Serge Gainsbourg Avec Michel Colombier. Je N'Avais Qu'Un Seul Mot A Lui Dire. Written-By – Colombier.
All the freaky, funky Serge Gainsbourg you could ever want - served up in a single set! The package pulls together some of the grooviest tracks by Serge from a host of late 60s and early 70s albums - including some of his super-rare French soundtrack work - from movies that include Le Pacha, Anna, Ce Sacre Grand-Pere, Cannabis, and Manon 70! The double-length set is overflowing with great grooves - tracks done with that subtly funky style that Serge cooked up with arrangers Michel Colombier and Jean-Claude Vannier, all topped with that breathy, nearly-spoken style that made Gainsbourg so grea.
Les Années Psychédéliques: 1966–1971 (2008). Serge Gainsbourg - Les Années Psychédéliques: 1966–1971. Bitrate (quality): 192. mp3.
Les Années psychédéliques : 1966–1971. Release group by Serge Gainsbourg. Les Années psychédéliques : 1966–1971.
Les Annees Psychedeliques 1966-1971. Le Smoke Disque Portugal. Format: 2xLP Cat: LSD 005 Released: 20 Dec 07 Genre: Funk. is a definitive survey of monsieur Gainsbourg's psychedelic years. This Smoke Disque retrospective features ultra-rare 7" b-side from the 'Mister Freedom OST' never commercially released; 'La Horse'; and the breakbeat classic 'Requiem Pour Un Con'. What do you think of this release?
A Great Album !!! Serge Gainsbourg - Les Années Psychedeliques 1966-1971 (OST). 01 Requiem Pour Un Con. 02 Requeim Pour un Con (Bonus Beats).
Titel: Les annees psychedeliques 1966 - 1971. Label: Le Smoke Disque. Le poinconneur des lilas. LP13,99 €. Serge Gainsbourg - Le poinconneur des lilas LP. Serge Gainsbourg. Theatre Des Capucines 1963.
Featuring music from his best and most adventurous years, there is not a single filler to be found here, just 22 tracks of absolute genius. From the opening beats heavy Requiem Pour Un Con to the bass driven closer 'En Melody' this album shows why Gainsbourg is a national icon in his homeland and so beloved by DJs. Freakbeat, breakbeat, funk, sitar, breathy female vocals (courtesy of Jane Birkin and Brigitte Bardot), classical, 'psychedelique' soundtrack arrangements (courtesy of Michel Colombier and Jean-Claude Vannier), trippy grooves and Gainsbourg's almost spoken.