Various ‎– L'Amour Et La Vie

Philips ‎– P 70.411 L
Vinyl, LP

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A1a Petits Chanteurs De L'Ile De France* Il Y A Deux Roses
Composed By – Pierre Louki
A1b Various Un Papa, Une Maman... Pourquoi? 5:00
A2 Various Ils T'Ont Donné La Vie... Comment? 6:00
B1a Jacques Brel Voir 2:20
B1b Various La Joie D'Aimer Et D'Être Aimé 4:30
B2 Various Le Don Merveilleux De La Vie 6:50
B3 Various L'Amour Qu'Il Faut Savoir Attendre 5:20



Subtitled: La conception et la naissance expliquées aux enfants
Translated by: Conception and birth explained to children
Made with the collaboration of Le Service de Documentation Conjugale de Grenoble.

Comes with an illustrated sheet.
Back sleeve notes:
This record is intended for parents and children alike. It is about the difficult subject of the young people initiation to the "mystery of life".
The first side is intended for the youngest. This is why it is presented in the form of a story.
The second side is intented for the oldest. And thus is quite different, approaching the subject in a straightforward way.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
P 70.411 L Various L'Amour Et La Vie(LP, Album) Philips P 70.411 L Canada 1967 Sell This Version


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July 25, 2017
edited 4 months ago
This lp has a very interesting story. It was produced by Paul Touvier, who is mostly famour for having collaborated with the Nazis during WWII's occupation of France. He was later judged and condemned to death sentence but he escaped and hided in many catholic congragations. To make this record, Paul Touvier used his wife's name (Paul Berthet) and sympathised with famous french singer Jacques Brel in 1959, who discovered only many years later who he was. Jacques Brel helped him later in having this lp distributed by Philips in 1967. His death sentence was abndonned the same year. This lp had a good acclaim in the french press when it came out, nobody knowing that Paul Berthet was in fact Paul Touvier. Paul Touvier was finally emprisonnend and sentenced to life reclusion in 1994. He died in 1996. He is the only french man to have ever been convinced of crime against humanity.