November 29, 2020
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Juliette Gréco, Grande Dame of Chanson Française, Dies at 93 – The New York Times

That was the beginning. The first song she recorded, Je Suis Comme Je Suis, was released in 1951. Her first album, Juliette Gréco Chante Ses Derniers Succès, appeared the next year. But her star-defining triumph was her 1954 concert at Olympia Hall in Paris, after a tour of the United States and South America. During the performance she introduced Je Hais les Dimanches (I Hate Sundays), a new number by a young songwriter, Charles Aznavour.
Ms. Gréco had made her film debut even before her singi…

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