“Au-dela de l’écran”: Chantal Goya, 1966
Masculin féminin • 4m 57s
MASCULIN FÉMININ star Chantal Goya was a leading member of the Ye-Ye generation, had a song on the charts in Japan, and strung together a series of hits in the sixties. In this 1966 interview, filmed for the television show “Au-dela de l’écran” and conducted at her home, outside of Paris, Goya talks about how she got her start as a pop singer.
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