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Françoise Hardy was one of the spearheads of the yé-yé movement that took over France in the early 1960s. And yet, her relationship with this current has not always been straightforward… Among these slows, walks and twists, there are some hits like "Tous les garçons et les filles" and "Mon amie la rose", as well as other songs with absolute charm that are...

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Title Artist Album Duration
1
Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles (Slow)
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy (Tous les garçons et les filles) 00:03:07

Unknown, Producer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Composer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Arranger - Françoise Hardy, Performer - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

2
Mon amie la rose
Françoise Hardy The Real... Françoise Hardy 00:02:15

Françoise Hardy, Main Artist - Jacques Lacome, Composer - C. Caulier, Lyricist - Blackwell , Arranger

(P) 1964 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

Unknown, Producer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Composer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Arranger - Françoise Hardy, Performer - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

4
Je N'Attends Plus Personne
Françoise Hardy The Vogue Years 00:03:05

Blackwell, Arranger - Ciacci, Composer - Ciacci, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Performer - Meccia, Composer - Meccia, Lyricist

(P) 1964, Disques Vogue

5
Avant de t'en aller
Françoise Hardy The Best of 00:01:54

Françoise Hardy, Performer, Composer, Writer - Paul Anka, Composer, Writer

Beyond Recognition

6
Je changerais d'avis (Se Telefonando)
Françoise Hardy The Real... Françoise Hardy 00:02:51

Françoise Hardy, Adapter, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Gaetano De Chiara, Lyricist - Maurizio Costanzo, Lyricist - Ennio Morricone, Composer - Jacques Lanzmann, Adapter - Johnny Harris, Arranger - Unknown, Producer

(P) 1966 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

7
On dit de lui
Françoise Hardy The Best of 00:02:43

Françoise Hardy, Performer - Christopher Don, Composer, Writer - Don Stirling, Composer, Writer - Gary Temkin, Composer, Writer

Beyond Recognition

8
Le temps de l'amour (Fox Medium)
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy (Tous les garçons et les filles) 00:02:24

Jacques Dutronc, Composer - Jacques Dutronc, Lyricist - Morisse, Composer - Morisse, Lyricist - Roger Gustave Samyn, Arranger - Salvet, Composer - Salvet, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Vocal

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

Trammell, Composer - Trammell, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Arranger - Jil et Jan, Lyricist - Jil et Jan, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Performer

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

10
Il est des choses
Françoise Hardy The Real... Françoise Hardy 00:02:29

Françoise Hardy, Adapter, Main Artist - Edoardo Vianello, Composer - Blackwell , Arranger - Unknown, Producer - Sabato, Composer

(P) 1966 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

11
Je veux qu'il revienne
Françoise Hardy The Real... Françoise Hardy 00:02:39

Françoise Hardy, Adapter, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Charles Vincent Blackwell, Composer, Lyricist - Blackwell , Arranger

(P) 1964 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

12
Ce petit coeur
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy (L'amitié) 00:02:10

Blackwell, Arranger - Unknown, Producer - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Vocal

(P) 1965 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

13
L'amour d'un garçon
Françoise Hardy The Best of 00:02:09

Françoise Hardy, Performer, Composer, Writer - Burt Bacharach, Composer, Writer

Beyond Recognition

14
Je Serai Là Pour Toi
Françoise Hardy The Vogue Years 00:02:23

Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Performer - Johnny Harris, Arranger - Unknown, Producer

(P) 1966, Disques Vogue

15
Va Pas Prendre Un Tambour
Françoise Hardy The Vogue Years 00:02:44

Françoise Hardy, Performer - Hendrix, Arranger - Jacques Dutronc, Composer - Jacques Dutronc, Lyricist - Vidalin, Composer - Vidalin, Lyricist

(P) 1963, Disques Vogue

16
Je Suis D'accord (Twist)
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy (Tous les garçons et les filles) 00:02:03

Unknown, Producer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Composer - Roger Gustave Samyn, Arranger - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Performer

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

17
La maison où j'ai grandi
Françoise Hardy The Real... Françoise Hardy 00:03:37

Françoise Hardy, Main Artist - Luciano Beretta, Composer, Lyricist - Miki Del Prete, Composer, Lyricist - Eddy Marnay, Composer, Lyricist - Celentano, Composer, Lyricist - Blackwell , Arranger - Unknown, Producer

(P) 1966 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

18
Dans Le Monde Entier
Françoise Hardy The Vogue Years 00:02:29

Blackwell, Arranger - Françoise Hardy, Composer - Françoise Hardy, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Performer

(P) 1964 Disques Vogue SA

19
It's Getting Late (Remastered)
Françoise Hardy In English 00:01:38

Françoise Hardy, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Unknown, Producer - Meredith, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2009 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

20
Le temps des souvenirs
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy (L'amitié) 00:02:30

Blackwell, Composer - Blackwell, Lyricist - Blackwell, Arranger - Vidalin, Composer - Vidalin, Lyricist - Datin, Composer - Datin, Lyricist - Françoise Hardy, Performer

(P) 1965 Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

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Françoise Hardy was one of the spearheads of the yé-yé movement that took over France in the early 1960s. And yet, her relationship with this current has not always been straightforward… Among these slows, walks and twists, there are some hits like "Tous les garçons et les filles" and "Mon amie la rose", as well as other songs with absolute charm that are timeless.

Hardy yé-yé

by Nicolas Magenham

Françoise Hardy was one of the spearheads of the yé-yé movement that took over France in the early 1960s. And yet, her relationship with this current has not always been straightforward…

So everything went really fast for the singer: in April 1962 she recorded the aforementioned EP, on June 5th she appeared once again on television, on the show Le Petit Conservatoire, and released an album that did very well (2,000 copies sold in three months). The sales exploded during autumn of that same year thanks to another appearance on the ORTF on October 28th, 1962, right when the French population was eagerly waiting in front of their TVs for the results of the referendum on the election of the President by direct universal suffrage. In view of this success, Vogue decided to release a 33 rpm record, featuring all of the initial 45 rpm album tracks, as well as eight new songs. Françoise Hardy was one of the symbols of the yé-yé movement, but she was also able to free herself from its codes, on the one hand because her repertoire wasn’t only made up of covers – far from it –, and on the other, because she was attracted by a form of melancholy, and therefore by ballads and slows far removed from the frenzied rhythms generally associated with yé-yé (even if this music current does encapsulate all genres). Among the songs on this now legendary album are featured one of her biggest hits Tous les garçons et les filles, as well as gems such as Je suis d’accord, composed entirely by herself.

Françoise Hardy stands out through her androgynous physique that led her to occasionally pose for famous photographers and fashion designers: she was dressed, among others, by Courrèges, Yves Saint Laurent and Paco Rabanne, whose metal dress is still etched in the minds of many! She was also sought after by filmmakers such as Roger Vadim (Nutty, Naughty Chateau), Jean-Daniel Pollet (A Bullet Through the Heart), John Frankenheimer (Grand Prix) and Clive Donner (What’s New Pussycat?). Much like the other “idols” of that time, Françoise Hardy was more than a singer, she was also a role model for these Yé-yés of the baby-boomer generation. In a Gaullist France where the morals and virtues were about to be turned upside down, the young generation was, as soon as the early 1960s, in search of a certain form of freedom, that a singer like Françoise Hardy embodied perfectly.

In October 1963 she released a second album titled Le Premier Bonheur du jour that featured a song composed by Jacques Dutronc (Va pas prendre un tambour) as well as covers of Paul Anka (Avant de t’en aller) and Burt Bacharach (L’Amour d’un garçon). A year later, she followed it up with Mon Amie la rose, recorded in London with English musicians and arrangers. Françoise Hardy authored all the lyrics, except for Mon Amie la rose, written by Cécile Caulier. And during autumn 1965, she released La maison où j’ai grandi that owes some songs to Eddy Marnay and Jacques Lanzmann for the lyrics, and Ennio MorriconeAndré Popp and Adriano Celentano for the music. The cosmopolitan nature of the credits on this album is proof of Françoise Hardy’s success abroad, in particular in Great Britain, Germany and Italy. In 1966 she even recorded for the English-speaking market an album written entirely in English (Françoise Hardy Sings In English), that features eight adaptations of her biggest French successes. Despite countless hit songs, Françoise Hardy willingly admits today being rather disappointed by her early recordings. A way for her to disavow her yé-yé days – a current that hasn’t always had good press because of its very formatted aspect? However she recognises the melodic attributes of many artists of this era. Regardless her 1967 album Ma jeunesse fout le camp was a first important turn for her, and a definite goodbye to the current that certainly contributed to her success, but to which she has always maintained an ambiguous connection.

Translated by Cécile Kleszcz.

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