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La Question (Digipack) Import

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  • Audio CD (30 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Pid
  • ASIN: B00004V82J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Francoise Hardy bare and beautiful ..
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This 1971 album by Françoise Hardy is pure magic. I wish to add little to what another reviewer has written. Only this: Tuca was not a man but a woman. She spent five or six years in Paris and cut only two albums in her native Brasil. She died in 1977 (I think), aged 34, of a stroke.
The collaboration between FH and Tuca indeed shaped the overall sound of this album. The album was recorded in such a sophisticated manner that it has an intoxicating effect on the listener. Some songs, such as "Le martien" (the martian), sound as if they truly came from another planet. "La question" immediately became one of my absolute favorite recordings. This is stuff one easily becomes addicted to.
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In the late 1970s Ms Hardy wrote that this had been her favourite effort. From approx 1974, it was a joint effort with the Brazilian guitarist/singer Tuca (no other information about him is known to me). I believe that, by this time, she was able to secure her own record contract as the owner of her sessions; if so, she'd own the recording master tapes to them. Tuca's occasional vocal dueting aside, this is mainly a partnership of his solo guitar and her voice, which reaches from an unadorned sparseness to whimsical familiarity. The lack of conventional instrumental backing on all but two tracks serves to reinforce what she was aiming for and the result is still wonderful 30 years on. She took a risk with this rather arty project as it was not radio-friendly at the time, despite the several singles having been issued to promote it. For this reason, the work is eternally fresh. This is the ringer record in Francoise Hardy's canon of recoded work. My comments however are made with petit familiarity with Francais - A Simons
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An underrated classic for FH - and one that show that at least someone was listening to Nick Drake in the early 70's (not forgetting John Martyn as 'Solid Air' has nods in the direction of this record) - check "Oui Je Dis Adieu" which owes at a lot to Robert Kirby's arrangements.
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I like everything recorded by Francoise Hardy, I have been a great fan of hers for many years
Brilliant if singing in French or English, also a great songwriter and sounds so sexy
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