the soundtracks of two lost cult movies of the 60’s.
In 1963 the French-Italian director Bernard Fabriano (probably a moniker) presented the independent movie “Laisse-Moi Respirer” (Let Me Breathe). - Cannes, March 1963: He suffocates her, she will take her breath away.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack performed and composed by The Vrooming Crew with Dolores.
In 1969 he returned with another independent film “Sex Call From Paris”. - 1969: two strippers flee Paris to go crazy in Santa-Cruz.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack performed and composed by The Vrooming Crew with La Grandsart & Dolores.
Nothing is known about Bernard Fabriano. The soundtrack of “Sex Call From Paris” suggest it was a kind of burlesque, striptease, sexploitation grindhouse-style film while “Laisse-Moi Respirer” should have been a rare mix of Nouvelle Vague and 60's pop culture. The track “Caresse Mes Cheveux” from the later has been used in “Madame Claude” movie trailer (Netflix, 2021). < www.imdb.com/title/tt10307724/ >
The recordings have been discovered last year in the suburbs of Paris. Tape restoration has found place at Sumerset Records ATPR studio. Green Cookie Records proudly presents the soundtracks of those films on limited collectable LPs. 300 copies on black vinyl.