In the wake of A Man and a Woman, whose original soundtrack revealed Francis Lai to the world in 1966, the composer immersed himself with delight in the rhythms of his times, surfing on a psychedelic tsunami of white-hot Jerks and Shakes. With high-tension brass, diabolical rhythms and snatches of cousins in Carnaby Street, here we have a certain idea of pop à la française. And the music's brilliant colours sparkle with the skilled arranging of the great Christian Gaubert.
Do you like listening to Francis Lai? Now you can dance with him.