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Les Saintes Cheries Jean Leccia Riviera 231.372, 1974
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This fantastic French EP is taken from the soundtrack to a French early 1970s TV show, and was issued on the obscure Barclay offshoot Riviera Records. Extremely tough to find, it's an absolute beast of a record, with five tracks of tough, sinuous French funk with that distinctive French feel. The main theme features some funny 'doo-doo-doo'-style female vocals and the rest of the cuts swing between crime jazz in feel and two wicked dancefloor wah-funk cuts, beaty, uptempo with excellent tough basslines. Pulsation is the winning cut with the freakbeat fuzz guitar of King Cat a close second! Top stuff and very highly recommended.

Overall Rating: 5

Track listing:

Les Saintes Cheries - Generique | King Cat | Pulsation | L'Ordinateur | On The Beach |


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