Paris – Day Three = Pagan

21 12 2013

Pagan SongAs you may or may not know ARC (et moi) maintain websites of rock pulp paperbacks ,  and those depicting French girls – the infamous Oui Oui Pulp page.

Odd maybe, yet you must collect something when you give away all your records!  (by the way you should consider doing so).  ‘Chanson Paienne’ is one of four new ones that will soon be added when I get back to the trusty scanner.  As luck will have it a title like ‘Pagan Song’ can be  posted on both sites, the perfect flea market find, suggesting both music AND flesh.

Got this along the booksellers quay in the 6e, ‘left bank,’ near Shakespeare & Co.  The legendary bookstore, fallen into dusty hard times a while back, is now teaming with life and well worth a visit.

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Paris – day one

19 12 2013

I’m back in my favorite neighborhood in Paris, after a grueling flight, wrong metro turns and no sleep.  And yet.  Visiting friends in the 16e I met the downstairs neighbor, a Madam Paturel, who, like most French women, just happens to have a great American jukebox in her apartment.  Here she is, charming, jukebox and all.

FR_JukeUpstairs the ARC was offered a donation of French 45s.  Many nice things here, and one gem, this wig-wearing Brigitte Bardot single, recently selling for $150+

bbTommorow: lonely Santa photos de Paris…





What is This?

4 02 2011

I HATE it when people send me ‘cute’ videos.  But ARCpal Be Bop passed this along, and so now I must inflict you with it.  It’s like when an intern said, “Oh Prince, my grandfather likes him…”

It’s not easy being passé.








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