A seminal album of the French yé-yé era, Françoise Hardy's self-titled 1962 full-length debut, released in the U.S. as the "Yeh-Yeh" Girl from Paris! in 1966, appeared shortly after her 1962 debut single Oh Oh Chéri/J'suis D'accord. The success of this album, along with it's hit "Tous les Garçons et les Filles," made the 18-year-old French bombshell a huge star in Europe and an icon of the French fashion and music industries. Along with other yé-yé girls of the '60s like Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot, France Gall, and Sylvie Vartan, Hardy exuded a kind of sexy innocence that made French women the most liberated and the most desired in the world.
"A1. Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles
A2. Ça a Raté
A3. La Fille Avec Toi
A4. Oh Oh Chéri
A5. Le Temps de L'amour
A6. Il Est Tout Pour Moi
B1. on Se Plait
B2. Ton Meilleur Ami
B3. J'ai Jeté Mon Coeur
B4. Il Est Parti Un Jour
B5. J'suis D'accord
B6. C'est a L'amour Auquel Je Pense"
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