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In 1970, Ian Berry, freshly returned from a gruelling trip across three continents, found himself in the small Paris flat of French singer and pop-culture icon Serge Gainsbourg - which he shared with his partner, the English singer and actress Jane Birkin. The pair shared a relationship often played out in the public eye, through photographs, but also through music - evidenced not least by the duet 'Je t'aime... moi non plus', which would be banned in several countries because of its lyrical…

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Release Notes Brand new liner notes with French/English lyrics, insightful and telling interview with Jane B on the Jane/Serge record, as well as original renderings of the images that made the couple so notorious Each LP features 180-gram wax, and gatefold jacket Track listing " I love you ... me no more " (4:23) vocals by Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg "The Anamour" (2:17) vocals by Serge Gainsbourg "Orang-outan" (2:28) vocals by Jane Birkin "Under the sun exactly" (2:52) vocals by Serge…

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In 1970, Ian Berry, freshly returned from a gruelling trip across three continents, found himself in the small Paris flat of French singer and pop-culture icon Serge Gainsbourg - which he shared with his partner, the English singer and actress Jane Birkin. The pair shared a relationship often played out in the public eye, through photographs, but also through music - evidenced not least by the duet 'Je t'aime... moi non plus', which would be banned in several countries because of its lyrical…

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In 1970, Ian Berry, freshly returned from a gruelling trip across three continents, found himself in the small Paris flat of French singer and pop-culture icon Serge Gainsbourg – which he shared with his partner, the English singer and actress Jane Birkin. The pair shared a relationship often played out in the public eye, through photographs, but also through music – evidenced not least by the duet ‘Je t’aime… moi non plus’, which would be banned in several countries because of its lyrical…

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After a decade of travelling and living in Africa and then Paris, Ian Berry conceived of The English as a project that would enable him to both document and rediscover the country in which he was born and grew up. "It seemed like a good idea to do something on the English before my eyes got too jaded." Returning to London in the mid-Sixties, he became the first contract photographer for the Observer. His images capture the unique character of the city of London and the diversity of its…

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