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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

i'd like to be you for a day

wowsers! this is beyond brilliant!
from the soundtrack to an obscure 1977 movie 'moi, fleur bleue'.
if anyone has any other jodie songs please get in touch.
click jodie here

14 comment(s):

oh my god, that is so cool!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 17 August, 2005 16:29  

hu !
yeah this is great !
i discovered this 3 years ago via Otis Fodder who ran the 365 days project. All his posts are archived at ubuweb.
here's the link with the jodie foster post...but, sadly, it's only a EP so there's only one more track existing by jodie foster from that period.

yomp !

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 17 August, 2005 16:47  

so that means there's TWO more tracks by jodie:
Je T'Attends Depuis La Nuit Des Temps


When I Look at Your Face

Does anyone have copies of them.
i NEED them so badly!

By Blogger mordi, at 17 August, 2005 18:04  

really really great! Thank you for this!

[by the way: did you check out Daphné's debutalbum L'emeraud?]

By Blogger Guuzbourg, at 17 August, 2005 22:58  

looky what I found - MP3s of both songs!
Jodie Foster Discography

Plus it mentions 2 more songs that are on the soundtrack LP.
The other 2 songs are nowhere near as good as the one you posted. Last night I was in such a music slump, where nothing would do, and that song was so perfect! And I used to be obsessed with Jodie in Freaky Friday and The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane when I was a teen. :)

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 18 August, 2005 03:02  

I first heard this when when I downloaded it from the WFMU website. It certainly is something special!

By Blogger guapo, at 18 August, 2005 10:50  

THANK YOU spiked candy! you rule!

By Blogger mordi, at 18 August, 2005 13:18  

They're not very good though!!

I'll stick to the truly marvellous LA VIE C'EST CHOUETTE

By Blogger mordi, at 18 August, 2005 13:21  

no prob, mordi. Yeah, I thought one of them was a guy at first.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19 August, 2005 00:33  

Have I told you guys lately what fabulous taste you have?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19 August, 2005 08:36  

thanks suzie! XXX

By Blogger mordi, at 19 August, 2005 10:05  

I like this song.

I knew the completely French version. I am french and I can tell you that Jodie Foster speaks an excellent french with no accent (I heard her on several interwiews in French).

I don't know any others Jodie Foster song but I saw several times on French TV a document from 1978 showing her singing a duet with French Singer Claude Francois.
They were singing 'Comic Strip' by Serge Gainsbourg.

I can tell you it's worth seeing it!


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 25 August, 2005 18:54  

Hi Christophe,

the 'comic strip' version sounds AMAZING - i'd love to see it!

I haven't managed to track down the full french version yet though.

By Blogger mordi, at 25 August, 2005 19:55  

WTH? I'm commenting on a five year old post? It doesn't matter if the magic word Jodie Foster is the subject... Yessss, she can sing. Listen to her in Kung Fu! Or listen to her in Svengali. Jodie could start a singing career whenever she wants to if you ask me. Oh, too bad she doesn't sing in The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane...

By Blogger Mario, at 08 November, 2010 00:22  

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