zou bisou bisou

Everyone has been raving about someone on Mad Men singing the song "Zou Bisou Bisou" and so while on iTunes yesterday I checked out the song and fell in love with Gillian Hills and then I promptly went on a 60s French pop music spree. The music just rocks, you know? and it makes you want to get on your feet and dance, let your hair loose, and dream of looking like Brigitte Bardot. Even the French version of "These Boots are Made for Walking" sounds better because, you know, it's in French.

Brigitte Bardot
The French in the 60s were just so stylin' and they really had a great mix of classic early 60s styles (small waists and the whole 'bombshell' look) and mod fashions not to mention timeless French chic classiness. So break out the records, tie a scarf haphazardly around your neck, and celebrate all that is 60s French pop music!


LINDSEY'S FRENCH POP PLAYLIST
  1. "Zou Bisou Bisou" -Gillian Hills
  2. "Ca Plane Pour Moi" Plastic Bertrand
  3. "Ces Bottes Sont Faites Pour Marcher" -Eileen
  4. "Je T'aime Moi Non Plus" -Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin
  5. "Rentre Sans Moi" -Gillian Hills
  6. "Ca Pourrait Changer" -Brigitte Bardot
  7. "Et Moi, Et Moi, Et Moi" -Jacques Dutronc
  8. "C'est Si Bon" -Yves Montand
  9. "Une Petite Tasse D'anxiete" -Serge Gainsbourg & Gillian Hills
  10. "Moi Je Joue" -Brigitte Bardot
Jane Birkin and Gillian Hills
Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg
Femmes de Paris record
Francoise Hardy



2 comments :

  1. I, too, checked out various Zou Bisou Bisou versions on you tube after seeing the lovely Canadian actress sing same on Mad Men! Vous avais raisonne!

    Votre grandmere
    P.S. sending you fashion book picked up in Rome - tell all travelogue appearing in an email soon.

    a bientot

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  2. Salût Lindsey,

    I would love if you would take a listen to my band Rue'66. We play this music and are based in San Francisco.
    www.soundcloud.com/Rue66. You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Rue66 or on our website www.Rue66.net.

    Merci bien, et à bientôt
    Carol

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I love hearing your thoughts! Thanks for reading! ♥︎Lindsey