Trésor National is a new Montreal-based record label dedicated to reissuing long lost gems recorded in Québec (Canada). Their inaugurational release will be a 180g vinyl-only official reissue of the 1970 cult classic soundtrack “Viens, mon amour” (Love in a 4 Letter World), composed by Paul Baillargeon (Star Trek TV series, Jean-Pierre Ferland’s Soleil, Curious Georges) and Dean Morgan.
Between 1968 and 1974, Quebec was exposed to unabashed exploitation cinema. Erotic and taboo, the B-movies took on the name of “films de fesses” (titty films) or “maple syrup porn”. The genre produced some of the most delectable and collectable soundtracks at the time while “Viens, mon amour” easily stands out as one of the sexiest example ever recorded in La Belle Province! Original pressings are scarce and have been highly sought-after for decades by collectors from around the world. This remastered reissue highlights every sensual, psychedelic and funky side, where rare grooves mix with delicate pop songs and Moog-infused, fuzz-driven titles with hard-hitting brass. A true gem for cinephiles, DJs and all diggers of exotic sounds… with a distinctive Québécois feel.
01. Ouvre Ton Ame "La Chanson De Vera"
03. Chanson Pour Candy
05. Je Ne T'Attendrai Pas
07. La Mission
08. Au Bout
11. Sans Raison
12. Ouvre Ton Ame