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Marion Brown
Le Temps Fou

Le Temps Fou
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LTJC-012 / 658.142


1x Vinyl LP Album Reissue



Release date

Jun 25, 2021

In 1969, Marion Brown, who moved to Europe two years earlier, records, in the legendary Parisian studio Davout, the soundtrack of the movie by Marcel Camus entitled “Le temps fou”.

The movie starred Nino Ferrer, it was out in 1970 under the title “Un été sauvage”. Fallen into oblivion, “Le temps fou” was printed in very few copies and is almost impossible to find in its original pressing

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