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Les fleurs de pavot

Les fleurs de pavot

Les fleurs de pavot


Originally released in 1968, the now impossible to find self titled album by Les Fleurs de Pavot is considered as the first French psychedelic/hippie record. A veil of mistery surrounded the real origins of the band at the time...according to their press release, they were formed by a couple of hippies, Groovy Pat from London and Jesus from San Francisco who met at some show in Paris...the reality was more unglamorous: Les Fleurs De Pavot were in fact a twist band called Les Bourgeois De Calais Read more on Last.fm
Originally released in 1968, the now impossible to find self titled album by Les Fleurs de Pavot is considered as the first French psychedelic/hippie record. A veil of mistery surrounded the real origins of the band at the time...according to their press release, they were formed by a couple of hippies, Groovy Pat from London and Jesus from San Francisco who met at some show in Paris...the reality was more unglamorous: Les Fleurs De Pavot were in fact a twist band called Les Bourgeois De Calais, transformed into exploitation acid-eater hippies by their manager JP Rawson. The album was produced by the genius tandem of Jean-Claude Vannier (famous for his involvement on Serge Gainsbourg's "Histoire de Melody Nelson" album) & Bernard Estardy. An explosive mix of psychedelic pop, ye-ye & bizarre studio experimentation featuring 12 superb tracks full of fuzz guitars, groovy vocals and swirling organ with very explicit drug related lyrics. Music ranges from mod psych dancefloor smashers like "A Degager" to the final six minute lysergic freak-out "Le Rateau De La Meduse" and even one cool bossa nova track. Read more on Last.fm.

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