“La Poupée qui fait non” is a song written by Franck Gérald (lyrics) and French singer/songwriter Michel Polnareff (music). It was recorded by Polnareff, becoming an immediate success in France and one of Polnareff most definitive songs. Jimmy Page played guitar on the recording.
Jimmy Page zou later vooral bekend worden door zijn werk bij Led Zeppelin, maar op dat moment speelde hij bij The Birds (niet te verwarren met de Amerikaanse Byrds) die haast tegelijk een cover in English uitbrachten.
Also The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded a version of “La Poupée Qui Fait Non” (actually Jimi played bass and Noel Redding guitar on this jam). That was in March 29, 1967, in De Lane Lea Studios in London. This was a jam that had proceeded between takes of Hendrix’s “Manic Depression” during The Experience’s “Are You Experienced?” sessions. Whilst not being released officially, many bootlegs, such as “Jimi Hendrix In The Studio“, feature the song within its release
Niks aantrekken van die 1969, dit filmpje is wel degelijk uit 1966.