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Comment Te Dire Adieu


Download links and information about Comment Te Dire Adieu by Françoise Hardy / Francoise Hardy. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:05 minutes.

Artist: Françoise Hardy / Francoise Hardy
Release date: 1968
Genre: Rock, World Music, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:05
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No. Title Length
1. Comment te dire adieu (It Hurts To Say Goodbye) 2:26
2. Où Va La Chance 3:14
3. L'anamour 2:13
4. Suzanne 3:08
5. Il N'y a Pas d'amour Heureux 2:20
6. La Mésange 2:16
7. Parlez Moi De Lui 2:36
8. A Quoi Ça Sert 3:30
9. Il Vaut Mieux Une Petite Maison Dans Les Nuages 2:23
10. La Rue Des Coeurs Perdus 2:06
11. Etonnez-moi, Benoît (version single) 3:02
12. La Mer Les Étoiles Et Le Vent 1:51



French singer Francoise Hardy was one of the finest singers of the 1960s and onward. Her even-handed delivery managed to keep her emotions in check despite the fact that she fancied rainy Parisian days and songs where lovers are always leaving for far shores. This 1968 collection is another brilliantly arranged set with inspired covers such as Leonard Cohen’s “Suzanne” (before it became a constant staple everywhere), Phil Ochs’ “There But for Fortune” (“Où va la chance?”) and Serge Gainsbourg’s “L’anamour.” Hardy’s own compositions are in shorter supply, but no less entrancing. “A quoi ça sert?” begins sparely before wrapping itself up in a smooth orchestration. “La mer, les etoiles et le vent” flows like a gentle stream and reaches imaginative heights in under two minutes. French isn’t just the language of love but a language of fantastic musicality. A listener need not understand the words to know that the overall effect is one of great seduction and pleasure.