Ye Ye ! The Girls of 60s & 70s French Pop Music
Ye-Ye - meaning Yeah Yeah! - is a delightful style of pop music featuring young female singers that influenced France and other countries, with its particularly 'camp' style throughout the 1960s. It had secondary explosions in the 1970s and 1990s in Japan and Europe thanks to the likes of Lio and April March. This collection by French pop music expert and head of the Martyrs of Pop label Jean-Emmanuel Deluxe includes many interviews with the original singers and producers, visual excerpts of record covers and remarkable excerpts from a child fan's diary of the period.