discourse notebook | | | | | | | | lectures in continental philosophy | | | | | | | | web deleuze Loic SATTLER - [LSD]Lysergid Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine Yé-yé Yé-yé (French pronunciation: [jeje]) was a style of pop music that emerged from France, Italy and Spain in the early 1960s. The term "yé-yé" derived from "yeah! yeah!" History Salut les copains Yé-yé girl Yé-yé music was a mostly European phenomenon and usually featured young female singers. The yé-yé songs had innocent themes such as Françoise Hardy's "Tous les garçons et les filles" ("All the guys and girls my age know how it feels to be happy, but I am lonely. Unlike other European nations such as Germany, France had a large market for the consumption of French-language songs at the time and were more willing to support artists from their own country, singing in their native tongue. Early French artists dabbling in Rock n’ Roll and similar genres such as Johnny Hallyday admit that they were creating an imitation of English-language Rock n’ Roll. However it was through genres such as Yé-yé that helped assimilate that music in a unique, French way. See also
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