A full Serge Gainsbourg album thought to be lost will gain a full release later this year.
The French composer recorded the soundtrack for the 1969 film Les Chemins De Katmandou, a counter cultural themed venture of cinematic exploitation.
The score was a transitional project, and features some of the creative tropes that would re-appear on his seminal 'Histoire De Melody Nelson' full length.
Believed lost for over 40 years, original tapes have been uncovered with Finders Keepers kindly releasing the full album out into the world.
Something very special for Serge buffs, 'Les Chemins De Katmandou' will be released on November 10th.
Pre-order your copy HERE.
1. Les chemins De Katmandou (titles)
2. The Pleasure Pit
4. Le Roi Des Phlébotomes
5. Flower Child
6. Cache Cache
7. Opium Den
10. Fallen Rainbow
11. Colin-Maillard (vox)
12. Les Chemins De Katmandou
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