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  1. Françoise Madeleine Hardy (French pronunciation: [fʁɑ̃swaz madlɛn aʁdi]; born 17 January 1944) is a French former singer and songwriter. Mainly known for singing melancholic sentimental ballads , Hardy has been an important figure in French pop music since her debut, spanning a career of more than fifty years with over thirty studio albums released.

  2. ‘1970’ is a new 3-disc set, released by popular demand on February 26. It includes previously unreleased outtakes from the sessions that produced ‘Self Portrait’ and ‘New Morning’ plus the complete May 1, 1970 studio recordings with George Harrison, which capture the pair performing together on nine tracks. PURCHASE Bob Dylan – 1970

  3. La musique pour tous. Profite de 6 comptes indépendants, chacun avec les avantages de Deezer Premium, le son Haute Fidélité inclus. Écoute simultanée sur plusieurs appareils.

  4. 3.54 1968 - 45 tours EP Françoise Hardy, Françoise Hardy, novembre 1968 3.55 1969 - 45 tours Hélicoptère , Mireille Darc, mars 1969 3.56 1969 - 33 tours LP Jane Birkin / Serge Gainsbourg , Jane Birkin - Serge Gainsbourg, février 1969 et décembre 1969

  5. The sources span many different styles of music, sampling artists such as Françoise Hardy, Blowfly, Sérgio Mendes, Raekwon, Wayne and Shuster, and Madonna. Seltmann felt that "[t]he more rejected and unwanted the record that a sample comes from, the more appealing it is, I guess it's almost a reaction to rare record finding, but occasionally things like 'Holiday' come up". [8]

  6. 1968 – Françoise Hardy recorded a version for her album En anglais; 1969 – Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry had a top forty Hot 100 hit [vague] duet with their version of the song. It also charted on Billboard's country chart. [vague] 1969 – Petula Clark included it on her UK album Portrait of Petula.

  7. The 1969 Isle of Wight Festival was held on 29–31 August 1969 at Wootton Creek, on the Isle of Wight.The festival attracted an audience of approximately 150,000 to see acts including Bob Dylan, the Band, the Who, Free, Joe Cocker, the Bonzo Dog Band and the Moody Blues.