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Ma Jeunesse Fout L'camp

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Download links and information about Ma Jeunesse Fout L'camp by Françoise Hardy / Francoise Hardy. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:22 minutes.

Artist: Françoise Hardy / Francoise Hardy
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, World Music, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Ma Jeunesse Fout L'camp 3:07
2. Viens Là 2:30
3. Mon Amour Adieu 2:25
4. La Fin De L'été 2:41
5. En Vous Aimant Bien 2:18
6. Qui Peut Dire 2:07
7. Des Ronds Dans L'eau 2:25
8. Il N'y a Pas D'amour Heureux 2:25
9. Il Est Trop Loin 3:54
10. Mais Il Y a Des Soirs 2:13
11. Voilà 3:22
12. C'était Charmant 1:55

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For those of us in the American market, the music of Francoise Hardy conveys its beauty without the literal affections of English-speaking singer-songwriters. Hardy has done a fair share of recording in English, but there is minimal difference. Hardy’s voice is what one thinks of when imagining Parisian pop. Her voice is beautifully even-tempered with a touch of melancholia as the songs do prefer that lovers depart. The arrangements are tasteful, yet wonderfully ornate, with strings and flutes orchestrating the rainy landscapes. The title track is a sweet melody common to female singers of the era. For many reasons, Marianne Faithfull was considered Hardy’s British counterpart. For 1967, the album is also influenced to a mild degree by the art-song construction of Judy Collins’ mid-‘60s work. However, with only “Il est trop loin” coming near the four-minute mark, most of Hardy’s tunes are aimed at the compact beauty of the pop song. “La fin de l’été,” “En vous aimant bien” and “Voilà” are just about perfect.