Francoise Hardy Mon Amie La Rose 45rpm LP
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Francoise Madeleine Hardy became an international sensation during the early
1960s through her popular releases on Disques Vogue, the French jazz label that
began showcasing chanson. Born in 1944 and raised in a single-parent household
in the bustling Opera district of Paris, she had little contact with her father,
though his gift of a guitar when she graduated high school aided her musical
development. Charles Trenet and Cora Vaucaire were early influences, along with
Elvis, Cliff Richard, The Everley Brothers, Paul Anka, Marty Wilde and Connie
Francis, as heard on Radio Luxembourg. Answering a newspaper and recruiting
unknown singers while a freshman at the Sorbonne, Hardy signed to Disques Vogue
in late 1961, scoring an instant success with single B-side, "Tous Les Garcons
Et Les Filles", which brought her to the forefront of the Ye-ye movement,
melding chanson with Anglophone rock and pop. Mon Amie La Rose, her fourth
album, was released in 1964. Backed by the Charles Blackwell Orchestra, the
album contains "Dans Le Monde Entier", which became a huge chart hit in English
as "All Over the World".
• 45rpm Vinyl
1. Je Veux Qu'll Revienne
2. Tu N'As Qu'Un Mot A Dire
3. Tu Ne Dis Rien
4. Et Meme
5. Pourtant tu M'Aimes
1. Je N'Attends Plus Personne
2. La Nuit Est Sur La Ville
3. Pas Gentille
4. Dans Le Monde Entier
5. Nous Etions Amies
6. Mon Amie La Rose