Transparent vinyl and printed inner sleeve. Starting off with an instrumental coverversion of the original soundtrack of the Louis de Funes/film/classic from the 60-s "Les Grandes Vacances", you dive right into that groovy 60-ssound, that is fun and gets you in a happy/go/lucky mood right away. Followed by a catchy , organdriven version of Andre Verchuren-s "Le Jerk A PÃ©pÃ©", you get the fabulous "Ã‰coutez", originally by 60s/YÃ©yÃ©/Girl ELSA, now in a charming KITSCHENETTE-S manner. Their French interpretation of the classic "Route 66" with its surfy guitars adds a little more Rock-n-Roll to the record while still keeping the sound French all the way through. The B/side starts with part 2 of Cauchemare Pop, followed by a fantastic French version of the often/covered "Send Me A Postcard" *originally by SHOCKING BLUE(. "Ne Te Crispe Pas" is a more uptempo, organdriven, French approach to Jimmy Reed-s blues/hymn "Help yourself"/ ideal to dance and sing along to at any swinging 60s/dance/party! Rounded up with "Un Jeune Homme Bien" / a coverversion of THE KINKS- "A well respected man" / this record leaves nothing to be desired if you-re into great French 60-s beat!Don-t miss out on this brilliant piece of vinyl, perfect for collectors and lovers of good music!