Françoise in Germany

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Françoise in Germany
Studio album by Françoise Hardy
Released 1968 (Germany)
Recorded Germany
Genre French pop
Length 30:00
Language German
Label Vogue Schallplatten
Producer Jacques Wolfsohn
Françoise Hardy chronology
Françoise Hardy
(1968)
Françoise in Germany
(1968)
En anglais
(1969)

Françoise in Germany is a 1968 album by the French pop singer Françoise Hardy.

Tracklist[edit]

  1. "Dann bist Du verliebt" – 2:39
    Lyrics by: Joachim Relin
    Music written by: Fred Gordini
  2. "Peter und Lou" – 2:47
    Original title: "Tous les garçons et les filles"
    Lyrics by: Françoise Hardy
    Music written by: Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn, 1962
    German adaptation by: Ernst Bader
  3. "Oh Oh Chéri" (French version[1]) – 2:14
    Original title: "Uh Oh"
    Lyrics and music written by Bobby Lee Trammell
    First performed by Bobby Lee Trammell in 1958
    German adaptation by: J.R. Setti and G. Guenet
  4. "Wenn dieses Lied erklingt" – 2:40
    Lyrics by: Peter Wehle
    Music written by: Joe Dixie
  5. "Ein Fenster wird hell" – 2:31
    Original title: "Dans le monde entier"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1965
    German adaptation by: Kurt Hertha
  6. "Ich steige Dir auf’s Dach" – 2:10
    Lyrics by: Willy Schüller
    Music written by: Georg Möckel
    First performed by: Bärbel Wachholz, 1957
  7. "Wer Du bist" – 2:30
    Lyrics by: Fini Busch
    Music written by: Werner Scharfenberger
  8. "Frag' den Abendwind" – 3:09
    Lyrics by: Joachim Relin
    Music written by: Fred Gordini
  9. "Ich sag’ ja" – 2:16
    Original title: J’suis d’accord
    Lyrics by: Françoise Hardy
    Music written by: Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn, 1962
    German adaptation by: Kurt Schwabach
  10. "Ich hab’ das Glück" – 2:06
    Original title: "J’aurais voulu"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1963
    German adaptation by: C. U. Blecher
  11. "Die Liebe geht" – 2:24
    Original title: "L’Amour s’en va"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1963
    German adaptation by: Ernst Bader
  12. "Er war wie Du" – 2:10
    Lyrics by: Ernst Bader
    Music written by: Friedel Berlipp

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ On the sleeve and on the label of the side 1 of the record, the title "Oh Oh Cherie", is written in German and is followed of the mention "(dtsch.)", but it is the French version, "Oh Oh Chéri", that is engraved on the record.