Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano

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Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano
First Italian sleeve
Studio album by Françoise Hardy
Released November 1963
Recorded Milan (Italy)
Length 24:16
Language Italian
Label Disques Vogue
Producer Jacques Wolfsohn
Françoise Hardy chronology
Françoise Hardy
(1963)
Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano
(1963)
Mon amie la rose
(1964)
Alternative cover
Second Italian sleeve
Reissues
UK CD cover (2013)[1]
Italian LP (2013) & CD cover (2014)[2]

Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano is the only Italian-language studio album released into Italy of French popular singer Françoise Hardy. This album was released in November 1963 under label Disques Vogue.[3] The first compact disc appeared in January 2013.

Two album covers[edit]

  • First: Marcel Hendrix orchestra is not credited to the back cover and the 2nd album is announced in preparation without revealing the picture sleeve [1]
  • Second: Marcel Hendrix orchestra is credited to the back cover and the 2nd album released; the picture sleeve was added [2]

Track listing[edit]

Nota bene: The list of songs printed on the back cover does not match the contents of the disc, but the one printed on the labels of the disc is correct.

Orchestras: Ezio Leoni (A1, A2, A3, A5, B2, B3, B4) - Marcel Hendrix (A4, B1, B5)

Side one
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "L'età dell'amore" ("Le Temps de l'amour" [4]) Vito Pallavicini Jacques Dutronc [5]  
2. "Il tuo migliore amico" ("Ton meilleur ami" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 2:11
3. "È all'amore che penso" ("C'est à l'amour auquel je pense" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 2:32
4. "Una ragazza come le altre" ("Comme tant d'autres" [7]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:27
5. "Quelli della mia età" ("Tous les garçons et les filles" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Roger Samyn et Françoise Hardy 3:11
Total length:
13:05
Side B
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "L'amore va" ("L'Amour s'en va" [8]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:39
2. "Ci sto" ("J'suis d'accord" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 2:03
3. "Per tanto tempo" ("Bien longtemps" [8]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 1:59
4. "Oh oh chéri" ("Oh oh chéri" [9]) Vito Pallavicini Bobby Lee Trammell 2:27
5. "Io vorrei (capirti)" ("Saurai-je ?" [7]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:03
Total length:
11:11

Reissue on CD into United Kingdom[edit]

  • CD (jewel case) released in January 2013 with cover’s replica of first album released into UK in 1964.[10] Contains 12 songs in French language of this album + 10 songs from Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano, where the titles are in the same order as engraved on the original disk.[11]

Track listing[edit]

In the same order as in the first edition of 1963 (see above).

Reissues on LP and CD into Italy[edit]

  • LP released in February 2013 with the second cover’s replica of Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano. Contains 10 songs in the order written on the back of the 1963 cover. [12]
  • CD (card sleeve) released in February 2014 with the second cover’s replica of Françoise Hardy canta per voi in italiano. Contains 10 songs in the order written on the back of the 1963 cover + 12 bonus tracks, only realised on singles of 1963 to 1967. [13]

Track listing[edit]

Orchestras: Ezio Leoni (A1, A4, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10) - Marcel Hendrix (A2, A3, A5)

Side A
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Il tuo migliore amico" ("Ton meilleur ami" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy & Roger Samyn 2:11
2. "Vorrei capirti" ("Saurai-je ?" [7]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:03
3. "Per tanto tempo" ("Bien longtemps" [8]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 1:59
4. "L'amore va" ("L'Amour s'en va" [8]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:39
5. "Una ragazza come le altre" ("Comme tant d'autres" [7]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2:27
Total length:
11:19
Side B
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Quelli della mia età" ("Tous les garçons et les filles" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 3:11
2. "Ci sto" ("Je suis d’accord" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 2:03
3. "È all'amore che penso" ("C'est à l'amour auquel je pense" [6]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy - Roger Samyn 2:32
4. "L'età dell'amore" ("Le Temps de l'amour" [4]) Vito Pallavicini Jacques Dutronc [5] 2:44
5. "Oh oh chéri" ("Oh oh chéri" [9]) Vito Pallavicini Bobby Lee Trammell 2:27
Total length:
12:57

Bonus - track listing[edit]

Orchestras: Marcel Hendrix (11) - Ezio Leoni (12, 13) - Charles Blackwell (14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22)

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
11. "Il saluto del mattino [14]" ("Le Premier Bonheur du jour" [15]) Vito Pallavicini Jean Renard 2:20
12. "La tua mano [16]"   Vito Pallavicini Ezio Leoni 2’ 27’’
13. "Vorrei essere lei [16]" ("J'aurais voulu" [17]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2’ 10’’
14. "Devi ritornare [18]" ("Only You Can Do It" [19]) Vito Pallavicini Charles Blackwell 2’ 50’’
15. "La notte sulla città [18]" ("La nuit est sur la ville" [20]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2’ 15’’
16. "Parlami di te [21]"   Vito Pallavicini Edoardo Vianello 2’ 52’’
17. "Nel mondo intero [22]" ("Dans le monde entier" [23]) Calimero Françoise Hardy 2’ 33’’
18. "Non svegliarmi mai [24]" ("Don’t Come Any Closer" [25]) Vito Pallavicini Charles Blackwell 3’ 02’’
19. "Ci sono cose piu grandi [24]" ("Il est des choses" [26]) Baghira - Sabato Edoardo Vianello 2’ 32’’
20. "Gli altri [27]" ("Voilà" [28]) Herbert Pagani Françoise Hardy 3’ 27’’
21. "I sentimenti [27]" ("Et même" [29]) Vito Pallavicini Françoise Hardy 2’ 16’’
22. "Il ragazzo della via Gluck [30]" ("La Maison où j’ai grandi" [31]) Luciano Beretta – Miki Del Prete Adriano Celentano 3’35’’
Total length:
32:09

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ The sleeve’s English Replica of Françoise Hardy (1962 album) released in 1965.
  2. ^ The second sleeve's Italian Replica.
  3. ^ Catalogue number: LPJ 5034.
  4. ^ a b Title of the original song written by Lucien Morisse and André Salvet. Create by José Salcy & ses Jam’s and take again by Françoise Hardy in 1962 (see debut studio album).
  5. ^ a b The piece was originally an instrumental entitled "Fort Chabrol", composed by Jacques Dutronc in summer 1961 for his group, Les Dritons. Arranged by Dean Norton, it was recorded by Les Fantômes, in January 1962.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h Title of the original song, written and performed by Françoise Hardy in 1962 (see debut studio album).
  7. ^ a b c d Title of the original song written and registered by par Françoise Hardy in 1963 (see the second studio album).
  8. ^ a b c d Title of the original song written and registered by par Françoise Hardy in 1963.
  9. ^ a b The original song, entitled “Uh Oh”, was written and performed by Bobby Lee Trammell in 1958. Jil & Jan, adapted it under title Oh oh chéri, for Françoise Hardy in 1962 (see debut studio album).
  10. ^ Catalogue number: Pye Records (NPL 18094).
  11. ^ Catalogue number: él/Cherry Red Records (ACMEM241CD).
  12. ^ Catalogue number: Disques Vogue/Jolly (LPJ 5034).
  13. ^ Catalogue number: Disques Vogue/Jolly (CDJ 5034).
  14. ^ SP, Disques Vogue (J 35043), 1964.
  15. ^ Title of the original song written by Frank Gérard, performed by Françoise Hardy in 1963: see Françoise Hardy (1963 album).
  16. ^ a b SP, Disques Vogue (J 35055), 1964.
  17. ^ Title of the original song written by Françoise Hardy in 1963: see Françoise Hardy (1963 album).
  18. ^ a b SP, Disques Vogue (J 35067), 1965.
  19. ^ Title of the original song written by B. Well (alias Charles Blackwell), performed by The Vernons Girls in 1964: SP, Decca (F.11887), UK. French adaptation, Je veux qu'il revienne, was written and registered by Françoise Hardy in 1964: see Mon amie la rose (album).
  20. ^ Title of the original song written and performed by Françoise Hardy in 1964: see Mon amie la rose (album).
  21. ^ SP, Jolly Hi Fi Records/Disques Vogue (J 35087), 1966. Françoise Hardy defended this title with the 16th Sanremo Music Festival in 1966.
  22. ^ SP, Jolly Hi Fi Records/Disques Vogue (J 35087), 1966.
  23. ^ Title of the original song written and performed by Françoise Hardy in 1963: see Françoise Hardy (1963 album).
  24. ^ a b SP, Jolly/Disques Vogue/Vogue international Industries (J 35099), 1966.
  25. ^ Title of the original song written by Blackwell , performed by Samantha Jones in 1965: SP, Don't Come Any Closer - Just Call And I'll Be There, United Artists Records (UP 1087). French adaptation, Non, ce n’est pas un rêve, was written and registered by Françoise Hardy in 1965: see Françoise Hardy (1965 album).
  26. ^ French adaptation written and registered by Françoise Hardy in 1966: see Françoise Hardy (1965 album).
  27. ^ a b SP, Jolly/Disques Vogue/Vogue international Industries (J 35137), 1967.
  28. ^ Title of the original song written and registered by Françoise Hardy in 1967: see Ma jeunesse fout le camp….
  29. ^ Title of the original song written and registered by Françoise Hardy in 1964: see Mon amie la rose (album).
  30. ^ Sung half in Italian language, half French language.
  31. ^ French adaptation’s title written and registered by Eddy Marnay in 1966: see La maison où j'ai grandi (album).