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Gilles Thibaut

tr, 1927-2000 FR, Paris
Musician of Jazz
A.k.a. Lucien Thibaut

French lyricist, born 21 September 1927 in Paris, died 8 August 2000 in La Hauteville (Yvelines). During the 1950's, he played trumpet in jazz bands (including his own orchestra). From 1965, he started writing lyrics to songs recorded by Johnny Hallyday, Claude François, France Gall, Sylvie Vartan, Michel Sardou, ...

  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Soundtrack

Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
What Did I Do To Be so Black and BlueGérard Badini, Gilles Thibaut, Claude Gousset, Colette Magny2002Album
CinémascopeGilles Thibaut Joue, Avec Jacques Denjean Et Son Orchestre1959Album
Dansez Avec... Jacques DenjeanGilles Thibaut Invité Par Jacques Denjean Et Son OrchestreSingle
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