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Sylvie VartanSylvie – Salut Les Copains – The Beginning Of YeYe ... CD
Rev-Ola (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $12.99 18.98
A really cool collection of work from Sylvie Vartan – the female French singer who really helped set the scene on fire back in the 60s – and stood as one of the first to bridge the new rocking modes with an older style of French pop! As important as the music of Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco, and other postwar singers was at the time – Sylvie's music offered up a new sense of positive, upbeat vibes – music that at first borrowed heavily from American rock and roll, but which quickly found a voice of its own – a swinging, groovy style that's completely right on, and very very 60s. This set features over two dozen of Vartan's classics – all with a big booklet of notes in English – with titles that include "Baby C'Est Vous Les Vacances Se Suivent", "Dansons", "Moi Je Pense Encore A Toi", "Pourquoi Jamais Moi", "Le Petit Lascar", "Je Suis Libre", "Ne Le Deroois Pas", "Cri De Ma Vie", "Est-ce Que Tu Le Sais", "Le Loco-Motion", and "Comme L'Ete Dernier". CD
 
 
 



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