Thursday, April 20, 2006


Pierre Cavalli "Un soir chez Norris o.s.t." 45rpm Carabine, 197?

With Michel Legrand's "Un homme est mort" o.s.t. this is one of the most wanted french 45rpm, and for some reason. Swiss guitarist Pierre Cavalli was really inspired were he recorded these two tracks for this TV serie in the early seventies. Blaxploitation.com rates it 4, i would have rated it 5 or even 10 or 20.
"Un soir chez Norris" and "Chasse à l'homme" are two incredibly groovy Psychedelic gems and i'm quite sure that these two tracks will quickly find a place in everyone's playlist.

See you soon !


The zip file contains high resolution cover scans and tracks encoded at 256 kbps.


Un soir chez Norris

18 Comments:

Blogger Phil said...

l'année de sortie de ce single est de 1971 ! merci pour tout !

1:55 PM  
Blogger monone said...

Whoops this record is just beautifull !!!!!!! The intro of the first track reminds me of the music in a guy richtie film but i can't remember wich one !! Is it "snatch" or "Lock, Stock and Two smoking barrel" ? I'm pretty sure it has been sampled anyway ... Was looking for this one for months !
Top drawer material ... !
Thanks !!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

11:10 PM  
Blogger fauxteur said...

this really rocks
thanks a lot!

6:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is fantastic ! ! Thank you thank you ! Any chance for any more Cavalli ?

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have this one and it's great!
100 of 5 :)

1:42 PM  
Anonymous dominic said...

just how good is the b side?!...incredible to think this is 35 years old,it has such a modern sound (whatever that means),thankyou for the oppurtunity to hear it.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Miss F said...

marveLous, splendid tracks~ magnifiCent.

4:35 AM  
Blogger litlgrey said...

This single is so good that I have used both sides in Space Patrol playlists. It's phenomenal.

4:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best piece of music I've heard in a long time!

David Holmes stold it to make the Ocean's Twelve' soundtrack title : $165 Million + Interest [into] The Round Up

10:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please, can you reshare this again?
Merci

4:54 PM  
Blogger sware said...

Now that's funny. I came across this page by accident.
I actually produced and recorded these tracks (plus some others with Pierre) in my studio in Switzerland.
So indirectly I feel flattered by the compliments.
Best regards
Stephan Sulke

6:02 PM  
Blogger zencd said...

Hello whoops!

Actually I'm a big fan of that Cavalli's 45 - two most heavy and power tracks I heard seems.

Today I found he also wrote "Crise" OST ( http://www.blaxploitation.com/s_529.html ) - may be you have this 45 too?

P.S. A share of Michel Legrand's "Un homme est mort" OST would be nice too - your words of its rarity touched me :)

10:02 PM  
Blogger zencd said...

I have reuploaded it (256 kbps):

http://sharebee.com/3f9a3a84

2:19 PM  
Blogger whoops said...

Sorry for the delayed answer to these comments. To Stephan Sulke, you did a real great job in recording and producing these wonderful tracks. I hope this vinyl rip sounds good to your ears, i really tried to do my best.
Thanks for the reup zencd, i will use it on the original post if you don't mind.

2:23 AM  
Blogger merry said...

I am so surprised to see that Un Soir Chez Norris is still available... I was the vocalist on the sound track as well as Pierre Cavalli's album Big Brother is Watching You published by my family's musical publishing company in Geneva Switzerland ! Pierre was a fabulous composer and performer, I worked with him for 4 years, never got over his passing.

5:52 PM  
Anonymous xlpharmacy said...

Whoops this record is just beautifull !!!!!!! The intro of the first track reminds company in Geneva Switzerland ! Pierre was a fabulous composer and performer, I worked with him for 4 years, never got over his passing.

11:03 PM  
Anonymous xlpharmacy said...

"Un homme est mort" what a phrase! do you have more! I'm very interesting

11:05 PM  
Anonymous www.toledo-3d.com said...

This will not succeed in reality, that is what I think.

9:20 AM  

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