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The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra - Music From The Score Of A Man And A Woman ("Un Homme Et Une Femme") Album
The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra - Music From The Score Of A Man And A Woman ("Un Homme Et Une Femme") Album
Performer: The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra
Title: Music From The Score Of A Man And A Woman ("Un Homme Et Une Femme")
Label: Hallmark Records
Country: UK
Released: 1968
Style: Theme, Score, Easy Listening
Cat: HM 579
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2585 mb | MP3 size: 1909 mb | WMA size: 1841 mb
Genre: Jazz / Screen
Tracklist

1A Man And A Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme) [Vocal]
2Music From The Score Of A Man And A Woman ("Un Homme Et Une Femme")
3Stronger Than Us (Plus Fort Que Nous) [Inst]
4Samba Saravah
Written-By – Baden-Powell, De Moraes
5In Our Shadow (A L'Ombre De Nous)
6Stronger Than Us (Plus Fort Que Nous) [Vocal]
7124 Miles An Hour (A 200 A L'Heure) [Inst]
8Today It's You (Aujourd'hui C'Est Toi)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S 21019, M 20019The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra A Man And A Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme) ‎(LP, Album)Unart Records, Unart RecordsS 21019, M 20019CanadaUnknown
SHM 579, HM 579The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra A Man And A Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme) ‎(LP, Album)Hallmark Records, Hallmark RecordsSHM 579, HM 579UKUnknown
S 21019The Motion Picture Studio Orchestra A Man And A Woman ‎(LP, Album)Unart RecordsS 21019US1967

Credits

  • Arranged ByFrancis Lai (tracks: A2)
  • Composed ByFrancis Lai
  • Lyrics ByPierre Barouh
  • OrchestraThe Motion Picture Studio Orchestra

Notes

(Capitals are missing on A3 & B1 (C'est), B2 (L'ombre) and B4 (L'heure) on the release. The 'E', 'O' & 'H' have been corrected in the track list)

Played from the score of the 1966 French motion picture Un Homme Et Une Femme written by Claude Lelouch and Pierre Uytterhoeven, and directed by Lelouch. Starring Anouk Aimée & Jean-Louis Trintignant. (Aimée is the wife of the lyricist Barouh).

This album is a Hallmark Records "Unart Series", released in conjunction with United Artists Records.

Hallmark Records. A product of Pickwick International Inc. (GB) Ltd., London N.W.2.

Release date according to the label discography. The publishing date obviously belongs to the initial Unart release.

Companies

  • Record Company – Pickwick International Inc. (GB) Ltd.

Comments (2)
Kagalkree
What makes this a reissue? Isn't this identical to the other HM 579?
Blackbrand
It may be the absolute worst attempt at French you have ever heard, yet it is also mesmerizing. Don't ask! No, it is not the original recording, but a bargain basement knock off. But again, it has something.