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Brett's fantasy of being a girl has yet once again reared it's not-so-ugly head (he's a bit of a fox according to my friend Irene), all down to this bootleg we've found of 2 top French 60s psych-pop classics. It makes him want to wear a mini dress & a beehive. We'd love that, let's petition him! The first side I get is Clothilde's 'Fallait Pas Ecraser La Queue Due Chat' It's got this effortles ...

Limited Vinyl 7" £3.99 Feral Child Records

Marbled 7" of French psych-pop on Feral Child, limited to 300 numbered copies.

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La Fermeture Eclair/Fallait Pas Ecraser La Queue Due Chat by Delphine/Clothilde
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 30 April 2009
Brett's fantasy of being a girl has yet once again reared it's not-so-ugly head (he's a bit of a fox according to my friend Irene), all down to this bootleg we've found of 2 top French 60s psych-pop classics. It makes him want to wear a mini dress & a beehive. We'd love that, let's petition him! The first side I get is Clothilde's 'Fallait Pas Ecraser La Queue Due Chat' It's got this effortless swinging rhythm, a sexy sing-song lady vocal, a snaking mellotron/violin string sound under the chorus that has me scratching my head figuring what it is and all manner of woozy primitive sounds, probably emanating from some proto-synth. The flip is absolutely fucking amazing, Delphine's classic 'La Fermeture Eclair' which has this spiralling spy movie/surf guitar and a real galloping, hair-raising groove to it. It's just an absolutely timeless & wonderful piece of rich psychedelia basically and is very limited. On Feral Child, a fantasy label of sorts....Ltd to 300 and numbered on marble coloured vinyl

10/10 moptop66 Customer review, 5th June 2009

Two great slices of french classic pop/psych taken from two ultra rare Ep"s*. Clothilde is my personal fave : she recorded this song in french and Italian back in 1967. Great lyrics, a driving beat, a gimmick that sticks to your brain. Delphine's song is another swingin mademoiselle's classic  from 1967 too. Both tracks previously compiled on the Swinging Mademoiselle vol 1 lp. Lted to 300 copies on marble vinyl, this is already hard to grab but cheaper than the original records, still.

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