Sunday, May 22, 2016

Jacques Dutronc (Self-Titled)


Year : 1966
Label : Vogue
Genre : Rock, Chanson Française
Style : Psychedelic, Beat

The year 1966, may be considered as the French rock birth act whose Jacques Dutronc was one of its most representative. Co-written with Claude Lanzmann, the Dutronc's debut album fuses Garage Rock, Psychedelia, Folk Rock music (L'opération) & African Chant (La Compadade). It is a must of the French Pop which recycles British & US Rock success, even borrowing some familiar tunes to The Rolling Stones, The Kinks or The Yardbirds, as evidenced "La Fille Du Père Noël" which shares the same riff as Bo Diddley on "I'm A Man". Between 1966-1975, Jacques Dutronc recorded seven albums for Vogue, taking over his predecessors Yé-Yé (a typical french musical pop genre), the French Dandy  is more provocative such as Serge Gainsbourg, using confusing humorous lyrics, wordplay with irreverence, cynicism and irony. Most of the songs are iconic, future standards of the french Pop and were hits during the sixties :  Les Play-Boys, Les Cactus, Et Moi, et Moi, et Moi, On Nous Cache Tout, On Nous Dit Rien, La Fille Du Père NoëlMini-Mini-Mini.

01. Les Play-Boys
02. L'espace D'une Fille 
03. Sur Une Nappe De Restaurant
04. J'ai Mis Un Tigre Dans Ma Guitare 
05. Les Cactus 2:39
06. Et Moi, et Moi, et Moi 
07. L'Opération 
08. On Nous Cache Tout, On Nous Dit Rien 
09. La Fille Du Père Noël 
10. Les Gens Sont fous, Les Temps Sont Flous 
11. La Compapade 
12. Mini-Mini-Mini 

 
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