Raoul de Godewaersvelde
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Raoul de Godewaersvelde (born Francis Albert Victor Delbarre) (1928 – 14 April 1977) was a French singer.
Born in Lille, he was a member of the group Les Capenoules.
In 1977, he committed suicide by hanging himself on a beam of a house under construction in front of the sea at Cap Gris Nez. He was 50 years old. He was buried in Audinghen, le Pas-de-Calais. A DVD directed by David Lang entitled La chanson de Raoul was prepared tracing the legacy of this great singer. Also artists from the region paid tribute to Raoul in two compilation albums name Un Hommach à vous ottes interpreting many of his famous songs.
His son Arnaud Delbarre was a bass player with the band Stocks from 1984 to 1986 and during its reformation from 2001 to 2003. Arnaud Delbarre became the director of Paris Olympia after being in charge of Zenith in Lille.
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- "Quand la mer monte"
- "P'tit quinquin"
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