Les Play-Boys
french psych-pop,1966 debut-album, incl "Et moi, et moi, et moi", "Les play boys" and "Les Cactus"

Les Play-Boys

Jacques Dutronc

€ 22,95
  • LP
Disques Vogue, Sony Music, Legacy
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Jacques Dutronc is the first studio album by the French singer-songwriter Jacques Dutronc, released in 1966. Since Dutronc's first seven albums are all self-titled, the album is commonly referred to by the title of any of its three tracks which were released as singles ("Et moi, et moi, et moi", "Les play boys" and "Les Cactus").

Jacques Dutronc (born 28 April 1943) is a French singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer, and actor. He has been married to singer Françoise Hardy since 30 March 1981 and the two have a son (jazz guitarist Thomas Dutronc, born 1973). He also has been a longtime songwriting collaborator with Jacques Lanzmann. Some of Dutronc best known hits include "Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille" (a song akin to "Waterloo Sunset" by The Kinks that All Music Guide has called "his finest hour"),"Le Responsable",and "Les Cactus".

His music incorporated traditional French pop and French rock as well as styles such as psychedelic rock and garage rock.1966 album re-released early 2017. MP3 download voucher included



  • 1.Les Play Boys03:09
  • 2.L'espace D'une Fille02:45
  • 3.Sur Une Nappe De Restaurant02:15
  • 4.J'ai Mis Un Tigre Dans Ma Guitare02:22
  • 5.Les Cactus02:42
  • 6.Et Moi, Et Moi, Et Moi02:55


  • 1.L'opération03:09
  • 2.On Nous Cache Tout, On Nous Dit Rien02:36
  • 3.La Fille Du Père Noël02:37
  • 4.Les Gens Sont Fous, Les Temps Sont Flous03:03
  • 5.La Compapadé03:19
  • 6.Mini, Mini, Mini01:55


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