The title of this compilation is a rip off of an earlier and superior compilation by Sasha Monet entiitled Swinging Mademoiselle. Yes the music on this is good, but the unoriginality of this comp is a turn off. On top of that there is wrong information: "Et moi, et toi, et soie" is not a song by Clothilde but by Cleo (a song written by Dutronc and prior to his own hit "Et moi, et moi, et moi." Also, it is Jacqueline Taieb not Tajeb. So as you can see there is something not right here.
But, due to the unavaiability of superior comps, this one will have to do.
This collection is of music that 95% of French people do not know nor have ever heard of though it is superior to non-Franco ears than a lot of the big stars of the day. This stuff was churned out by music industry factory of the 60s that had just found that there was a market for "new music." With the exception of Taieb, Stella, Pilzer and Clothilde the girls no this comp did not write their own songs or had much say in how the material was produced.