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Le Mariage Collectif JP Mirouze Disc AZ SG 285, 1969
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Absolutely the best piece of French soundtrack funk ever, and quite possibly the best Hammond funk track ever committed to vinyl. An extraordinary, psychedelic trip of a tune with swirling organ, huge drums and wordless female vocals, this is completely essential and should not be missed. What's more, it was written by the independent filmmaker JP Mirouze himself! Pure genius. Arranged and conducted by the superb JP Sabar, veteran of many Gainsbourg sessions, so the pedigree is right on too. The best, bar none.

Overall Rating: 5


Track listing:

Le Mariage Collectif (Barry Green) | Sexopolis (Generique) |


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