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January 06, 2007

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lee

i heard rumor that John Cale , Sterling Morrison, and or Mo Tucker did some work on her recordings. [''ella pas gentile'' sounds like a maybe] ........true?

Fatherflot

She's amazing. If you don't already own it, get the 2 CD anthology "The Vogue Years"

http://www.amazon.com/Vogue-Years-Fran%C3%A7oise-Hardy/dp/B000056Q81/sr=11-1/qid=1168135583/ref=sr_11_1/104-2168303-8640709

The early "Ye Ye" stuff is fun, but just about everything from the 2nd half of disc one and all of disc two is just amazing. The wall-of-sound production, the sophisticated 60's "cafe/garage" sound (rather like the sound Holly Golightly now favors), and most of all, that gorgeous voice. I put it in the CD player with the The Shangrilas greatest hits, Dusty in Memphis, a couple of Holly Golightly albums and I'm in cool chick heaven.

Webster Hubble Telescope

Interesting radio piece on the "most beautiful songbird in the world"
http://www.prx.org/pieces/2722

Zach in Philly

Thanks for the goosebumps -- it had been too long.

And now I have the "sophisticated 60's 'cafe/garage' sound" phrase to poetically thrown around.

The kokako doc looks like a must.

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