Ace RecordsSKU: LP-XXQ2055


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In May 1968, Paris was burning. Out of the student uprising came a new wave in French music that matched the country’s mood – darker, and more introspective than yé-yé, France’s cultural revolution allowed the previously separate worlds of chanson, jazz, pop and film soundtracks to blend into each other. Laden with strings and sample-ready rhythm tracks, this new sound was exemplified by Serge Gainsbourg’s “Histoire De Melody Nelson”, but it wasn’t an isolated classic – this was a golden age for French pop.


A1 –Karl Heinz Schäfer  -La Victime (Part 1) 2:06
A2 –Mireille Darc - Hélicoptère 2:45
A3 –Bernard Lavilliers - Les Aventures Extraordinaires D'Un Billet De Banque 3:17
A4 –Janko Nilovic - Roses And Revolvers 3:38
A5 –Ilous & Decuyper -  L'Élu 2:42
A6 –Jacques Dutronc - La Métaphore 3:17

B1 –Brigitte Fontaine - Dommage Que Tu Sois Mort 2:23
B2 –Jean-Claude Vannier -  Les Gardes Volent Au Secours Du Roi (Alternate Version) 3:58
B3 –Nino Ferrer - Looking For You 5:52
B4 –Cortex - Chanson D'Un Jour D'Hiver 5:22
B5 –Françoise Hardy - Viens 2:13

C1 –Léonie - Couleurs 3:21
C2 –William Sheller - Leslie Simone 2:47
C3 –Triangle - Litanies 5:08
C4 –François De Roubaix -  Baleines 3:15
C5 –Jane Birkin - Encore Lui 2:23

D1 –Serge Gainsbourg - Evelyne 2:08
D2 –Léonie - Lilith 2:21
D3 –Ys -  Ystor 5:45
D4 –France Gall - Chanson Pour Que Tu M'Aimes Un Peu 2:24
D5 –Karl Heinz Schäfer -  La Victime (Part 2) 1:28
D6 –Romy Schneider & Michel Piccoli - La Chanson D'Hélène 2:47

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