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O.S.T. - Mariage Collectif - LP -

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« TELERAMA AIME CHEVEU OST LE MARIAGE COLLECTIF …. by admin on august 30, 2012 - posted in artworks, news, releases | no comments » FOR THE FIRST AVAILABLE, UNISSUED EVERYWHERE BEFORE, THE LOST SOUNDTRACK FOUND IN A PARISIAN GARAGE DUMP. In our modern world, everything ends up – or will end up – in the garbage dump or in a museum. Occasionally, objects make it to the museum by way of the dump. The record you are holding is one of those objects. With the exception of two songs that already came out on a 45, the material on this disk was destined to remain in the trash. In 1971, a very few copies were made on acetate in an attempt to attract the interest of record labels. One was miraculously found in July, 2010 in a Paris garbage dump (quai d’Issy). In the mid-60s, Jean-Pierre MIROUZE was hired to work on Jean-Christophe Averty’s very popular and very “Pop” program “Dim Dam Dom.” Mirouze was in charge of the show’s soundtrack. In 1971, Hervé Lamarre, who had just finished shooting the film “Le Mariage collectif” in Sweden, thought of using the “Dim Dam Dom” team to create the musical score for his film. This film, which claims to try to justify open relationships and sexual freedom, is actually a botched second-rate picture that combines evocations of the Beat Generation, hippie idealism and softcore nudity, in a work that is – quite frankly – uninteresting. Jean-Pierre Mirouze, because of his association with “Dim Dam Dom,” was expected to bring a trendy touch to the project.

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