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Sunday, April 6, 2008



Known for his eccentric nature, French pop songwriter Michel Polnareff created a buzz for himself in the early to mid-'60s when his debut single, "La Poupée Qui Fait Non," rocketed to the top of the French charts, but it was his early-'70s release, Polnareff's, that cemented him a place as a legend in French pop.
For more than 40 years, this "lone beatle of French pop" crafted music unlike any other. The 43 songs contained in this compilation span his entire with all the hits and a few more goodies for your listening pleasure!

1. Le clochard des jumbos
2. Elle rit
3. Ame câline
4. Y'a qu'un ch'veu
5. La mouche

6. L'amour avec toi
7. Jour après jour
8. A minuit, à midi
9. Dans la rue
10. Kama-sutra
11. Il est gros
12. Une femme
13. Holding On To Smoke
14. Une histoire lamentable
15. Lettre à France

16. Né dans un Ice-Cream
17. Holidays
18. Ca n'arrive qu'aux autres
19. Nos mots d'amour
20. Je suis un homme
21. L'homme qui pleurait des larmes de verre
22. Tous les bateaux, tous les oiseaux
23. Ta-ta-ta-ta

24. Sous quelle étoile suis-je né ?
25. Le prince en otage
26. Hey You Woman

27. J'ai tellement de choses à dire
28. Radio
29. Goodbye Marylou
30. Qui a tué Grand' Maman ?
31.Tam-tam (l'homme préhisto)
32. Love me, please love me
33. Le roi des fourmis
34. Since I Saw You
35. Tout tout pour ma chérie
36. Une simple mélodie
37. Je t'aime
38. Viens te faire chahuter
39. Le bal des Laze

40. La vie m'a quitté
41. La poupée qui fait non
42. Histoire de coeur
43. On ira tous au paradis


Anonymous said...

Another big "thank you" for this wonderful collection!

I'm sure you know that "Le poupée qui fait non" was a lucky song also for "Quelli", the band who recorded the Italian version: four of the members went on to found PFM, maybe the best Italian band ever; the fifth one, the vocalist Teo Teocoli, is still today a popular comedian.


Ayah Gagöhn said...

PFM ? what a good idea, I'll go and have a look after it. But it will be hard for the 80s and the 90s !

AstraToth said...


Merci pour votre invitation a participer a votre blog, j'en suis flatté.
Je prépare quelques "baistophe" jazzique et vous recontacte. a bientot

Astratoth de Jazz à GoGo

Ayah Gagöhn said...

Youpi !