Françoise Hardy - Musique Saoule mp3 album
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 Madeleine Hardy (French: ; born 17 January 1944) is a French singer-songwriter. She made her musical debut in the early 1960s on Disques Vogue and found immediate success with her song "Tous les garçons et les filles".
Musique Saoule (LP, Album). Musique Saoule (LP, Album, RE, RM). Parlophone, Warner Music France.
Musique Saoule (LP, Album, Promo).
Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. J'Ecoute De La Musique Saoule.
J'Écoute de la Musique Saoûle/Star. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Musique Saoule (1978). Album by Françoise Hardy. J'écoute De La Musique Saoule. was covered in. Don't You Shine Me On by Carole Fredericks (1979). J'écoute De La Musique Saoule by Liane Foly (2016). was remixed in. J'écoute De La Musique Saoule (Version Spéciale - Disco Mix) by Gabriel Yared (1978).
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 1960s). In all, the singer and producer/arranger cut four very successful albums together including J'Ecoute de la Musique Saoule (1978), Gin Tonic (1980), and A Suivre (1982, that was also the first of her albums to feature the talents of songwriter Jean Claude Vannier). The latter album featured two chart-topping singles in "Tamalou" and "Villégiature. Hardy crowned the new century with her second Virgin album, Clair-Obscur, in 2000. The set was marked by a wide range of songs from composers ranging from Django Reinhardt, Lubrano, and Daho to Eric Clapton and Don Everly.
Françoise Hardy is a 1965 studio album by the French pop singer Françoise Hardy. It was released in France in November 1965, on LP Disques Vogue (FH 3). Like many of Hardy's earlier albums, it was released with no title, except for her name on the cover but this album has therefore colloquially become known by the title of its most successful song, "L’Amitié" ("The Friendship"). Hardy is accompanied by the Charles Blackwell orchestra. Except as noted, lyrics and music were written by he. .Ce petit cœur" – 2:10.
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|1||J'Écoute La Musique Saoule||4:09|
|4||Brouillard Dans La Rue Corvisart
Featuring [Duet With] – Jacques Dutronc
|5||Tu M'Vois Plus Tu M'Sens Plus||2:47|
|6||Nous Deux, Nous Deux Et Rien D'Autre||3:39|
|7||Swing Au Pressing||2:36|
|9||Tip Tap (Tip Tap) T'Entends Mes Pas||3:10|
|10||Si Je Le Retrouve Un Jour||2:13|
|11||Beau Boeing Belle Caravelle||3:43|
- Record Company – Epic/Sony Records
- Producer, Conductor [Orchestra] – Gabriel Yared
- Written-By – A. Goldstein* (tracks: A2, B2, B4, B5), F. Hardy* (tracks: B3), G. Yared* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B3), M. Jonasz*
|2C 070-14697||Françoise Hardy||Musique Saoule (LP, Album)||Pathé||2C 070-14697||France||1978|
|25·3P-79||Françoise Hardy||Musique Saoule (LP, Album, Promo)||Epic||25·3P-79||Japan||1979|
|25·3P-79||Françoise Hardy||Musique Saoule (LP, Album, RE)||Epic||25·3P-79||Japan||1979|
|none||F Hardy*||F Hardy (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Pathé||none||France||1978|
|1C 064-14697||Françoise Hardy||Musique Saoule (LP, Album)||EMI||1C 064-14697||Germany||1978|