Hardy moved toward a more adult, sedate form of orchestrated pop balladry on this 1967 album. Nothing wrong with that per se; what makes it less exciting than her previous work, though, was that in general the material lacked the bounce and melodic strength of her best recordings. Il N'y a Pas D'Amour Heureux" ("There is No Happy Love") she sings in one of the tracks, and that sets the mournful tone for much of the tunes (half of which were written by herself), which often deal with sentimental themes of sad farewells.
Ma jeunesse fout le cam. racklist. 1. Ma jeunesse fout le camp Lyrics.
Françoise Hardy is the second studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy, released in October 1963 on LP by French label Disques Vogue (FH 1). Like of Hardy's earlier album, the album was released with no title, except for her name on the cover, and this album colloquially become known by the title of its most successful song, "Le Premier Bonheur du jour" ("The First Joy of the Day").
Artist: Françoise Hardy. Album: Ma jeunesse fout le camp. Translations: English, Spanish. A A. Ma jeunesse fout l'camp. Tout au long d'un poème. Et d'une rime à l'autre. Elle va bras ballants. Et les coupeurs d'osier. s a studio album by the French popular singer Françoise Hardy. Released in France in November 1967, on LP, Production Asparagus/Disques Vogue/Vogue international industries (CLD 720). The title is very idiomatic, but it in English its general meaning is 'My youth is slipping away'.
Françoise Hardy - Ma Jeunesse Fout L'camp. Download MP3. Françoise Hardy.
Studio album by Françoise Hardy. This album was the first produced by Hardy's own production company, Asparagus Productions Contents. in Records (7243 8 40501 2 2). Notes and references. See the entry for Françoise Hardy on readysteadygirls. Instrumental entitled "Baby Goodbye".