La Maison ou J'ai Grandi - Vogue 1966
Charles Blackwell was still arranger and producer for Hardy, and this album could perhaps be seen as the final chapter of Hardy’s early career as a pop-singer. The following albums showed a more mature Hardy, who gradually took distance to her image as a pure pop singer.
The album has as usual a lot of great songs, among which most were written by Hardy herself. Some of the most significant song were this time written by outside composers such as the title track, the exquisite “Rendez vous d’automne” (Bourgeois/Riviere) and “Je changerais d’avis” (Morricone/De Chiara).
Many of Hardy’s own songs are obviosly great too - favourites are “Si c’est ca”, “Peut-etre que Je t’aime” and “Comme”