One of the most dynamic and convincing rock musicians in the French '60s scene, Jacques Dutronc recorded several prime garage-pop-psychedelia albums in his time. Stylistically, he may be best compared to Ray Davies of the Kinks: like Davies, Dutronc combined strong American garage-rock influences with Beatle-era "beat" melodicism, along with irreverent homages to the music hall/vaudeville era. Plus, he paired up with Francoise Hardy, the most babilicious of all the ye-ye girls. Later, Dutronc moved into film acting, with roles in many movies, including alongside Catherine Denueve.
01 Les Play Boys 02 L'espace D'une Fille 03 Sur Une Nappe De Restaurant 04 J'ai Mis Un Tigre Dans Ma Guitare 05 Les Cactus 06 Et Moi Et Moi Et Moi 07 L'operation 08 On Nous Cache Tout, On Nous Dit Rien 09 La Fille Du Pere Noel 10 Les Gens Sont Fous, Les Temps Sont Flous 11 La Compapade 12 Mini-Mini-Mini