tracks 1–2)
Pierre Perret (tracks 10–12)
Roger Riffard (french singer) (track 13)
orchestra:
François Charpin et son trio (1957) (tracks 10–11)
Orchestre Jimmy Walter (1958) (tracks 1–2)
Franck Aussman et son ensemble (1959) (tracks 18–19)
François Charpin Trio (1959) (track 12)
Jean Bouchéty et son orchestre (1960) (tracks 8–9)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1960) (track 24)
Alain Goraguer et son ensemble (1960-05-16) (tracks 25–26)
vocals:
Pierre Perret (1957) (tracks 10–11)
Ricet Barrier (1958) (tracks 3, 5)
Claude Nougaro (1958) (tracks 1–2)
Jean Yanne et son guide-chant (French actor) (1958) (tracks 27–28)
Roger Riffard (french singer) (1959) (track 13)
Anne Sylvestre (1959) (tracks 14–15)
Ricet Barrier (1959) (track 4)
Pierre Brunet (1959) (tracks 17–19)
Pierre Perret (1959) (track 12)
Paul Barrault (1960) (tracks 8–9)
Jean Bériac (1960) (track 24)
Jean Ferrat (1960) (tracks 22–23)
Boby Lapointe (1960-05-16) (tracks 25–26)
Hélène Martin (1960-12) (tracks 6–7)
Joël Holmès (Real name is Joël Covrigaru, romanian writer and composer) (1961) (track 20)
publisher:
recorded at:
Olympia (Paris) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958) (track 28)
La Colombe in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959) (tracks 14, 17)
Le Cheval d'Or in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959) (track 13)
live recording of:
La Complainte du P3 (Avec Maria) (1958) (track 28)
Histoire vécue (1959) (track 17)
Loulou de la vache noire (1959) (track 13)
Quatre Saisons (1959) (track 14)
recording of:
Le Poulet (1957) (track 11)
Le Prince (1957) (track 10)
Eugénie de Beaulieu (1958) (track 3)
Il y avait une ville (1958) (track 1)
La Gloriole (1958) (track 27)
La Java des gaulois (1958) (track 5)
Maman me l'a dit (1958) (track 2)
Adieu guitare (1959) (track 21)
Le Rayon de la lune (1959) (track 4)
Le Tango polaire (1959) (track 18)
Louise (1959) (track 12)
Philomène (1959) (track 15)
Tiens-toi droit (1959) (track 16)
Federico García Lorca (1960) (track 22)
La lune n’est plus (1960) (track 9)
Le Petit Vélo (1960) (track 24)
Regarde-toi Paname (1960) (track 23)
Le Poisson Fa (1960-05-16) (track 25)
Marcelle (1960-05-16) (track 26)
La Nuit (1960-12) (track 7)
Les Statues (1960-12) (track 6)
Brève Rencontre (1961) (track 20)

CD 3: La Voix des pionniers

acoustic guitar:
Georges Brassens (1960-03-04) (tracks 10–11)
ondes Martenot:
Janine de Waleyne (1958-03 – 1958-04) (tracks 6–7)
organ:
Freddy Balta (1959-01) (tracks 14–15)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (1956) (track 25)
Pierre Cavalier (1957) (track 26)
Stéphane Golmann (french 1950s singer, composer and lyricist) (1957-04) (tracks 3–4)
Barthélémy Rosso (1958-01) (track 8)
Jean-Roger Caussimon (1959) (track 9)
double bass:
Fred Ermelin (1956) (track 25)
Michel Gaudry (1957) (track 26)
Pierre Nicolas (1960-03-04) (tracks 10–11)
piano:
Emil Stern (1956) (track 25)
François Charpin (1957) (track 26)
Paul Castanier (Musician - Pianist) (1958-01) (track 8)
Albert Urfer (1958) (track 1)
Albert Urfer (1959) (track 2)
Michel Villard (1959-01) (tracks 14–15)
Henri Bourtayre (aka 'James H. Midway') (1960) (track 17)
accordion:
Jean Cardon (Musician - Accordion Player) (1958-01) (track 8)
Freddy Balta (1959-01) (tracks 14–15)
additional acoustic guitar:
Victor Apicella (1960-03-04) (tracks 10–11)
arranger:
Louis Bessières (track 12)
composer:
Henri Bourtayre (aka 'James H. Midway') (track 17)
Georges Brassens (tracks 10–11)
Jacques Brel (track 22)
Léo Ferré (tracks 6–8, 14–15)
Stéphane Golmann (french 1950s singer, composer and lyricist) (tracks 3–4)
Félix Leclerc (tracks 18–20)
Raymond Lévesque (tracks 25–26)
Rudi Revil (aka "Cadix") (track 16)
Gaby Wagenheim (track 23)
Maurice Baquet (track 12)
Francis Blanche (track 5)
Jean-Claude Darnal (tracks 27–28)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (tracks 1–2)
Nicole Louvier (track 21)
Alain Goraguer (1955-01 – 1955-04) (track 13)
conductor:
Jimmy Walter (1955-04-22) (track 13)
Pierre Guillermin (1956) (track 23)
Jean Baïtzouroff (1957) (track 24)
François Rauber (1959-09-11) (track 22)
Hubert Degex (1960) (track 28)
lyricist:
Georges Brassens (tracks 10–11)
Jacques Brel (track 22)
Léo Ferré (tracks 6–8)
Stéphane Golmann (french 1950s singer, composer and lyricist) (track 4)
Félix Leclerc (tracks 18–20)
Raymond Lévesque (tracks 25–26)
Maurice Baquet (track 12)
Francis Blanche (track 5)
Jean-Claude Darnal (tracks 27–28)
Camille François (track 1)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (track 2)
Robert Lamoureux (track 17)
Francis Lemarque (track 16)
Nicole Louvier (track 21)
Mouloudji (tracks 14–15)
H. Viard (track 3)
Jacques Vérières (track 23)
Boris Vian (1955-01 – 1955-04) (track 13)
orchestra:
Orchestre Henri Leca (1955) (track 5)
Jimmy Walter et son orchestre (1955-04-22) (track 13)
Le Trio Emil Stern (1956) (track 25)
François Charpin Trio (1957) (track 26)
Alain Goraguer et son orchestre (1958-06-03) (track 27)
vocals:
Maurice Baquet (track 12)
Francis Blanche (1955) (track 5)
Boris Vian (1955-04-22) (track 13)
Raymond Lévesque (1956) (track 25)
Jacques Vérières (1956) (track 23)
René-Louis Lafforgue (1957) (track 24)
Raymond Lévesque (1957) (track 26)
Stéphane Golmann (french 1950s singer, composer and lyricist) (1957-04) (tracks 3–4)
Albert Urfer (1958) (track 1)
Léo Ferré (1958-01) (track 8)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (1958) (track 1)
Félix Leclerc (1958) (track 18)
Francis Lemarque (1958) (track 16)
Léo Ferré (1958-03 – 1958-04) (tracks 6–7)
Jean-Claude Darnal (1958-06-03) (track 27)
Albert Urfer (1959) (track 2)
Jean-Roger Caussimon (1959) (track 9)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (1959) (track 2)
Félix Leclerc (1959) (tracks 19–20)
Mouloudji (1959-01) (tracks 14–15)
Jacques Brel (1959-09-11) (track 22)
Jean-Claude Darnal (1960) (track 28)
Robert Lamoureux (1960) (track 17)
Nicole Louvier (1960) (track 21)
Georges Brassens (1960-03-04) (tracks 10–11)
publisher:
Éditions Musicales 57 (tracks 10–11)
later versions:
La Vie en rouge, Partie 3 : La Java des bombes atomiques (melodrama for narrator & instruments) (track 13)
live recording of:
T'en as (1958-01) (track 8)
recording of:
Général à vendre (1955) (track 5)
La Java des bombes atomiques (1955-04-22) (track 13)
La Vénus à Mimil (1956) (track 25)
Le Tueur de temps (1956) (track 23)
La Botte (1957) (track 24)
La Vie, la Chance et l’Amour (1957) (track 26)
Adieu, camarade (1957-04) (track 4)
C’étaient quand même (1957-04) (track 3)
La Chanson du retraité (1958) (track 18)
La Marie-Jésus (1958) (track 1)
L’Assassin du dimanche (1958) (track 16)
L'été s'en fout (1958-03 – 1958-04) (track 7)
Les Copains d'la neuille (1958-03 – 1958-04) (track 6)
Les Cloches de Pâques (1958-06-03) (track 27)
Cache-cache (1959-01) (track 14)
Les Vieux Enfants (1959) (track 2)
L’Abeille (1959) (track 20)
Rue de Crimée (1959-01) (track 15)
Tirelou (1959) (track 19)
Ça m’fait rigoler (1959) (track 9)
La Dame patronnesse (1959-09-11) (track 22)
De quoi donc tu causes ? (1960) (track 17)
La Taxi-Girl (1960) (track 28)
Quelque part ailleurs (1960) (track 21)
Le Bistrot (1960-03-04) (track 11)
Le Père Noël et la petite fille (1960-03-04) (track 10)

CD 4: La Parole aux diseurs et humoristes

clarinet:
Raymond Devos (Franco-Belgian cabaretier) (1958) (track 3)
cello:
Maurice Baquet (1948-10) (track 11)
piano:
Bernard Lavalette (1959) (track 6)
composer:
Paul Burkhard (track 3)
spoken vocals:
Roger Pierre (French actor) (1954) (track 8)
Jean-Marc Thibault (1954) (track 8)
Pierre Dudan (1955) (track 14)
Jean Poiret (1955) (track 12)
Pierre Repp (1955) (track 1)
Michel Serrault (1955) (track 12)
Roger Comte (Le Chansonnier scientifique) (1956) (track 10)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (1957) (track 13)
Raymond Devos (Franco-Belgian cabaretier) (1958) (track 3)
Pierre Maguelon (1958) (track 16)
Jacques Dufilho (French chanson singer and actor) (1959) (track 5)
Bernard Haller (1959) (track 19)
Bernard Lavalette (1959) (track 6)
Francis Claude (1960) (track 15)
Raymond Devos (Franco-Belgian cabaretier) (1960) (track 2)
Jacques Dufilho (French chanson singer and actor) (1960) (track 4)
Robert Lamoureux (1960) (track 7)
P. Lions (1960) (track 15)
Fernand Raynaud (1960) (track 9)
François Billetdoux (French writer) (1961) (tracks 17–18)
vocals:
Maurice Baquet (1948-10) (track 11)
Bernard Lavalette (1959) (track 6)
writer:
Maurice Baquet (track 11)
François Billetdoux (French writer) (tracks 17–18)
Francis Claude (track 15)
Roger Comte (Le Chansonnier scientifique) (track 10)
Raymond Devos (Franco-Belgian cabaretier) (tracks 2–3)
Pierre Dudan (track 14)
Jacques Dufilho (French chanson singer and actor) (tracks 4–5)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (track 13)
Bernard Haller (track 19)
Robert Lamoureux (track 7)
Bernard Lavalette (track 6)
P. Lions (track 15)
Pierre Maguelon (track 16)
Roger Pierre (French actor) (track 8)
Jean Poiret (track 12)
Fernand Raynaud (track 9)
Pierre Repp (track 1)
Michel Serrault (track 12)
Pierre Tchernia (track 6)
Jean-Marc Thibault (track 8)
recorded at:
Les Trois Baudets in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1955) (tracks 1, 14)
Les Trois Baudets in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956) (track 10)
Galerie 55 in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959) (track 5)
Les Trois Baudets in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959) (track 19)
Bobino in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1960) (track 2)
Milord l'Arsouille in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1960) (tracks 4, 15)
Milord l'Arsouille in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1961) (tracks 17–18)
is based on:
Le Carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le Cygne (catch-all for unknown arrangement) (track 11)
O mein Papa (track 3)
live recording of:
Le Cygne (1948-10) (track 11)
Nord-sud (1954) (track 8)
Histoires de Oin-Oin (1955) (track 14)
À propos des Trois Baudets (1955) (track 1)
Le Moteur à escargots (1956) (track 10)
Le si est là (1958) (track 3)
Bretonnerie (en Islande) (1959) (track 6)
Le Discours (1959) (track 5)
L’Examen (1959) (track 19)
La Plupart du temps (1960) (track 7)
Le Timbre à 0 f 25 (1960) (track 9)
Les Contraventions (1960) (track 2)
Les Cours par correspondance (1960) (track 15)
L’Étymologie (1960) (track 4)
Elle est pas belle la vie ? (1961) (track 17)
La Bête (1961) (track 18)
recording of:
La Venoge (poème) (1957) (track 13)
La Pieuvre (1958) (track 16)