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Et Meme - Françoise Hardy - The Best Of Françoise Hardy (Cassette)

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  1. Françoise Hardy lyrics with translations: L'amitié, Tous les garçons et les filles, Comment te dire adieu?, Le temps de l'amour, Mon amie la rose, Fleur de Lune.
  2. Françoise Madeleine Hardy is a French singer-songwriter. She made her musical debut in the early s on Disques Vogue and found immediate success with her.
  3. Françoise Hardy; Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles / Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour / Mon Amie La Rose / L’Amitié / La Maison Ou J’Ai Grandi The Best Albums of the s. The Best.
  4. Françoise Hardy is a pop and fashion icon celebrated as a French national treasure. With her signature breathy alto, she was one of the earliest and most definitive French participants in the yé-yé movement (a style of pop music that initially emerged from Italy, Switzerland, Spain, and Portugal before spreading to France in the early s).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Françoise Hardy on Discogs/5(14).
  6. AllMusic Review by John Bush. The French three-disc Collection presents as expansive a look at the '60s recording peak of Françoise Hardy as fans will find most anywhere. Leading off with her earliest hits, "Tous les Garçons et les Filles" and "Oh Oh Chéri," the set compiles 60 tracks, taking the listener through Hardy 's best material, including much of her self-penned hits ("Ce Petit Coeur," "Comme").
  7. The '60s French chanteuse Francoise Hardy was considered to be one of the original Ye-Ye girls but she was also a true artiste. This solid collection from is as a good a place to start as any, and includes her first smash hit, "Tous Les Garcons et Les Filles," a notably stark, serious debut for any kind of pop singer, and definitely a harbinger of substantial things to come.
  8. Once the doyen of the so-called yé-yé movement in France, the singer and fashion model Françoise Hardy was at the epicentre of modern French culture and remains an iconic figure from the late s. Hardy herself eschews celebrity and has always declared herself uncomfortable to be in the public eye. She began her music career after spending a year at the Sorbonne and signed a recording.

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