Jacques Dutronc (1968 album)

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Jacques Dutronc
Studio album by Jacques Dutronc
Released 1968 (France)
Recorded 1968
Genre French rock
Label Disques Vogue
Jacques Dutronc chronology
Jacques Dutronc
(1966)
Jacques Dutronc
(1968)
Jacques Dutronc
(1969)

Jacques Dutronc is the second studio album by the French singer-songwriter Jacques Dutronc, released in 1968. Since Dutronc's first seven albums are all self-titled, the album is commonly referred to by the titles Il est cinq heures, after one of its singles, and Comment elles dorment, after its opening track.

The single "Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille" was number one on the French charts for one week, from 23 March 1968.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Track listing[edit]

Words by Jacques Lanzmann and Anne Ségalen. Music by Jacques Dutronc.

No. Title Length
1. "Comment elles dorment"   3:14
2. "Fais pas ci, fais pas ça"   1:43
3. "La Métaphore"   3:20
4. "La Publicité"   2:26
5. "L'augmentation"   2:36
6. "Hippie hippie hourrah"   3:13
7. "Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille" (Flute solo by Roger Bourdin) 2:55
8. "Les Métamorphoses"   2:27
9. "Ça prend, ça n'prend pas"   3:24
10. "Les Rois de la réforme"   2:29
11. "Le Courrier du cœur"   2:11
12. "Le Plus difficile"   2:44

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