Yé-yé Girls of '60s French Pop

Yé-yé Girls of '60s French Pop

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Baker & Taylor
Examines the yâe-yâe genre of music, which was popular in France in the early 1960s, sharing record covers, magazine pages, interviews with singers and producers, and a discussion of lyrics.

Perseus Publishing
Yé-Yé means Yeah Yeah! and is best known as a style of '60s pop music heard in France and Québec.

This delightfully illustrated exploration into ?60s French pop, and the women who built it, reveals yé-yé music’s hip sensuality, humor, style and wit. We hear from and about Françoise Hardy, France Gall, Brigitte Bardot, Sylvie Vartan and dozens of other modern Lolitas, and the recklessly naughty Serge Gainsbourg. Modern-day yé-yé avatar Lio has written the book's Foreword.

Publisher: New York : Feral House
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781936239726
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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