Jean Cocteau - Reads His Poetry And Prose release

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Style of this release: Spoken Word music  Poetry music 
Genre of this release: Non-Music music  
Released at: This album was released on the label Caedmon Records (catalog number TC 1083)
This album was released in 1962 year. US
Format of the release is Vinyl , LP
Date of Copyright: (C) 1962

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Illustration Jean Cocteau
Track list:
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Reads His Poetry And Prose
A1 play Les Voleurs D'Enfants ?
A2 play Plain Chant ?
A3 play Hommage A Manolete ?
A4 play Un Ami Dort ?
B1 play Le Discours Du Sphinx ?
B2 play De L'Innocence Criminelle ?
B3 play De La Responsibilite, Selection ?
B4 play Le Paquet Rouge ?
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  • A1. Jean Cocteau - Les Voleurs D'Enfants↓ mp3
  • A2. Jean Cocteau - Plain Chant↓ mp3
  • A3. Jean Cocteau - Hommage A Manolete↓ mp3
  • A4. Jean Cocteau - Un Ami Dort↓ mp3
  • B1. Jean Cocteau - Le Discours Du Sphinx↓ mp3
  • B2. Jean Cocteau - De L'Innocence Criminelle↓ mp3
  • B3. Jean Cocteau - De La Responsibilite, Selection↓ mp3
  • B4. Jean Cocteau - Le Paquet Rouge↓ mp3
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