Released as his second album, Nino Ferrer's 1967 release, Le Telefon, was in fact a compilation of singles and EP tracks made in the period between 1965 and 1967. The spine tickling results surpass earlier interpretations of James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" ("Si Tu M'Aimes Encore") and the blues standard "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" ("Le Millionnaire") with ease. Equally spectacular are some instant mod classics, where Ferrer and Estardy go way beyond "Les Cornichons" (for which they used James Booker's "Big Nick" as a template) to come up with the impossibly catchy title track to this compilation
Nino Agostino Arturo Maria Ferrari, known as Nino Ferrer (1934–1998), was an Italian-French singer, songwriter, and author. Nino Ferrer was born on 15 August 1934 in Genoa, Italy, but lived the first years of his life in New Caledonia (an overseas territory of France in the southwest Pacific Ocean), where his father, an engineer, was working. Jesuit religious schooling, first in Genoa and later in Paris, left him with a lifelong aversion to the Church
Composer: Nino Ferrer Lyricist: Nino Ferrer Vocals: Nino Ferrer Performing Orchestra: La Bande à Ferrer.
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