Isabelle Gall, 9 October 1947, Paris, France. Galls grandfather, Daniel Berthier, was a choirmaster and her father, Roger Gall, a composer whose output included songs such as La Mamma for Charles Aznavour, A Bientot Nous Deux for Hugues Auffray - and the litany Sacre Charlemange, his flaxen-haired daughter's first hit parade entry. She would owe continued record success to Serge Gainsbourg, a family friend who wrote the typically suggestive Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son and Les Sucettes for her little girl mezzo soprano. Her singing career was stabilized by a victory (under the Luxembourg banner) in 1965s Eurovision Song Contest singing the former. Galls other Gallic chartbusters include NÉcoute Pas Les Idoles, Attends Ou Va TEn, LAmérique and La Petite, the latter a coy duet with...