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Zita Francois de Roubaix Philips PHS 600-287, 1969
Zita album cover

One of our favorite composers, Francois de Roubaix, scored this adult flick at the end of the 60s. It's a little more conventional than his usual off-the-wall anything goes approach, and he sticks to a standard groovy band rather than odd instruments or ambient background tones. The best groovy tracks are the two funky beat numbers 'Miniland No.1' and 'Miniland No.2' - heavy on the fuzz guitar and snappy drums. There's plenty of other good beaty, groovy material on here, as well as more reflective guitar pieces and vocal numbers. This album did see a US release but is still quite hard to find: recommended.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Le monde est fou | Loin | Miniland No.2 | Generique | Deshabillage | Love has gone | Miniland No.1 | Tante Zita | La chambre | Le monde est fou | Loin | Musique contrabasse | Loin | Tante Zita | Le monde est fou | Miniland | La chambre |

 

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