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Album Review

Although Baccara scored just two U.K. hits and none in America, the duo's mainland European fame was vast — so much so that 11 tracks spread across a superlative "greatest-hits" disc can afford to omit one of the duo's best-ever singles, "Parlez-Vous Français?," in favor of others that English-speaking listeners might never have heard of. Of course, "Sorry, I'm a Lady" and the trans-European chart-topper "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" are here — how could they not be? So are "Koochie-Koo," the Swedish Top Five smash "Darling," and the stirring "The Devil Sent You to Loredo" (the duo's final international hit), all vivacious vamps that will be instantly recognizable to anyone who fell in love with Baccara's biggest hits.

And, though it is true that not every one of Baccara's biggies was instantly memorable (a flat rendition of "La Bamba" and "La Adelita" head that particular list), in the hands of regular songwriters Dostal/Soja, Baccara's Original Hits emerges everything that the duo itself was — bright and bubbly, cute and kitsch, and oddly, even kind of sexy.


Formed: Spain

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '90s

Spanish flamenco artists Mayte Mateus and Maria Mendiolo were already performing together in 1977 for tourists when they were snapped up by RCA exec Leon Deane. Named Baccara, the duo partnered with Rolf Soja, who penned their debut, "Yes Sir I Can Boogie." Released in the middle of 1977, the song rocketed up the U.K. charts, scoring the band a number one in September. On the strength of that song, their self-titled debut album was an instant success, and a further follow-up single, "Sorry I'm a...
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Baccara: The Original Hits, Baccara
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Dance, Britpop
  • Released: 02 March 1990

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