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Later work by Serge, but still pretty darn groovy! The album is Serge's follow-up to his groundbreaking album Aux Armes Et Cetera – a session recorded in Jamaica with Sly & Robbie, and done in a heavy-stepping reggae style. This set has him working with the pair again, and the slow ... LP, Vinyl record album
A sexy soundtrack to a mid-70s film written and directed by Serge Gainsbourg – and starring Jane Birkin and a young Gerard Depardieu! The feel here is very much in the spirit of Serge's work of the time – especially that recorded with Birkin – but in a way, it's almost even ... LP, Vinyl record album
A very cool album – a promo-only set for a 1968 TV special that featured Brigitte Bardot on American TV! Brigitte sings a number of songs solo, does two duets with Sacha Distel, and two more with Serge Gainsbourg – the last of which are very noteworthy in that Serge sings an English ... LP, Vinyl record album
This is the US issue of the 1969 album that Serge and Jane Birkin cut together, and every track is a groovy French classic, of the sort that made Serge a legend! The arrangments are amazing, and feature some of the weirdest instrumentation ever heard on a pop record – especially one that was ... LP, Vinyl record album
A new generation of the Gainsbourg family line comes into the musical fold – with results that are surprisingly nice! Lulu's an offspring of Serge, of a generation past Charlotte Gainsbourg – but he's still equally well-suited to pay tribute to his pop – as you'll hear in this ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the most obscure 70s albums on the legendary Saravah label – recorded by David McNeil, who's playing a saxophone on the front – but who also sings and plays a host of other instruments too! The set's got a very genre-crossing vibe, in the best Saravah mode – and also ... LP, Vinyl record album