20 tracks by one of the grooviest French arrangers of the 60s! Andre Popp is best known to the English speaking world for his late 60s, super-huge, easy instrumental hit "Love Is Blue" – but in France, Popp had his fingers in many different styles of music, from soundtracks, to vocal pop, and beyond! This great little set features some of the best of Popp's work from the late 60s and early 70s – including many tunes cut under his own name, with a mix of sparkling instrumentation, well arranged backings, and even some slight touches of funky easy grooves – plus tracks of his recorded by other artists, including a few of our favorite female pop singers! Titles include "Jeremy" by Jeanette, "Foi A Madame" by Maracana, "Manchester Et Liverpool" by Marie Laforet, "Years May Come, Years May Go" by Hermans Hermits, "Love Is Blue" by Claudine Longet
, "Lolitissimo" by Francine Laine – and the tracks "L'Homme Invisible", "Laura Mia", "Sixty Days Without Claudia", "Shade Of Blue", "Piccolo Saxo et Compagnie", "Musique Mecanique", "Ballade A La Rose", and "Bloody Serenade" all by Popp himself!
(Out of print.)