Jacques Dutronc is the first studio album by the French singer-songwriter Jacques Dutronc, released in 1966. Since Dutronc's first seven albums are all self-titled, the album is commonly referred to by the title of any of its three tracks which were released as singles ("Et moi, et moi, et moi", "Les play boys" and "Les Cactus"). The album went straight to number one in the French charts upon its release and sold over a million copies in total.
Album · 1991 · 19 Songs. Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille (Live). 17. La compapade (Live). 18. M e In France Çaçapoum (Live). Le meilleur de Jacques Dutronc.
Jacques Dutronc is the second studio album by the French singer-songwriter Jacques Dutronc, released in 1968. The single "Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille" was number one on the French charts for one week, from 23 March 1968. Garage rock band Black Lips covered "Hippie Hippie Hourrah" on their third LP Let It Bloom, released in 2005. Madame l'Existence released: 2003. Le Meilleur de Jacques Dutronc released: 2000. Les Grands Succès released: 1998. 33 ans de travail, Volume 1: Les Années 60-70 released: 1998. 33 ans de travail, Volume 2: Les Années 80 released: 1998.
Although succeeding albums would see him evolve stylistically into the French counterpart to Ray Davies at his creative peak, Dutronc's debut spawns vintage garage rock akin to the Yardbirds and the the Troggs.
Jacques Dutronc (1968 album). Jacques Dutronc is the second studio album by the French singer-songwriter Jacques Dutronc, released in 1968.
Album by Jacques Dutronc. Il Est Cinq Heures, Paris S'éveille by Sylvie Vartan (2007). see 2 more connections. Hippie Hippie Hourra.