Definitely one of the best and most underrated groovy psych pop album by Bernard Ilous, released in 1974, also on Flamophone, Claude Puterflam's label, two years after the classic french pop self titled album by Ilous & Decuyper. A great cosmic pop folk album with lush arrangement but with a strong groovy jazz funk influence reminding Cortex or Metronomie by Nino Ferrer on some tracks like "Pêle mêle", "Chanson chagrin" or "Rondeau". Many effects and studio tricks are used on this album. No suprise to see the great line up of musicians with JP Alarcen on guitar and André Sitbon and Bernard Lubat on drums, Patrick Gautier & George Rodi on synth, C. Padovan on bass. Cover is NM, record is EX with very very light surface marks (actual soundclip) cover is NM. Hard to find.