℗ 1968 Mercury Music Group
 

Initials B.B.

Serge Gainsbourg

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Initials B.B.
Serge Gainsbourg; Art Greenslade
3:34
2
Comic Strip
Serge Gainsbourg
2:10
3
Bloody Jack
Serge Gainsbourg; Art Greenslade
2:04
4
Docteur Jekyll et monsieur Hyde
Serge Gainsbourg
1:55
5
Torrey Canyon
Serge Gainsbourg
2:43
6
Shu ba du ba loo ba
Serge Gainsbourg
2:07
7
Ford Mustang
Serge Gainsbourg; Art Greenslade
2:39
8
Bonnie And Clyde
Brigitte Bardot; Serge Gainsbourg
4:16
9
Black And White
Serge Gainsbourg
2:08
10
Qui est 'In", qui est "Out"
Serge Gainsbourg; Art Greenslade
2:13
11
Hold Up
Serge Gainsbourg
2:19
12
Marilu
Serge Gainsbourg; Art Greenslade
2:34
13
Chatterton
Serge Gainsbourg
2:06
Total Playing Time    32:48
Named by the French edition of Rolling Stone as the 14th greatest French rock album ever released, Serge Gainsbourg's 1968 release Initials B.B. was recorded from 1965 and 1968 in London except for one song recorded in Paris, the much covered and sampled Bonnie and Clyde featuring movie star Brigitte Bardot, who lends her initials to the album's title.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Music Group Studio Masters

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