A1 and B2: Christian Duvaleix
A2, A4, B1 and B5: Arletty
A3 and B4: Éric Amado
A5: Yves Deniaud
B3: Jeannette Levasseur
Four different sleeves, issued over the years.
Was to be re-released in 1968 on a 33 RPM 12 inch, record Le Chant du Monde n° LDX 74.366, with the addition of two tracks: J’suis chipé (H. Chrétien/P. Arvay), sung by Éric Amado, and En douce (A. Willemetz/M. Yvain), sung by Arletty.
The chronological order of the sleeves could be:
1) version with the dancing woman on a mauve background, whose record initially features the beige round label with the old Le Chant du monde logo and then, over the course of the pressings, the grey round label with the more modern Le Chant du monde logo;
2) version with the dancing woman on a pink background, whose sleeve has a more ‘glossy’ appearance and a slightly different layout at the back. The record features the grey round label with the more modern logo, with a layout slightly different from the previous version;
3) version with the portrait of the woman with headband and the note ‘Copyright by S.P.A.D.E.M 1965’ on the back, because this visual is the same as on the 12 inch re-release from 1968 mentioned above;
4) version with the portrait of the woman with headband and the note ‘Copyright by S.P.A.D.E.M 1965’ on the back replaced by ‘Copyright by Le Chant du Monde’, because it is this note that is also on the back of the 12 inch re-release from 1968.
Versions n° 3 and n° 4 have the same round record label: green, featuring the more modern Le Chant du monde logo.