By Jean-Emmanuel Deluxe, Lio
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This delightfully illustrated exploration into '60s French pop, and the ladies who equipped it, unearths yé-yé music's hip sensuality, humor, variety and wit.
We listen from and approximately Françoise Hardy, France Gall, Brigitte Bardot, Sylvie Vartan and dozens of alternative glossy Lolitas, and the recklessly naughty Serge Gainsbourg.
Modern-day yé-yé avatar, Lio has written the book's Foreword.
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