About This: C'est pas d'la physique quantique, du chant gregorien, ou du lapon!!!!Here is the final part completing the KITSCHENETTE'S-10'-trilogy! Matching the previous two records in colours - vol. 1 is coloured red and vol. 2 is held in blue colours - vol. 3 with white cover-design including transparent vinyl (and printed inner sleeve) visually completes the 'tricolore' French flag.
But those records are not just matching perfectly in the visual respect, but naturally the sound corresponds just as much. So expect some very French 60s- Yeye/Freakbeat with a groovy hammond-organ, fun guitars, a cool saxophone here and there and the enchanting vocals of singers Lucille and Ludovic taking turns. Starting off with an instrumental coverversion of the original soundtrack of the Louis de Funes-film-classic from the 60's 'Les Grandes Vacances', you dive right into that groovy 60'ssound, that is fun and gets you in a happy-go-lucky mood right away.
Followed by a catchy , organdriven version of Andre Verchuren's 'Le Jerk A Pepe', you get the fabulous 'Ecoutez', originally by 60s-Yeye-Girl ELSA, now in a charming KITSCHENETTE'S manner. Their French interpretation of the classic 'Route 66' with its surfy guitars adds a little more Rock'n'Roll to the record while still keeping the sound French all the way through. The B-side starts with part 2 of Cauchemare Pop, followed by a fantastic French version of the often-covered 'Send Me A Postcard' (originally by SHOCKING BLUE). 'Ne Te Crispe Pas' is a more uptempo, organdriven, French approach to Jimmy Reed's blues-hymn 'Help yourself'- ideal to dance and sing along to at any swinging 60s-dance-party! Rounded up with 'Un Jeune Homme Bien' - a coverversion of THE KINKS' 'A well respected man' - this record leaves nothing to be desired if you're into great French 60's beat! Don't miss out on this brilliant piece of vinyl, perfect for collectors and lovers of good music!
A: Cauchemar Pop - Part 1 Le Jerk A Pepe Ecoutez! Jusqu'en 66 B: Cauchemar Pop - Part 2 Envoie-Moi Un Sexto Ne Te Crispe Pas Un Jeune Homme Bien