A tribute to pleasure, composed by Jean-Claude Nachon, who at the dawn of the eighties was using without any restrains all the arsenal of the pioneers of the "electro-porn" to enhance the prodigious performance of Marilyn Jess.
In this record, Hardy focused back on her home market in France, where things were changing quickly. The listener can hear the maturing of one of the decade’s most singular talents– a singer-songwriter in an age before such a thing was known
Francoise Hardy was an innovator- one of the first to develop the vocal 'cool' used by others like Lou Reed down the road. Her voice is bell-like but never sweet and her strong lower register is a divine combination of authoritative and bored to tears.