Françoise Hardy is the second studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy, released in October 1963 on LP by French label Disques Vogue (FH 1). Like of Hardy's earlier album, the album was released with no title, except for her name on the cover, and this album colloquially become known by the title of its most successful song, "Le Premier Bonheur du jour" ("The First Joy of the Day").
Françoise Hardy, live at L’Olympia, Paris, France; 1963 - 1965 This remarkable collection of live performances, originally broadcast on French Radio Europe 1’s ‘Musicorama’ Special, between 1963 and 1965, captures the iconic Françoise Hardy in her early prime. It includes many of her best-known songs, and confirms her position at the vanguard of contemporary yé-yé singers. It’s presented here together with background notes and images. More from Francoise Hardy. Meilleur De. Francoise Hardy.
12, 1963 Tracks B5 to B7 and B8 and B9 recorded on October 31, 1965.
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Francoise Hardy, Françoise Hardy - Original Album Series Germany - Import. Artist: Francoise Hardy, Françoise Hardy. Title: Original Album Series. Attributes: Germany - Import. Artist: Francoise Hardy. Title: Live In The Sixties.
I attended Françoise Hardy’s Book Launch for her autobiography, The Despair of Monkeys and Other Trifles at The Soho Grand. Ms. Hardy was not present, but the evening drew a Euro-centric crowd drinking cocktails while the DJ, who looked like a young Françoise Hardy circa 1965, spun French pop music. Copies of Hardy's book were courteously fanned out on the tables. Françoise Hardy is a French singer-songwriter best known for starting the yé-yé movement in pop music (the French answer to the Beatles’ English yeah! yeah! style) with her first hit, Tous les garcons et les filles
French singer, songwriter and fashion icon Françoise Hardy just released her 24th studio album, Personne d’autre, at the age of 74. But Hardy hadn’t initially planned on making this one at all. For many – very reasonable – reasons, I wasn’t planning on making another album, explained Hardy in a statement, But circumstances dictated otherwise. In the early ‘60s, Hardy was at the forefront of the yé-yé movement, itself a play on words of the chorus of the Beatles’ She Loves You that aimed to answer beat groups of the day. Her looks and unique style - a simple, bohemian and intriguingly androgynous look still copied today - made her a popular crush for rockers like Bob Dylan, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and more. But Hardy was no bubble-headed muse to real artists : every bit the equal of the rock n’ roll boys who’d pine over her, she worked her talent and brilliance on her own terms.
Françoise Hardy’s dreamy debut album, recorded when she was just eighteen, features ‘Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles’ (All The Boys And Girls), a song that was less a hit than a social phenomenon. The single sold five million copies worldwide. The public responded to Françoise’ disarming naturalness; her singular, understated voice; the combination of intensity, intelligence and mystery. And the way she so effortlessly combined simplicity with sophistication. In the period when these recordings were made – before he became an international singing star – Sacha was widely considered to be the finest jazz guitarist in France, winning many polls and recording prolifically.
|A1||Comments - Ça A Raté||4:17|
|A2||J'ai Jeté Mon Coeur||2:43|
|A4||Ton Meilleur Ami - Comments||4:49|
|A5||Je Pense à Lui||1:44|
|A6||Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour||2:00|
|A7||Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles||3:06|
|A8||Le Temps De L'Amour - Comments||4:03|
|B1||Mon Amie La Rose - Comments||2:30|
|B2||Comme Tant D'autres||2:25|
|B3||Comments - Je N'Attends Plus Personne||4:00|
|B4||L'Amitié - Comments||3:59|
|B7||Le Temps Des Souvenirs - Comments||2:09|
|B8||Ce Petit Coeur||1:45|
|B9||L'Amitié - Comments||2:42|
|B10||Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles - Comments||3:26|
NotesEurope 1 radio broadcast "Musicorama' Special: Live 1963-1965"
L'Olympia, Paris, France
Comments by Jean-Claude Brialy
Tracks A1 to A4 and B10 recorded on February 3, 1963
Tracks A5 to A8 recorded on November 24, 1963
Tracks A9 to B2 recorded on August 1, 1965
Tracks B3 and B4 recorded on October 12, 1963
Tracks B5 to B7 and B8 and B9 recorded on October 31, 1965
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