Musiques Pour L’Image (1969​-​1985)

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The composer Maurice Lecoeur could be considered as France’s best kept secret.

Although hardly known outside of « digging » circles, he produced an incredible number of themes for movies, TV programs and commercials. Inspired by his friend and mentor François de Roubaix, he managed to create his own print, juggling freely with genres, harmonies, tonalities and string arrangements.

This fine compilation gathers together the cream of his 70s-to-mid-80s work ; a journey overflowing with pop fantasies, crazy drum-breaks and beautiful orchestral themes. Most of these magnetic tapes are totally unreleased and could have burned in the terrible fire that devastated Maurice Lecoeur’s home studio in the early 90’s.

For fans of Francois de Roubaix, Jean Claude Vannier and Janko Nilovic..

A1. Faux Supense
A2. L’Or Rouge Richesse Du Zaire
A3. Le Soleil Qui Rit Rouge
A4. Les Petites Filles Modèles
A5. Donne-moi La Terre
A6. Lualaba, Source D’énergie
A7. Fair Pale Sweet And Nice
A8. Safari Au Kivu, Thème 1
A9. Évocation Du Shaba
A10. Bayou
A11. Safari Au Kivu, Thème 2
B1. Sans Préméditation
B2. Le Ballet Inachevé
B3. Les Bijoux De Famille, Thème 1
B4. Mélodie Retrouvée
B5. Tartares
B6. La Rage De Lire
B7. Le Vin Des Carpates
B8. Les Bijoux De Famille, Thème 2
B9. Chili
B10. L’oeil De La Nuit
B11. Madame Holle