Pussy Cat was the most tough sounding of Frances 60s y-y girls. She looked to Britain for her inspirations, not home-grown, upbeat Gallic pop. She covered Small Faces, The Moody Blues, The Hollies and The Zombies. Her original songs "she was a rarity and wrote her own" were energised, hard edged, melodic and stomping. She put a French twist on the mod era. As a special bonus, her debut release, a 1965 EP with the band Les Petites Souris is also collected. They were Frances first all-girl band. At age 17, she was their guitarist and wrote their songs. She was a pioneer. Pussy Cat took her name from the Tom Jones song 'What's New Pussycat'. She toured France with him. With extensive liner notes and illustrations, this package is the ultimate tribute to Frances one-woman musical dynamo of the 1960's. This, RPM Internationals latest journey to France, follows definitive releases by Antoine, Jacques Dutronc, Emily, France Gall, Chantal Goya, Johnny Hallyday and Sylvie Vartan. RPM International is the authoritative home of the greatest music from Frances past.