La maison où j'ai grandi (album)

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La maison où j'ai grandi
Studio album by Françoise Hardy
Released October 1966 (France)
Recorded Studio Pye
London, United Kingdom
Genre French pop
Length 29:45
Language French
Label Vogue Records
Producer Claude Wolfsohn
Françoise Hardy chronology
Françoise Hardy in English
(1966)
La maison où j'ai grandi
(1966)
Ma jeunesse fout le camp…
(1967)

La maison où j'ai grandi is a studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy. It was released without title, except for the word Françoise on the cover, but has become known by the title of the most successful song on the album, "La maison où j'ai grandi".

Tracklist[edit]

Except as noted, words and music were written by Françoise Hardy, and she is accompanied by the Johnny Harris orchestra.[1]

  1. "Je changerais d’avis" – 2:53
    Original title: "Se telefonando"
    Lyrics: Ghigo De Chiara, Maurizio Costanzo
    Music written by: Ennio Morricone
    First sung by: Mina, 1966
    French adaptation by: Jacques Lanzmann and Françoise Hardy
  2. "Si c’est ça" – 2:09
  3. "Rendez-vous d’automne" – 2:40
    Lyrics: Jean-Max Rivière
    Music written by: Gérard Bourgeois
    Accompanists: Charles Blackwell orchestra
  4. "Je serai là pour toi" – 2:24
  5. "Peut-être que je t’aime" – 2:12
  6. "Il est des choses" – 2:31
    Original title: "Ci sono cose più grandi"
    Lyrics: Eliana de Sabata
    Music written by: Edoardo Vianello
    First sung by: Tony Renis, 1966
    French adaptation by: Françoise Hardy
    Accompanists: Charles Blackwell orchestra
  7. "Comme" – 1:54
  8. "Mes jours s’en vont" – 2:26
  9. "Qu’ils sont heureux" – 2:21
    Lyrics: Eddy Marnay
    Music written by: André Popp
  10. "Surtout ne vous retournez pas" – 2:20
  11. "Tu es un peu à moi" – 2:14
  12. "La maison où j'ai grandi" – 3:39
    Original title: "Il ragazzo della via Gluck"
    Lyrics: Luciano Beretta and Michele "Miki" Del Prete
    Music written by: Adriano Celentano
    First sung by: Adriano Celentano, 1966
    French adaptation: Eddy Marnay
    Accompanists: Charles Blackwell orchestra

Editions[edit]

Argentina: LP Opus (LVMS 26506), 1966
Australia: LP Vogue (SVL 933.540), 1968
Brazil: LP Mocambo (LP 40354), 1967
Canada: LP Vogue (VC 6024), 1968
France: LP Vogue (CLD 702-30), 1966 (first release)
France: CD Vogue/BMG (7 43213 80062 2), 1996
Italy: LP Vogue (CLD 702-30), 1966
Japan: LP Vogue (YX 8041), 1966
New Zealand: LP Vogue (SVL 933-540), 1968
South Africa: LP Vogue (VGL 7022), 1966
United Kingdom: LP Vogue (VRL 3028), 1966
Uruguay: LP Vogue (LVMS 26506), 1966

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Maison Ou J'ai Grandi - overview, Allmusic. Accessed on line May 1, 2009.