Jacques Dutronc's self-titled debut album is one that I feel gets overlooked. And that is not ok. I discovered this album at the start of this year whilst looking for French music. While Jacques' second album might be more famous because of the massive hit at its center, this album is its more fun, wilder, more bizzare and experimental older brother.
Over the course of 12 tracks the listener is taken across dylan-esque insanity, classic french chansons (with bizzare twists), noisy guitars and ... read more