Tuesday, August 08, 2006


Back to the Eurosexy again, this time with controversial British photographer-turned-director David Hamilton, creator of such nymphet classics as Bilitis and Tender Cousins. One of his better films, 1979's Laura, follows the efforts of aging sculptor James Mitchell to woo his old flame, Maud Adams, into letting him do a sculpture of her teen-ballerina daughter, Laura (future New World starlet Dawn Dunlap). French softcore music was all the rage at the time thanks to pop star Pierre Bachelet's work on Story of O and Emmanuelle, so Swiss-born disco star Patrick Juvet decided to take a crack at it with this film and turned out a memorable, lyrical score; in particular, "La Theme de la Statue" ranks with the best of the period. Unfortunately the hard-partying rock lifestyle took its toll on Juvet soon after, sending him into a tailspan until his eventual comeback in the 1990s.

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Anonymous thomas from France said...


i'm from france and you must to know you kick my ass with this wonderful record.

it's strange cauz in France,Patrick Juvet is famous to be one of the wackest singer.
one of the most has been,a gay dude who sing Disco muzik.

so this LP is wonderful.

thanks,once again.

9:35 AM  
Blogger 7 Black Notes said...

Glad you like it! Unlike some other French singers, Juvet's mostly unknown in the U.S. It's a shame he didn't write more film music, that's for sure.

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Michel said...

Hello !

I really appreciate if you would make the Laura soundtrack available again on rapidshare. I have tried the link and it no longer works.

Thank you very much for the wonderful Gwendoline soundtrack !!!

Regards !

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only michel but also I appreciate if "Laura" soundtrack could be alive again.

I started to search blog for this for a month, and blamed myself on knowing you too late....

17 Oct 2007

7:25 PM  
Blogger Andre said...

Please re-up this soon? Love ya!

3:07 PM  
Blogger MOHAMMED AL LAWATI said...

Hello there
the link is dead.
would you kindly put another ( FLAC ) link.
Thank you so much


2:41 AM  

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