Jean-Pierre Mirouze – Bande Originale Du Film Le Mariage Collectif (Disc'Az - France - 1971)

310.00 / Sold Out

Certainly one of the most wanted French soundtrack. Le Mariage Collectif was composed for a Swedish hippie erotico movie. Jean-Pierre Mirouze with the help of Gainsbourg organist Jean-Pierre Sabar composed a whole 8 tracks soundtrack that wasn't released until 2011. The film itself turned out to be a failure, and Bagatelle had a difficult time selling the soundtrack project. Finally, AZ (a French label) agreed to put out a 45 with "Together" on side A, billed as the "hit" from the film, and "Sexopolis" on the B-side as an instrumental filler. The 45's release went completely unnoticed, of course. It was rediscovered in the early 2000s, thanks -- ironically -- to the song "Sexopolis," and became the Holy Grail for worldwide collectors of film music.

Record is EX / Sleeve is VG+ (paper tag still attached)