Di doo dah

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Di doo dah
Di doo dah album.jpeg
Studio album by Jane Birkin
Released 1973
Recorded Phonogram Studios, London (Playbacks); Studio des Dames, Paris (Vocals)
Genre Chanson, soft rock, symphonic rock, symphonic pop
Length 30:29
Label Fontana
Producer Alain Hortu
Jane Birkin chronology
Di doo dah
(1973)
Lolita go home
(1973)Lolita go home1973

Di doo dah is the first solo album by Jane Birkin, released in 1973 on Fontana Records. Subsequent reissues in 2001 and 2010 (on Light In The Attic Records) included 2 bonus tracks from the 1972 7" single "La Décadanse" by Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg.

Track listing[edit]

Words and music by Serge Gainsbourg, except "Encore lui", "Leur plaisir sans moi", "La cible qui bouge" and "C'est la vie qui veut ça" by Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier

  1. Di doo dah (3:35)
  2. Help cammioneur (2:48)
  3. Encore lui (2:26)
  4. Puisque je te le dis (2:35)
  5. Les capotes anglaises (2:13)
  6. Leur plaisir sans moi (1:43)
  7. Mon amour baiser (2:33)
  8. Banana boat (2:19)
  9. Kawasaki (2:34)
  10. La cible qui bouge (3:10)
  11. La baigneuse de Brighton (2:16)
  12. C'est la vie qui veut ça (2:17)
  13. La Décadanse (5:20) (bonus track)
  14. Les Langues De Chat (2:17) (bonus track)

Personnel[edit]

  • Peter Olliff - music engineer
  • Jean-Claude Charvier - arrangements, conductor, vocals engineer
  • Sam Lévin, Tony Frank - photography