It is a new year and a new theme. We have updated the GBU theme to include three (count them) three different versions of the classic Morricone score, including three by the late genius himself. And if you are new to the podcast, welcome! Our purpose is to dig deep and plays cuts from across the spectrum of sixties (and seventies) French and Euro pop, chanson, psych, garage and generally anything thats a total banger that we haven’t yet dropped the needle on at our of our dance nights, now suspended until DJ Kurac finds his way out of a paper bag that he has decided to stay in until the pandemic is over. Let’s kick off the show with three incredible Francophone cuts from Quebec in Canada.
Jenny Rock – Mal.
Le Sound Track – Ce Soir c’est ma fete.
Les Sinners – Les Gréves d’Aujourd’hui
Christine Delaroche – L’ascenceur.
France Gall – Teenie Weenie Boppie.
Tanja Berg – Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye
Next up, three tracks from various yé-yé singers, with the amazing Christine Delaroche, followed by one of France Gall’s more adult Gainsbourg songs and then Germany’s Tanja Berg covers the Supremes.
Sarolta Zalatnay – Vén Tükör.
Kati Kovács – Most Kéne Abbahagyni.
Claude Francois – J’ai Jué et J’ai Perdu
Two songs from Hungarian pop sensations here, followed by Claude Francois covering the original cover made famous by the Clash I Fought the Law.
Les Lionceaux – SLC Jerk.
Les Gottamou featuring Nino Ferrer – Monkiss est Arrivé.
Dani – Partir pour le Lune.
Stephane Varegues – Le Pape du Pop