Hi, dear Sarah! I never realized there were so many of these French girl pop singers. Thank you for introducing me to Christine Delaroche. I watched a few more of her videos on YouTube and discovered that she bore an uncanny resemblance to the first Mrs. Shady whom I met in 1968. In case you haven't seen it, you'll want to check out the video of Christine dancing in the street singing "Les tigres et les minets" because it offers a good look at the clothing styles being worn in 1967. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFUgbvi06_8I found this interesting piece of trivia on the IMDB: << In the movie "The Graduate," when Dustin Hoffman's character is on his first date with Elaine, they have a scene in front of a large poster with Christine Delaroche's picture and name on it. It's a poster for the musical "Mouche." >>Thank you for continuing to educate me about the 60s Yé Yé music scene, dear friend, and have a safe and happy weekend!
Thank you for that excellent piece of trivia Shady, I shall I have to look out for that when I next watch the film!There really were so many, I keep discovering new artists all the time.
What a lovely sight! I had never heard of Christine, but she has a beautiful voice! I love the stripy combo shes wearing also!
She has such a perfectly charming, fresh faced girl-next-door quality to her, not to mention a gorgeous singing voice. My husband is fond of French music (especially by female singers) and we sometimes listen to Christine's music together. ♥ Jessica
Oh, thank you for introducing me to her! I'm always looking for new French musician so I can practice my French. She has a very beautiful singing voice, too!
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