The Good, the Bad and the Ugly #29

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly never stops, never locks down, but stays safe within the beat empire of the classic, swinging French and Euro sixties. Your Babypop crew is pro-vax, anti-virus and wants to get back to dancing in public to the prerecorded sounds of the likes of Vartan, Dutronc, Gainsbourg et al. But for the moment, in this unique slither of time, we have this show, and its tributes to the new additions to the collection. We have deep cuts from Les Charlots (doing their take on the 1955 Boris Vian song Fais Moi Mal Johnny), Johnny Hallyday doing his take on the soul classic Knock on Wood, Claude Francois throwing down one of his best from 1969, a debut on the show for Martin Circus, heavy breathing from Serge and Jane, another debut for Mick, a 1950s crooner who dropped this single in 1969, slightly adverse to the times. We also have a cover of the Lee Hazelwood classic Sand, by Richard Anthony with Christie Laume, Italian chanson from 1973 and we round out the show with a man who needs no introduction, Michel Polnareff and his 1966 classic (off the Belgian Palette version). Salut!


Fais Moi Mal Johnny – Les Charlots

Aussi Dur Que Du Bois – Johnny Hallyday</p

Tout Eclate Tout Explose – Claude Francois

Loin D’ici – Martin Circus

La Decadanse – Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg

Le Soleil Est Deja Haut – Mick


Comment Tu Fais – Richard Anthony w/ Christie Laume

Colori Sbiaditi (Il Sapore Che Mi Davi Tu) – Orietta Berti

Love Me, Please Love Me – Michel Polnareff

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