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Saturday, 5 May 2018

Jean-Pierre Mirouze “Le Mariage Collectif” 1971 France Psych Pop Rock,Soundrack


Jean-Pierre Mirouze “ Le mariage Collectif” 1971 France Psych Pop Rock,  soundrack
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“Quite simply, this is a remarkable soundtrack and everyone should hear it. So quit mucking about and fucking just grab it already! Your day will be better as a result.” …..~


Grave collectors of French BO funk, the 45th of the obscure composer Jean-Pierre Mirouze, which one wonders what else he could do (we learn anyway on his CV online that he was assistant of various personalities like Yves Klein, Jean Rouch or Pierre Henry contains an exceptional archi compiled title, the cult “Sexopolis”, exceptional title of funk hammond from the soundtrack of an obscure Swedish erotic film released in 1969. 
Arrangements and musical direction are however the work of a regular, Jean-Pierre Sabar (Madame Claude, Deep Throat …). 
Very recently, bitter (and lucky) diggers have discovered the existence of a complete album, published only in pressing test without cover. Without presenting another piece of the same caliber, the whole is more than interesting. Needless to say, the rare copies are very expensive, and like hotcakes. To know for the record that some of these were found in a dump…~
It is one of the iconic titles of the French psychedelic groove and one of the most popular singles by collectors and fans of the genre. The title song of the soundtrack of a 1971 Swedish obscure film, Le Mariage Collectif, which deals with sexual liberation in the midst of a hippie movement, Sexopolis has become over the years the symbol of a whole generation and a cult record for all the inveterate diggers. 

Many times compiled, this delightfully funky track came back in the limelight in 2012, on the occasion of the reissue of the soundtrack of the Collective Wedding by Jean-Baptiste Guillot of Born Bad label. A resurrection as surprising as it is unbelievable since it was on the edge of a Parisian landfill that the entire album of the soundtrack, which was never finally published following the flop of the film, was found by chance by a group of friends. Curious and particularly inspired, one of them decided to take a look in the small piles of vinyl deposited there with the snatch by a stranger and instantly recognized the cult title of Jean-Pierre Mirouze on the tracklist d one of the discs abandoned … This is called a blow of bowl! :)…~


As a film, Le Mariage Collectif will probably not be remembered by history, a fact even admitted by the press release for its soundtrack. As a soundtrack, however, Le Mariage Collectif should go down as something of a minor classic. The story behind the recovery of the album is noteworthy by itself: the music, long forgotten, had been preserved through only a handful of acetate copies, one of which was recovered in a Paris garbage dump in 2010. The mouths of record collectors have probably begun watering from that description alone, but fortunately the score by Jean-Pierre Mirouze is a rightfully resurrected gem. 

Those who loved David Holmes’ scores for Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s trilogy will find much to love here, especially in the liberal usage of Hammonds and Fender Rhodes. The mood here is all psychedelic cool, although there are plenty of lovely moments throughout: “Tivoli Garden” and “Karin on the Ryke” are two such tranquil interludes. But the defining track of Le Mariage Collectif is “Sexopolis”, the swanky, organ-heavy jam that captures the true essence of the soundtrack. For fans of psychedelic rock, intriguing film music, or an album with a great story behind it, this is a must-own….by….BRICE EZELL…pop matters….~ 


  In our modern world, everything ends, or end at the landfill. Or in a museum. Sometimes, before ending up in a museum, objects pass through the landfill. This is somewhat the case of the disc you have in your hands. The titles listed on this cake have, with the exception of two of them already out in 45 RPM, failed to stay for good at the recycling center. Engraved in 1971 on a few acetate copies, to canvass the record, these pieces are resurfacing in July 2010, miraculously ended up in a landfill Paris. ...~





Tracklist 
A1 Together
A2 Sexopolis
A3 Tivoli Garden
A4 Ulla Et Georgie
A5 Karin On The Ryke
B1 Lovers Party
B2 Tivoli By Night
B3 Scène Du Port
B4 Tandoori Dance 



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