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1 - HARDY, FRANCOISE - FRANCOISE HARDY (CLEAR) - (LP) 
DESTINATION MOON


TRACKLISTING: 01. Tous Les Garons Et Les Filles 02. Ca A Rate 03. La Fille Avec Toi 04. Ah Oh Cheri 05. Le Temps De L'amour 06. Il Est Tout Pour Moi 07. On Se Plait 08. Ton Meilleur Ami 09. J'ai Jete Mon Coeur 10. Il Est Parti Un Jour 11. J'suis D;accord 12. Cest A L'amour Auquel Je Pense


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 09-07-2021
Référence : 549913     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 20,00 EUR


2 - HARDY, FRANCOISE - L'AMITIE - (CD) 
FUTURE DAYS


A mix of Hardys own songs, Blackwells songs, and tracks from writers including Jean-Max Riviere and Grard Bourgeois (who wrote the title track), the sound focused on stirring, heavy pop, not least in the yearning "L'Amitie." "Im still very proud of L'Amitie," says Francoise, whos wont to undervalue her own work. "The French lyrics are so very moving."Between 1962 and 1966, Francoise Hardy released one French-language album per year. Each, strictly speaking, was eponymously titled, and each was collected from a series of contemporary four-track, seven-inch, picture-sleeve EPs-pop musics main format in France, known as le super 45. In them, we see the maturing of one of the decades most singular talents-a pop singer with the heart of a chanteuse, a singer-songwriter in an age before such a thing was known, and a style icon who valued privacy and modesty. Remastered from the original tapes, Future Days present the first five Francoise Hardy albums in their original French format, on deluxe LP and CD.By 1965, Franoise Hardy was truly international. Shed hung out with The Beatles and The Stones, played high-profile shows in London, established a working relationship with British producer Charles Blackwell, and appeared in the film What's New Pussycat? She was also a fashion icon seen in the pages of Marie Claire and Vogue and on the cover of Elle, and her first US album was issued that year.In France, Hardy was to release album number four, the second album to be recorded in London, where her celebrity was rapidly growing-at odds with her natural shyness. "In London, it was the first time Id been made to think I had a certain charm or charisma," she says now. "Thanks to the time in England, I became aware I could be seductive." LAmiti, with its evocative, close-up album cover and late-night sound, is the result.Produced by Jacques Wolfsohn alongside arranger Charles Blackwell, the sessions were notable for some distracting visitors. "Mick Jagger was there a few times with various entourages of his at Pye [Studios]," recalls Blackwell. "There was a long seat in front of the mixing desk where they used to sit."Hardy was, however, not the epitome of the swinging 60s idyll; she was an intellectual, into yoga and Buddhism and astrology, and she still noted French chanson singers George Brassens and Jacques Brel as favorites alongside Elvis, Dionne Warwick, and The Rolling Stones.Despite her new links to the world of fashion, the tentative steps into film, the growing international awareness, and the attention she brought sheerly through her presence, music remained Franoise's focus, and her fourth album more than demonstrated this.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Ce Petit Coeur 02. Il Se Fait Tard 03. Tout Ce Qu'on M'a Dit 04. L'amitie 05. En T'attendant 06. Je T'aime 07. Non Ce N'est Pas Un Rêve 08. Quel Mal Y A-t-il A Ca? 09. Tu Peux Bien 10. Le Temps Des Souvenirs 11. Je Pensais 12. Dis Lui Non


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-10-2015
Référence : 480247     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 18,00 EUR


3 - HARDY, FRANCOISE - LA MAISON OU J'AI GRANDI - (CD) 
FUTURE DAYS


Yearning songs delivered with an intimate authority, at odds with the perception of Hardy in Britain and beyond, where she was seen as an ultra-fashionable, ultra-hip Parisian sophisticate, but totally in line with everything shed ever striven for musically.Between 1962 and 1966, Francoise Hardy released one French-language album per year. Each, strictly speaking, was eponymously titled, and each was collected from a series of contemporary four-track, seven-inch, picture-sleeve EPs-pop musics main format in France, known as le super 45. In them, we see the maturing of one of the decades most singular talents-a pop singer with the heart of a chanteuse, a singer-songwriter in an age before such a thing was known, and a style icon who valued privacy and modesty. Remastered from the original tapes, Future Days present the first five Francoise Hardy albums in their original French format, on deluxe LP and CD.Hardys fifth album was a collection of English-language recordings. For her next, released in October 1966, the focus was back on her home market in France, where things were changing quickly. Writing much of her own material was no longer a novelty-her future partner, Jacques Dutronc, was doing the same, and artists like Antoine were following Dylans lead.1966 was the year Hardy met Dylan, who demanded an audience with her at his Paris gig and later performed for her at a party. "It was only later that it occurred to me that he was singing I Want You because he actually wanted me," she says. Francoise said Dylan was not part of her world. As La Maison Ou JAi Grandi proved, Hardys world was perfect and fleshed out and set-five albums in, she had a sound, mood, and feel all her own.Recorded in London, the hit "La Maison Ou JAi Grandi" solidified what Hardy did best: marrying French chanson songs to epic production influenced by Phil Spector, Dusty Springfield, and George Martin; the toweringly powerful "Je Changerais Davis," which opens the LP, is a prime example.Though Hardy had formed a strong working relationship with producer Chris Blackwell, nine of the twelve tracks were arranged by Johnny Harris, known for his work with Petula Clark and Tom Jones. Although the artist and language were French, the album drew from an internationalist, polyglot world-six tracks were penned by Hardy, the remainder cherry-picked from French, British, and Italian songwriters.And despite its varied sources, the album was a cogent artistic statement. Francoise had returned to acoustic sounds like with her earliest songs, accompanying herself on a Spanish guitar, and was reasserting her own vision of her music.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Je Changerais D'avis (se Telefonando) 02. Si C'est Ca 03. Rendez-vous D'automne 04. Je Serai Là Pour Toi 05. Peut-être Que Je T'aime 06. Il Est Des Choses 07. Comme 08. Mes Jours S'en Vont 09. Qu'ils Sont Heureux 10. Surtout Ne Vous Retournez Pas 11. Tu Es Un Peu A Moi 12. La Maison Où J'ai Grandi (il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck)


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 17-11-2015
Référence : 480250     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 18,00 EUR


4 - HARDY, FRANCOISE - LE PREMIER BONHEUR DU JOUR - (CD) 
FUTURE DAYS


For the tracks on Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour, Hardy was produced by arranger Marcel Hendrix. As well as her own compositions, "L'Amour D'Un Garon" saw Hardy adapt Burt Bacharach and Hal Davids "The Love Of A Boy." In a contemporary interview, she said she would not perform songs where there was no sense of the words touching her intimately. "A song-it is your own story, or it is nothing," she said.Between 1962 and 1966, Francoise Hardy released one French-language album per year. Each, strictly speaking, was eponymously titled, and each was collected from a series of contemporary four-track, seven-inch, picture-sleeve EPs-pop musics main format in France, known as le super 45. In them, we see the maturing of one of the decades most singular talents-a pop singer with the heart of a chanteuse, a singer-songwriter in an age before such a thing was known, and a style icon who valued privacy and modesty. Remastered from the original tapes, Future Days present the first five Francoise Hardy albums in their original French format, on deluxe LP and CD.Like her 1962 debut, the cover of the following years Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour had Hardy staring enigmatically at the listener. On the album itself, the sound had changed in line with Hardys solidifying vision and voice; where Tous Les Garons Et Les Filles was produced by a series of collaborators who struggled to understand her style, Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour gave fans the most significant insight so far into the identity of Francoise Hardy.In 1963, at a time when Serge Gainsbourg was tentatively dipping a toe into pop and the term ye-ye was only just being coined, Hardy was a rare thing: a singer-songwriter with heaps of her own material but not a folk singer in any sense. Hers was pop music that took the weight of chanson on its shoulders. Here, "Comme Tant DAutres" says, "I know well that life is short, and Ive been around"-hardly "She loves you, yeah yeah yeah."It was another year before Hardys records were issued in Britain and another year before she started to brush up against the likes of Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and The Stones, but life was changing for the 19-year-old.Her unique sound would take her far, despite admitting now that she "had no ambition. At the beginning, my ambition was to record something. I thought anything outside France was an impossible dream, but I did what I could to make it come true. It was like a current that carried me."

TRACKLISTING: 01. Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour 02. Va Pas Prendre Un Tambour 03. Saurai-je? 04. Toi, Je Ne T'oublierai Pas 05. Avant De T'en Aller 06. Comme Tant D'autres 07. J'aurais Voulu 08. Nous Tous 09. L'amour D'un Garon 10. Le Sais-tu? 11. L'amour Ne Dure Pas Toujours 12. On Dit De Lui


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-10-2015
Référence : 480243     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 18,00 EUR


5 - HARDY, FRANCOISE - MON AMIE LA ROSE - (CD) 
FUTURE DAYS


Hardy, working with arranger Charles Blackwell, a former protg of Joe Meek, set about creating a new interpretation of her glacial, existentially yearning music: part pop, part chanson, part soul music. On one hand, she was marrying yearning melodies with lyrics examining feelings of otherness. On the other, she was interpreting the music coming from Britain and America-both that of Phil Spector and country, too. Blackwell was the first arranger with whom Hardy was happy, and Mon Amie La Rose was the first album she thought of as more than an afterthought. "She chose her own songs and was very in control," says Blackwell. "She was very much a perfectionist."Between 1962 and 1966, Francoise Hardy released one French-language album per year. Each, strictly speaking, was eponymously titled, and each was collected from a series of contemporary four-track, seven-inch, picture-sleeve EPs-pop musics main format in France, known as le super 45. In them, we see the maturing of one of the decades most singular talents-a pop singer with the heart of a chanteuse, a singer-songwriter in an age before such a thing was known, and a style icon who valued privacy and modesty. Remastered from the original tapes, Future Days present the first five Francoise Hardy albums in their original French format, on deluxe LP and CD.Following the French success of 1962s Tous Les Garons Et Les Filles and 1963s Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour, 1964 was the year Hardy went truly international. Having competed in the Eurovision Song Contest and acted in a Roger Vadim film, this was the year Dylan dedicated a poem to her on the sleeve of Another Side and the year she ventured to Britain to record English language songs for the first time.Hardys first three French EPs of the year, from which just "Pourtant Tu Maimes" appears on Mon Amie La Rose, were largely recorded on home soil with Paris-based arranger Mickey Baker. After the third, Franoise changed tack, abandoned French studios and arrangers, and headed to Londons Pye Studios. She would not record again in France until 1968, instead employing a series of British producers and musicians that even included then-studio guitarist Jimmy Page."It was very difficult for me to convince my record company to go to London for the production because my artistic director was having lots of success with very bad arrangements," she says dryly. "Since they were having success with bad arrangements, they could continue like that."

TRACKLISTING: 01. Je Veux Qu'il Revienne 02. Tu N'as Qu'un Mot A Dire 03. Tu Ne Dis Rien 04. Et Même 05. Pourtant Tu M'aimes 06. Pars 07. Je N'attends Plus Personne 08. La Nuit Est Sur La Ville 09. Pas Gentille 10. Dans Le Monde Entier 11. Nous Etions Amies 12. Mon Amie La Rose


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 17-11-2015
Référence : 480246     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR



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