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Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg (also known as Je t'aime. moi non plus) is a 1969 collaborative studio album by Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin. It was originally released by Fontana Records. moi non plus", which reached number 1 on the UK Singles Chart. The album has received critical acclaim.
Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin. Je T'aime, Moi Non Plus. Other – Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg. See Various - Les Classiques De Gainsbourg - Les Musiques Classiques Qui L'Ont Inspiré, Track B2 "Elisa" : Music first created for the film "L'Horizon" (1967), instrumental version originally released on Ep Serge Gainsbourg - Bande Originale Du Film "L'Horizon" ℗ November 1967
I’m happy to announce the release of my book Rest which gathers pictures, song lyrics and drawings inspired by my latest album. Book signing: 26th March - PARIS – Yvon Lambert 28th March - LONDON – Dover Street Market 10th April - NEW-YORK – Dashwood 18th April - LOS ANGELES – Dover Street Market. March 19 at 3:31 AM ·. youtube. Serge Gainsbourg "Pauvre Lola" Archive INA.
Album · 1969 · 11 Songs. Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg Jane Birkin. Listen on Apple Music.
Andrew Birkin (brother to Jane) recounts years of memories with his beloved sister and her beau in his new photo book. Which is why your album hasn't just been published by Taschen. But aside from the beautiful photos-which, if you're a Birkin/Gainsbourg fangirl, are a real feast for the eyes-the juicy stuff is hidden in a little stapled booklet stuffed in with the singles and film strips (and a poster, sheet of stickers, and large embroidered patch-but that's neither here nor there), in which Andrew recounts those . When Jane played the sexually explicit song for her brother, he secretly made a cassette copy and took it with him to a deserted island off the coast of England, along with a bag of weed and his French girlfriend.
Listen to music from Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg like Je t'aime. moi non plus, Ballade de Melody Nelson & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg. moi non plus" from 1969. It was so saucy that original co-vocalist Brigitte Bardot refused to approve its release. Scandalous singer Serge Gainsbourg soon found a 'willing partner' in British Jane Birkin.
Gainsbourg was a complicated guy, outwardly arrogant and lecherous, but also introverted and wildly intelligent. He understood pop music on a very basic, almost instinctual level, what worked and what didn't, and what could cause a sensation. He was an inveterate experimenter, exploring ways to marry the French chanson to jazz, African music, exotica, reggae, electronic music, funk, and British art-rock (check his Cannabis soundtrack). And he must have known he had something sensational on his hands with "Je T'aime". Where the Bardot version was pillowy, her vocal almost too humid, Birkin brings to it a playfulness that balances Gainsbourg's debauched deadpan. If you haven't heard it, it goes basically like this: She says she loves him, he enigmatically responds "neither do I," they matter-of-factly describe the rhythm of sex, and she very convincingly simulates a climax.
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Serge Gainsbourg with Jane Birkin and daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg in France, 1973 Photo by via Getty Images. 3. Their romantic fervour was sustained with frequent and elaborate public fights Both Birkin and Gainsbourg possessed fiery temperaments; when they fought, they did so vigorously and publicly. On one such occasion in Paris bar Castel, enraged by Gainsbourg’s rifling through her basket to expose the sordid items at the bottom of it, Birkin picked up a custard tart and flung it furiously in his face before chasing him down Boulevard St Germain.