Psychedelic, folksy, and a tremendous lost set from the French scene of the early 70s – the standout full length set from the duo of Bernard Ilous and Patrice Decuyper, two very hip cats who really blow our minds with this set! There's some folksy elements here – so we might be a bit tempted to call the set "acid folk" – but the record's also more strongly linked to a tradition of some of the hipper singer/songwriter French work of the era – that great wave of creativity that burst forth after the tighter pop constraints of the 60s. Most instrumentation here features guitars – electric
and acoustic – interwoven with gently sonic support – in ways that are never rocking, but also never sleepy – just very concerned with the right sort of sound to support the airy vocals that dominate the set. Titles include "Cor Bucolique", "Nuit De Glace", "Non", "Cyclothymie", "Melancolie", "Berceuse", and "Beurk".
(Limited edition of 500 copies. Comes with a bonus picture sleeve 7-inch featuring the non-album tracks "Aime Toi Toi-Meme" and "L'Espoir".)