Jacqueline Taïeb (b. 1948, Tunis, Tunisia), is a singer, best known for 60's ye-ye, who arrived in France at age eight, with her parents. At the age of eighteen she made her début, with the single "7 Heures Du Matin" (1967). She later released an English version of "7 Heures Du Matin", "7 A.M.". Meanwhile, the original became her biggest French hit and she was subsequently voted Best Newcomer, at the inaugural Midem music festival, in Cannes. Other hit tracks for Taïeb include "Le Coeur Au Bout Des Doigts" and "La Fac De Lettres".
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