I first heard this in a record store in 1964, soon after the 4 Corners LP came out in the States. (This was back in the days when record stores let you test-play LPs before buying them, if you can imagine such a thing.) Well, one track -- the first -- was all it took to know I had to have the record.
Not long before, Life magazine (or Time) had profiled her and two other French pop singers, Sylvie Vartan and either Mireille Mathieu or Mare LaForet. Anyway, the record shop had this one, so I gave it a listen.
Some records leave you cold, others grow on you only over time. This one's appeal for me was immediate and strong.
Just to let you know how completely taken I was by her voice, over the following several years, I ended up mail-ordering, from France, all of her available LPs and EPs. (EPs had a format seldom seen in the States -- a 45 rpm record with 4 songs on it.)
Yes, of course, I still have them! Although I now listen on CD -- too much surface noise on the old recordings.
While my tastes in pop music have shifted somewhat since then, I still enjoy her singing very much and I highly recommend this recording.