Classics - Remind us of the ones that still make you move


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No matter what happens next year, it can’t be worse than what’s happened in the last six months. A lot of real life admin has come to a stage where I should (hopefully) not just making cameo appearances and mopping up spam. It’ll be good to be back properly 🤞👍
Whenever you can, no expectation, just nice to see you whenever you're on here.


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Someone posted a video of them doing Top of the Pops with Last Train to Trancentral, and I'd completely forgotten I had this copy in storage in the garage, so immediately pulled it out and stuck it on.

THIS... JUST... NEVER... GETS.... OLD!!!

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First, let me apologise for the english of this message, i'm not to sure how to write it correctly, but i think it may be important.

This one is a bit peculiar. It's a song that was written in 1955 by Aragon for a French Resistant, Poet, Armenian exiled (Missak Manouchian) and his group that was murderer 80 years ago, in 1944, by the french fascist government. He, and his wife, were entombed 3 days ago in the French Pantheon during a national Homage. It was sang by a french group (Feu!Chattertone). The first one to sang this song was Leo Ferret.
Anyway, the two version of this song are ... beautiful and has so much meaning ...
I hope you'll like them, even if they are in french (the youtube translation is okay i guess ...) and you may not understand everything.

The version sang 3 days ago :

The original version sang by Leo Ferret :

And some references for the context :
Missak Manouchian :
The Red Poster (l'Affiche Rouge)
And the Pantheon, just in case ^^ :