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This version is certainly different from the officially release version called "Fleur De Papier, Je t'Aime". It sounds like a demo version, or a pre-recorded version. The melody is the same. But this version starts off with a Hammond-organ playing the chorus and then kicks in with a much more uptempo rhythm, accompanied mostly with a piano, drums, bass and a tambourine. The arrangements are different, and there is no orchestration here (like there is clearly on the officially released version).
There is no info on the run-out / matrix whatsoever.
The one sided label has some printed info and some hand written info, just like the front sleeve (see pictures for more detailed info).
"Studios E.T.A" (as printed on the label - here it is known as Studio E.T.A.) is a recording studio in Paris France, own by engeneer
Robert Gaffinel (from 1968 through the eighties).
Note : The vinyl is accompanied with a 7" hard paper circle (see pictures for more).