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Ma Jeunesse Fout Le Camp
Françoise Hardy
Ma Jeunesse Fout Le Camp
Genres: World Music, Pop, Rock
 
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Fench-pop superstar's 1967 album. 12 tracks of classy grace with ornate period production. Includes her classic composition 'Voila'. 1995 release. Limited edition digipak.

      
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All Artists: Françoise Hardy
Title: Ma Jeunesse Fout Le Camp
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Virgin France
Release Date: 3/6/1996
Album Type: Import
Genres: World Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: Europe, Continental Europe, Oldies, Vocal Pop, Euro Pop, French Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724384063726

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Album Description
Fench-pop superstar's 1967 album. 12 tracks of classy grace with ornate period production. Includes her classic composition 'Voila'. 1995 release. Limited edition digipak.
 

CD Reviews

Her Most Main-stream Album!
Morten Vindberg | Denmark | 10/14/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Francoise Hardy's sixth Vogue album "Ma Jeunesse fout le camp", originally released in 1967, may well be her least interesting 1960's release. Not that it's a bad album; her well-known appealing melancholy is all over it. It can be hard though, to distinguish several tracks from each other, and quite a few tracks suffer from too much orchestration; all in all making it her most main-stream pop-album.

Hardy only wrote about half of the songs, and in most cases her own songs stand out. Though the title track is quite nice, the first track that really woke me up was "Qui Peut Dire" which is the first track that allows electric guitar and drums to come forward; written by Hardy and the only track produced by her husband Jacques Dutronc. Another stand-out is her own "Mais il y a des soirs", in spite of quite heavy strings. "Voila" is another memorable track; a melody and an arrangement that would have fitted the early Dusty Springfield perfectly.

A good album; no more."
Well i'll be damned
wixtrom | 09/10/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Let's just say that if you're into Dusty Springfield, Scott Walker, Arthur Lee & Love, Shangri-Las or the like and you are unfamiliar with Francoise Hardy...check this out immediately. The orchestra stabbed me, the guitars electrocuted me and Francoise Hardys singing kicked... Literally."
NUMBER 6 ORIGINAL IN FRENCH
alain robert | ST-HUBERT,QUÉBEC | 02/07/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Even if i prefer the previous opus of 1966,i also like this one that includes electric guitar backgrounds on a few tunes.FRANCOISE's romantism is still ever present throughout ,and she does sound more pop on this one without falling on the rock banana.I have never seen a more beautiful album cover.Does she look fabulous at 23 ? MA JEUNESSE FOUT LE CAMP and VOILA were the hits,but for me LA FIN DE L'ÉTÉ is the absolute clinger.It seems that that tune resumes FRANCOISE's life up to that time."