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Pop A Paris Vol 3 – C'est La Mode

LP (Item 65850) Universal (France), Late 60s — Condition: New Copy
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A secret world of 60s pop – long-lost treasures from the Paris scene! The package is one of 5 great volumes in the stellar Pop A Paris series – a much-needed look at the incredible work being done by 60s artists in the French scene – some of whom hit international fame, lots of others who were only the province of the lucky French listeners at the time. These guys know pop better than most – and the tunes are all wonderful vocal numbers with a really groovy sound – many in "jerk" or "psyche" modes, with loads of great instrumental touches! Titles include "Chanson Indienne" by France Gall, "J'Ai Des Problemes Decidement" by Violaine, "Le Grand Amour" by Nicoletta, "J'Ai Pas Eu Peur" by Pierre Doris, "C'Est La Mode" by Annie Philippe, "Ecoutez" by Elsa, "Mettez Une Cravate" by Peter Vann, "Le Saule Pleurer" by Michel Polnareff, and "L'Amour A Travers Et A Tort" by Anna St Clair.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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