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Pierre Bachelet ‎– Histoire D’O OST (1975, Barclay)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : XBLY 80 571
Style : Lounge, Soundtrack, Score

“Histoire d’O,” published in 1954, predates “Emmanuelle” and is a seminal work in erotic literature. Authored by Dominique Aury (Anne Desclos) under a pseudonym, the novel’s exploration of BDSM themes was groundbreaking for its time and continues to shape discussions of sexuality and literature. When Just Jaekin adapted it into a film, he collaborated with Pierre Bachelet for the music. Bachelet’s musical approach in “Histoire d’O” builds upon the success of “Emmanuelle,” featuring dreamy ‘easy listening’ music with psychedelic touches and pop-rock elements. The soundtrack, highlighted by the provocative theme song “Je ne suis que de l’amour” recited by actress Corinne Cléry, adds a unique dimension to the film’s exploration of sadomasochism. Bachelet’s musical prowess, drawing inspiration from composers like Ennio Morricone and Francis Lai, elevates the soundtrack, making “Histoire d’O” a notable contribution to the world of film scores, a distinction often lacking in contemporary cinematic compositions.

In stock

A1 – Histoire D’O
A2 – O’ Et La Rencontre
A3 – O’ Et Le Château De Roissy
A4 – O’ Et L’Amour A Trois
A5 – O’ Après
A6 – O’ She’s A Lady
B1 – Tout Cela Est Pour Toi
B2 – O’ Avec Pierre
B3 – O’ Et Sir Stephen
B4 – O’ Et La Photo De Jacqueline
B5 – O’ Comme Alice
B6 – O’ Et La Valse Du Gramophone
B7 – O’ Et L’Amour D’Yvan
B8 – O’ Comme Histoire D’O

Weight 0,23 kg