Charles Aznavour on the perils of fame, learning from Piaf, and loving Montreal

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The French singer and songwriter Charles Aznavour died this week at the age of 94. During his 80-year career, he sold more than 180 million records, and was named entertainer of the century by CNN in 1998. In 1974, Charles Aznavour dropped by the studios of the CBC Radio program "This Country in the Morning," where he was interviewed by a starstruck, very young host called Michael Enright.

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