Françoise Madeleine Hardy was born on January 17, 1944 in Paris. An introverted teenager in an evanescent family structure, the song is for her a real escape, even a therapy.
The face of the sixties with her timeless hit "All boys and girls"
The world of operetta fascinates her, she sings for herself arias that give her courage.
Along with writing songs, she has an interest in astrology, which she sees as a complement to psychology.
Claude Nougaro, born September 9, 1929 in Toulouse and died March 4, 2004 in Paris 5th arrondissement, is a French singer-songwriter and poet.
A great lover of jazz, Latin and African music, playing on the musicality of words, he has applied himself throughout his career, in an unusual marriage of genres, to uniting French song, poetry and rhythm.
Renaud Séchan, dit Renaud, born May 11, 1952 in Paris, is a French singer-songwriter. With twenty-six albums sold, totaling nearly twenty million copies sold, he is one of the most popular singers in France. So here is Renaud who, with his flowery tongue, tells us about the monsters of nightmares, the ten-year-old friends with funny first names, the one who adds up the "bullshit" and the other who likes nothing, the absolute sulky. It was someone close to the singer who involuntarily gave him the idea for this song
The general public discovers a young woman singer-songwriter and pianist who sings original texts, with dreamlike accents on new and modern music with very Anglo-Saxon arrangements. The success is immediate, both in France and in Canada. In France, the single 45 rpm Besoin de personne has sold more than 100,000 copies. Véronique Sanson, born April 24, 1949 in Boulogne-Billancourt, is a French singer-songwriter and pianist. Véronique Sanson has obtained numerous prizes and decorations during her career, including three Victoires de la Musique and the Grand Médaille de la chanson française, awarded by the Académie française for her work as a whole. She is also an officer of the Order of Arts and Letters and a knight of the National Order of Merit.
Vinyl 45 EP & SP, 45 RPM, 7 Inches.