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One of several compilations that re-charted on the back of the 2012 biopic Cloclo, The Best of Claude François is a 24-track collection showcasing the talents of the late French pop icon. Alongside his original version of "My Way" ("Comme d'Habitude"), the 2007 release includes his covers of the Everly Brothers' "Girls, Girls, Girls" ("Belles, Belles, Belles"), the Weavers' "If I Had a Hammer" ("Si J'Avais un Marteau"), and the Supremes' "Stop in the Name of Love" ("Stop au Nom de l'Amour"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 01 January 1939 in Ismailia, Egypt

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Along with Johnny Hallyday, Claude François was one of the biggest stars of French rock & roll, emerging during the so-called "yé-yé" movement of the early '60s. Like Hallyday, his early success came mostly from French adaptations of English-language rock and folk hits, rather than from original material written specifically for him. However, his image -- immaculately coiffed hair and glitzy sequined suits -- played just as big a role in his popularity, and made him a major teen idol in his heyday,...
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